Lang Michener Intellectual Property Brief Summer 2009

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In this issue of IP Brief, Rosamaria Longo explains how companies may inadvertently infringe on patents when utilizing a comparative advertising campaign. Then, Peter Wells clarifies the details of the now-lifted “ban” on stem cell research in the United States, and considers the implications on Canadian and U.S. research in this field. Marco Clementoni discusses Amazon’s attempts at protecting its innovative online ordering method, which is essential to the online retailer’s continued success in the marketplace. Finally, Yasin Bismilla reviews the Commissioner’s recent decision relating to double patenting objections, and discusses the Supreme Court’s upcoming considerations of patent-eligible subject matter.

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