Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property
Shelston IP
A recent IPONZ decision has confirmed that "support" requires a higher descriptive standard than does "fair basis".
K&L Gates
Long gone are the days where the first registration of your child's name was on their birth certificate.
Pointon Partners
It is important that you are vigilant about protecting your intellectual property from infringement.
DibbsBarker
Undertaking an IP due diligence review may seem a daunting exercise, but it's one that can yield significant payoffs.
Bryks Lawyers
This recent Federal Court judgment highlights important issues of how a trade mark protects one's intellectual property.
Carroll & O'Dea
On 10 July 2017, IP Australia launched its IP Mediation Referral Service.
Carroll & O'Dea
Patent owners should ensure that they have a justifiable position before making any threat to sue for patent infringement.
Shelston IP
A recent case provides a textbook example of how not to create a competitive start-up.
Shelston IP
IPONZ joins 17 patent offices participating in the GPPH, including IP Australia and the US Patent and Trademark Office.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Although this case will be played out in America, if it were in Australia, the early arguments from PayPal look shaky.
McCullough Robertson
The PBR Act provides a system of registration and exclusive commercial rights for new plant varieties in Australia.
Shelston IP
The mark has been protected in relation to services dealing with the sale, leasing and letting of the apartment units.
Swaab Attorneys
What more could a famous celebrity with an impressive fortune want – a trade mark registration for her newborn children!
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Be aware that damages for unjustified threats are only recoverable where damage caused is attributable to the threats.
Clayton Utz
The Australian courts say that using another party's registered trade mark as a Google AdWord is not trade mark infringement.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
When filing a trade mark registration application, the initial applicant on the filing date must be the trade mark owner.
Stacks Law Firm
The international tobacco companies argued that Australia's plain packaging laws were an infringement of their IP rights.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Productivity Commission delivered a range of recommendations in its report on intellectual property arrangements.
Clayton Utz
It could be difficult to compile digital evidence in support of a claim of trade mark infringement - but not impossible.
Shelston IP
The OECD believes that the transfer pricing of intangibles has been used to move profits to low/no tax jurisdictions.
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Carroll & O'Dea
On 10 July 2017, IP Australia launched its IP Mediation Referral Service.
K&L Gates
Long gone are the days where the first registration of your child's name was on their birth certificate.
DibbsBarker
Undertaking an IP due diligence review may seem a daunting exercise, but it's one that can yield significant payoffs.
Bryks Lawyers
This recent Federal Court judgment highlights important issues of how a trade mark protects one's intellectual property.
Pointon Partners
It is important that you are vigilant about protecting your intellectual property from infringement.
Shelston IP
A recent case provides a textbook example of how not to create a competitive start-up.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
These suggestions may help to make the process of registering new business names as smooth as possible for your clients.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Although this case will be played out in America, if it were in Australia, the early arguments from PayPal look shaky.
Carroll & O'Dea
Patent owners should ensure that they have a justifiable position before making any threat to sue for patent infringement.
Shelston IP
A recent IPONZ decision has confirmed that "support" requires a higher descriptive standard than does "fair basis".
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