Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property > Trademark
Holding Redlich
The Tribunal adopts a very narrow approach, that sets out an exhaustive list of words considered to be "identical" names.
Shelston IP
Designed for commuters, the Brompton folding bike is protected by several internationally registered trade marks.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
A shareholders agreement is a key cornerstone for protecting and ultimately realising the value of an IP-based business.
Dennemeyer Group
Before answering this fundamental question, one needs to understand what is meant by disruption.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This article discusses some of the key provisions of the new Act and how they will affect Australia's existing IP regime.
Khurana and Khurana
Australia in 2011 introduced The Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011 ("the TPP Act") to tackle the health problem related to tobacco industry.
Marque Lawyers
New amendments to Australia's IP laws may cause trade mark owners to think twice before they throw the book at importers.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
These two cases demonstrate the need for businesses to monitor their competitors and protect their intellectual property.
Shelston IP
This case was a dispute between Dunlop and Goodyear over use and registration of DUNLOP and 'flying D' device trademark.
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)
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision provides some useful guidance for an area of trade mark law left largely untouched by Australian cases.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Difficulties faced in applying to register colour trade marks and useful lessons for future applicants of colour trade marks.
Shelston IP
These proposed changes will impact on how Australia capitalises on its innovation strategy and competitive position.
Shelston IP
This article outlines main stages of the innovation process, relevant IP tools and intellectual asset advisory services.
Madgwicks
The ability to use dormant brands and trademarks must be considered when negotiating the purchase price of an agreement,.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Individual athlete brands are valuable, exploitable and are assets which young ambitious athletes aspire to achieve.
Pointon Partners
A colour can function as a trade mark if the public has come to identify the colour with a business' goods or services.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The article explores the impact of 'fame tax' on individuals who use a separate entity to cash in on their image rights.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The registration of trade marks allows legal protection action against the use of the same or deceptively similar marks.
Shelston IP
A strategic, planned, and holistic approach to the use of IP tools in the innovation process is critical for success.
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Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
A wide variety of grants and funding programs can assist start-ups and businesses develop and commercialise their IP.
Khurana and Khurana
Australia in 2011 introduced The Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011 ("the TPP Act") to tackle the health problem related to tobacco industry.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This article discusses some of the key provisions of the new Act and how they will affect Australia's existing IP regime.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
A shareholders agreement is a key cornerstone for protecting and ultimately realising the value of an IP-based business.
Holding Redlich
The Tribunal adopts a very narrow approach, that sets out an exhaustive list of words considered to be "identical" names.
Dennemeyer Group
Before answering this fundamental question, one needs to understand what is meant by disruption.
Marque Lawyers
New amendments to Australia's IP laws may cause trade mark owners to think twice before they throw the book at importers.
Shelston IP
Designed for commuters, the Brompton folding bike is protected by several internationally registered trade marks.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
These two cases demonstrate the need for businesses to monitor their competitors and protect their intellectual property.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Difficulties faced in applying to register colour trade marks and useful lessons for future applicants of colour trade marks.
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