Supreme Court sets limits to ‘freedom to operate’ defence in design cases
Relying on the ‘freedom to operate’ defence based on a prior unprotected design is not possible if the owner of the asserted design successfully claims an exception to loss of novelty over the earlier-disclosed design.
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