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Developing an app? Five things to know before signing a development agreement
These are 5 things to consider when negotiating terms and conditions with the software developer of your new project.
Australia
14 Oct 2019
2
Branding for business: Six reasons why trade mark registration matters
Registration of your trade mark is a relatively inexpensive and speedy way of securing protection for your brand.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
3
She is just not that into you – Ariana Grande seeks $10 million after snubbing Forever 21
Article discusses recent celebrity IP case and notes key considerations to keep in mind when using celebrity endorsements.
United States
24 Sep 2019
4
Lost in translation: The People vs Kim K
Japanese IP lawyers objected to celebrity Kim Kardashian's proposed trademark 'Kimono' for her body shape solutions line.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
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Key case considers important trademark issues
A key feature of trade mark registration is that a business's interests in and rights to that trade mark are protected.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
6
Cybersquatter alert: How to protect your domain name and brand from cybersquatting
Article addresses questions: What is cybersquatting? What can you do?
Australia
8 May 2019
7
ACCC moves to approve tobacco-free certification trade marks (CTMs)
These CTMs would certify that certain funds do not invest in companies that manufacture or produce tobacco products.
Australia
8 Feb 2019
8
McDonalds loses Big Mac trademark fight in the EU
McDonald's failed to show genuine use of "BIG MAC" in the European Union over five years as a burger or restaurant name.
Australia
8 Feb 2019
9
Same, same but different – why you should not assume copycat business names will not be registered
The Tribunal adopts a very narrow approach, that sets out an exhaustive list of words considered to be "identical" names.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
10
Lessons in brand protection: A battle that brewed in Australian craft beer litigation
Using descriptive terms in your branding can be problematic when you want to stop other traders from using the term.  .
Australia
3 Apr 2018
11
Competition & Consumer Law News - 20 March 2018
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
Australia
24 Mar 2018
12
QWIK QITC Series: Dealing with intellectual property rights (IPR) in QITC contracts
In this edition, we consider the manner in which Government organisations deal with IPR in QITC contract documents.
Australia
23 Feb 2018
13
Key cases that transformed the legal landscape in 2017 - and how they will impact your business
This article summarises our selection of the most relevant cases from 2017 and the key takeaways for business for 2018.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
14
Apples, pears and PINK LADIES - intellectual property licences
An intellectual property licence granted under contract could be able to survive the termination of that contract.
Australia
19 May 2017
15
Trade marks update: IP Australia announces new fees for trade mark registration
IP Australia has announced changes to its fees for the intellectual property rights that it administers.
Australia
4 Sep 2016
16
Is the personal image of a celebrity protected in Australia?
Media outlets and advertisers are under increasing scrutiny over the unauthorised use of the public image of celebrities.
Australia
6 Jul 2016
17
How to choose a new product name - The dilemma of descriptive or generic brands
A brand name must satisfy marketing objectives, achieve an internet presence and comply with intellectual property law.
Australia
15 Jun 2016
18
Intellectual Property - Ownership of the trademark
You should be the owner of the trademark before you apply for registration as a trademark, or it could be challenged.
Australia
30 May 2016
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Dominant on-line presence, but exclusive right to use the name?
Only the registration of a trade mark can afford a business that exclusivity or a monopoly in the use of a brand name.
Australia
13 May 2016
20
Adwords Advantage - commercially and legally sound or not?
Business owners with a strong on-line product offering often purchase an Adword advertising campaign through Google.
Australia
9 May 2016
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