Wildash v Klein

JurisdictionNorthern Territory
CourtSupreme Court
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3 cases
  • Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 16 Diciembre 2009
    ...might be played with, but it still, apparently, had strong purely visual appeal which might be enjoyed as such. Similarly, the Critters in Wildash had other functions, but they still had strong purely visual appeal. It explains why the Frisbee itself should be excluded from the category, al......
  • Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth
    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 27 Julio 2011
    ...Metix (UK) Ltd v G H Maughan (Plastics) Ltd [1997] FSR 718; and of Angel J (sitting in the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory) in Wildash v Klein (2004) 61 IPR 29 Before discussing these four cases it is appropriate to make a further brief reference to the decision of the House of Lor......
  • Lucasfilm Ltd v Ainsworth
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 31 Julio 2008
    ...whether or not it succeeds in doing so, and that must to some extent be the purpose of the creation of the article. 117 Wildash v Klein (2004) 61 IPR 324 is an Australian case concerning “Critters”. depictions of animals made with adorned wire. Angel J set out Australian authority indicat......

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