Did you bother to read the case sited by the OP?? The case took place in England. The judgement took place in England.
...are you a lawyer? Are you an expert in British IP law? Your taking a layman's view of the case based on your reading of another case: that doesn't make you an expert.
When you've read the details of the other hundreds of IP cases and when you've spent several years studying British IP law then maybe your opinion would count for something. "Logic and reason" don't add up to legal advice.
What you think is logical would likely quickly be set aside with the flourish of the judges hand. He did what was right for the photographic community: he got paid.
It was a pretty simple question. Did you bother to read the case sited by the OP before you explained to me why I was wrong?
And to answer your question, no I'm not a lawyer, no I haven't read the details of hundreds of UK IP cases.
My logic and reason were based on the UK IP case that the OP presented.
Based on your considerable knowledge of IP law and the UK, what do you think a judge would do with the presented evidence?