Bromhead Johnson v Baillie & Others
Wednesday 2 July 2014
This was a claim against a patent attorney who was sued for failing to advise that broad patent protection could not be obtained for a new glow-in-the-dark product called DualGlo. It was claimed that this had resulted in very substantial losses sustained by the company and its backers.
Amongst other matters the case involved complex issues concerning science and intellectual property law and procedure.
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