Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property
Spruson & Ferguson
Article advises that the ACCC guidelines will be required reading for anyone involved in IP licensing in Australia.
Spruson & Ferguson
Article provides a snapshot of the licensing of SEPs in Australia & provides a description of a standard essential patent.
Spruson & Ferguson
Explanation of why one should enlist careful assistance from local TM counsel when designating Thailand in a TM application.
Shelston IP
The article considers whether the Government has over-reacted in recommending a culling of the innovation patent system.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Proposed changes to the Patents Act affect the way governments can use inventions owned by 3rd parties. What should you do?
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion about recent trademark case where IRIDE opposed application to register MY RIDE.
DLA Piper
Those with a keen interest in the fate of Australia's innovation patent will recall its last minute reprieve, when legislation abolishing the innovation patent was removed from the Intellectual
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Users of the patent system should act now to make sure they are in the best possible position to protect their IP in the future.
Spruson & Ferguson
Recent FC decision confirms that diagnostic methods are patentable subject-matter in Australia.
Davies Collison Cave
The Principals of the Davies Collison Cave, Davies Collison Cave Law and Davies Collison Cave Singapore are pleased to announce a number of promotions that took effect on 1 July 2019.
Davies Collison Cave
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
Williams + Hughes
The Kraft trade dress could have been protected as a registered trade mark, but it had never in fact been registered.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Innovation that happens in an "open" collaborative context can provide faster, better, more holistic results to accelerate innovation and improve competitive advantage, concludes our new report:
Spruson & Ferguson
Patentees should consider if refurbished goods were remanufactured (potentially infringing) or repaired (non-infringing).
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Despite the symbolic win for Indigenous artists, a recent case highlights the inadequacies of the current laws in this area.
Surry Partners
Discussion about the current dilemma over who controls the rights to reproduce the Aboriginal flag on clothing.
Shelston IP
A non-invasive method of detecting fetal characteristics and abnormalities is patent eligible subject matter in Australia.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Kim Kardashian is facing public criticism for her choice of brand name for her new body shapewear line, 'Kimono'.
Spruson & Ferguson
This case highlights the importance of due-diligence prior to using or applying to register a trade mark in Australia.
Davies Collison Cave
In Tempting Brands Netherlands B.V. v Comite International Olympique [2019] NZIPOTM 3 (28 February 2019), the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) dismissed the International Olympic
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Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The court clarified the rights of patentees to control or limit what could be done with a patented product after sale.
Williams + Hughes
The Kraft trade dress could have been protected as a registered trade mark, but it had never in fact been registered.
Davies Collison Cave
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Proposed changes to the Patents Act affect the way governments can use inventions owned by 3rd parties. What should you do?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Users of the patent system should act now to make sure they are in the best possible position to protect their IP in the future.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Innovation that happens in an "open" collaborative context can provide faster, better, more holistic results to accelerate innovation and improve competitive advantage, concludes our new report:
Davies Collison Cave
The Australian Government has passed legislation which will remove the intellectual property safe harbour from the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Act) on 12 September 2019
Davies Collison Cave
The Principals of the Davies Collison Cave, Davies Collison Cave Law and Davies Collison Cave Singapore are pleased to announce a number of promotions that took effect on 1 July 2019.
Marque Lawyers
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Holding Redlich
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