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Warning to owners of registered trade marks
Article warns to beware of false billing scams and consider an internal process to manage this risk.
Australia
5 Dec 2018
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Curing trade mark ownership defects in Australia just became harder
When filing a trade mark registration application, the initial applicant on the filing date must be the trade mark owner.
Australia
3 Jul 2017
3
Intellectual property infringement - when can you threaten legal action?
Correspondence alleging intellectual property infringement must be carefully drafted to avoid making unjustified threats.
Australia
3 Nov 2016
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Removal of trade mark granted on the basis of non-use (even if mark is in use): Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America
Trade mark owners should review all existing licences to ensure effective control in the light of the Lodestar decision.
Australia
31 Aug 2016
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What is a patent? And why should you consider a patent application?
If you own a patent for something you have invented, it can be used as a powerful tool to protect your business.
Australia
4 May 2016
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Designer IP - protecting fashion designs and brands from unauthorised copies and knock-offs
Australian designers should take all necessary steps to ensure that their brands and designs are properly protected.
Australia
30 Nov 2015
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Dallas Buyers Club - perils of downloading content illegally in Australia
The plaintiffs won a court order requiring several ISPs in Australia to divulge customer details to copyright holders.
Australia
6 May 2015
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You can use a competitor's trade mark in your SEO strategy to describe your goods or services… Sometimes
Weak trade marks (that is, with no distinctive character) make companies easy prey for competitors in their SEO strategy.
Australia
2 Feb 2015
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3D printing and manufacturing increase risk of intellectual property theft
This technology has made mass production of "knock offs" of physical objects easy and relatively inexpensive.
Australia
3 Dec 2013
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Identifying and protecting your intellectual property assets adds value to your business
Take active steps to enforce your rights to your IP and act swiftly to respond to misuse by third parties.
Australia
4 Nov 2013
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Building plans, development consents and copyright - for architects, developers, purchasers, sellers, banks and builders
Use of unperformed development consent plans by purchasers may infringe copyright, which could be stopped by injunction.
Australia
30 May 2013
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Protecting yourself against imports that infringe your trade marks or copyright
Holders of copyright and trade marks can obtain more information about importers and distributors of counterfeit goods.
Australia
30 May 2013
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Streamlining the Australian trade mark opposition process: Raising the Bar reforms
IP law reforms are expected to impact significantly on how trade mark oppositions are managed.
Australia
25 Mar 2013
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Addressing the moral rights of design consultants
Moral rights provisions require building owners to consult the original architects, to renovate, adjust or demolish.
Australia
30 Jul 2012
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Protect your intellectual property if manufacturing offshore
Recent experience shows that the PRC poses a particular hazard to intellectual property if the risks are not managed.
Australia
22 Mar 2012
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Is human tissue "property"? Jocelyn Edwards; Re the estate of the late Mark Edwards [2011] NSWSC 478
A recent decision of Justice Hulme of the Supreme Court of New South Wales is the first case of its kind in Australia to allow a widow to extract her deceased's husband's sperm with the result that she will likely use it for assisted reproduction.
Australia
7 Jun 2011
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