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IP owners - Get ready for the competition law – Update
Once this bill becomes law, IP owners will need to ensure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
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Proposed repeal of IP exemption to competition law has companies racing to review IP contracts
Once this Bill becomes law, IP owners need to make sure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
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The demise of trading names to move to a national business name registration service
Businesses should also secure trade mark protection because registration does not provide exclusive rights in the name.
Australia
30 Apr 2018
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A copy is a copy if it sounds like a copy
Recent NZ HC decision illustrates the importance of considering a work in its entirety when assessing copyright.
Australia
20 Mar 2018
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Confidentiality in court – when is the implied undertaking sufficient?
A court may impose a more onerous obligation than the implied undertaking in exceptional circumstances.
Australia
7 Mar 2018
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Pikachu-se your fights carefully against copyright infringers
The court determined that Pokémon (TPCI) could not show that it suffered loss or damage, so damages were only nominal.
Australia
2 Mar 2018
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Commonwealth Games successfully registers Borobi trade mark in a race to the finish
The trade mark is now registered, less than two months before the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games is due to commence.
Australia
23 Feb 2018
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New Balance Chinese trade mark win – kicking a goal for damages in China
This case was significant as it was the largest amount awarded to a foreign business in a Chinese trade mark dispute.
Australia
26 Sep 2017
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Life is not a beach - in the Bondi Beach trade mark dispute
Multinational retail giant Abercrombie and Fitch has trade marked the Australian place name 'Bondi Beach' in the US.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Plant breeders rights now apply in Norfolk Island
The PBR Act provides a system of registration and exclusive commercial rights for new plant varieties in Australia.
Australia
19 Jul 2017
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Goodbye ATMOSS, hello Australian Trade Mark Search
Since the launch, users have been automatically redirected from ATMOSS to the Australian Trade Mark Search.
Australia
30 May 2017
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It is a case of - better the Kylie you know - as the trade mark battle ends
Minogue has withdrawn her opposition, indicating the parties may have reached a settlement over the famous 'Kylie' name.
Australia
30 May 2017
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A $1.5 million price tag for unlawfully exploiting Aboriginal intangible heritage introduced into Victoria
The State of Victoria is only the second Commonwealth jurisdiction to establish protections for Aboriginal heritage.
Australia
5 Apr 2017
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iPhone v iFone: Apple fails to cancel 'iFone' trade mark in Mexico
Similar to the law in Mexico, the first user of a trade mark in Australia generally has the best rights to the name.
Australia
16 Dec 2012
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