Jane Glover Barrister – Mediator – Adjudicator
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RARE SIGHTING OF A PVR INFRINGEMENT CASE – AND MUCH, MUCH MORE

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Perhaps I am just over-excited, but I’m going out on a limb here and declaring Zespri Group Ltd v Gao [2020] NZHC 109 the must-read IP decision of 2020. Yes, already. Even if it’s appealed, it is unlikely that the appeal decision will have the same immediacy or impact. By New Zealand case law standards (at least outside of the criminal law), this one is essentially a John LeCarré...

Interim injunctions and the tactical use of concessions

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Interim injunctions involve not only legal principles, but also a more visceral appeal to the judge’s perception of what is fair and right.  The judge needs to make the assessment quickly and on the basis of limited evidence.  Yet the decision is incredibly important and will often put an end to the entire case – especially in the IP context. As a result, interim injunction...

Jane Glover Barrister – Mediator – Adjudicator

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