Wakefield v Duke of Buccleugh: 1865

The practice of taking undertakings from a party at an interlocutory hearing: ‘aided the court in doing that which was its great object, viz. abstaining from expressing any opinion upon the merits of the case until the hearing.’
(1865) 12 LT 628
England and Wales
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CitedAmerican Cyanamid Co v Ethicon Ltd HL 5-Feb-1975
Interim Injunctions in Patents Cases
The plaintiffs brought proceedings for infringement of their patent. The proceedings were defended. The plaintiffs obtained an interim injunction to prevent the defendants infringing their patent, but they now appealed its discharge by the Court of . .

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Updated: 11 February 2021; Ref: scu.181813