Monograph: Damages Calculations in Intellectual Property Cases in Canada

In intellectual property cases, there are two types of monetary remedy: damages and an accounting of profits. Damages represent the patentee’s loss and are the default remedy in the sense that a court is obliged to award damages on proof of infringement and consequent loss. This publication focuses on damages in patent cases, although the reasoning generally applies in trade-mark and copyright cases.

 
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