Infringement in UK Law

  • Norwich Pharmacal Company v Commissioners of Customs and Excise
    • House of Lords
    • 26 Junho 1973
    ... ... None of these were licensed by the Appellants. Each of these consignments therefore involved a tortious infringement of their right. The Appellants have tried, but with little success, to discover the identity of the importers ... 2 When any goods are imported ... ...
  • Pearce v Ove Arup Partnership Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 Janeiro 1999
    ... ... It is accepted on his behalf that a damages claim for infringement of his United Kingdom copyright would be statute barred, although the possibility of claiming an injunction is forensically retained. The main claim ... ...
  • Hearst Holdings Inc. v AVELA Inc.
    • Chancery Division
    • 25 Fevereiro 2014
    ... ... 177 Conclusion on trade mark infringement in the UK 191 ... ...
  • Kirin-Amgen v Hoechst Marion Roussel Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 21 Outubro 2004
    ... ... 2 These appeals arise out of a dispute concerning both the validity and infringement of the patent between Amgen and two other pharmaceutical companies. Transkaryotic Therapies Inc ("TKT") is a Massachusetts corporation. It has also ... ...
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd v Zodiac Seats UK Ltd (formerly known as Contour Aerospace Ltd)
    • Supreme Court
    • 03 Julho 2013
    ... ... 1 In this case, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd wishes to recover damages exceeding £49,000,000 for the infringement of a European Patent which does not exist in the form said to have been infringed. The Technical Board of Appeal ("TBA") of the European Patent ... ...
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and Others v David Harris and Others
    • Chancery Division
    • 05 Fevereiro 2013
    ... ... 1 The question raised by this case is whether a copyright owner has a proprietary claim to money derived from infringement of the copyright. Background ... 2 The claimants ("the Studios") are the members of the ... ...
  • Ashdown v Telegraph Group Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 18 Julho 2001
    ... ... Ashdown's Counsel virtually conceded that the items on pages 1 and 33, had they stood alone, would not have been actionable as copyright infringement. The thrust of the attack based on infringement was directed to the main story on pages 4 and 5, which contained several verbatim quotations from the ... ...
  • Unilever Plc v Procter and Gamble Company
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 28 Outubro 1999
    ... ... view the essential issue is whether or not the manufacture and sale of a product known as Persil Performance Tablets would constitute an infringement of Procter & Gamble's patent ... 7 Opposition proceedings (initiated by a German company, Henkel) have been taking place in the European Patent ... ...
  • Newspaper Licensing Agency v Marks & Spencer Plc
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 26 Maio 2000
    ... ... the typographical arrangements of published editions of newspapers and sought an injunction and an inquiry as to damages for copyright infringement. M&S denied any infringement and counterclaimed for a declaration that what it did was not an infringement of the NLA's copyright and constituted ... ...
  • Atherton v British Insulated and Helsby Cables Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 11 Dezembro 1925
    ... ... being, comment upon the remarkable fact, that if all this be accepted it must have been known in 1913 when proceedings were taken for infringement, for it may be accepted that the document is badly drawn and it is neither surprising that this House found the patent bad nor that Lord Dunedin ... ...
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