UK Court grants SEP injunction: TQ Delta v ZyXEL

UK Court shows it is prepared to manage SEP cases efficiently and grant injunctions on SEPs when warranted.

02 April 2019

Supreme Court holds Dosage Regime Patent Obvious

Today in Actavis v ICOS the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the ICOS patent for a Tadalafil dosing regime was invalid. Lord Hodge gave the only judgment, with Lady Hale, Lord Kerr, Lord Sumption and Lord Briggs in agreement. The case attracted ...

27 March 2019

Patents: infringement by equivalence

The High Court has held that a patent was invalid as anticipated by a prior disclosure by the patent owner and obvious over an item of cited prior art.

05 March 2019

Patents: UK jurisdiction over global FRAND licence

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the UK Patents Court has jurisdiction to try a claim for infringement of UK standard essential patents against Chinese as well as UK defendants where the relief sought was a global fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory ...

05 March 2019

Singapore High Court has power to revoke patents

The Singapore High Court's decision on patents has now been reversed by the Court of Appeal, which has held that the High Court has the power to hear applications for patent revocation and to revoke patents.

31 January 2019