||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 25 (Sep)
||Anthony Watson QC (instructed by Taylor Joynson Garrett) for Amgen.
||David Kitchin QC and Richard Meade (instructed by Bird & Bird) for TKT.
||13 September 2001
Patent - Infringement - Injunction - Order for delivery up - Form of order - Claimant obtaining judgment in patent action - Claimant applying for injunction to restrain defendants from infringing patent - Claimant applying for delivery up and destruction of infringing article - Whether unqualified order appropriate - s 61(1).
Following judgment in proceedings for patent infringement, the court ruled that, in the absence of exceptional grounds on which to justify departure from the usual form of order, the unqualified relief sought by the claimant would be granted.
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