Sex and Bondage and Design Right

The Court found that the shape and configuration of the device which was a sling type thing was original within the meaning of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 and in particular section 213 however she found that there was no registered design in the sling as there was no evidence to suggest that the designer was an employee or the design was assigned therefore this part of the claim failed. Â

Case: Uwug Ltd and another v Derek Ball t/a RED [2013] EWPCC 35, 30 July 2013.

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