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MinterEllison | Australia | 6 Dec 2023

Fourth time unlucky? Dualcorp issue estoppel prevents re-agitation in adjudications

Dualcorp issue estoppel, which prevents the re-agitation of issues that have already been determined, is applicable to matters under the Building…
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Fieldfisher | United Kingdom | 19 Sep 2023

English High Court confirms that franchisor validly denied franchisee its renewal for failing to provide accounts

The High Court recently considered the validity of a franchisor's counter notice opposing the extension of a franchise agreement. In the case of Winkworth Franchising Ltd v Goble, the franchisee had failed to provide accounts within the time frame required under the agreement. By way of summary judgement, the Court granted a declaration in favour of the franchisor.
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Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm | India | 18 Sep 2023

The principle of estoppel has to be restricted to its legitimate boundaries: Delhi High Court

The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in the case of Zenith Dance Institute Pvt. Ltd. vs. Zenith Dancing And Music held that the principle of estoppel also…
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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 24 May 2023

Enforcing Promises - Proprietary Estoppel (Latest Caselaw)

Claims for proprietary estoppel can arise when a party is given a promise or assurance of an interest in a property or land, they rely on that…
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Morrison & Foerster LLP | USA | 18 Apr 2023

Last Week In The Federal Circuit (April 10 - April 14): IPR Statutory Estoppel, In Two Acts

If the scope of the IPR estoppel statute has been keeping you up at night, our latest case of the (recent) week might help you sleep a little better…
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Duane Morris LLP | USA | 13 Apr 2023

Finding Needles in a Haystack and Driving Down One-Way Streets: Recent Developments in the Application of Estoppel in Patent Proceedings

Inter partes review (IPR) before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) presents an alternative and more expedient forum for a petitioner to…
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McDermott Will & Emery | USA | 13 Apr 2023

Console Yourself: Patent Owner Bears IPR Estoppel Burden

Addressing for the first time the standard and burden of proof for the “reasonably could have raised” requirement for inter partes review (IPR)…
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Parkside Chambers | Hong Kong | 22 Feb 2023

Successful Defence in Common Intention Constructive Trust and Proprietary Estoppel Claims

Jonathan Ah-weng and Bernard Lam, instructed by Boase Cohen Collins, successfully resisted claims based on common intention constructive trust…
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GEVERS | European Union | 9 Jan 2023

Doctrine of equivalents and prosecution history estoppel: why does the wording of patent claims matter?

🕑 4 minutes According to the European Patent Convention and its Protocol on Interpretation, patent claims should be interpreted by adopting a balanced approach that combines fair protection for the patent holder with a reasonable degree of certainty for third parties. This article discusses how patent claims are interpreted in light of two important legal principles: the doctrine of......
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LexOrbis | India | 29 Oct 2022

Doctrine Of Promissory Estoppel And Its Application Against Government - An Explainer

The doctrine of promissory estoppel is an equitable doctrine evolved by equity to prevent injustice. The doctrine estops the promisor to retract from…
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