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George Orwell might have been on to something in his 1949 classic 1984.
Deep inside the British Columbia Supreme Court decision to toss out charges against religious leaders in Bountiful, B.C., lays a potential sea change in how the province views the constitutionality of Canada’s anti-polygamy laws.
On June 26, 2009, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld Manitoba legislation under which a child of almost 15 years old was given a court-ordered blood transfusion contrary to her religious beliefs as a Jehovah’s Witness.
While the Aug. 12 decision of the Federal Court of Canada in Ratiopharm Inc. v. Pfizer Ltd. will almost inevitably be appealed, it provides an unusual insight into the nuts and bolts of the process of developing an invention and drafting a patent application.
Have you seen the video that was presented to Sony BMG Music Entertainment executives on May 4, 2008 in Rome entitled, “Did You Know?” If you haven’t, not surprisingly, you can find it on YouTube.