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By Faran Ward, Andrew Cale
This case highlights the importance of detailed records throughout the ideation and development stage of your invention.
By Anna Goldys, Elizabeth Barrett
The Federal Court provided further guidance regarding how infringement of a Swiss-style patent claim is established.
By Daniel Wilson
The PROCAT trade mark was found sufficiently different to the Cat marks, so was unlikely to cause deception or confusion.
By Simon Reynolds, Ayesha Lee
The decision examines patentable subject matter and highlights advantages of the innovation patent system for patentees.
By Jennifer Kwaan, Sylvie Tso
SEPs play an important role in the development and promotion of new technology and highly standardised industries.
By Dhanasun Chumchuay, Warisara Salangam
Enlisting the careful assistance of local trademark counsel may be a good idea for navigating the Thai DIP's practices.
By May Chan
The Chinese government has lowered trade mark official fees in an effort to enhance IP protection for trade mark owners.
By Peter Hallett, Sylvie Tso
Article advises that the ACCC guidelines will be required reading for anyone involved in IP licensing in Australia.
By Jennifer Kwaan, Sylvie Tso
Article provides a snapshot of the licensing of SEPs in Australia & provides a description of a standard essential patent.
By Dhanasun Chumchuay, Warisara Salangam
Explanation of why one should enlist careful assistance from local TM counsel when designating Thailand in a TM application.
By Joerg Sosna
To curb the bad faith filing practice, the NPCSC introduced the 'intent to use' requirement to the China Trade Mark Law.
By Daniel Wilson
Discussion about recent trademark case where IRIDE opposed application to register MY RIDE.
By David Tso, Declan McKeveney
Recent FC decision confirms that diagnostic methods are patentable subject-matter in Australia.
By Ayesha Lee
Patentees should consider if refurbished goods were remanufactured (potentially infringing) or repaired (non-infringing).
By Rhiannan Solomon, Blake Knowles
This case highlights the importance of due-diligence prior to using or applying to register a trade mark in Australia.