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Davies Collison Cave (DCC) Announces 11 New Promotions For 2019
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.
Australia
21 Aug 2019
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Consultation Paper Released On Proposed Changes To New Zealand's Intellectual Property Laws
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
Australia
21 Aug 2019
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Dealing With Australia's Challenge To Intellectual Property Arrangements
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
Australia
19 Aug 2019
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NEW ZEALAND vs AUSTRALIA: Battle Over Rights To The Name Of The Modern Olympic Games' Founder, Pierre de Coubertin
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
Worldwide
19 Aug 2019
5
Peanut butter battle of jars and trade marks
The Kraft trade dress could have been protected as a registered trade mark, but it had never in fact been registered.
Australia
19 Aug 2019
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Open Innovation: Collaborate To Innovate
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:
Australia
16 Aug 2019
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Repaired or remade? Refurbished printer cartridges were found to infringe patent
Patentees should consider if refurbished goods were remanufactured (potentially infringing) or repaired (non-infringing).
Australia
15 Aug 2019
8
Fakes welcome? IP protection lags behind for Indigenous artworks in Australia
Despite the symbolic win for Indigenous artists, a recent case highlights the inadequacies of the current laws in this area.
Australia
14 Aug 2019
9
What is going on with the Aboriginal flag?
Discussion about the current dilemma over who controls the rights to reproduce the Aboriginal flag on clothing.
Australia
13 Aug 2019
10
Australia reigns supreme over the US in patenting diagnostic methods
A non-invasive method of detecting fetal characteristics and abnormalities is patent eligible subject matter in Australia.
Australia
9 Aug 2019
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Kardashian shapewear trade mark draws criticism for cultural insensitivity
Kim Kardashian is facing public criticism for her choice of brand name for her new body shapewear line, 'Kimono'.
Australia
9 Aug 2019
12
Case Note: Sensis Pty Ltd v Senses Direct Mail and Fulfillment Pty Ltd [2019] FCA 719
This case highlights the importance of due-diligence prior to using or applying to register a trade mark in Australia.
Australia
8 Aug 2019
13
What does a No Deal Brexit mean for your trade marks?
Article explains that, with or without a deal, there is likely to be an orderly transition of IP rights between EU & UK.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
14
Case Note: H Lundbeck A/S v Sandoz Pty Ltd [2019] APO 18 - patent licence
Patentees need to be aware that a third party can apply for protection against exploitation by a compulsory licence.
Australia
 
1 Aug 2019
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Calidad v Seiko – defining the scope of the implied licence
The court clarified the rights of patentees to control or limit what could be done with a patented product after sale.
Australia
1 Aug 2019
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Trade mark owners take note: first to file v first to use
Article highlights that different rules which may apply to determine trade mark ownership and rights in different countries.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
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Innovation patent facing death: is the government trying to cover up innovation policy reform?
Article opines on the IP Amendment Bill which if passed, will abolish the innovation patent system and more.
Australia
30 Jul 2019
18
The distinction between repair and re-making: The Full Federal Court clarifies the law on refurbishing a patented product
Re-manufacturers should carefully consider if their activities infringe the patent rights of the product manufacturers.
Australia
29 Jul 2019
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Australia Holds The Line On Patent Eligibility Of Diagnostic Methods
In a decision underscoring that the U.S. stands (nearly) alone in holding most diagnostic methods to be not eligible for patenting, the Federal Court of Australia upheld Sequenom's Australian patent directed to prenatal diagnostic methods that involve detecting fetal DNA in maternal blood samples.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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Australian Design Search
IP Australia have released Australian Design Search, to replace the Australian Designs Data Searching system, or ADDS.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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