Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property > Trademark
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The trade mark application was refused registration and costs were awarded against Teavolution, as it acted in bad faith.
Shelston IP
These improvements to the website will assist brand owners interested in protecting their rights in Papua New Guinea.
Shelston IP
An IP Australia discussion paper has been released concerning proposed amendments to Australia's trade mark legislation.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
A wide variety of grants and funding programs can assist start-ups and businesses develop and commercialise their IP.
Stacks Law Firm
Trade mark dispute between parcel delivery company and Australia Post about trade mark entitled Post without the office.
Clayton Utz
The marketing of products as "natural" when they do not contain natural ingredients, is likely to contravene the ACL.
Swaab Attorneys
Once you have identified, valued and protected your brands, you would be in a position to exploit the potential in them.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The road to registration hasn't been so sweet, with IP Australia finding that the trade mark was too descriptive.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Brands are valuable, so register your brand name as a trade mark and police its use regularly to maintain that value.
Bartier Perry
When an allegation of IP infringement is made, the IP infringers could issue a counter-claim of 'unjustified' threats.
DibbsBarker
This was a good reminder to brand owners that there is no 'one size fits all' approach for the enforcement of IP rights.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
Despite similarities in presentation, there was no real tangible risk of confusing the Aldi products with MIL's.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
A Special K trade mark application was filed for use relating to sportswear, tennis racquets and sports competitions.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
This case highlights the need for businesses to avoid using product names that allude to high-profile individuals.
Pointon Partners
The Madrid Protocol allows for international registration of trade marks in countries which are members of the treaty.
McCullough Robertson
This case was significant as it was the largest amount awarded to a foreign business in a Chinese trade mark dispute.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
The use of meta-tags may constitute trade mark infringement, as the source data is visible if you know what to look for.
Harris Gomez Group
There are many reasons why you may wish to register your trademark. There are very few reasons of why you wouldn't. By registering your trademark early on in the process of starting your business,...
Clayton Utz
This underlines the need for careful consideration of which entity or individual should file a trade mark application.
K&L Gates
This development (although still some way off) will be good news for filers of IRDAs.
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Swaab Attorneys
Parallel importation may not be an infringement of the trade mark rights of an overseas manufacturer in Australia.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
The use of meta-tags may constitute trade mark infringement, as the source data is visible if you know what to look for.
DibbsBarker
This was a good reminder to brand owners that there is no 'one size fits all' approach for the enforcement of IP rights.
Swaab Attorneys
Once you have identified, valued and protected your brands, you would be in a position to exploit the potential in them.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
A wide variety of grants and funding programs can assist start-ups and businesses develop and commercialise their IP.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The road to registration hasn't been so sweet, with IP Australia finding that the trade mark was too descriptive.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
This case highlights the need for businesses to avoid using product names that allude to high-profile individuals.
Shelston IP
An IP Australia discussion paper has been released concerning proposed amendments to Australia's trade mark legislation.
Shelston IP
These improvements to the website will assist brand owners interested in protecting their rights in Papua New Guinea.
Clayton Utz
The marketing of products as "natural" when they do not contain natural ingredients, is likely to contravene the ACL.
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