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Case Note On Trident Seafoods Corporation v Trident Foods Pty Limited [2018]
The case considered use of a trade mark by a parent company where registration rights are recorded in a wholly owned subsidiary.
Australia
3 Apr 2019
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Power To The High Court To Hear Revocation Proceedings
In this case, the defendant would be entitled to a declaration of invalidity in relation to the asserted claims.
Singapore
20 Mar 2019
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Australian Patent Office v Apple Inc: Time For Another Bite At Patenting Fancy User Interfaces
On 20 August 2018, the Australian Patent Office gave Apple Inc. another chance to patent a fancy way of displaying time on iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch devices.
Australia
3 Sep 2018
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App Developers Turn To The Dark Side
"Sabacc" is a fictional card game in the Star Wars universe. In the most recent Star Wars film, a young Han Solo wins the Millennium Falcon during a game of Sabacc.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
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Australian Patent Office Refuses Patent For Financial Trading Method
In April 2018, the Australian Patent Office held the hearing of BGC Partners Inc [2018] APO 27, in which it refused a patent application in the area of financial trading for failing to claim patentable subject matter.
Australia
9 Aug 2018
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Invalidity Of Geographically Descriptive Marks Crystal Clear
Justice Burley of the Federal Court of Australia has handed down his decision in Bohemia Crystal Pty Ltd v Host Corporation Pty Ltd [2018] FCA 235.
Australia
8 Jun 2018
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Relaxation Of Amendment Practice In New Zealand
With the introduction of the New Zealand Patents Act 2013, New Zealand Examiners adopted a strict approach to the assessment of amendments ...
New Zealand
8 Jun 2018
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Awarding Costs In The Federal Court: Does The Winner Take All?
The judgment of Seiko Epson Co v Calidad Pty Ltd [2018] FCA 104 provides useful guidance on how the Federal Court apportions costs between parties who have each been partly successful in the litigation.
Australia
14 May 2018
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Applications For Preliminary Discovery Are Not Dress Rehearsals Or "Mini Trials"
The correct approach to determining "reasonable belief" became the central issue on appeal.
Australia
1 May 2018
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