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Brexit: European trade marks – possibility of no deal
Some guidance on how trade mark rights will be affected if a deal is not reached between the UK and the EU.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
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Dispute between Dunlop and Goodyear highlights importance of maintaining control over use of marks
This case was a dispute between Dunlop and Goodyear over use and registration of DUNLOP and 'flying D' device trademark.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
3
How to establish ownership of trade mark: Federal Court provides guidance in ANCHORAGE decision
The Full Court addressed a number of issues on appeal, when determining the correctness of the primary judge's findings.
Australia
23 Mar 2018
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Improved IPOPNG website in Papua New Guinea unveiled
These improvements to the website will assist brand owners interested in protecting their rights in Papua New Guinea.
Australia
21 Dec 2017
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Proposed changes to divisional trade mark applications in Australia
An IP Australia discussion paper has been released concerning proposed amendments to Australia's trade mark legislation.
Australia
18 Dec 2017
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Australian courts protect HARBOUR LIGHTS trade mark
The mark has been protected in relation to services dealing with the sale, leasing and letting of the apartment units.
Australia
17 Jul 2017
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IP Australia trade mark fee review
IP Australia recently conducted a review of its official fees in an attempt to simplify the fee structure.
Australia
14 Aug 2016
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Flags in the breeze – General Motors case shows that trade marks with cross designs face difficulty in Australia
The Australian Trade Marks Office places high hurdles in front of applicants whose trade marks resemble a Greek cross.
Australia
10 Jun 2016
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Delhi High Court stays orders of abandonment of trade mark applications and oppositions
The Indian Registrar of Trade Marks had previously announced the abandonment of trade mark applications and oppositions.
India
4 May 2016
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User principle confirmed for assessing damages in Australian passing-off cases
Trademark owners should also be vigilant in protecting and enforcing their trademark rights in a timely manner.
Australia
11 Feb 2016
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Scam Alert - unsolicited IP services
There has been a noticeable increase in correspondence from unscrupulous companies offering unsolicited IP services.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
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Trade Marks Office issues first decision under new rules on extensions of time
The decision indicates that it will be very difficult to obtain extensions of time in trademark opposition proceedings.
Australia
15 Dec 2014
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Name of tomato variety can be registered as trademark
Mastronardi Produce Limited has succeeded in an appeal that refused registration of the trademark ZIMA for tomatoes.
Australia
15 Dec 2014
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Stella McCartney Limited successfully opposes stylised ST ELLA Trade Mark
In a decision issued by the Australian Trade Mark Office, STELLA successfully opposed acceptance of the ST ELLA mark.
Australia
6 Feb 2014
15
INN stem objections - still a case by case proposition
Objections to registration of pharmaceutical trade marks based on the inclusion of an INN stem remain a concern.
Australia
11 Jun 2013
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Trade mark registration application leads to cease and desist: Superman Defeats Villain in Trade Mark Battle
The 'villain' failed to convince that their conduct met the requisite standards of truth, justice and the Australian way.
Australia
27 May 2013
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What the changes to Australian trade mark opposition procedures will mean for you
Amendments to Australian trade mark legislation come into force on 15 April 2013
Australia
19 Mar 2013
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Similarity in Trade Dress Sufficient in Trademark Opposition
Red Bull established that its trade dress as used on its cans acts as a trade mark and has an impressive reputation.
Australia
13 Feb 2013
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Trade Mark Filing Fee Increases from 1 October 2012
Businesses currently contemplating filing a new trade mark application, should file before 1 October 2012 fee increases.
Australia
24 Sep 2012
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High Court of Australia Rejects Plain Packaging Challenge
Under the provisions of the TPP Act, manufacturers of tobacco products are required to sell the goods in plain packaging.
Australia
20 Aug 2012
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