Norwich Pharmacal Co and others v Customs and Excise Commissioners: ChD 1972

The court considered an application for an order that the other party identify third party wrong-doers.
[1972] 1 All ER 972
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal from (revresed)Norwich Pharmacal Co and others v Customs and Excise Commissioners CA 2-Jan-1972
The plaintiffs sought discovery of the names of patent infringers from the defendant third party, submitting that by analogy with trade mark and passing-off cases, the Customs could be ordered to give discovery of the names.
Held: Buckley LJ . .
[1972] 2 All ER 813, [1972] RPC 743
At First InstanceNorwich Pharmacal Co and others v Customs and Excise Commissioners HL 26-Jun-1973
The plaintiffs sought discovery from the defendants of documents received by them innocently in the exercise of their statutory functions. They sought to identify people who had been importing drugs unlawfully manufactured in breach of their . .
[1974] AC 133, [1973] 3 WLR 164, [1973] 2 All ER 943, [1973] UKHL 6, [1974] RPC 101, [1973] FSR 365

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Updated: 13 December 2020; Ref: scu.239095