Accounting of Profits

June 27, 2018
accounting

Defendants Are Not Entitled to Elect Accounting of Profits

2018 FCA 32 - The FCA dismissed Apotex’s appeal challenging the remedial decision, regarding Bayer's Canadian Patent No. 2,382,426, holding that subsection 57(1) of the Patent Act did not grant a defendant in a patent infringement suit the right to choose an accounting of profits over damages to be paid to the patentee.
May 16, 2017

Dow Awarded an Accounting of Profits including Springboard Profits from Infringer’s Ramped-up Sales

2017 FC 350 - The Federal Court outlined in this decision how the Dow Chemical Company should be compensated by Nova Chemicals Corporation for its infringement of Dow’s patent.
September 8, 2015

Federal Court Revisits Schmeiser Differential Method for Calculating Profits

ADIR v Apotex Inc, 2015 FC 721 - In an accounting of profits case, the FC stated that if a non-infringing alternative is to be considered, it “cannot be what one would have done had one complied with the law”.
November 28, 2013

Federal Court Clarifies Cost Awards

Apotex Inc. v. H. Lundbeck A/S [2013 FC 1188] Background Apotex was the losing party in an impeachment trial of Lundbeck’s Canadian Patent 1,339,452 in which Lundbeck […]
March 15, 2013

FC Holds CIPRALEX Patent Is Valid, Apotex Must Account for Profits of Infringement

Apotex Inc. v. H. Lunbeck A/S, 2013 FC 192 Apotex sought a declaration of invalidity against Lundbeck’s Canadian patent 1,339,452 (‘452) covering the serotonin reuptake inhibitor […]
January 22, 2013

No Equitable Disgorgement of a Pharma Innovator’s Profits in Ontario, Absent a Cause of Action Independent of the Operation of s. 8 of the PM(NOC) Regulations

Apotex Inc. v. Abbott Laboratories Limited, 2013 ONSC 356 In this case, Apotex claimed damages against Abbott Laboratories and Takeda Pharmaceuticals based on unjust enrichment. On […]