The Canadian Competition Bureau submits a draft of its upcoming intellectual enforcement property guidelines for public comment

Comments of U.S. Federal Trade Commissionner Joshua D. Wright and Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg on the Canadian Competition Bureau's draft updated intellectual property enforcement guidelines* This comment is submitted in response to the Canadian Competition Bureau’s (the Bureau’s) draft stage 2 update of its Intellectual Property Enforcement Guidelines (Draft Updated Guidelines). [1] We appreciate the opportunity to comment and commend the Bureau for its transparency. We submit this comment based upon our extensive experience and expertise in antitrust law and economics generally, and specifically with respect to the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust. [2] This comment addresses five issues in the Draft Updated Guidelines: (1) product switching in the context of

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Douglas H. Ginsburg, Joshua D. Wright, The Canadian Competition Bureau submits a draft of its upcoming intellectual enforcement property guidelines for public comment, 9 June 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2015, Art. N° 75206

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