Mr C Birss (Taylor Wessing) for the claimants; Mr R Miller QC (Clifford Chance) for the defendant.
Per Jacob LJ (all concurring):
The patentee (‘Pharmacia’
) appealed against the deputy judge’s finding that claim 1 of Pharmacia’s patent..
Mr K Garnett QC (Davenport Lyons) for the claimant/ appellant; Mr I Mill QC and Ms S Fatima (Clintons) for the defendant/respondent.
Per Lloyd J (all concurring):
The present appeal involved copyright issues to be settled under..
Mr H Carr QC and Mr D Campbell (Wragge & Co) for the claimant; Mr R Arnold QC and Mr T Moody-Stuart (Willoughby & Partners) for the defendant.
Dyson claimed that Qualtex had infringed design right..
Mr J Mellor (Lane & Partners) for the appellant opponent; Mr G Tritton (Withers) for the respondent applicant.
La Mer had applied to the Registrar for revocation of two of Goemar’s registered trade marks: LABORATOIRE DE..
Mr R Arnold QC (Eversheds) for the claimant; Mr R Miller QC and Miss D McFarland (Clive Sutton) for the defendants.
The claimant applied for summary judgment in its claim for infringement of performers’ rights by..
Mr G Hobbs QC and Mr G Hamer (Harold Benjamin) for the claimants; Mr P Prescott QC and Ms I Berkeley (Edwards Geldard) for the defendants.
The subject of this litigation was an additive for thin..
Mr M Howe (Arnold & Porter) for the claimant; Mr J Mellor and Miss J Bowhill (Wedlake Bell) for the defendant.
The claimant had unsuccessfully claimed that the defendant had copied front covers and internal pages..
Mr T Mitcheson (Elkington & Fife) for the appellant; Dr M Tappin (Treasury Solicitors) for the respondent.
The invention was concerned with hydrophobic silica. According to the examiner, two items of prior art disclosed pyrogenic silica..
Mr R Miller QC and Mr T Hinchliffe (Eversheds) for the claimant/Part 20 defendant; Mr J Baldwin QC and Mr P Acland (McDermott Will & Emery) for the defendant/Part 20 claimant.
In a dispute over whether..
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