A decision of Mr Justice Arnold issued this week in the Patents Court.
It’s a mostly straightforward case of patent infringement and validity in the
field of catalysts for hydrocarbon conversion, but containing couple of
interesting points on correction and amendment. The decision is Compactgtl Ltd v Velocys Plc & Ors  EWHC
|Mr Justice Arnold held patents |
valid when amended, and infringed
While the two times can be converted to one another, the values of residence time and contact time would be quite different. For example, the examples included a contact time of 3 seconds which would equate to a residence time of 35 seconds, while a contact time of 1 second equated to a residence time of 12.5 seconds.