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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
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Settlement suggests Governments can use software without a licence agreement
The Crown use provisions should not provide a back-door for Governments to use software without a licence agreement.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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What happens if the government uses software without a licence agreement? Possibly, very little
It's far from clear, and so far, untested, if the Crown use provisions in the Copyright Act apply to computer programs.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Can you still use intellectual property if the contract granting the licence for it is terminated?
Parties negotiating IP licences should consider their agreements and what should happen if the contract is terminated.
Australia
8 Feb 2016
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Don't touch what you can't afford! Australia's compulsory licensing of patents regime under review
Any business which owns patents should consider a submission to the public inquiry into compulsory licensing of patents.
Australia
3 Sep 2012
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Important Changes Recommended By Draft Report
The Productivity Commission's draft report on gambling has been released today, and its draft recommendations, if adopted, would dramatically transform the structure and dynamics of the racing and wagering industry, result in significant changes in the gaming industry's approach to harm minimisation and reintroduce online gaming into Australia.
Australia
27 Oct 2009
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Plans and Drawings, Copyright and Implied Licences
If you are commissioned to create copyright material, even in the absence of a contract, it is assumed that there is an implied licence given to the person who commissioned the material to use it for the purposes made known at the time it was commissioned. Copyright remains with the person who created it, in the absence of a written assignment, signed by the creator.
Australia
1 Mar 2006
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