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DK – Lundbeck v. Pharma Change & Actavis

Posted: November 26th, 2009

Lundbeck a/S vs. Pharma Change Aps & Actavis A/S., Danish Enforcement Court of Helsingor, 26 November 2009, Docket No. FS FO-9921/2009, with thanks to Anders Valentin, Horten After having initially filed an application for an inter partes injunction prohibiting the wholesaler Pharma Change Aps to sell or use a pharmaceutical containing a specific API (Active […]

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UK – LEO Pharma v. Sandoz Limited / Appeal

Posted: November 17th, 2009

LEO Pharma A/S and LEO Laboratories Limited v. Sandoz Limited, invalidity proceedings, High Court of Justice, Court of Appeal (Civil Division), UK, 17 November 2009, Docket No. No: A3/2009/131, with thanks to Marc Döring and Rowan Freeland, Simmons & Simmons Unusual obviousness attack (that is, where the skilled person would have come upon the invention […]

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About our Banner

Posted: November 17th, 2009

Have you been wondering what the picture in our banner is? It is part of a patent drawing from Thomas Edison’s patent on an electric fluorescent lamp. Why did we pick this picture? Well, almost every website, conference, book, etc. about patents and innovation seems to have a light bulb as decoration. Our image refers […]

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ES – Janssen v. Teva – Galantamine / Interim Injunction Appeal

Posted: November 16th, 2009

Janssen Pharmaceutica NV & Janssen-Cilag, S.A. v.Teva Genéricos Española, S.L., Court of Appeal (28th Section), Madrid, Spain, 16 November 2009, Docket No. 184/09 Section 28 of the Court of Appeal of Madrid has recently confirmed the first instance decision ordering Teva Genéricos Española (Teva) to temporarily refrain from commercializing in Spain generic drugs with the […]

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FR – S.A. GenOway v. S.A. Cellectis

Posted: November 12th, 2009

S.A. GenOway v. S.A. CELLECTIS, termination of license agreement, Tribunal de Grande Instance, Paris, France, 12 November 2009, Docket No. 09/00768, with thanks to Pierre Véron, Véron & Associés
Termination of a license agreement. Genoway failed to fulfil its contractual obligations by going beyond the rights that had been granted to it and by not complying with a marking obligation that cannot be considered as accessory or pointless.

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Exclusive jurisdiction Tribunal de Grande Instance (Paris)

Posted: November 3rd, 2009

With thanks to Pauline Debré, Bird&Bird As of November 1, 2009, the Tribunal de Grande Instance in Paris (the first instance court) has exclusive jurisdiction for all patent actions brought in France. The change results from of Decree n° 2009-1205, which was issued on October 9, 2009. The Decree applies to patents, utility certificates, supplementary […]

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FR – Evac v. Jets Vacuum

Posted: October 29th, 2009

Evac c.s. v. Jets Vacuum, infringement proceedings, Tribunal de Grande Instance, Paris, France, 29 October 2009, Docket No. 09/01558, with thanks to Pierre Véron, Véron & Associés The Tribunal holds that by offering to deliver in December 2006 means suited and intended to implement the process covered by Evac’s European patent No. 0 333 045 […]

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Contact

Posted: September 29th, 2009

Should you have any comments, suggestions, cases, etc. please feel free to contact us at: editor@eplawpatentblog.com

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Editorial Board

Posted: September 29th, 2009

The Editorial Board of the EPLAW Patent Blog consists of the following patent specialists: Austria Dominik Goebel -correspondent- (Gassauer-Fleissner Rechtsanwälte)   Belgium  Carina Gommers (HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER) Philippe de Jong (Altius) Philippe Campolini (Simont Braun) Christophe Ronse (Altius)   Denmark Anders Valentin (Horten) Finland Johanna Lilja (Roschier) France Pauline Debre (Linklaters) Gwendal Barbaut (Independent Advisor) Stanislas Roux Vaillard (Hogan […]

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Advisory Board

Posted: September 29th, 2009

The EPLAW Patent Blog Advisory Board helps define the editorial policy of the blog and ensures its quality. The Advisory Board consists of the following high-profile patent specialists:  – The Rt Hon. Professor Sir Robin Jacob, Sir Hugh Laddie Chair in intellectual property at University College London – Dr. Jochen Pagenberg (Bardehle Pagenberg) – Mr. […]

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