Grounds of invalidity—patent infringement claim
Grounds of invalidity—patent infringement claim

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  • Grounds of invalidity—patent infringement claim

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Claim No: [insert claim number]

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND & WALES

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIST (ChD)

[Patents Court

OR

Intellectual Property Enterprise Court]

Between:

[insert name]

Claimant/Part 20 Defendant

and

[insert name]

First Defendant/Part 20 Claimant

[insert name]

Second Defendant/Part 20 Claimant

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Grounds of invalidity

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The following are the Grounds of Invalidity of [GB Patent OR European Patent (UK)][number] (the Patent) referred to in the Defence and Counterclaim served with these Grounds of Invalidity and upon which the Defendants/Part 20 Claimants will rely.

    1. 1

      The alleged invention as claimed in each and every claim of the Patent is not a patentable invention in that the subject matter was

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