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Her Majesty’s Solicitor General v Dodd

[2014] FSR 27

Court: High Court
Michael Edenborough QC

An application for committal for contempt of court.  In a design right and registered design right infringement case (which was successful), the claimant's principal witnesses had given false evidence repeatedly about another, but eventually not pursued, cause of action.  The principal deponent was sent to prison for 6 months, and the other for 2 months.


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