||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 37 (Oct)
|| EWHC 326 (TCC)
||Queen's Bench Division, Technology and Construction Court
Judge David Wilcox sitting as a judge of the high court
||Robert Onslow, Lucie Briggs and Osma Rajah (instructed by Gibson Dunn and Crutcher LLP) for the claimant and the third party.
||Jeremy Reed and Thomas St Quintin (instructed by JP Mitchell) for the defendant.
||26 February 2010
Contract - Breach - Injunction - Claimant software company bringing action for breach of contract against defendant software company and obtaining interim relief - Whether defendant in breach of contract - Whether claimant in breach of copyright - Whether interim relief should be discharged - .
Contract Breach. The Technology and Construction Court held, in dismissing the claimants' substantive claim and its claim for interim relief, that the defendant was not in breach of its contractual and implied obligations to the claimants. Further, the claimants had authorised acts of infringement in the UK of the defendant's copyright in a piece of software and were liable to pay the defendant substantial damages.
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