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Shelston IP
Article explains prior art searches, their differences and when they are appropriate.
Shelston IP
Australia and New Zealand seem to be heading in diametrically opposite directions in terms of their innovation policies.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
While the changes to parallel imports may be good news for importers, the law will raise problems for trade mark owners.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
The Court in the Pham decision made it clear that trade mark ownership is critical when applying to register a trade mark,
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Joint ownership of IP can be complicated, resulting in a range of issues around commercialisation and enforcement.
Holding Redlich
Using descriptive terms in your branding can be problematic when you want to stop other traders from using the term. 
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This dispute highlights the importance of due diligence before choosing your brand, your product packaging and labelling.
Shelston IP
The Full Court addressed a number of issues on appeal, when determining the correctness of the primary judge's findings.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Different mechanisms have developed to make it simpler, easier and cheaper for businesses to deal with cybersquatting.
Holding Redlich
In this edition, we consider the manner in which Government organisations deal with IPR in QITC contract documents.
Shelston IP
The article includes a link to Shelston IP's selection of key trade mark cases in Australia and New Zealand for 2017.
McCullough Robertson
The trade mark is now registered, less than two months before the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games is due to commence.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
US laws now allow registration of more scandalous trademarks than in Australia, however ultimately the decision is still subjective.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The chapter is an introduction to Australian trade mark law and provides insights into key 2017 trade mark law cases.
Holding Redlich
This article summarises our selection of the most relevant cases from 2017 and the key takeaways for business for 2018.
Clayton Utz
The Amazon Brand Registry program is a mechanism to help any brand owners protect their registered trade marks on Amazon.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The Nice Classification is the international system used to classify goods and services for trade mark purposes.
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.
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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.
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.
Swaab Attorneys
Parallel importation may not be an infringement of the trade mark rights of an overseas manufacturer in Australia.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
DibbsBarker
This was a good reminder to brand owners that there is no 'one size fits all' approach for the enforcement of IP rights.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This dispute highlights the importance of due diligence before choosing your brand, your product packaging and labelling.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Joint ownership of IP can be complicated, resulting in a range of issues around commercialisation and enforcement.
Holding Redlich
Using descriptive terms in your branding can be problematic when you want to stop other traders from using the term. 
Shelston IP
The Full Court addressed a number of issues on appeal, when determining the correctness of the primary judge's findings.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
While the changes to parallel imports may be good news for importers, the law will raise problems for trade mark owners.
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