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By Ean Blackwell, Kieran Williams
The article discusses the history of medicinal cannabis, the Australian market and the types of IP that can be utilised.
By Candace (YeeWen) Wu, Kieran Williams
An Australian court could consider this decision, despite the Lords being split on the relevant test for plausibility.
By Grant Shoebridge
Article advocates for keeping the innovation patent and includes a link to a video advocating the same.
By Gareth Dixon
The Government has proposed legislative amendments to the Patents Act 1990 to abolish the innovation patent system.
By Michael Zammit
There are many advantages to having IP consolidated to a single service provider, and it is a 'best practice' approach.
By Russell Davies
This is a submission to the Senate Committee which is considering changes to the Government's R&D tax incentive regime.
By Danielle Spath, Sean McManis
Some guidance on how trade mark rights will be affected if a deal is not reached between the UK and the EU.
By Claire McDowall, Tracey Murray
Recent case & resultant sentencing reinforces the importance of having solid documents to support any EMDG application.
By Frazer McLennan, Charles Tansey
Article discusses new database which provides information about the patent status of medicines in different countries.
By Charles Tansey
Article discusses how patents and patent applications are treated very differently in Indonesia.
By Michael Zammit
This article discusses the three main reasons why patent specifications are complex to draft.
By Gareth Dixon
Discussion about the tension between the public benefit of cleantech and the right of a patentee to exclude others.
By Michael Zammit
Article discusses filing patent applications using the PCT system and the IPE and outlines the benefits of each.
By Michael Zammit
Searching prior art (everything known and published in the field at the time) is essential when developing inventions.
By Serena White DPhil, Charles Tansey
Designed for commuters, the Brompton folding bike is protected by several internationally registered trade marks.
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