Shifting attitudes to injunctions in patent cases
Final injunctions for successful parties in patent cases in Europe have generally been seen as automatic. But, as Stephen Bennett, Stanislas Roux-Vaillard and Christian Mammen explain, attitudes are evolving
Until relatively recently, the question of whether a final injunction should be granted to a patentee who has succeeded at trial has not really troubled the courts of Europe. Although the Continental European civil law systems and the common law...
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