Case Comment

Adhesive Dry Mounting Co. v.
Trapp & Co.

citation(s): (1910), 27 R.P.C. 341, per Parker, J.

copyright 1997 Donald M. Cameron, Cameron MacKendrick LLP




The Decision

At p. 353:

"...if any relief was given against them, it could only be relief by way of injunction, not against infringing the patent, but against inviting other persons to infringe it by selling the pellicle expressly for the purpose of being used for mounting photographs. Such an injunction appears to have been granted in Innes v. Short, but this case, having regard to the decision of the Court of Appeal in Townsend v. Haworth appears to me to be of somewhat doubtful authority, and no such injunction is asked for in the statement of claim."

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