Hartman Law argues harassment lawsuit against Correctional Services Canada in Federal Court

Blakes and Gilbert's also in court for pharma companies embroiled in patent infringement suit

Hartman Law argues harassment lawsuit against Correctional Services Canada in Federal Court

Hartman Law was in Federal Court this week, representing a federal prisoner in a sexual assault and harassment case against the Correctional Services of Canada. The Federal Court also heard intellectual property suits this week, including a patenting infringement case between two pharmaceutical companies with Blake Cassels & Graydon and Gilbert’s LLP representing the parties.

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