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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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Ghost of rulings past: why virtual designs are not yet covered by Australian IP law
The IP Australia Designs Office Manual still requires designs to be visible when the product is in its 'resting state'.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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The highs and lows of the 2019 Australian IP Report
This article highlights some key statistics from the IP Report as well as research in the trade marks and designs space.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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What is new in the Australian IP legal regime?
These changes will open Australia's IP protection regimes to encourage innovation from Australian companies and others.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
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Dont Rokt the boat: developments in the patentability of computer implemented inventions (CIIs) in Australia
With the rise of digital technologies and mining of big data, CIIs are increasingly utilised in a range of industries.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Competition / antitrust, the constant constraint on pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences - where the action has been in 2018 and what lies ahead
The article covers recent investigations, actions, outcomes and future trends in competition law in this industry sector.
Australia
6 Feb 2019
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Amended Australian IP laws receive royal assent with little fanfare
This article discusses some of the key provisions of the new Act and how they will affect Australia's existing IP regime.
Australia
27 Sep 2018
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IP funding opportunities to take Australian start-ups to the next level
A wide variety of grants and funding programs can assist start-ups and businesses develop and commercialise their IP.
Australia
2 Dec 2017
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Managing your products when a patent expires – how good brand management can maintain product and brand awareness, and build market share
A branding strategy is a long term plan for the development of successful product marketing through brand awareness.
Australia
24 Nov 2017
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Promoting an innovation economy – Implications of the government response to the Productivity Commission report into IP arrangements
The article considers the responses to some of the key recommendations and potential implications of these responses.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
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No extensions for Swiss style Pharma Patents in Australia
Patents containing "Swiss-style" claims are outside the scope of the Australian patent term extension regime.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
12
Court decision highlights difficulty in challenging innovation patents
This illustrates how innovation patent proceedings can turn on narrow issues of construction and technical distinctions.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Digging through the Mud to see the damage sustained
Be aware that damages for unjustified threats are only recoverable where damage caused is attributable to the threats.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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Maximise your IP to maximise your value: the relationship between intellectual property and franchise value
For a franchise to continue to be of value, a franchisor must actively manage and protect its intellectual property.
Australia
22 May 2017
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Intellectual Property – The unmined resource
Mining companies must educate their workforces about intellectual property, and find better ways to capture creativity.
Australia
20 Oct 2015
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High Court invalidates BRCA1 gene patent and casts doubt on patentability of isolated genes
The High Court of Australia unanimously invalidated a patent, owned by Myriad Genetics, which related to the BRCA1 gene.
Australia
20 Oct 2015
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Canberra's Digital Dream Team needs to put IP strategy high on agenda
Australia needs an IP strategy, to make Australia a country where companies want to locate their intellectual property;
Australia
7 Oct 2015
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High Court unanimously invalidates Crestor patent, but starting point is still a numbers game
This declined opportunity leaves doubt as to the appropriate 'starting point' for patents under the 1952 Patents Act.
Australia
16 Sep 2015
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Full Federal Court upholds gene patents
The Court upheld a patent which covers the isolated nucleic acid of 'BRCA1', a gene linked to breast and ovarian cancer.
Australia
16 Sep 2014
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It's confirmed: Methods for medical treatment of the human body is patentable subject matter
The High Court has had to determine whether methods for medical treatment can be patentable subject matter.
Australia
16 Dec 2013
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