moiety meaning

25 results for moiety meaning

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  • Hoffman-La Roche Limited c. Apotex Inc., 2013 FC 718 (2013)

    ...A nucleoside is a compound formed by joining a base moiety with a sugar moiety. A disadvantage of ganciclovir was its limited oral bioavailability. Although ... between the applicant and respondent (and from which many issues depend) is the meaning of the patent – i.e. what is the invention or what is the inventive step. [32] The applicant, ...

  • Hoffman-La Roche Limited v. Apotex Inc., 2013 FC 718 (2013)

    ...A nucleoside is a compound formed by joining a base moiety with a sugar moiety. A disadvantage of ganciclovir was its limited oral bioavailability. Although ... between the applicant and respondent (and from which many issues depend) is the meaning of the patent – i.e. what is the invention or what is the inventive step. [32] The applicant, ...

  • Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. c. Teva Canada Limited, 2013 FC 283 (2013)

    ... chemistry to furnish the product with imidazole attached to the bisphosphonate moiety through a single carbon atom. The methyl bisphosphonate could, theoretically be attached at 1 of 3 ... the invention and its operation or use as contemplated by the Inventor, so that the public, meaning thereby persons skilled in the art, may be able, with only the specification, to use the invention ...

  • Aboratoires Servier, Adir, Oril Industries, Servier Canada Inc. v. Apotex Inc., 2008 FC 825 (2008)

    ...) focussed on removing the sulfhydryl (SH) group (also referred to as a thiol group or thiol moiety). The result was enalapril. According to Dr. Marshall, who provided expert testimony on this point, ... of the description in the specification, assisted, where necessary, by experts as to the meaning of technical terms if they cannot be understood by the Court from reading the specification ( Shire ...

  • GlaxoSmithKline Inc. c. Pharmascience Inc., 2011 FC 239 (2011)

    ... known to a person skilled in the art, prior the relevant date, to replace the convertible moiety of the claimed compound by different substituents, including for example (C 5 H 4 N)N(CH 3 )-(CH 2 ... it clear that the word "obvious" in the phrase "obvious to try" is to be given its primary meaning of "very plain". 28 I take it from this that the test adopted by the Supreme Court is not the test ...

  • GlaxoSmithKline Inc. v. Pharmascience Inc., 2011 FC 239 (2011)

    ... known to a person skilled in the art, prior the relevant date, to replace the convertible moiety of the claimed compound by different substituents, including for example (C 5 H 4 N)N(CH 3 )-(CH 2 ... it clear that the word "obvious" in the phrase "obvious to try" is to be given its primary meaning of "very plain". 28 I take it from this that the test adopted by the Supreme Court is not the test ...

  • Bayer AG v. Apotex Inc., 2004 FC 177 (2004)

    ... New Drug Submission by way of a "notifiable change" is a "submission for a NOC" within the meaning of s.5 of the NOC Regulations , and consequently, under s.5(3)(c)(i), Apotex was obliged to file ... tell me whether there is any discussion or illustration of the building of the piperazine moiety or whether in all instances the piperazine moiety that is employed is intact?. A. The piperazine ...

  • Apotex Inc. v. ADIR, 2009 FCA 222 (2009)

    ...Enalapril has an N-carboxyalkyl moiety in place of captopril’s problematic sulfhydryl methylene group. Both captopril and enalapril ... whether or not conflict proceedings had occurred would have the effect of rendering meaningless the words “on which conflict proceedings should have been directed” in paragraph 61(1)( b ). ...

  • Canada (Health) v. Celgene Inc., 2013 FCA 43 (2013)

    ...) , 2012 FCA 106 ( Teva ), that an authorization under the SAP is not an approval within the meaning of the DPP in the Regulations. [15] Thalidomide had never been approved in a drug in the U.S., and ... of “chemical entity”, as are the words “active ingredient” and “active moiety” in the American Regulations, “active substance” in the European Regulations, and “active ...

  • Lewis v. Allison, , 30 S.C.R. 173 (1899)

    ...The words party wall may be used in four different senses. First, as meaning a wall of which the two adjoining owners are tenants in common, as in Wiltshire v. Sidford[2], and ... two tenements; and fourthly, as meaning a wall divided longitudinally into two moieties each moiety being subject to a cross easement in favour of the owner of the other moiety. Can it be said that ...

  • Aventis Pharma Inc. v. Apotex Inc., 2005 FC 1283 (2005)

    ...It can also be observed that while enalapril lacks the sulphur moiety present in captopril, what remained consistent from captopril to enalapril was the presence of the ...The stereochemistry of the three remaining chiral centres is not specified, meaning that they can have either an "R" or an " S " configuration. [71] Given that the three unspecified ...

  • Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. v. Teva Canada Limited, 2013 FC 283 (2013)

    ... chemistry to furnish the product with imidazole attached to the bisphosphonate moiety through a single carbon atom. The methyl bisphosphonate could, theoretically be attached at 1 of 3 ... the invention and its operation or use as contemplated by the Inventor, so that the public, meaning thereby persons skilled in the art, may be able, with only the specification, to use the invention ...

  • AB Hassle v. Apotex Inc., 2003 FCT 771 (2003)

    ... of equal parts of a strong acid and a weak base would result in a solution that is acidic, meaning that the pH of the solution would be less than 7 whereas the reaction of equal parts of a weak acid ...(a) acid-base type chemical reactions;. (b) the removal of a proton from a benzimidazole moiety to form the corresponding base addition salt;. (c) the pKa of unsubstituted benzimidazole is ...

  • Pfizer Canada Inc. v. Canada (Minister of Health), 2005 FC 1205 (2005)

    ...) configuration on the chiral centre of the 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline-3-carboxylic acid moiety is a requirement for biological activity in the compounds of the invention, the claims are broader ...29, p. 59, on the meaning of "not useful" in patent law. It means "that the invention will not work, either in the sense that ...

  • Pfizer Canada Inc. v. Canada (Health), 2008 FC 11 (2008)

    ... no longer be pursuing the issue as to whether Novopharm is a “second person” within the meaning of the NOC Regulations. As a result, the issues remaining for determination are:. 1. Burden of ...A. Yes. Q. And that included only compounds with the THIQ moiety in the S configuration, correct?. A. Of the compounds we made, that is a correct statement. How the ...

  • Ivan Rand's ancient constitutionalism.

    .... Indeed, while historians may question the scope and meaning of Bonham's Case, the decision has nevertheless become an important precedent for modern lawyers ...: judges to give sentence or judgment; ministers to make summons; and parties to have the moiety of the forfeiture.." (1611) 11 E.R. 646, at 652. . (166) Bonham's Case, supra note 164, at 652. . ...

  • G.D. Searle & Co. v. Novopharm Limited, 2007 FC 81 (2007)

    ...[29] An issue arises as to the meaning of the words “any of claims 1-7”. Does this phrase include all compounds in those claims or is ... by the sulfamyl group attached to the phenyl substituent at position 1 of the pyrazole-moiety of the present compounds. This new feature common to the claimed subject matter shows an effect not ...

  • Apotex Inc. v. Wellcome Foundation Ltd., (1998)

    ... patent and that the new use was, therefore, neither a process or a composition within the meaning of the act. The Appeal Board overturned this decision, and the Commission upheld that decision, ..., in which an amino or azido group was substituted at the 2- and or 3- position of the sugar moiety. A number of the compounds exhibited anti-tumour and anti-viral properties and particularly ...

  • Glaxosmithkline Inc. v. Apotex Inc., 2003 FCT 687 (2003)

    ...Form II is a hygroscopic anhydrate form (meaning that it attracts and absorbs moisture), which does not have any water bound in the crystal ...In chemistry, a particular chemical moiety can often exist in a number of different forms, such as various salts, hydrates or polymorphs. When ...

  • Brodie v. Chipman, , 57 S.C.R. 321 (1918)

    ...I suppose it must be admitted that, taken by themselves alone, the meaning of these words does not admit of much doubt. Omitting the words under the terms of my said last ... are? The estate, excluding life insurance, was sworn at $26,500, but this included the moiety of the son's insurance which, as appears from the affidavit of the latter's executor, was upwards ...

  • Re Manitoba Language Rights, [1985] 1 S.C.R. 721 (1985)

    ... with the context in which it has been used and would render the sections irrational or meaningless. See, e.g. Re Public Finance Corp. and Edwards Garage Ltd. (1957), 22 W.W.R. 312, p. 317 (Alta. ...146. Sections 6, 7 and 8 of the 1980 Act, however, are severable from the unconstitutional moiety and do not substantively conflict with s. 23. Section 7, for example, repeals the Official Language ...

  • Ferguson v. Ferguson, , 2 S.C.R. 497 (1878)

    ... is to give to each word employed, if it can with propriety receive it, the natural ordinary meaning which it has in the vocabulary of ordinary life, and not to give words employed in the vocabulary ...The only point in contest, is whether the legal fee in an undivided moiety of freehold land is, or is not, vested in certain trustees. Now, apart from the rule of law about ...

  • In re Hooper, [1955] S.C.R. 508 (1955)

    ... in trust to pay the income to his wife for life and from and after her death, then as to one moiety upon trust for such person or persons and in such manner and form as his said wife should by deed ...This language must be given a meaning. Apart from the language quoted, the division would clearly be among the class living at the death ...

  • Cooper v. Molsons Bank, , 26 S.C.R. 611 (1896)

    ...Mason. Yours truly,. C.A. PIPON,. Manager. The meaning of the above is not that the advance shall be fully covered by collections, but as near as you can. ... in future on the whole debt and only allow the mortgagor the rents received for the unsold moiety and nothing in respect of interest on the money received and employed by the mortgagee? I think ...

  • Taylor v. Wallbridge, , 2 S.C.R. 616 (1879)

    ... case-and is, after all, only "evidence," and does not in any view amount to "estoppel." The meaning that must be attached to it is only that he had put himself in his brother's power as to this land ...The whole consideration for "the whole estate, or for the moiety, or third or some definite part of the whole, must be paid-the contribution or payment of a sum of ...