Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v David Moseley and Sons Ltd: CA 1904

Swinfen Eady J’s decision was upheld.


(1904) 21 RPC 274


England and Wales


Appeal fromDunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v David Moseley and Sons Ltd ChD 1903
The defendant sold tyre covers which were an essential feature of a combination patent for tyres and rims. The tyre covers were adapted for use in the manner described in the patent, but not necessarily solely for use in that manner. The plaintiffs . .

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CitedCBS Songs Ltd v Amstrad Consumer Electronics Plc HL 12-May-1988
The plaintiffs as representatives sought to restrain Amstrad selling equipment with two cassette decks without taking precautions which would reasonably ensure that their copyrights would not be infringed by its users.
Held: Amstrad could only . .
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Updated: 07 May 2022; Ref: scu.267931