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Davies Collison Cave
As with most major global events, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in numerous online parody songs, from ‘My Corona', to ‘Coronavirus Rhapsody' and riffs on The Beatles' ‘Yesterday'.
Davies Collison Cave
Merchandising is playing an increasingly greater role as a revenue stream for musicians.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Discussion about recent case regarding ownership of an unregistered trade mark.
Marque Lawyers
Designers will now be entitled to a grace period to allow them to decide whether they wish to formally register them.
Shelston IP
The patent-eligibility of computer-implemented methods is clearer after recent cases such as Encompass, Rokt and others.
Shelston IP
IP Australia provides a streamlined process for requesting an extension of time for delays caused by the COVID-19 crisis.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
Take note - if your company employs US residents, and those employees or contractors invent while they are in the US.
Shelston IP
As there were no reasonable prospects of success, Mr Pilkin's patent infringement proceedings were summarily dismissed.
Davies Collison Cave
The patent application in dispute relates to a vehicle detection unit (‘VDU') which automatically determines when a vehicle has not complied with parking regulations.
Davies Collison Cave
This makes it difficult for an advertiser to determine whether a user interacting with their advertisement has used a link in the advertisement to download an application.
Davies Collison Cave
The Federal Court of Australia has rejected the Australian Government's claim for $325 million in damages from Sanofi.
Holding Redlich
Recent trade mark case discussion & summary of lessons that can be learnt from it.
Shelston IP
The court held that the patent application was "a marketing scheme", and the invention was not patentable subject matter.
Spruson & Ferguson
Two patent applications naming artificial intelligence as the sole inventor were refused by the European Patent Office.
Spruson & Ferguson
From a brand protection perspective, registered trade marks generally trump copyright.
Spruson & Ferguson
Interesting case study on leading Australian company in the green & chemicals energy space.
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion about recent trademark case regarding the word "TAPESTRY".
Davies Collison Cave
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing global disruption, and entire sectors of the economy are being shut down to limit infection.
Shelston IP
IP Australia has released its proposals for implementing ACIP recommendations to improve the Australian designs system.
Spruson & Ferguson
Considers possible alternatives which could be adopted by IP Australia in connection to COVID-19 related trade marks.
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