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Canada: Federal Court Of Appeal Provides Important Guidance For Determining Jurisdiction Of The PMPRB - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Mondaq Friday, 12 July 2019
On June 28, 2019, in the Federal Court of Appeal's decision in Attorney General of Canada v Galderma Canada Inc., 2019 FCA 196, the Court confirmed that the Patented Medicines Price Review Board acted unreasonably.
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