Following its denial of Actavis’ claim for declarations of non-infringement in respect of Eli Lilly’s European Patent, the Court of Appeal ruled on a number of procedural matters arising from that judgment.  These included the form of order for costs of the trial and the appeal; a reduction in an interim payment made by Lilly in the court below; a refusal to include a recital of a contractual undertaking in the order; and refusal of permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.

Case date: 30 June 2015
Case number: [2015] EWCA Civ 666
Court: Court of Appeal of England and Wales, Civil Division

A full summary of this case has been published on Kluwer IP Law.

 


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