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Intellectual property in the boardroom: risks and opportunities
The board has an integral role to play in ensuring that the company manages and protects its intangible assets like IP.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
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A lost opportunity? Full Federal Court holds that mere abstract ideas using generic computer technology lack patentability
This decision leaves companies in an uncertain position about their ability to obtain patents to protect key software.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
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A turning of the tide: interlocutory injunctions in Australian pharma patent cases
The court has fundamentally shifted its approach to issuing interlocutory injunctions to prevent the launch of generic products.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
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Could proposed amendments to IP laws change how governments can use patented inventions under Crown use rights?
Proposed changes to the Patents Act affect the way governments can use inventions owned by 3rd parties. What should you do?
Australia
10 Sep 2019
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Key IP enforcement tool likely to be abolished: time to act now
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.
Australia
28 Aug 2019
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Motorola v Hytera update: discovery, state security laws and copyright infringement in issue in digital mobile radio patent dispute
Further developments in the patent infringement proceedings between Motorola and Hytera are discussed here.
Australia
30 Jan 2019
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Winning the battle but not the war: Federal Court clarifies how damages undertakings will be enforced when an injunction is wrongly granted
The case considers compensation payable for wrongly-granted interlocutory injunctions in a pharmaceutical patent dispute.
Australia
26 Nov 2018
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Power and purpose: Protecting a competitive position after ACCC v Pfizer
This judgment does provide some clarity on the issue of anti-competitive purpose, for pharmaceutical patent owners.
Australia
4 Aug 2018
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Motorola v Hytera: Standard essential patents to be considered by Federal Court
Standard essential patents are patents for inventions that have been incorporated into one or more industry standards.
Australia
23 Jan 2018
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Change in the air for IP laws in Australia: 5 key takeaways
This article is an overview of key proposed IP changes, the likely impact and five takeaways for your organisation.
Australia
13 Sep 2017
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Is the fragmented approach to intellectual property in Australia about to end?
The Productivity Commission delivered a range of recommendations in its report on intellectual property arrangements.
Australia
28 Jun 2017
12
Experimental evidence in patent cases: Discovery not available for experiments on matters no longer in issue
This recent Federal Court decision sheds some light on experimental evidence and discovery in patent cases.
Australia
2 Sep 2016
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Ensure your R&D activities are not criminal activities
Companies and research institutions involved in cutting-edge research and development may be affected by this DTC Act.
Australia
17 May 2016
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A myriad of considerations: The High Court finds gene patent invalid
This article highlights key points from the decision and suggests some implications of a wider test for patentability.
Australia
21 Oct 2015
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High Court upholds finding that Crestor patent is invalid
The Court held that an AstraZeneca patent relating to the blockbuster statin drug CRESTOR (rosuvastatin) was invalid.
Australia
16 Sep 2015
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The Miles Review of the Cooperative Research Centres Programme - CRCs to stay, with a new, more targeted focus
The Miles Review of the CRCs has been released and all 18 of the recommendations have been accepted by the Government.
Australia
29 May 2015
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The right to exploit a patent is a single indivisible right - Full Federal Court confirms
If a licensee is intended to have the right to enforce a patent in its own name, careful contractual drafting is needed.
Australia
5 Mar 2015
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Equivocally bioequivalent - the Federal Court opens the door for consumer law challenges of generic medicines by innovators
This decision may allow innovators to block the launch of certain generics, even without a claim of patent infringement.
Australia
2 Feb 2015
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Full Court takes a non-literal approach to s145 of the Patents Act - commercial sense prevails
No right to terminate can arise under s145 until all Australian patents the subject of the licence cease to be in force.
Australia
19 Jan 2015
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Innovators can sleep easy after the High Court's finding that IP Australia has power to extend time for late extension of term patent applications
The High Court's decision upholds IP Australia's ability to grant extensions of time in appropriate circumstances.
Australia
 
18 Nov 2014
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