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ALRC recommendations on review of Copyright Act
The final report by the ALRC on a review of the Copyright Act recommends changes that could revolutionise copyright law.
Australia
19 Feb 2014
2
INTA holds its first conference in the Middle East
The INTA event served the rising numbers of multinational trademark owners who are expanding across the Middle East.
United Arab Emirates
19 Jan 2014
3
No logo required: Bottega Veneta secures weave trademark
The luxury Italian brand Bottega Veneta has been granted trademark protection for its weave design by the TTAB.
United States
18 Jan 2014
4
Mine Your Own Business IP - an effective IP strategy in the mining sector
This IP 'hygiene checklist' will assist with an effective IP management strategy, now essential in the mining industry.
Australia
23 Dec 2013
5
High Court concludes that methods of medical treatment are patentable
Methods of medical treatment of human beings, including surgery and therapeutic drugs, can be the subject of patents.
Australia
14 Dec 2013
6
Australia’s innovation patent
While many countries offer a single type of patent to protect inventions, Australia offers two.
Australia
10 Sep 2013
7
Update on recent decisions regarding pharmaceutical products
Discussion of recent cases - one Australian case and one from the US.
Australia
10 Sep 2013
8
Further decision re-opens the door on business method and computer program patents
A computer implemented method to gather information to assess competency against a qualification standard is patentable.
Australia
6 Sep 2013
9
Russia Passes 2018 World Cup Staging Legislation
The Law defines the legal status and authority of the "Russia-2018 Organisational Committee ("Committee").
Australia
16 Jul 2013
11
Constant vigilance: innovator life sciences companies must remain alert to the threat posed by patent infringement exemptions lurking in the "safe harbour"
US and Australian patent laws both include exceptions to patent infringement for regulatory and experimental activities.
Australia
5 Jun 2013
12
It's a bird, it's a plane: Superman claims victory in the Federal Court of Australia
Justice Bennett refused an application in the Federal Court, by Cheqout, to register the trade mark 'superman workout'.
Australia
30 May 2013
13
Intellectual Property and Technology News (EMEA) Issue 3 - Q2 2013
This newsletter provides a cross-section of cutting edge issues in the fields of IP, technology and media.
Australia
 
13 May 2013
14
Pucci v. Tucci: Latest development in a protracted legal saga
A recent European IP law fight re-ignited when both companies sought to register their trademarks at the community level.
Australia
3 May 2013
15
Onel/Omel: "Genuine Use" Of EU Trade Marks
A recent case considered the true territorial scope of EU trade marks.
Australia
3 May 2013
16
Unhappy News for Trade Marks Travelling through Germany
A recent German case considered the legal status of counterfeit goods.
Australia
2 May 2013
17
3D Printing - Intellectual property law risks & other issues for the fashion industry
The 3D printing age is closer than one might think and has profound implications for retailers.
Australia
2 May 2013
18
Developing an intellectual property law strategy to protect fashion designs in the United States
Fashion designers in the United States have struggled to develop legal strategies that adequately protect their work.
Australia
2 May 2013
19
The pitfalls of a parallel market - Intellectual property law issues for the fashion industry
The practice of parallel importing is a hot topic in Australia at the moment.
Australia
2 May 2013
20
Australian Trademark Clearinghouse is now live - benefits for domain name owners
The launch of ICANN's new generic Top Level Domain program presents various threats and opportunities for brand owners.
Australia
2 Apr 2013
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