R 0018/09 (Fundamental violation of Article 113 EPC/JOHNSON) of 27.9.2010

European Case Law Identifier: ECLI:EP:BA:2010:R001809.20100927
Date of decision: 27 September 2010
Case number: R 0018/09
Petition for review of: T 0128/08
Application number: 99902690.9
IPC class: B01D 53/94
Language of proceedings: EN
Distribution: B
Download and more information:
Decision text in EN (PDF, 73.759K)
Documentation of the appeal procedure can be found in the Register
Bibliographic information is available in: EN
Versions: Unpublished
Title of application: System for NOx reduction in exhaust gases
Applicant name: Johnson Matthey plc
Daimler AG
HJS Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Opponent name: Umicore AG & Co. KG
Board: EBA
Headnote: -
Relevant legal provisions:
European Patent Convention Art 112a
European Patent Convention Art 113
European Patent Convention Art 125
European Patent Convention R 104
European Patent Convention R 106
European Patent Convention R 107(1)
European Patent Convention R 107(2)
European Patent Convention R 151(1)
Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Art 6
Keywords: Admissibility of petition for review filed by one of joint proprietors (yes)
The list of grounds for petition for review in Article 112a(2) and Rule 104 EPC is exhaustive
Allowability of petition for review (no)
Partial apportionment of costs of review proceedings (no)
Acceleration requests in review proceedings unnecessary


Cited decisions:
G 0003/99
R 0001/08
R 0002/08
R 0004/08
R 0010/09
R 0012/09
R 0016/09
T 1154/06
Citing decisions:
R 0015/10
R 0016/10
R 0021/10
R 0022/10
R 0023/10
R 0006/11
R 0019/11
R 0002/12
R 0011/12
R 0015/12
R 0002/13
R 0003/13
R 0015/13
R 0016/13
R 0009/14
T 0755/09
T 1693/10
T 0979/12
T 0562/13
T 1654/13
T 2005/13

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