In a claim for infringement of a patent, an injunction for the remaining life of the patent will be granted after trial1 against a defendant who has infringed or threatened to infringe a claim not found to be invalid2, unless the circumstances negative the probability of infringement in the future3 or the grant of an injunction would be oppressive4. Normally5 such an injunction would be against infringement of the patent generally6. Where an entry is made in the register that licences under a patent are available as of right7, no injunction may be granted, unless the proceedings are for
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