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Protect the intellectual property in your website
Your website can represent a significant danger to your own IP and a potential source of exposure to litigation by others.
Australia
8 May 2018
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Who owns your intellectual property?
Your intellectual property may appear to be intangible but it could be the most valuable asset your business possesses.
Australia
20 Oct 2016
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An IP Health Check could save the life of your business
IP is the legal property in the innovation in your business and it is that which drives your revenue and profit growth.
Australia
20 Sep 2016
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Attacking IP infringers - look before you leap
Before issuing a formal letter of demand on infringers, IP owners need to ensure that they have all evidentiary records.
Australia
23 May 2016
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Gearing and protecting intellectual property for the world market
Australian suppliers should fully protect IP rights in overseas markets - trademarks, patents and designs, and copyright.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
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Building your business around innovation
This is a run-down of methods business owners should be employing to make the most of its valuable intellectual property.
Australia
6 Nov 2015
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Budget proposals offer start-ups an opportunity to get their legal house in order from the start
New start-up businesses should also develop and protect one of their most valuable assets – their intellectual property.
Australia
21 May 2015
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2013 Intellectual Property and Technology Outlook
The role of IP is now recognised as critical in promoting innovation and maintaining competitive edge for businesseses.
Australia
26 Mar 2013
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Cheaper Online Option For Patent Applications
IP Australia's Patent Office has introduced an online facility.
Australia
15 Dec 2012
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Australian Senate Committee rejects Bill that seeks to prevent the patenting of human genes and biological materials existing in nature
A Senate Committee has recommended against passing amendments to the Patents Act that would allow gene patenting.
Australia
15 Oct 2011
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Appeal dismissed - Full Federal Court confirms that iiNet is not liable for infringements by its users
In brief - TV and film companies fail to snare iiNet

Internet service provider (ISP) iiNet is not guilty of copyright infringement on the basis of file sharing by its users, according to the Full Federal Court.

Australia
17 Mar 2011
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Personal Property Securities Act 2009 – Rethinking the notion of ownership
In May 2011, the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) will commence operation. It will dramatically change the way in which security interests in personal property are dealt with across Australia. The traditional understanding of the concept of ownership will change.
Australia
21 Oct 2010
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Copyright and employees: Who owns what?
A recent Federal Court decision highlights the need for employers to ensure that as well as clearly setting out the duties of employment, employment contracts also include a comprehensive assignment of all intellectual property rights, if the employer is to be assured that all rights in the intellectual property in materials created by employees are owned by the employe
Australia
19 Oct 2010
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