Amisa Khan is focused on intellectual property litigation, particularly proceedings under the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations as well as trademark matters.
Amisa has Dual Canadian and American J.D. Degrees from the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy. Before law school, Amisa earned an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Honours Life Sciences from McMaster University. During her senior year at McMaster University, Amisa completed her thesis on the effect of kin recognition on male and female reproductive allocation in A. artemiisifolia plants which yielded significant results. Throughout law school, honing her passion for litigation, Amisa engaged in competitive mooting dealing with a wide latitude of issues centered on American and Canadian legislation. During her professional career, Amisa has served as an executive member-at-large of the intellectual property section of the Ontario Bar Association.
- H.B.Sc., McMaster University
- J.D., University of Detroit Mercy
- J.D., University of Windsor
- Ontario, 2017
Action under the new Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations regarding Patent Nos. 2,344,318 and 2,743,326 (daptomycin)
Action under the new Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations regarding Patent Nos. 2,762,013 and 2,620,380 (pirfenidone)
Action under the new Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations regarding Patent No. 2,937,365 (pirfenidone)
Action under the new Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations regarding Patent No. 2,620,380 (pirfenidone)
Mingquan Zhang, Ph.D.
Meghan A. Dureen, Ph.D.
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