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002152706 Ontario Limited and 1521167 Ontario Limited v. Changer & Dresser Inc.

Representing the plaintiff 002152706 Ontario Limited and 1521167 Ontario Limited in a patent infringement action relating to spot welding cap changers and spot welding cap magazines.
Counsel: R. Scott MacKendrick and Jason Hynes
(2016), (T-1202-16)

1898848 Ontario Inc. dba Home Aesthetics Inc. et al ats Star Night Import & Export Inc.

Representing Home Aesthetics in an industrial design infringement action relating to a cylindrical bag for pillows and linens. The action also involves trademark and copyright infringement.
Counsel: Jonathan Colombo, Catherine Lovrics and Amrita V. Singh
(2016), (T-687-16)

Elbit Systems Electro-Optics ELOP Ltd. v. Selex ES Ltd.

Representing the plaintiff Elbit Systems in a patent infringement action relating to Directional Infrared Countermeasures (“DIRCM”), a system that is used to defeat infrared homing missiles.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh, Adam Bobker and Amrita V. Singh
(Reported decisions: 2016 FC 1000, 2016 FC 1129)
(2016), (T-775-16)

Ontario Die International Inc. v Diamex Inc.

Representing Ontario Die International Inc. in a patent infringement action relating to an apparatus and method for detachably mounting cutting knives.
Counsel: R. Scott MacKendrick and Jason Hynes
(2016), (T-784-16)

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. and Rapid Completions LLC v. Resource Well Completion Technologies Inc.

and Resource Completion Systems Inc.

Representing Packers Plus and Rapid Completions in a patent infringement action relating to an apparatus and methods for fluid treatment, including fracturing, of oil and gas wells.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Josh Spicer
(2016), (T-2088-15)

Power Box AG et al. v. Robert Bosch Inc.

Representing the plaintiff Power Box AG and its subsidiary in a patent infringement action against Robert Bosch Inc. relating to power saws. Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Anastassia Trifonova
(2016), (T-1960-16)
Andrew McIntosh and Anastassia Trifonova

Exosect Limited v. Bayer CropScience Inc.

Representing Exosect in a patent infringement action involving a coating for seeds, to improve flowability and reduce dust drift.
Counsel: Don Cameron and Christina Capone Settimi
(2015), (T-490-15)

Georgetown Rail Equipment Company v. Rail Radar Inc. and Tetra Tech EBA Inc.

Representing Georgetown Rail in a patent infringement action relating to a laser vision system for identifying flaws on railway track.
Counsel: Don Cameron and Jerry Chen
(2015), (T-896-15)

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. and Rapid Completions LLC v. Weatherford International PLC, Weatherford Canada Ltd.

Weatherford Canada Partnership and Harvest Operations Corp.

Representing Packers Plus and Rapid Completions in a patent infringement action relating to an apparatus and methods for fluid treatment, including fracturing, of oil and gas wells.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Josh Spicer
(2015), (T-1728-15)

Bercom International, LLC v. Toolway Industries Ltd.

Represented Bercom International in a patent and trademark infringement action relating to painting accessories.
Counsel: Adam Bobker
(2014), (T-73-14)

Cascade Corporation v Kinshofer GmbH and Kinshofer Liftall Inc.

Successfully defended Kinshofer GmbH and Kinshofer Liftall Inc. in a patent infringement action relating to quick-hitch assemblies for construction machinery. The Plaintiff’s action was dismissed after a summary trial on liability issues.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Christopher Bury
(Reported Decisions: 2016 FC 1117)
(2014), (T-2204-14)

Deflecto, LLC v. Dundas Jafine, Inc., and Indiana Corporation

Represented Dundas Jafine in a patent infringement action relating to dryer exhaust vents.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Michael Burgess
(2014), (T-1834-14)

Supertek Canada Inc. and Telebrands Corp. ats. E. Mishan & Sons, Inc. and Blue Gentian, LLC

Successfully represented Supertek and Telebrands in a patent and industrial design infringement action relating to an expandable hose, brought by E. Mishan & Sons and Blue Gentian, and in a counterclaim for false and misleading statements under section 7(a) of the Trade-marks Act. The plaintiff brought a motion for an interim injunction which the Court dismissed. Following a trial, the asserted patent was found invalid for obviousness. The Federal Court of Appeal upheld the trial judge’s decision. Subsequently, the Court granted Supertek’s summary judgment motion for an order expunging the industrial design registration on the basis that the design was not original and was dictated solely by function. At the same time, the Court dismissed E. Mishan & Son’s motion for summary judgment dismissing Supertek’s counterclaim under s. 7(a), finding that there is a genuine issue for trial. Supertek’s counterclaim under s. 7(a) was heard by way of summary trial. Although no damages were awarded; a false and misleading statement was found to have been made
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Adam Bobker
(Reported decisions: 2013 FC 747, 2014 FC 326, 2015 FCA 163, 2016 FC 613 and 2016 FC 986)
(2013), (T-1112-13)
(2014), (A-236-14)

1589549 Alberta Ltd. and Can-K Group of Companies Ltd. v. NOV Wilson Canada ULC

Represented Can-K Group of Companies in a patent infringement action relating to sealing assemblies for rotary oil well pump drives used in the oil production industry. The case was settled.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Michael Burgess
(2013), (T-1437-13)

Astellas Pharma Canada Inc. v. Merus Labs Luxco SARL

Represented Astellas in a patent impeachment action relating to a combination drug used to treat lower urinary tract symptoms associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate).
Counsel: Don Cameron and Christina Capone-Settimi
(2013), (T-731-13)

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.; Bed Bath & Beyond Canada L.P. ats Blue Gentian, LLC

Represented Bed Bath & Beyond in a patent and industrial design infringement action relating to an expandable and contractible garden hose.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Adam Bobker
(2013), (T-519-13)

Design Ideas, Ltd. v. Solutions Your Organized Living Store Corp.

Represented Design Ideas in an action for patent and industrial design infringement relating to mesh container products.
Counsel: Robert Storey and Adam Bobker
(2013), (T-901-13)

Leonard MacEachern v. The Commissioner of Patents

Successfully represented Leonard MacEachern in an application before the Federal Court to add Mr. MacEachern as an inventor of a patent relating to virtual local oscillator technology and blind-eye sampling.
Counsel: Don Cameron
(2013), (T-1851-13)

Ludwig O. Simmet, Brian C. Day and Minitube of America, Inc. v. Minitub Abfull-Und Labortechnik GmbH & Co. and

The Commissioner of Patents

Represented Ludwig O. Simmet, Brian C. Day and Minitube of America in an application before the Federal Court to add Ludwig O. Simmet and Brian C. Day as inventors and to add Minitube of America, Inc. as owner of a patent relating to sampling of hog sperm.
Counsel: Don Cameron
(2013), (T-1826-13)

MediaTube Corp. et al. v. Bell Canada et al.

Representing MediaTube in an action for patent infringement relating to Internet protocol TV services.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Josh Spicer and Amrita V. Singh
(Reported decisions: 2015 FC 391 and 2016 FC 1066)
(2013), (T-705-13)

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. v. Canuck Completions Ltd.

Successfully represented Packers Plus Energy Services in a patent infringement action relating to an apparatus and method of fracturing (“fracking”) oil and gas wells. By way of judgment on consent, the patent was declared valid and infringed and Packers Plus was awarded $7.7 million dollars in damages and $495K in costs. The counterclaim was dismissed.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Josh Spicer
(2013), (T-1202-13)

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. v. Essential Energy Services Ltd. and 1014827 Alberta Ltd. cob Tryton Tool Services

Representing Packers Plus in a patent infringement action relating to an apparatus and methods for fluid treatment, including fracturing, of oil and gas wells.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Josh Spicer
(2013), (T-1741-13)

Revolymer PLC ats. Fertin Pharma A/S et al.

Defended Revolymer in an action for patent infringement relating to a patent on coated nicotine chewing gum that biodegrades in the environment.The action settled before trial.
Counsel: Don Cameron, Christina Capone-Settimi and Amrita V. Singh
(2013), (T-190-13)

Supertek Canada Inc. ats. Blue Gentian, LLC and E. Mishan & Sons, Inc.

Represented Supertek Canada in an industrial design infringement action relating to an expandable and contractible garden hose.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Adam Bobker
(2013), (T-677-13)

Accede Energy Services, Ltd. v. Pomerleau

Represented Accede Energy in a patent impeachment action relating to the optimization of vacuum systems and methods for drying drill cuttings.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Andrew McIntosh
(2012), (T-1969-12)

Home Depot Canada ats. Pharos Innovations Inc.

Defended Home Depot Canada in a patent infringement action relating to colour-changing LED strings.
Counsel: Adam Bobker
(2012), (SC-12-008052-00)

Onward Multi-Corp Inc. et al. v. A&J Manufacturing LLC

Successfully represented barbeque manufacturer Onward Multi-Corp in an action for patent infringement in respect of a portable insulated grill. The action settled before trial.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Ryan Tremblay
(2012), (T-1281-12)

Stackpole Powertrain International ULC et al. ats. Magna Powertrain Inc

Defended Stackpole Powertrain in a patent infringement action relating to variable capacity oil pumps for automotive engines.
Counsel: Don Cameron, Kevin Shipley and Amrita V. Singh
(2012), (T-1274-12)

Best Buy Canada Ltd. ats. International Control Systems, LLC et al.

Defended Best Buy Canada in an action for patent infringement relating to automatic volume adjustment technology for use in televisions.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh and Amrita V. Singh
(2011), (T-1653-11)

Alpa Lumber Inc. v. HWD Acquisition, Inc.

Represented Alpa Lumber in an action for patent infringement relating to fastening technology for windows and doors.
Counsel: Adam Bobker, James Raakman, and Josh Spicer
(2010), (T-2060-10)

eLot Inc. v. Atlantic Lottery Corporation

Represented eLot Inc. in an action for patent infringement in respect of a system and method for operating on-line state lottery games.
Counsel: Donald H. MacOdrum
(2010), (T-441-10)

Mouldex Exterior Mouldings Inc. ats. Driangle Inc. et al.

Represented Mouldex Exterior Mouldings in a patent infringement action relating to coating technology for architectural mouldings used in the construction industry.
Counsel: Adam Bobker
(2010), (T-1865-10)

Nova Chemical Company ats. Dow Chemical Corporation

Defending Nova Chemical in a monetary remedies reference arising from a patent infringement action relating to polyethylene resin compositions, in which the firm also acted as trial counsel and appellate counsel. Also prosecuting a trial costs appeal.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Mike Charles, Andrew McIntosh,Adam Bobker,Josh Spicer and Amrita V. Singh
(Reported decisions: 2017 FC 350, 2017 FC 637; 2012 FC 754, 2014 FC 844, 2016 FC 91 and 2016 FCA 216)
(2010), (T-2051-10)

Sieco-Tech Canada Inc. et al. ats. Triacta Power Technologies Inc.

Defended Sieco-Tech Canada Inc. in an action for patent infringement, copyright infringement, and trademark infringement relating to power consumption monitoring devices.
Counsel: Josh Spicer
(2010), (T-1991-10)

Superior Industries, LLC v. Thor Global Enterprises Ltd.

Represented Superior Industries in an action for patent infringement relating to braced telescoping support struts for stacking conveyors.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Adam Bobker
(2010), (T-960-10)

Fero Corporation ats. Blok Lok Ltd.

Represented Fero Corporation to enforce a settlement agreement stemming from a patent infringement action relating to masonry connection technology used in the construction industry.
Counsel: Mike Charles and Josh Spicer
(2009), (Ont. Sup. Ct. J. 58001)

Heys International Ltd. v. Holiday Group Inc.

Represented Heys International in actions for patent infringement relating to a patent for a side-loading backpack and industrial design infringement relating to the design of a portable luggage scale.
Counsel: Adam Bobker
(2009), (T-1256-09; T-1257-09)

High Liner Foods Incorporated ats. Contessa Premium Foods, Inc

Defended High Liner Foods in an action for patent infringement relating to shrimp serving trays.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Josh Spicer
(2009), (T-2068-09)

Koolatron Corporation ats. Woodstream Corporation

Defended Koolatron Corporation in an action for patent infringement relating to CO2 insect trapping devices.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Jeff Gordon
(Reported decisions: 2010 FC 756)
(2009), (T-916-09)

Reversomatic Manufacturing Ltd. ats. Ecco Heating Products Ltd.

Defended Reversomatic Manufacturing in an action for patent infringement relating to a lint trap for a residential dryer.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Josh Spicer
(2009), (T-200-09)

BJ Services Company ats. Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

Defended BJ Services/Baker Hughes in a patent infringement action relating to hydraulic fracking technology. Obtained a stay of the Canadian proceedings in favour of a U.S. arbitration.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Josh Spicer and Jeff Gordon
(2008), (T-1969-08)

Wham-O Inc. ats. Agit Global Inc.

Defended Wham-O in a patent infringement action relating to snow sled coating technology.
Counsel: Adam Bobker and Josh Spicer
(2008), (T-324-08)

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce et al. ats. Datatreasury

Represented CIBC in a patent infringement action relating to cheque scanning technology. The action was settled shortly before trial.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Andrew McIntosh
(Reported decisions: 2008 FC 955)
(2007), (T-1472-07; T-1661-07)

DBC Marine Safety Systems Ltd. v. Canada (Commissioner of Patents)

Retained by the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada to bring an application for leave to intervene in an appeal involving the interpretation of the Patent Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.P-4.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane
(Reported decisions: 2008 FCA 148)
(2007), (A-558-07)

Glaston Services Ltd. v. Shanghai Northglass Technology & Industry Co., Ltd.

Represented Glaston Services in patent infringement proceedings relating to industrial glass bending and tempering equipment. Successfully obtained permanent injunction at trial. Following the Court’s trial decision on liability, in which it found Shanghai Northglass had infringed two of Glaston’s Canadian patents, successfully represented Glaston Services in obtaining damages for patent infringement of $1.5 million, plus prejudgment and post-judgment interest. Click here to view the decision.
Counsel: Andrew McIntosh, Adam Bobker and Josh Spicer
(Reported decisions: 2010 FC 1191)
(2007), (T-1108-07)

Vestas-Canadian Wind Technology, Inc. ats. Aloys Wobben

Defended Vestas-Canadian Wind Technology in an action for patent infringement relating to voltage control of wind power installations connected to a power grid.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Adam Bobker
(2007), (T-564-07)

Raymor Industries ats. Canada

Acted for the plaintiff patentee, Raymor Industries, in a patent infringement action involving nanotechnology.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane
(Reported decisions: 2007 CF 37)
(2006), (T-1856-06)

Daiichi Sankyo Company Limited et al. v. Apotex Inc. et al.

Represented Daiichi in Patented Medicines Notice of Compliance (PMNOC) proceedings against Apotex relating to the antibiotic LEVOFLOXICIN. A prohibition application was heard and an order was granted, but on appeal the matter was remitted back to the hearing judge for redetermination. The original hearing judge recused himself and a subsequently appointed hearing judge “terminated” the proceeding for mootness, because by then the patent had expired. A further appeal was taken from the decision to consider the application to have been “terminated”. On this further appeal, the prohibition application was determined to have been “dismissed” for mootness.
Counsel: Mike Charles
(Reported decisions: 2008 FC 744, 2009 FCA 212, 2010 FC 711, 2010 FCA 213, 2011 FCA 57, 2011 FCA 58)
(2005), (T-1508-05; A-373-08;A-240-10)

Duratech Industries Ltd. et al. ats. Bridgeview Manufacturing Inc. et al.

Defended Duratech Industries, a US manufacturer of farm equipment, and two of its Canadian distributors in a patent infringement action relating to bale shredding machinery. The trial judge held the patent to be invalid and not infringed. The Federal Court of Appeal upheld the finding of non-infringement. An application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada was dismissed.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Adam Bobker
(Reported decisions: 2009 FC 50, 2010 FCA 188)
(2005), (T-1554-05;)

Pfizer Canada Inc. et al. v. Novopharm Limited et al.

Acted for Pfizer in Patented Medicine Notice of Compliance (PMNOC) proceedings relating to the COX II inhibitor anti-inflammatory drug celecoxib (brand name CELEBREX). The hearing judge dismissed the application for a prohibition order, but the Federal Court of Appeal reversed the hearing judge’s decision and granted the order.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane
(Reported decisions: 2007 FC 81, 2007 FCA 173, 2007 FCA 256)
(2005), (T-1067-05; A-66-07)

Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. et al. v. Novopharm Limited

Represented Daiichi in patent infringement proceedings against Novopharm relating to the antibiotic LEVOFLOXICIN. An injunction and damages were awarded at trial, a stay of the injunction was denied and the trial judgment was upheld by the Federal Court of Appeal. An application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada was dismissed.
Counsel: Mike Charles, Andrew McIntosh and Josh Spicer
(Reported decisions: 2006 FC 1234, 2006 FCA 406, 2007 FCA 105, 2007 FCA 269, 2007 FCA 217)
(2004), (T-2175-04; A-500-06;)

Rachalex Holdings Inc. et al. v. W & M Wire & Metal Products Ltd. et al.

Acted for Rachalex Holdings in a patent infringement action relating to modular display fixtures for retail stores.
Counsel: Robert Storey
(Reported decisions: 2007 FC 502, 2007 FC 33, 2010 FC 585, 2007 FCA 156)
(2004), (T-1377-04; A-47-07)

Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. et al. v. Novopharm Limited et al.

Represented Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co. in Patented Medicines Notice of Compliance (PMNOC) proceedings against Novopharm relating to the antibiotic LEVOFLOXICIN. An application for a prohibition order was dismissed but Novopharm was subsequently enjoined and ordered to pay damages in an infringement action.
Counsel: Mike Charles
(Reported decisions: 2004 FC 1631, 2005 FCA 2, 2005 FCA 6)
(2003), (T-214-03; A-630-04)

Pfizer Canada Inc. et al. v. Lilly ICOS LLC et al.

Represented Pfizer in patent infringement proceedings in which a patent for Pfizer’s drug VIAGRA was asserted against Eli Lilly’s drug CIALIS, a competing drug for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The action settled before trial.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Mike Charles and Andrew McIntosh
Don Cameron and Scott MacKendrick represented Eli Lilly in the action. They joined Bereskin & Parr LLP in 2012.
(Reported decisions: 2003 FC 1278, 2004 FC 223)
(2003), (T-1721-03)

Plasticair Inc. ats. M.K. Plastics Corporation

Defended Plasticair in a patent infringement action relating to exhaust fans. The action was dismissed at trial and double costs were awarded.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane
(Reported decisions: 2007 FC 574, 2007 FC 1029)
(2003), (T-2108-03)

Sears Canada Inc. et al. ats. Biosig Instruments Inc.

Acted for Sears Canada in the defence of an action alleging patent infringement by the sale of exercise equipment with built in heart rate monitors. The action was struck out for failure to plead a reasonable cause of action.
Counsel: Adam Bobker
(Reported decisions: 2006 FC 206)
(2003), (T-694-03)

Suntec Environmental Inc. v. Trojan Technologies Inc.

Represented Suntec Environmental in an appeal to the Federal Court of Appeal from an order granting summary judgment in a patent infringement action. The technology involved related to the use of ultraviolet light to disinfect wastewater. The injunction was stayed pending appeal, and on appeal the summary judgment was overturned.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane
(Reported decisions: 2003 FCA 309, 2004 FCA 140)
(2003), (A-321-03)

Pfizer Canada Inc. et al. ats Bayer Aktiengesellschaft et al.

Represented Pfizer in a patent impeachment action relating to one of Pfizer’s patents for the drug VIAGRA brought by Bayer.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Andrew McIntosh and Mike Charles
Don MacOdrum represented Bayer in the action. He joined Bereskin & Parr LLP in 2012.
(2002), (T-865-02)

Pfizer Canada Inc. et al. ats. Lilly ICOS LLC et al.

Represented Pfizer in a patent impeachment action relating to one of Pfizer’s patents for the drug VIAGRA brought by Eli Lilly. The action settled before trial.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Mike Charles and Andrew McIntosh
Don Cameron and Scott MacKendrick represented Eli Lilly in the action. They joined Bereskin & Parr LLP in 2012.
(Reported decisions: 2006 FC 1465, 2006 FC 1500, 2006 FC 1501)
(2002), (T-341-02)

Weatherford Canada Partnership et al. v. National-Oilwell Canada Ltd. et al.

Represented Weatherford Canada in the prosecution of a patent infringement action relating to sealing technology for surface drives used with down-hole pumps for heavy oil that was licensed to Weatherford Canada. An injunction issued after a six-week trial. The Federal Court of Appeal upheld the Trial Judge’s findings of validity and infringement with respect to all of the claims at issue, with the exception of one method claim. After a redetermination hearing, the infringement of the method claim was confirmed. Weatherford Canada then settled its damages claims, along with its damages claims in a related action. An application for leave to appeal the original trial decision to the Supreme Court of Canada was dismissed. The Federal Court of Appeal did later send back the method claim for a further redetermination. The patentee’s damages claims are also still pending.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Adam Bobker and Josh Spicer
(Reported decisions: 2005 FCA 300, 2007 FC 396, 2008 FC 1271, 2009 FC 449, 2009 FC 569, 2010 FC 602, 2010 FC 667, 2011 FCA 228, 2012 FC 76)
(2001), (T-1236-01;T-2059-03,T-26-05)

Weatherford Canada Partnership et al. v. National-Oilwell Inc. et al.

Represented Weatherford Canada in a patent infringement damages action against National-Oilwell relating to rotary drive technology for down-hole oil pumps. Action settled at trial in early 2012.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Adam Bobker
(2001), (T-380-01)

Fero Holdings Ltd. v. Enterprises Givesco Inc.

Represented Fero Holdings in patent infringement proceedings relating to masonry connection technology used in the construction industry, as well as proceedings to enforce a settlement agreement entered into with one of the infringers.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Mike Charles, and Josh Spicer
(Reported decisions: 1999 CanLII 8526 (FC), 2003 FCT 353)
(1998), (T-1828-98;T-167-99;T-779-01)

Royal Canadian Mint ats. Westaim Corporation

Represented the Royal Canadian Mint in the defence of a patent infringement action relating to the production of blanks for minting into coins. The patent was declared invalid at trial. An appeal was launched but the action settled before the hearing of the appeal.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Andrew McIntosh
(Reported decisions: 1998 CanLII 8537 (FC), 2002 FCT 1217)
(1998), (T-453-98; A-32-03)

Illinois Tool Works Inc. et al. v. Cobra Anchors Co. Ltd.

Acted for ITW in an action and appeal for patent infringement relating to wall anchors.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane, Andrew McIntosh and Brigitte Chan
(Reported decisions: 2002 FCT 829, 2003 FCA 358)
(1996), (T-2313-96; A-522-02)

Noma Inc. ats Paige Innovations Inc.

Represented Noma in a patent infringement action relating to a flat electrical attachment plug owned by Paige Innovations and successfully obtained summary judgment dismissing the plaintiff’s claim of patent infringement.
Counsel: Robert MacFarlane and Andrew McIntosh
(Reported decision: (1997), 77 CPR (3d) 194 (FCTD))
(1996), (T-2479-96, A-649-97)
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