Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property
Shelston IP
Patent office stringently applies new support laws which set higher thresholds required in a patent specification.
Shelston IP
The updated APO guidelines for patentability are also arguably counterproductive to encouraging innovation in Australia.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This brand dispute is highlighting the importance of properly drafted Intellectual Property Licence Agreements.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The road to registration hasn't been so sweet, with IP Australia finding that the trade mark was too descriptive.
Shelston IP
The initial report included a number of restrictive patent provisions which the government has agreed to accept.
Bartier Perry
When an allegation of IP infringement is made, the IP infringers could issue a counter-claim of 'unjustified' threats.
Shelston IP
The article discusses relevant sections of the Patents Act and the requirements for an extension of time in Australia.
DibbsBarker
This was a good reminder to brand owners that there is no 'one size fits all' approach for the enforcement of IP rights.
Shelston IP
An Austrade approved QIP ('Quality Incentive Program') consultant would assist you with your EMDG application.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The Court ordered internet service providers to block access to overseas websites facilitating copyright infringement.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
Despite similarities in presentation, there was no real tangible risk of confusing the Aldi products with MIL's.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
A Special K trade mark application was filed for use relating to sportswear, tennis racquets and sports competitions.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
This case highlights the need for businesses to avoid using product names that allude to high-profile individuals.
K&L Gates
As part of the K&L Gates Business Bytes series, Sydney partner and patent attorney, Nigel Lokan, discusses the use of innovation patents as strategic tools for clients.
Shelston IP
Rather than "fix" the innovation patent, the Government considers that more targeted assistance may better assist SMEs.
Pointon Partners
The Madrid Protocol allows for international registration of trade marks in countries which are members of the treaty.
McCullough Robertson
This case was significant as it was the largest amount awarded to a foreign business in a Chinese trade mark dispute.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
The use of meta-tags may constitute trade mark infringement, as the source data is visible if you know what to look for.
Shelston IP
Applicants must ensure that the description of embodiments in a patent specification is updated prior to filing.
Shelston IP
This article considers whether change in NZ IP policy direction is likely, depending on which party emerges victorious.
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DibbsBarker
This was a good reminder to brand owners that there is no 'one size fits all' approach for the enforcement of IP rights.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
This case highlights the need for businesses to avoid using product names that allude to high-profile individuals.
KordaMentha
This case was a timely reminder that companies should check they have sufficient policies and procedures to protect IP.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
The use of meta-tags may constitute trade mark infringement, as the source data is visible if you know what to look for.
K&L Gates
As part of the K&L Gates Business Bytes series, Sydney partner and patent attorney, Nigel Lokan, discusses the use of innovation patents as strategic tools for clients.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
A Special K trade mark application was filed for use relating to sportswear, tennis racquets and sports competitions.
Swaab Attorneys
Parallel importation may not be an infringement of the trade mark rights of an overseas manufacturer in Australia.
Shelston IP
This article considers whether change in NZ IP policy direction is likely, depending on which party emerges victorious.
K&L Gates
The Australian Government has proposed significant changes to Australian patent law following an inquiry into the IP system recently completed by its advisory body, the Productivity Commission.
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