EIPR – The scope of registered design protection following Magmatic v PMS International

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The 2014 Court of Appeal decision in Magmatic Ltd v PMS International Ltd is the latest in a line of cases in which the Court has found non-infringement of a registered design on the basis of the overall impression test. Alexander Borthwick examines the scope of RD protection in light of Magmatic in the recent issue of the European Intellectual Property Review.“,”drop_cap”:”no”,”typography_typography”:”custom”,”typography_letter_spacing”:{“unit”:”px”,”size”:”0″},”typography_font_size”:{“unit”:”px”,”size”:”18″},”size”:”18″,”typography_font_weight”:”400″,”typography_line_height”:{“unit”:”px”,”size”:”28″},”title_color”:”#4b2771″,”text_color”:”#4b2771″,”color”:”#4b2771″,”align”:”start”},”widgetType”:”text-editor”}],”isInner”:false}],”isInner”:false}]