CETA and IP Law Changes - Daphne Lainson weighs in
December 9, 2016

As previously reported, On October 31, the federal government introduced Bill C-30, an Act to implement the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.

In a recent Law Times article, Smart & Biggar’s partner Daphne Lainson weighs in on the update and what it means for pharmaceutical patents.

Click here read the article.

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