In Louver-Lite v Harris Parts Ltd ([2012] EWPPC 53, November 23 2012), HHJ Birss QC, sitting in the Patents County Court, has held that the claimant’s Community registered design for the headrail of a window blind was valid and infringed by the defendant’s headrail product.

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