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Australia’s High Court rules on contributory patent infringement

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

An Australian businessman has lost his long-running battle against the government of the Northern Territories in Australia over contributory patent infringement

"The case is very relevant to people who provide components or products that will be used in an infringing manner", according to Kim O'Connell, a partner of Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Sydney.

Vincent Collins owns a patent for "a process...

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