Proceedings may be brought in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court1 only where the amount or value of a claim is made for damages or an account of profits does not exceed £500,0002, unless the parties agree that the Court has jurisdiction to award damages or profits in excess of that sum3. Proceedings before the Court are dealt with by an enterprise judge or a District Judge4. The provisions of the Civil Procedure Rules relating to the bringing of intellectual property claims5
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