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Shifting Attitudes to Injunctions in Patent Cases

February 2015

Managing Intellectual Property
Until relatively recently, the question of whether a final injunction should be granted to a patentee who has succeeded at trial has not really troubled the courts of Europe. Although the Continental European civil law systems and the common law systems have approached the issue from different starting points, the outcome has been overwhelmingly the same: injunctions are granted to successful patentees at the end of trial as a matter of course.


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