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Friday 24 June 2011

Squeeze argument (supplementary)

A way in which a putative patent infringer argues that a claim should be narrowly construed, invoking issues that go to the validity of the claim such as novelty, obviousness or insufficiency to "squeeze" its scope. The High Court of England and Wales has held that such arguments have no place in trade mark infringement cases (Hasbro v 123 Nahrmittel [2011] EWHC 199 (Ch)).

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