||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 150 (Apr)
||Anthony Watson QC, Andrew Waugh QC and Colin Birss (instructed by Taylor Joynson Garrett) for the Amgen parties.
||Simon Thorley QC, Michael Tappin and Iona Berkeley (instructed by Herbert Smith) for the Roche parties.
||David Kitchin QC and Richard Meade (instructed by Bird & Bird) for the TKT parties.
||11 April 2001
Patent - Infringement - Validity of patent - Patents relating to protein erythropoietin - Whether patents should be revoked.
The court gave judgment in a number of conjoined patent actions relating to the protein erythropoietin having heard argument on a number of different points, some of which were of general significance in the field of patent law, and especially in the field of genetic engineering patents.
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