White SW Computer Law
Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Lawyers
Melbourne Office - PO Box 452, COLLINS STREET WEST Victoria 8007 Australia
Sydney Office - GPO Box 2506, SYDNEY New South Wales 2001 Australia
Telephone: Melbourne Office - +61 3 9629 3709 Sydney Office - +61 2 9233 2600
Facsimile: Melbourne Office - +61 3 9629 3217 Sydney Office - +61 2 9233 3044
Email: wcl@computerlaw.com.au Internet: http://www.computerlaw.com.au

User Tools

Site Tools


injunctions

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
injunctions [2011/07/07 18:16]
steve
injunctions [2011/07/07 18:19]
steve
Line 1: Line 1:
 ====== Injunctions ====== ====== Injunctions ======
 ====== Cases ====== ====== Cases ======
-  * [[http://​www.bailii.org/​uk/​cases/​UKHL/​1975/​1.html|February 5, 1975 - American Cyanamid Co (No 1) v Ethicon Ltd [1975] UKHL 1]] Leading UK decision on injunctions +  * [[http://​www.bailii.org/​uk/​cases/​UKHL/​1975/​1.html|February 5, 1975 - American Cyanamid Co (No 1) v Ethicon Ltd [1975] UKHL 1]] 
-    * "a **serious question** to be tried"​ +    * Leading UK decision on injunctions 
-    * "​balance of convenience"​ +    ​* concerned a patent for the use as absorbable surgical sutures of filaments made of a particular kind of chain polymer known as " a polyhydroxyacetic ester" ("​PHAE"​). These are sutures of a kind that disintegrate and are absorbed by the human body once they have served their purpose 
-    * undertaking as to damages ​+    * The case determined the benchmark for an an interlocutory injunction 
 +      ​* "a **serious question** to be tried"​ 
 +      * "​balance of convenience"​ 
 +      * undertaking as to damages ​ 
 +    * This case was a [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Quia_timet|quia timet]] injunction.
   ​   ​
  

  © White SW Computer Law 1994-2019. ABN 94 669 684 644. All Rights Reserved.
  Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
  This website is a guide only and should not be used as a substitute for proper legal advice.
  Readers should make their own enquiries and seek appropriate legal advice.
  For legal advice please email wcl@computerlaw.com.au