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The highs and lows of the 2019 Australian IP Report
This article highlights some key statistics from the IP Report as well as research in the trade marks and designs space.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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Its NUT yours, its mine: Kraft Foods v Bega Cheese and the importance of intellectual property due diligence
This decision highlights the need for thorough IP due diligence whether you are purchasing or selling a company.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Ok Google, Hey Siri, Hi Alexa – have you renewed my trade mark yet?
Technology can assist lawyers when managing global IP portfolios or working to commercialise client IP property rights.
Australia
21 Mar 2019
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Social media influencers – to like or not to like?
Over 70% of Australians use social media, so Australian organisations are investing in digital and social advertising.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
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Changes proposed regarding parallel imports – An exhausting concept for Australian trade mark owners?
While the changes to parallel imports may be good news for importers, the law will raise problems for trade mark owners.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Shocking your clients just became passé: US Court takes away the edge from scandalous trademarks
US laws now allow registration of more scandalous trademarks than in Australia, however ultimately the decision is still subjective.
Australia
20 Feb 2018
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Trade mark update: 11th Edition of the Nice Classification came into force on 1 January 2018
The Nice Classification is the international system used to classify goods and services for trade mark purposes.
Australia
23 Jan 2018
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From cyber space with love: Managing social media risks
Organisations should take a proactive stance to social media use through a combination of policy, process and training.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
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Telstra hits a home run in defending its -Go to Rio- Olympics advertising campaign.
Sponsorship contracts specifically aimed at brand protection must include provisions to combat ambushing marketing.
Australia
3 Nov 2017
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What happens when your brand becomes a product descriptor? Beware of the slide into genericide
Too much exposure into genericide could come at the expense of your brand's ongoing ability to function as a trade mark.
Australia
5 Feb 2016
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All aboard? Possible changes to country of origin food labelling in Australia
The proposed labelling changes may significantly alter the framework governing food labelling requirements in Australia.
Australia
4 Feb 2016
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World Trademark Review - Frances Drummond and Luke Hawthorne - pharmaceutical trademarks in Australia
This article is a review of pharmaceutical trademarks in Australia, a two-tiered process in a highly regulated market.
Australia
4 Mar 2015
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Health star ratings for packaged food in Australia
The Government has recently released a new voluntary system for labelling packaged foods with a 'health star rating'.
Australia
9 Oct 2013
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Pharmaceutical ingredient names - the difference a letter can make
In an effort to avoid confusion, the World Health Organisation designates a generic name for each ingredient in medicines.
Australia
9 Oct 2013
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A 'fat free' update on the new food standard
FSANZ has introduced a new Standard 1.2.7 – Representations about Food to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
Australia
24 Apr 2013
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Pharmaceutical brand owners beware – changes to medicine packaging ahead
Proposed changes will impact brand owners in the pharmaceutical industry, restricting IP in packaging and labelling.
Australia
9 Dec 2012
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Stopping counterfeits at the border by international cooperation
International customs and border protection organisations are increasingly collaborating to manage counterfeit trade.
Australia
3 Sep 2012
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IP management plan - who needs one?
The Australian Government Intellectual Property Manual will assist government agencies to plan for and manage IP assets.
Australia
15 Aug 2012
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Your Facebook page is your responsibility
The Advertising Standards Board has handed down two landmark decisions, raising the bar on social media responsibility.
Australia
14 Aug 2012
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Does the Creative Commons system of licensing work for you?
The Commonwealth, along with some State Governments, have implemented Creative Commons as a default licensing tool.
Australia
20 Jun 2012
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