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Occasional, adventitious infringement may not be enough to prove
In Hoechst Celanese Corporation v BP Chemicals
Limited the Court considered...
A pensionable salary definition had been worsened for future
service. The trustees argued amongst other things that they could
On 26th April 1999 the new Civil Procedure Rules came into force.
They represent the most radical overhaul of the English legal
system this century....
The SEC has announced proposals to make it more difficult for
foreign companies to use the Rule 144A exemption to US Securities
Act registration requirements...
Account of profits: not a good idea!
In Celanese International Corporation v BP
Chemicals Limited BP had been found to infringe a patent for
, sitting en banc (Whitford
and Falconer JJ) in Wyeth and... English Patents Court sitting
en banc would not be
This can, in certain circumstances, be both a tricky and
contentious area. A landlord will want to think very carefully as
to its future...
EPO decision of validity not final; UK Patent Office
In last year’s Patent Review we reviewed
Beloit v Valment and Lenzing in which the English...
Expert witnesses; and primers and process descriptions and time
estimates; and use of evidence in foreign proceedings
The responsibilities of, and the...
Partner Chris Williams of Cameron McKenna recently hosted a unique
urban planning visit from the State Council of The People's
Republic of China. The...
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