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By Duncan Longstaff, Katrina Crooks
Welcome to Shelston IP's round-up of the best and most significant patent cases from Australia delivered during 2016.
By Charles Tansey, Mary Munroe
The deal brokered between the EPO and the Cambodian government was announced on 23 January 2017.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
This case considered non-use of trademarks.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
An owner of a trade mark which is at risk of becoming generic must actively manage its own use of the trade mark.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
Very little evidence of use is required to defend an application to remove a trade mark for non-use.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
This case has significant implications for overseas manufacturers and suppliers supplying overseas.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
This decision may cause serious concern for trade mark owners wishing to control the quality and nature of packaging.
By Michael Deacon, Chris Bevitt
We discuss this recent case which concerned trade mark licence issues.
By Matthew Ward
Clients often question the value of having an NDA, but for US technology company ZeniMax, an NDA was very valuable.
By Matthew Ward, Tam Huynh
The Report examines the Intellectual Property (IP) system in detail, and makes recommendations to improve its operation.
By Katrina Crooks
These cases show the importance of structuring IP ownership at the outset, and considering future infringement claims.
By Matthew Ward, Tam Huynh
This Report examines Australia's IP system in detail, and makes recommendations to improve its operation.
By Grant Shoebridge
These recommendations could significantly weaken the Australian patent system and make it more expensive for innovators.
By Duncan Longstaff, Katrina Crooks
The orders required Australian CSPs to block domain names relating to websites facilitating film copyright infringement.
By Andrew Lowe, Russell Davies
Patentees in Australia and New Zealand need to be careful in how they mark their products, if they choose to do so.
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