"Case Comment

Creations 2000 Inc.v.
Canper Industrial Products Ltd.

citation(s): (1991), 34 C.P.R. (3d) 178, (F.C.A. per Hugessen J.A.)

copyright 1997-2007 Donald M. Cameron




The Decision

At p. 181:

"Moreover, proof of anticipation based on documents considered `paper patents' (fictive patents), such as buried, forgotten and never used patents, will not have the same weight as evidence based on patents whose concepts have been put into use."


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