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Doctrine of Equivalents Challenged in Singapore

Issued: July 31 2018

A recent decision by the Singapore Court of Appeal reaffirmed Singapore’s law on patent construction and clarified the Singapore position in relation to a recent UK Supreme Court’s decision. Gladys Mirandah and Jehanna Ruth Huerto explain.

 

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