Canadian Court Issues Injunction Ordering AlCana to Return Tekmira Documents, Information | GenomeWeb

By Doug Macron

Tekmira Pharmaceuticals this week scored a victory in its technology-misappropriation lawsuit against Alnylam Pharmaceuticals and AlCana Technologies, announcing that a British Columbia court has granted its request for an injunction ordering AlCana to return confidential documents and materials to Tekmira in advance of a trial.

The injunction also orders AlCana to disclose “every person and corporation to whom the information was provided or communicated,” Tekmira said.

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