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Shelston IP
The Full Federal Court found that use of the TRIDENT trade mark by the parent company was authorised by the subsidiary.
Holman Webb
This case examined authorised use of a trade mark, in the context of a mark used by the parent but owned by a subsidiary.
Spruson & Ferguson
The Chinese government has lowered trade mark official fees in an effort to enhance IP protection for trade mark owners.
Spruson & Ferguson
Explanation of why one should enlist careful assistance from local TM counsel when designating Thailand in a TM application.
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion about recent trademark case where IRIDE opposed application to register MY RIDE.
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.
Davies Collison Cave
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
Davies Collison Cave
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
Williams + Hughes
The Kraft trade dress could have been protected as a registered trade mark, but it had never in fact been registered.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Kim Kardashian is facing public criticism for her choice of brand name for her new body shapewear line, 'Kimono'.
Spruson & Ferguson
This case highlights the importance of due-diligence prior to using or applying to register a trade mark in Australia.
Swaab
Article explains that, with or without a deal, there is likely to be an orderly transition of IP rights between EU & UK.
Pointon Partners
Article highlights that different rules which may apply to determine trade mark ownership and rights in different countries.
Shelston IP
IP Australia have released Australian Design Search, to replace the Australian Designs Data Searching system, or ADDS.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This article highlights some key statistics from the IP Report as well as research in the trade marks and designs space.
Holding Redlich
Japanese IP lawyers objected to celebrity Kim Kardashian's proposed trademark 'Kimono' for her body shape solutions line.
Marque Lawyers
The wine trade mark infringement was so blatant that the company had no reasonable prospects of defending the claim.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
These changes will open Australia's IP protection regimes to encourage innovation from Australian companies and others.
Holding Redlich
A key feature of trade mark registration is that a business's interests in and rights to that trade mark are protected.
Davies Collison Cave
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
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Williams + Hughes
The Kraft trade dress could have been protected as a registered trade mark, but it had never in fact been registered.
Davies Collison Cave
The New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) recently released a consultation paper on proposed changes to New Zealand's intellectual property laws
Davies Collison Cave
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
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.
Davies Collison Cave
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
Spruson & Ferguson
Discussion about recent trademark case where IRIDE opposed application to register MY RIDE.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This decision highlights the need for thorough IP due diligence whether you are purchasing or selling a company.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This decision has highlighted the fact that IP rights are better protected when they have been officially registered.
K&L Gates
The parallel importer competes with the registered trade mark owner and its authorised distributors to sell the products in Australia.
Spruson & Ferguson
This case highlights the importance of due-diligence prior to using or applying to register a trade mark in Australia.
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