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(p. 669) 32. Remedies in intellectual property litigation 

(p. 669) 32. Remedies in intellectual property litigation
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(p. 669) 32. Remedies in intellectual property litigation
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Paul Torremans

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198734772.003.0032
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date: 04 December 2020

This chapter discusses the enforcement procedures used in relation to intellectual property rights, the civil remedies that apply, and some issues which arise in relation to the gathering of evidence in intellectual property cases. It identifies three essential elements in the relationship between intellectual property rights and remedies. First, there are the traditional remedies headed by damages that are normally granted at the trial. Second, intellectual property infringement often requires immediate action or a pre-emptive strike. Finally, gathering evidence that is vital for the full trial in an infringement case.

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