Liardet And Adams v Johnson And Another: 5 Jul 1780

Lord Mansfield said: ‘The condition of giving encouragement is this: that you must specify upon record your invention in such a way as shall teach an artist, when your term is out, to make it – and to make it as well by your directions: for then at the end of the term, the public shall have benefit of it. The inventor has the benefit during the term, and the public have the benefit after …’
Lord Mansfield
[1780] EngR 75, (1780) 1 Y and CCC 527, (1780) 62 ER 1000
England and Wales
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CitedWarner-Lambert Company Llc v Generics (UK) Ltd (T/A Mylan) and Another SC 14-Nov-2018
These proceedings raise, for the first time in the courts of the United Kingdom, the question how the concepts of sufficiency and infringement are to be applied to a patent relating to a specified medical use of a known pharmaceutical compound. Four . .

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Updated: 22 October 2021; Ref: scu.372799