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Supreme Court clarifies test for personal liability of directors for oppressive conduct

In Wilson v Alharayeri, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the test as to when liability may be assigned to directors personally (as opposed to the company) under the oppression remedy.
Learn more about Wilson and its implications for future oppression cases

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Canada’s patent linkage regulations get long-awaited makeover

The Canadian government has proposed major amendments to the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations, the patent linkage scheme that forms the cornerstone of pharmaceutical and biologics patent litigation in Canada.
Gain insight on the proposed changes

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