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In particular, the judgment is expected to clarify the way that certain design conventions used in CRDs should be interpreted, an issue which has been decisive in a number of important Court of Appeal decisions. It is also the IPKat policy that comments should not be made completely anonymously, and users should use a consistent name or pseudonym (which should not itself be defamatory or obscene, or that of another real person), either in the "identity" field, or at the beginning of the comment. Whilst the registered design system can seem quite straightforward, the Trunki decision shows that interpreting registered designs and the protection they afford can be far from straightforward.

Reliance on a purported technical effect for inventive step (interpreting G 2/21) The Enlarged Board of Appeal’s decision G 2/21 was noted for the abstract criteria it set for relying on post-published evidence to support an inventive step. We are devastated and bewildered by this judgement, not just for ourselves but for the huge wave of uncertainty it brings to designers across Britain," he said.The High Court Judge found that the RCD was “evidently for the shape of the suitcase” and therefore ignored the decorations on the Kiddee Case. This case emphasises that design registrations exist to protect the specific aesthetic design of a product and nothing more.

If, as in the case of the CRD, an applicant for a Community Registered Design elects to submit CADs of an item, whose main body appears as a uniform grey, but which has a black strip, a black strap and black wheels, the natural inference is that the components shown in black are intended to be in a contrasting colour to that of the main body. Magmatic’s Trunki case, an animal like ride-on children’s suitcase, has been a huge commercial success, and can be seen for instance in airports around the world. In deciding the merits between the two interpretations of the Trunki CRD, Lord Neuberger came back to the issue of choice (this Kat was continually reminded of Lord Diplock's classic statement in Catnic: " My Lords, a patent specification is a unilateral statement by the patentee, in words of his own choosing, addressed to those likely to have a practical interest in the subject matter of his invention (i. As the makers of Trunki have found to their cost, if the images of a design registration include unnecessary features then the resulting scope of protection may be unduly limited. With carry handles, a tow strap, horn grips and secure internal straps, you can pack your favourite toys and clothes in the case, lock the catches and you are ready to go!Comapring the respective shapes alone, and ignoring the markings on the side and the eyes at the front, he found that there had been infringement. Judge Lord Neuberger stated that the court had come to it’s conclusion because the court case was about a design, rather than an idea. More broadly, it is for an applicant to make clear what is included and what is excluded in a registered design, and he has wide freedom as to the means he uses. Novelty can then be attributed to changes in ornamentation whereas the entitlement of the design corpus for novelty/individual character rights can rightfully be preserved for the prior art shape? However, when determining this, one must take into account the degree of freedom of the designer, when designing the allegedly infringing article.

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