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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
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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
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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
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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
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Onel/Omel: "Genuine Use" Of EU Trade Marks
A recent case considered the true territorial scope of EU trade marks.
Australia
3 May 2013
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Unhappy News for Trade Marks Travelling through Germany
A recent German case considered the legal status of counterfeit goods.
Australia
2 May 2013
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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
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Australia's Raising the Bar amendments: what you need to know
Now is the time for brand owners to ensure that they fully understand the impact of the new trade mark amendments.
Australia
31 Mar 2013
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Rights in Data Handbook 2013: Protecting and exploiting IP in data and databases internationally
The handbook offers practical tips for businesses to protect and exploit their databases or who use third party data.
Australia
22 Jan 2013
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IPT Insights
Insights on intellectual property and technology from around the world.
Australia
17 Nov 2012
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Australia's tobacco plain packaging law held to be constitutional and valid
The landmark decision raises the question of how tobacco companies will differentiate themselves from their competitors.
Australia
21 Aug 2012
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Australia's Intellectual Property Laws the Bar has been Raised
The most significant single set of reforms to Australia's intellectual property (IP) laws in years are now in place.
Australia
6 Jul 2012
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IPT Insights
This publication discusses various new developments in Intellectual Property in Asia and Australia.
Australia
8 Nov 2011
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Australia Is Set to Enact World First Plain Packaging Law
Discusses the introduction of plain packaging legislation in Australia and its impact on trade mark laws.
Australia
25 Jul 2011
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Despite Success, Trade Mark Holder Left Carrying The Bag On Costs: What Are The Lessons?
What do you do if you go to the trouble of suing someone for infringement of your trade mark, successfully obtain an order against them to restrain them from continuing to infringe and they breach that order?
Australia
2 Aug 2007
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TMC Bulletin - May 2007
The privacy of Jane Doe - The Australian High Court’s decision in Australian Broadcasting Corporation v Lenah Game Meats Pty Ltd opened the possibility of the development of a common law right to privacy in Australia.
Australia
 
25 May 2007
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TMC Bulletin: 2006 The Year In Review
The Trade Marks Amendment Act 2006 significantly amends the Trade Marks Act 1995 as set out below. The Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Act 2006 makes some additional amendments to the Act.
Australia
17 Jan 2007
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Update Colour Trade Marks – Court Update
The Australian Federal Court recently handed down a full court decision on BP’s trade mark applications for the colour green. This decision is significant as it is the first time that an appeal court in Australia has considered colour trade marks.
Australia
 
19 Oct 2006
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