David Heller’s Publications & Speaking Engagements

Heller, D. & Pitkin, J. “Fifty Shades of Colour; Registering Colour Trademarks
Canadian Lawyer InHouse, Vol. 11, Issue 1, January 2016

Heller, D. & Langan, C. “Promises that can kill patents
Canadian Lawyer InHouse, Vol. 9, Issue 5, October 2014.

Heller D. & Agha, K. “Deep into the Genome: A Roundtable Discussion on IP, Patenting, and Personalized Medicine
BioBusiness, pp. 10-12, July/August 2012.

Heller, D. & Lee, J. “Amazon Finally Wins
Canadian Lawyer InHouse, Vol. 7, Issue 3, June/July 2012.

Heller, D. & Komarnicki, V. “Canada: Bar Raised for Attacking Patent Validity in Canada; Duty of Candour Narrowed
Mondaq, December 19, 2011.

Heller, D. & Lee, J. “Privilege continues to evade patent agents
The Lawyers Weekly, September 17, 2010.

Heller, D. & Boulakia, C. “Beware Of What Your Canadian Patent Lawyer Is Saying
APLF IP Law Bugle, March 2010.

Heller, D. & Roach M. The Role of Subsequent Entry Biologics – Intellectual Property 2008
XIV(2), 854-858.

David Heller and Adrian Zahl, “Proposed regulations to adjust generic balance
Managing Intellectual Property (Focus – Life Science: Canada), March 2005.

Heller, DJ and JD Wilson, “vHarvard Mouse Trapped: Transgenic higher life forms not patentable in Canada”
Carswell: Legal Alert, 21(11):82-85, 2003.

Heller, DJ, “Canada Rules That Transgenic Animals are Nonpatentable
Genetic Engineering News, 23(2): 6, 59, 60, 2003.

Heller, DJ, “Court allows patent on Harvard Mouse
Law Times, August 21, 2000.

Heller, DJ, “Will patents on plants be detrimental to the developing world.
Law Times, July 17, 2000.

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