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By Richard Jarvis, Fiona Galbraith
A very small proportion of Australian patents are the subject of Federal Court judgments.
By Timothy Creek, Jessica Sapountsis, Lachlan Sadler
Justice Banks-Smith has found that the hair regrowth company Ashley & Martin used unfair terms in certain standard form customer contracts.
By Esther Seow, Benita Lau
As a starting point, all businesses have a trade mark.
By Mattia Pagani, Sam Mickan
This network representation was displayed to a user, who was able to select one or more of the entities for which searches were to be carried out across remote data sources, in order to determine additional information.
By Jie An Yang
As a start-up, how do you find out more about who your competitors are and what they are working on? How do you find out if your product has a differentiating factor? Do you have a first mover's advantage?
By Timothy Creek, Jessica Sapountsis, Lachlan Sadler
This is the latest in a monthly series detailing developments in competition and consumer law in Australia..
By Gordon Hughes
On 26 July 2019, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) released its final Digital Platforms Inquiry report relating to the impact of online search engines, social media
By Gordon Hughes
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Consumer Data Right) Act 2019 was passed on 1 August 2019 and the first stage will come into effect in February 2020. The legislation introduces data portability
By Davies Collison Cave
The Principals of the Davies Collison Cave, Davies Collison Cave Law and Davies Collison Cave Singapore are pleased to announce a number of promotions that took effect on 1 July 2019.
By Michael Caine, Scott Sonneman
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
By Timothy Creek, Lachlan Sadler, Jessica Sapountsis
This is the first in a monthly series detailing updates on developments in competition and consumer law in Australia, including the activities of Australia's competition and consumer regulator
By Gordon Hughes, Andrew Sutherland
On 24 June 2019, the Supreme Court of New South Wales ruled that a media company could be liable for defamatory postings on its Facebook page by members of the public: Voller v Nationwide News Pty Ltd
By Rodney De Boos
The Australian Government has passed legislation which will remove the intellectual property safe harbour from the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Act) on 12 September 2019
By Nick Holmes, Janette Li
In Tempting Brands Netherlands B.V. v Comite International Olympique [2019] NZIPOTM 3 (28 February 2019), the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) dismissed the International Olympic
By Michael Caine
A proposal for amending the Patents Act 2013 seeks to remedy problems caused by the failure of this Act to recognise multiple or partial priorities in a single claim.