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Protect the intellectual property in your website
Your website can represent a significant danger to your own IP and a potential source of exposure to litigation by others.
Australia
8 May 2018
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Former directors need to watch their step
Actions against the former directors included copyright infringement, breach of confidence and breach of fiduciary duty.
Australia
9 Mar 2017
3
Who owns your intellectual property?
Your intellectual property may appear to be intangible but it could be the most valuable asset your business possesses.
Australia
20 Oct 2016
4
An IP Health Check could save the life of your business
IP is the legal property in the innovation in your business and it is that which drives your revenue and profit growth.
Australia
20 Sep 2016
5
A Messi patchwork of image rights
Individuals must use a combination of copyright, consumer law, trade mark and common law rights to protect their image.
Australia
22 Jul 2016
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Attacking IP infringers - look before you leap
Before issuing a formal letter of demand on infringers, IP owners need to ensure that they have all evidentiary records.
Australia
23 May 2016
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Gearing and protecting intellectual property for the world market
Australian suppliers should fully protect IP rights in overseas markets - trademarks, patents and designs, and copyright.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
8
Building your business around innovation
This is a run-down of methods business owners should be employing to make the most of its valuable intellectual property.
Australia
6 Nov 2015
9
Will illegal downloaders be forced to pay their dues and join the club?
The decision paves the way for intellectual property rights holders to identify online infringers and to enforce rights.
Australia
22 Apr 2015
10
Copyright amendments foreshadowed: ISPs and content providers beware
Proposed changes have the potential to significantly change the legal landscape for ISPs and online content providers.
Australia
14 Aug 2014
11
2013 Intellectual Property and Technology Outlook
The role of IP is now recognised as critical in promoting innovation and maintaining competitive edge for businesseses.
Australia
26 Mar 2013
12
Watching The Footy From The Cloud
Optus' footy war over its 'TV Now' service ended when its application for leave to appeal to the High Court was refused.
Australia
21 Nov 2012
13
Copyright And The Digital Economy Issues Paper Released
The issues paper requests comments on over 50 questions relating to the appropriateness of current copyright exceptions.
Australia
16 Sep 2012
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IINET may have prevailed in copyright infringement case, but ISPs should beware
The High Court has upheld the decision that iiNet is not liable for the copyright infringing actions of its customers.
Australia
20 May 2012
15
Footy wars continue: Optus win in copyright case reversed by full Federal Court
We take a look at the key questions on appeal in the Optus case and implications for content providers.
Australia
19 May 2012
16
A Timely Reminder About Calculating Compensation Claims in IP Infringement Cases
The case Facton v Rifai Fashions is a timely reminder of the importance of carefully drafting any claims for damages.
Australia
25 Apr 2012
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Optus wins most recent round from AFL, NRL and Telstra
Optus can offer "near-live" broadcasts of sporting events, without having to pay licence fees to the rights holders.
Australia
20 Feb 2012
18
Protection of the Olympic Brand - marketers beware
With the London Olympics approaching advertisers must be careful how they associate themselves with the Olympic brand.
Australia
15 Oct 2011
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Lucasfilm Limited v Ainsworth Replica Star Wars imperial stormtrooper helmets not protected by copyright says UK Supreme Court
Court has handed down its decision concerning the intellectual property rights of Star Wars artefacts.
Australia
14 Aug 2011
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Appeal dismissed - Full Federal Court confirms that iiNet is not liable for infringements by its users
In brief - TV and film companies fail to snare iiNet

Internet service provider (ISP) iiNet is not guilty of copyright infringement on the basis of file sharing by its users, according to the Full Federal Court.

Australia
17 Mar 2011
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