Intel Corporation v Via Technologies Inc, Elitegroup Computer Systems (UK) Ltd Via Technologies Inc , Via Technologies (Europe) Ltd, Realtime Distribution Ltd: CA 20 Dec 2002

Infringement of patents.
Held: With regard in particular to competition law claims (or defences), where the area of law is in the course of development the court should be cautious ‘to assume that it is beyond argument with real prospect of success that the existing case law will not be extended or modified’ so as to encompass the basis of argument advanced.
The Vice-Chancellor Lord Justice Mummery Lord Justice Tuckey
[2002] EWCA Civ 1905, [2002] All ER (D) 346, [2003] FSR 33
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromIntel Corporation v Via Technologies Inc and others ChD 14-Jun-2002
The claimant sought damages for patent infringement. The respondent asserted that the refusal to licence the patent amounted to an abuse of its dominant position. Complaint had also been brought in the US.
Held: The licence offered by Intel . .

Cited by:
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CitedSel-Imperial Ltd v The British Standards Institution ChD 23-Apr-2010
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Updated: 09 January 2021; Ref: scu.178544