Canadian Lawyer InHouse

February/March 2021

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PM#41261516 WWW.CANADIANLAWYERMAG.COM/INHOUSE ISSUE 16.01 SPOTLIGHT ON LIFE SCIENCES Pfizer's legal team navigates the challenges of bringing COVID vaccine to market PATENT EXTENSION AMENDMENTS Extensions of time at the Canadian Patent Office become harder to obtain CORPORATE COUNSEL SURVEY Volume of work most significant challenge for in-house counsel GCs keep their fingers on the pulse at a time of disruption VIEWS 2021 Rob Van Walleghem Trans Mountain Corporation Sue-Lynn Noel Purolator Inc. "I always say that, without data, you're flying blind. It'll be good to have a very disciplined approach to decision-making that's based on data that we have across all of our contracts with our customers and our vendors." "Our expansion project has probably been the most scrutinized and reviewed energy project in Canadian history and that's OK because we believe we're setting new standards for delivery of major infrastructure projects in our country, so we embrace the regulatory environment within which we operate."

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