Friday, 15 July 2011

Recent High Court cases

Like painting the Forth Bridge was supposed to be, regular podcasting never ends. I'm not aiming to produce a podcast on the 1st of the month - it's better to allow a period for reflection - and anyway I have another regular, every-other-month, commitment now, which I have been working at this week. Two big chunks of work out of the way.

A glance at my feeds reader this evening reveals that the High Court is already piling the work on for the next edition of the podcast. Here are brief summaries of a few cases with links to the reports.

Ranbaxy (UK) Ltd v Astrazeneca AB [2011] EWHC 1831 (Pat) (15 July 2011) Patent - declaration of non-infringement (granted) and revocation - counterclaim for infringement (failed).

Select Healthcare (UK) Ltd v Cromptons Healthcare Ltd & Anor [2011] EWHC 1830 (Pat) (15 July 2011) Patent - infringement - exclusive licence - countercalim for revocation (obviousness, insufficiency and added matter) - held obvious, not infringed.

Lewis v Client Connection Ltd. [2011] EWHC 1627 (Ch) (06 July 2011) Trade marks - "Money Saving Expert" v "Money Claiming Expert" - application for summary judgment granted.

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