The following IP precedent produced in partnership with Dr Dominic Adair of Bristows LLP and Emma Irwin of Bristows LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
CLAIM No: [insert claim number]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND & WALES
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIST (ChD)
intellectual PROPERTY ENTERPRISE COURT]
[insert full name of claimant]
[[insert full name of second claimant]]
[insert full name of defendant]
[[insert full name of second defendant]]
Particulars of INFRINGEMENT
The following are the Particulars of Infringement of [United Kingdom patent [insert full patent number, eg GB…] OR European patent (UK) [insert full patent number, eg EP (UK)…]] (the Patent) referred to in the Particulars of Claim. The definitions used in the Particulars of Claim are used herein.
Prior to the date of issue of the Claim in this action but subsequent to the date of publication of the application for the Patent, the Defendant[s][ and each of them] [has OR have OR infringed and/or has OR have] threatened to and intend to infringe the Patent by doing and/or threatening to do the following acts in the United Kingdom without the consent of the Claimant:
[making, disposing of, offering to dispose of, using, importing or keeping whether for disposal or otherwise] [describe the product that is alleged to infringe with emphasis on why any variant product would be seen as infringing
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