The IPKat has come across a mysterious little case listed on the Court Service listings, concerning two of the foremost legal publishers. The entry reads:

Friday, 16 September 2005
At 9 o'clock
For Judgment
Application Notice
Wolters Kluwer (UK) Ltd t/a CCH v Reed Elsevier (UK) Ltd t/a LexisNexis Butterworths

This sounds to the IPKat like it could be an-IP related case, but details are not exactly thick on the ground. If anyone knows what this is about, the IPKat would be very interested to know.
A BIT OF A MYSTERY A BIT OF A MYSTERY Reviewed by Unknown on Thursday, September 15, 2005 Rating: 5

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