Chiron Corporation v Organon Teknika (No 2): CA 1993

Section 44 could be used in a patent contract dispute even though the patent at issue was governed by the law of a foreign state which would not itself have applied that section.
[1993] FSR 567
Patents Act 1977 44
England and Wales
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See AlsoChiron Corporation v Organon Teknika Ltd; Same v Murex Diagnostics (No 7) ChD 17-Feb-1994
The issue of loss in a prior patent challenge is res judicata in later proceedings despite the presence of experimental difficulties leading to ipossibly severe time limits. A patent applicant has no duty to inform the Patent Office of matters . .
See AlsoChiron Corporation and Others v Murex Diagnostics Ltd CA 14-Oct-1994
ECJ judgments make a UK court functus officio only after their full judgment has been delivered. Where judgment had already been given, it was no longer possible for the defendant in an action to seek a reference to the European Court on refusal of . .
See AlsoChiron Corporation and Others v Murex Diagnostics Ltd (No 11) ChD 15-Mar-1996
A large interim award of damages can be proper if it is less than the likely damages which would be awarded at trial despite their remaining outstanding issues of fact to be decided. . .

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Updated: 21 June 2021; Ref: scu.450168