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Shelston IP
In a recent case the issue of whether a film title functions as a trade mark has again been discussed.
Shelston IP
What can brand owners do to combat counterfeiters in Australia?
Spruson & Ferguson
S&F congratulates their client who they have helped with their patent, obtaining a registered design & a trademark.
Shelston IP
IP Australia is providing free extensions of time of up to three months if a deadline cannot be met due to the effects of COVID.
Shelston IP
Owners of the WICKED SISTER trade mark, for desserts, failed to prevent the use of the WICKED trade mark, for sauces.
LegalVision
While proceeding with court action may seem attractive, litigation can be expensive, tiresome and unpredictable.
Rigby Cooke Lawyers
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Australia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Davies Collison Cave
From 1 September 2020, the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) will offer the SG IP Fast Track programme to assist IP owners in expediting the registration of their IP rights.
Davies Collison Cave
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing global disruption, and entire sectors of the economy are being shut down to limit infection.
Davies Collison Cave
This newsletter contains helpful up-to-date resources for our clients.
McCullough Robertson
Trade mark protection is a simple and cost-effective method of ensuring the exclusive rights in a new brand or logo.
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion and summary of recent trade mark case.
Shelston IP
Many deadlines for patents, trade marks and designs are covered by the recent streamlined extensions of time.
Spruson & Ferguson
This article includes a summary of major changes to the official fees in relation to patents, trade marks and designs.
Shelston IP
The Smart Trade Mark uses blockchain technology to verify that products, sales channels and trade mark uses are genuine.
Shelston IP
Outline of changes to official fees payable in relation to trade mark applications.
Shelston IP
This decision provides guidance on types of evidence sufficient to prove use of a trade mark in the course of trade.
Shelston IP
The Full Federal Court decided that the primary judge erred in finding "honest concurrent" use of the CAESARSTONE mark.
Shelston IP
Trade Marks Office decisions in Australia & NZ reach different conclusions. What does this mean?
Davies Collison Cave
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing global disruption, and entire sectors of the economy are being shut down to limit infection.
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