On December 19, 2019, the Supreme Court released its decision in Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v Vavilov, 2019 SCC 65, an important decision which re-casts many fundamental principles of administrative law and the law of judicial review in Canada. Join our expert panel as they discuss the impact of this new standard of review in IP law:
· When does administrative law arise for IP lawyers?
· What does Vavilov change (and not change)?
· Are judicial reviews from the Copyright Board still a “special case”?
· Does Vavilov have an impact on the proceedings challenging the new pricing regulations for patented medicines?
This program is eligible for up to 1 Substantive Hour.
|Law Society of Ontario||1|
|Barreau du Québec*||1|
|Law Society of British Columbia||1|
|Law Society of Saskatchewan**||–|
|Law Society of Manitoba||1|
|Law Society of Alberta||1|
|New York State CLE Board||1|
* Barreau du Québec: As of May 1, 2019, Barreau members are responsible to determine if a CPD activity meets the Barreau’s CPD criteria.
** An application for accreditation of the session will be submitted upon request by a participant
*Complimentary registration for Members of the Judiciary*