Confidential Information

April 25, 2015

A Corporation that Assigned all of its Confidential Intellectual Property has no Standing to Sue for Breach of that Confidential Information

Wolfe v Shawcor Ltd, 2015 ABQB 181 - The Alberta Court determined that a corporation that assigned all of its confidential intellectual property has no standing to sue for breach of that confidential information.
March 16, 2015

Catalyst gets an Injunction against a Departing Employee for Inequitable Disregard for Confidential Information

The Catalyst Capital Group Inc v Moyse, 2014 ONSC 6442 - An injunction was ordered to prevent Brandon Moyse from working at and divulging confidential information to a competing investment firm, citing Moyse's disregard for and understanding of confidential information when he sent confidential memos to the competing firm as a writing sample pursuant to a job application.
July 4, 2014

ABQB Holds Publicizing Trade Secrets Constitutes Irreparable Harm

Enviro Trace Ltd v Sheichuk, 2014 ABQB 381 - The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench held that publicizing trade secrets constitutes irreparable harm and granted an interlocutory injunction.
March 10, 2014

Federal Court of Appeal Upholds Disqualification, But Refuses to Invalidate Cobalt’s Notice of Allegation

Valeant Canada LP v Canada (Health), 2014 FCA 50 - The Court dismissed an appeal from the Federal Court’s decision to grant Valeant’s motion to disqualify Cobalt’s in-house lawyer from any further involvement in the application before the Court on the ground that he could be presumed to have Valeant’s confidential information.