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Hon. Roger T. Hughes (Ret.)

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The Honourable Justice Roger T. Hughes (Ret.) joins JAMS after over a decade of experience as a judge on the Federal Court (Canada).  A recognized expert in intellectual property matters, Justice Hughes brings the perspective of a longtime federal practitioner—as advocate, judge and neutral—to each of his matters.

ADR Experience and Qualifications

Justice Hughes has extensive experience in the resolution of complex disputes in the following areas:

  • Administrative Law
  • Arbitration
  • Engineering
  • Entertainment and Sports
  • Federal
  • Intellectual Property
  • Telecommunications
  • Indian Law

Representative Matters

Selected decisions in the Supreme Court of Canada include:

  • Aboriginal Law
    • Courtoreille v Canada, 2014 FC 1244
    • Coldwater Indian Band v Canada, 2013 FC 1138
    • Long Plain First Nation v Canada, 2012 FC 1474
    • Amahoose v Kehewan Cree Nation, 2010 FC 919
  • Action Against the Crown
    • Apotex v Canada, 2014 FC 1087
  • Administrative Law
    • Janssen Inc v Celltrion Healthcare, 2016 FC 651
    • ViV Healthcare v Apotex, 2014 FC 893
    • Karolinska Instutet v Canada, 2013 FC 715
    • Teva Neurosciencw v Canada, 2009 FC 1155
    • MC Imports v Canadian Food Inspection, 2010 FC 994
  • Broadcast
    • Telus Communication v Canada, 2014 FC 1157
    • Public Mobile v Canada, 2011 FC 267
  • Maritime
    • Platypus Marine v Ship Tatu, 2016 FC 501
    • Wells Fargo v Barge MLT-3, 2012 FC 738
  • Patent
    • Amgen Canada v Apotex, 2015 FC 1261
    • Bayer v Apotex, 2014 FC 403
    • Abbvie v Janssen, 2014 FC 55
    • E Mishan & Sons v Supertwk, 2014 FC 326
    • AstraZeneca v Apotex, 2010 FC 714
    • Merck v Pharmascience, 2010 FC 510
  • Patent Damage Calculation
    • Janssen v Teva, 2016 FC 593
    • Apotex v Merck, 2012 FC 1235
  • Trademarks
    • Victoria’s Secret v Thomas Pink, 2014 FC 76
    • Continental Teves v Professional Engineers, 2013 FC 801
    • HomeAway v Hrdlicke, 2012 FC 1487
    • Wonderfarm v Border Ladner, 2011 FC 117
    • Chamberlain v Lynx, 2010 FC 1287
  • Transportation
    • Canadian National Railway v Canada, 2011 FC 1201
    • Air Canada v Toronto Port Authority, 2010 FC 774
  • Registered Patent Agent
  • Past President, Intellectual Property Association of Canada
  • Fellow, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada
  • Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation, Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Certified Specialist in Intellectual Property Law, Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Past Director, Advocates’ Society

Publications

Author and co-author of numerous lectures, speeches and articles in the area of intellectual property, court practice and procedure.  Published works include:

  • Canadian Federal Courts Practice
  • Canadian Forms & Precedents - Intellectual Property
  • Copyright Legislation & Commentary
  • Federal Courts of Canada Service
  • Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Copyright
  • Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Patents, Trade Secrets and Industrial Designs
  • Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Trade-marks, Passing Off and Unfair Competition
  • Hughes on Copyright and Industrial Design
  • Hughes on Trade Marks
  • Patent Legislation & Commentary
  • Trademarks Act & Commentary
  • Appointed Judge of the Federal Court and ex officio member of the Federal Court of Appeal, 2005-2016
  • Appointed Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada, 2006-2016
  • Course Director, Master of Laws in Intellectual Property, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2000-2005
  • Appointed Queen’s Counsel, 1984
  • Called to Bar, Alberta, 1975
  • Partner, Sim, Hughes, Ashton & McKay and Sim McBurney, 1968-2005
  • Called to Bar, Ontario, 1968
  • Bachelor of Laws (JD), University of Toronto, 1966
  • Registered Professional Engineer, 1964
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering), Queen’s University, 1963

Counsel Comments

    ADR works best where parties, while disagreeing as to what the results should be, agree to take control of the process.

    -Hon. Roger T. Hughes (Ret.)

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    Specialties

    • Administrative Law
    • Arbitration
    • Engineering (Mechanical)
    • Entertainment and Sports
    • Federal Law
    • Indian Law
    • Intellectual Property
    • Telecommunications

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