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The repeal of the IP exception - competition law exposure in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sector
Any IP licensing agreement that could affect competition, should be reviewed now to ensure competition compliance.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
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Restraints on competition through the licensing of IP - the effect of the repeal of the IP exception
Any licensing agreement that may affect competition, even if the agreement has already been in place, should be reviewed.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
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Its NUT yours, its mine: Kraft Foods v Bega Cheese and the importance of intellectual property due diligence
This decision highlights the need for thorough IP due diligence whether you are purchasing or selling a company.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Maximise your IP to maximise your value: the relationship between intellectual property and franchise value
For a franchise to continue to be of value, a franchisor must actively manage and protect its intellectual property.
Australia
22 May 2017
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Brand owners target parallel importers to protect brand intellectual property
A recent case reflects the trend of brand owners targeting parallel imports of their goods into Australia.
Australia
19 Nov 2013
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IP management plan - who needs one?
The Australian Government Intellectual Property Manual will assist government agencies to plan for and manage IP assets.
Australia
15 Aug 2012
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Does the Creative Commons system of licensing work for you?
The Commonwealth, along with some State Governments, have implemented Creative Commons as a default licensing tool.
Australia
20 Jun 2012
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Australia
23 Sep 2011
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Competition law developments in East Asia
Antitrust battles between technology companies are no longer the exclusive province of Western competition regulators. In Japan last year, Microsoft was among complainants prompting a further review of the Google/Yahoo Japan deal for search and search advertising technology.
Australia
6 May 2011
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The Sharks are Circling Parallel Importers of Trademarked Goods
Brand owners interested in stopping parallel imports of their trademarked goods have been assisted by the recent decision of Nicholas J of the Federal Court of Australia in Sporte Leisure Pty Ltd v Paul’s International Pty Ltd (No 3) [2010] FCA 1162 (Sporte Leisure).
Australia
18 Nov 2010
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Online Stores and Forums and their Legal Consequences:
More and more businesses are establishing online stores and forums, and are otherwise seeking to engage with their customers on-line. On-line activity has legal consequences, so businesses should take the time to review their website, on-line ordering and other terms and conditions.
Australia
1 Apr 2010
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Hollywood v ISP – iiNet held not responsible for its customers’ copyright infringement
Federal Court dismisses claim by multi-national alliance of motion picture and recording industry companies that iiNet, Australia’s third largest internet service provider, had authorised copyright infringement by failing to stop its customers from using the otherwise legitimate BitTorrent file sharing software system to download copyrighted movies.
Australia
8 Feb 2010
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