The IPKat noticed the following on the Court Service's listings website

Take notice that on THURSDAY 26 JANUARY, 2006 in COURT 69, at 10 O'CLOCK, Judgment will be given in the following.
From The Chancery Division
A3/2004/2448 Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV -v- Remington Consumer Products Ltd & anr.
The IPKat believes that this judgment concerns protection of the "clover-leaf" element of Philips' shaver as a trade mark. He hopes to bring you further information on Thursday.
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