Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Civil procedure
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2002-03-01
Carswell

Fox on the Canadian Law of Patents, 5th Edition (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

Fox on the Law of Patents, Fifth Edition is the pre-eminent text for patent lawyers and agents in Canada.

The fourth edition has been repeatedly cited by courts including the Supreme Court of Canada. However, since its publication in 1969, there have been significant changes in Canadian patent law, including major statutory revisions in 1989 and 1996.

The new edition brings the statement of the law up to date while retaining the jurisprudence, as compiled by Dr. Fox, to the extent that it remains relevant.

Topics covered in this edition include

  • Invention
  • The subject matter of patents
  • Obviousness:
    • The difference between obviousness and anticipation
    • Development of the requirement for non-obviousness An introduction: Development of United Kingdom Requirement for Non-Obviousness, Development of the U.S. Requirement for Obviousness, Development of the Requirement for Obviousness in Canadian Law
    • Test for obviousness or lack of invention under the old Act
    • Statutory test for obviousness under the current Act Patent Act, section 28.3
    • Obviousness test under section 28.3 as a series of questions
  • Novelty
  • Utility
  • Application for a patent The Patent Office and the Commissioner of Patents:
    • The Patent Office and the Commissioner of Patents
    • Manual of Patent Office Practice (MOPOP)
    • Communications with the Patent Office and a list of patent agents
  • International patent protection
  • Dedication and re-examination
  • Infringement and remedies for infringement

Supplements invoiced separately.

Carswell

Fox on the Canadian Law of Patents, 5th Edition (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

Fox on the Law of Patents, Fifth Edition is the pre-eminent text for patent lawyers and agents in Canada.

The fourth edition has been repeatedly cited by courts including the Supreme Court of Canada. However, since its publication in 1969, there have been significant changes in Canadian patent law, including major statutory revisions in 1989 and 1996.

The new edition brings the statement of the law up to date while retaining the jurisprudence, as compiled by Dr. Fox, to the extent that it remains relevant.

Topics covered in this edition include

  • Invention
  • The subject matter of patents
  • Obviousness:
    • The difference between obviousness and anticipation
    • Development of the requirement for non-obviousness An introduction: Development of United Kingdom Requirement for Non-Obviousness, Development of the U.S. Requirement for Obviousness, Development of the Requirement for Obviousness in Canadian Law
    • Test for obviousness or lack of invention under the old Act
    • Statutory test for obviousness under the current Act Patent Act, section 28.3
    • Obviousness test under section 28.3 as a series of questions
  • Novelty
  • Utility
  • Application for a patent The Patent Office and the Commissioner of Patents:
    • The Patent Office and the Commissioner of Patents
    • Manual of Patent Office Practice (MOPOP)
    • Communications with the Patent Office and a list of patent agents
  • International patent protection
  • Dedication and re-examination
  • Infringement and remedies for infringement

Supplements invoiced separately.