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Toner low! Intellectual property and patented recycled printer cartridges
A technical analysis should assess the extent to which the modifications alter the patented elements of the cartridge.
Australia
19 Feb 2018
2
Protecting your brand on the Amazon marketplace - Amazon Brand Registry launched in Australia
The Amazon Brand Registry program is a mechanism to help any brand owners protect their registered trade marks on Amazon.
Australia
3 Feb 2018
3
Innovation patents - the beginning of the end
The phase-out of Australia's innovation patents system is gradual, and innovation patents will be in force until 2027.
Australia
2 Feb 2018
4
Rights holders rearmed with preliminary discovery powers by Full Federal Court
A prospective applicant for preliminary discovery need only prove that he believes that he MAY have a right to relief.
Australia
23 Dec 2017
5
Bad hair day for Aldi: - natural - marketing claims contravened the Australian Consumer Law
The marketing of products as "natural" when they do not contain natural ingredients, is likely to contravene the ACL.
Australia
25 Nov 2017
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Filing a trade mark application in the wrong name can be fatal
This underlines the need for careful consideration of which entity or individual should file a trade mark application.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
7
Federal Government responds to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Intellectual Property Arrangements
While broadly supportive, the Australian Government will proceed cautiously with implementation of the recommendations.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
8
Smooth sailing ahead for anti-piracy website blocking orders
Copyright owners and ISPs now have clearer guidance about obtaining website-blocking orders to tackle online piracy.
Australia
26 May 2017
9
An offer not to be refused: the cost(s) of unreasonable rejection of an offer of compromise
A justifiable and clear explanation must be given to the offeror as to the reasons why the offer is to be rejected.
Australia
14 May 2017
10
But I want to keep making it! Who owns a signature dish when the chef responsible moves on?
Restaurants should ensure their employment contracts are clear about the ownership of recipes created in their kitchens.
Australia
14 May 2017
11
Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
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High Court wont hear case on IP licences surviving the end of the contract
If you're negotiating a contract with an IP licence, think about what happens to the licence once the contract ends.
Australia
23 Apr 2017
13
Coders beware: it's a question of quality not quantity when assessing copyright infringement
Using even a small proportion of third party software without a licence could be held to be copyright infringement.
Australia
31 Mar 2017
14
More than just semantics - Full Court clarifies when damages can be recovered for unjustified threats of patent infringement
The terms of the section limit recoverable damage to damages sustained "as a result of the threats" of infringement.
Australia
31 Mar 2017
15
Landmark damages decision sets new benchmark for patent infringement claims against generic companies
It was unusual that Bayer elected to seek damages for patent infringement, rather than an account of profits.
Australia
23 Mar 2017
16
Application to list on PBS does not constitute patent infringement per se
Lodging an application for listing on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme does not constitute exploitation of a patent.
Australia
16 Mar 2017
17
Clipsal turns off the lights for Clipso in trade mark dispute
Registering a trade mark provides a limited defence if the trade mark is similar to an existing well-known mark.
Australia
5 Mar 2017
18
Punitive damages for design infringement in burqini™ swimwear battle but no ordinary damages
Before manufacture and sale of any new products, a trader should complete intellectual property or internet searches.
Australia
20 Feb 2017
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Decision that there's no copyright in digital data signals stands, following High Court rebuff
Digital data streaming might be commercially valuable, but it isn't a cinematograph film under the Copyright Act.
Australia
16 Feb 2017
20
Court awards $34,822 for copyright infringement - and $400,000 for bad behaviour
The Court will impose tough penalties where the copyright infringement is blatant and involves dishonest conduct.
Australia
 
8 Feb 2017
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