||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 123 (Feb)
|| EWHC 3482 (Pat)
||Chancery Division, Patents Court
||Richard Meade QC and James Abrahams (instructed by Bird & Bird LLP) for the claimant.
||Daniel Alexander QC and Brian Nicholson (instructed by Bristows) for the defendant.
||18 January 2010
Patent - Infringement - Validity of patent - Obviousness - Claimant bringing revocation proceedings against defendant - Defendant bringing infringement proceedings against claimant - Claimant contending that defendant's patents obvious and/or anticipated in light of common general knowledge and prior art - Whether claimant infringing defendant's patents - Whether defendant's patents invalid.
Patent Infringement. A judge of the Chancery Division held that two of the defendant's patents, relating to cellular mobile phone technology, were invalid due to their obviousness with regard to the common general knowledge and prior art relied on by the claimant.
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