BRITISH COLUMBIA CASE LAW LIBRARY
Coastal Contacts Inc. v. Elastic Path Software Inc., Coastal was sued in the United States by Charles E. Hill & Associates (“Hill action”) in respect of an alleged patent infringement connected to Elastic Path’s software
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Coastal Contacts Inc. v...
XY, LLC v. Canadian Topsires Selection Inc., re. seized documents; alleged defendants in the present action, had improperly used its proprietary information and technologies.
GRANTED - Equustek Solutions Inc. v. Jack, Mareva injunction sought; companies manufacture industrial network interface products to allow complex machinery made by different manufacturers to communicate with each other
NO MISREPRESENTATION - ICBC v. Stainton Ventures Ltd. defendant operates a commercial website called ICBCadvice.com; website is, in essence, a marketing tool; ICBC claims trademark infringment
USNR/Kockums Canca applies for an interlocutory injunction restraining the defendants from using or disclosing confidential information; re. Coe Newnes/McGehee Inc.
v. Pushor Mitchell LLP, plaintiff, Dr. Spraggs, invented software for use in the medical profession.decision relates to an application for production of 434 documents
Advanced Nutrients, Hornby Hedron Analytical, plaintiffs would grant defendant a license to use their “intellectual property” which term was defined in the contract to mean “the traded secrets, trade names, and common law and trademarks
Louis Vuitton Malletier S.A. plaintiffs seek judgment pursuant to Rule 18A for declarations that each of the defendants have infringed the plaintiffs’ rights to the Louis Vuitton trademarks
Dywidag Systems International, Star Centralizer, a device used to centre reinforcing bars in drill holes, and obtained a patent for the invention
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