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Herbert Smith Freehills
Innovation that happens in an "open" collaborative context can provide faster, better, more holistic results to accelerate innovation and improve competitive advantage, concludes our new report:
Spruson & Ferguson
Businesses should review their IP contracts to avoid penalties for breach of the competition law provisions of the CCA.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Any IP licensing agreement that could affect competition, should be reviewed now to ensure competition compliance.
Holding Redlich
This 2017 discussion paper was intended to be a roadmap for regulatory steps to support the rollout of 5G in Australia.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Any licensing agreement that may affect competition, even if the agreement has already been in place, should be reviewed.
Holman Webb
These recent cases highlight the importance of ensuring that your trade mark arrangements are in place and effective.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This decision highlights the need for thorough IP due diligence whether you are purchasing or selling a company.
Shelston IP
ALRC uses its trademark portfolio to protect its reputation and its brands in merchandising and media rights licensing.
Holman Webb
Recent cases have highlighted the importance of ensuring that your trade mark arrangements are in place and effective.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
When development of software is subcontracted out, you have a legal right to use the software, but you will not own it.
Davies Collison Cave
A typical example would be a franchise operation where the franchisor or its related companies have their own outlets.
McCullough Robertson
Once this bill becomes law, IP owners will need to ensure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Spruson & Ferguson
This change opens up technology imports to negotiation without mandatory restrictions which protected Chinese entities.
Holding Redlich
Businesses that assign or license intellectual property rights will soon have to comply with further competition laws.
Davies Collison Cave
A Bill to remove the intellectual property safe harbour from the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 is presently before Parliament having already passed the Lower House and is ready for debate ...
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The case demonstrates the court's reluctance to allow a brand to falsely depict that a product is 'Made in Australia'.
McCullough Robertson
Once this Bill becomes law, IP owners need to make sure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
While 'franchising' and 'licensing' may mistakenly be used interchangeably, they are two distinctly different concepts.
Holding Redlich
Transactions involving IP rights will have to comply with competition laws, as does any transaction of property or assets.
Davies Collison Cave
In an interesting and long-anticipated decision, the Federal Court has ordered the partial cancellation of registrations for the trade marks DUNLOP and (DUNLOP/FLYING D Marks)
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Herbert Smith Freehills
Innovation that happens in an "open" collaborative context can provide faster, better, more holistic results to accelerate innovation and improve competitive advantage, concludes our new report:
Spruson & Ferguson
Businesses should review their IP contracts to avoid penalties for breach of the competition law provisions of the CCA.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Any IP licensing agreement that could affect competition, should be reviewed now to ensure competition compliance.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This decision highlights the need for thorough IP due diligence whether you are purchasing or selling a company.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Any licensing agreement that may affect competition, even if the agreement has already been in place, should be reviewed.
Holman Webb
These recent cases highlight the importance of ensuring that your trade mark arrangements are in place and effective.
McCullough Robertson
Once this Bill becomes law, IP owners need to make sure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
McCullough Robertson
Once this bill becomes law, IP owners will need to ensure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
While 'franchising' and 'licensing' may mistakenly be used interchangeably, they are two distinctly different concepts.
Holding Redlich
This 2017 discussion paper was intended to be a roadmap for regulatory steps to support the rollout of 5G in Australia.
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