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What does a No Deal Brexit mean for your trade marks?
Article explains that, with or without a deal, there is likely to be an orderly transition of IP rights between EU & UK.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
2
When a dis­trib­u­tor­ship ends – who gets the nam­ing rights?
The main heads of disputes when a distributorship ends include trade marks, reputation, domain names & contractual issues.
Australia
8 May 2019
3
What Brexit will mean for trade marks in the UK
It is important to remember that after the withdrawal, the UK will remain a member of the Madrid Protocol as will the EU.
UK
13 Sep 2018
4
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
5
Brands as a legal asset
Once you have identified, valued and protected your brands, you would be in a position to exploit the potential in them.
Australia
25 Nov 2017
6
Trade mark protection against parallel importers
Parallel importation may not be an infringement of the trade mark rights of an overseas manufacturer in Australia.
Australia
14 Sep 2017
7
Halo, trade mark applications for Rumi and Sir Carter - babies of Beyonce set to run the world
What more could a famous celebrity with an impressive fortune want – a trade mark registration for her newborn children!
Australia
17 Jul 2017
8
Make your mark in China
The protection of trade marks should be of critical importance for Australian businesses thinking of moving into China.
Australia
23 Jun 2017
9
Are you entitled to trade under your own name?
Issues of ownership of a trading name can arise if a professional assigns his or her personal name to another party.
Australia
19 May 2017
10
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
11
Adwords: Paragons or Parasites?
The use of AdWords generally does not constitute trade mark infringement because it does not represent trade mark use.
Australia
20 Sep 2016
12
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
13
Trade mark quality control sorts the geese from the turkeys
A trade mark can be a very valuable asset for any business.
Australia
4 Sep 2016
14
A Messi patchwork of image rights
Individuals must use a combination of copyright, consumer law, trade mark and common law rights to protect their image.
Australia
22 Jul 2016
15
A global meeting of the brands
It is necessary in an online world to consider and implement a strategic approach to develop and protect your brand.
Australia
1 Jul 2016
16
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
17
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
18
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
19
Social responsibility series: How will they know we care? Product and business certification choices
Product certification and a certifying body's trademarks show that your products or services meet with certain standards.
Australia
29 Sep 2015
20
Are your brands at risk?
It is important for companies to recognise that their brands represent valuable assets and care for them accordingly.
Australia
29 Sep 2015
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