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Can I trademark my business name?
Trademark registration of your business name is a relatively inexpensive and effective way to achieve protection.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Someone has stolen my trademark - What should I do?
These are steps to take if you believe your trademark, a sign to distinguish your goods or services, has been infringed.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Top five trademark issues to consider for your startup
Complex issues may arise for startup businesses without adequate trademark protection, so these are five to consider.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Do I need an overseas trademark?
If you sell or promote goods or services in another country, then you should register a trademark in that country.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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Calling all stations: why a carefully planned trade mark strategy matters
The authors discuss 5 key ways Australian businesses can mitigate risks of engaging in expensive trade mark litigation.
Australia
6 Mar 2017
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Will the real Kylie please stand up? Trade mark opposition put in (loco)motion
The Notice of Opposition highlights some important realities that all businesses need to understand and consider.
Australia
10 Mar 2016
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Who Is Australia's Cheapest Chemist? A cautionary tale for all trade mark owners
In this Alert, we explain the reasons for the judgement in Verrocchi v Direct Chemist Outlet.
Australia
24 May 2015
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Trade mark and copyright infringement not a family affair
Close relatives of people who commit trade mark or copyright infringements will not be liable if they were not involved.
Australia
27 Mar 2015
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What frozen berries could now mean to trade mark owners
Trade mark owners should be careful with marks which include a map of Australia or phrases such as "Made in Australia".
Australia
12 Mar 2015
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Plain packaging in the age of obesity and Free Trade Agreements
People overlook trade marks, but they are an important and valuable asset.
Australia
21 Dec 2014
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Trade Mark Watching – Keep time on your side
Brand owners are often under a common misapprehension that they can rest on their laurels after registering a trade mark.
Australia
16 Jul 2013
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Agribusiness sector effectively protects brands with trade marks
Registering trademarks allows businesses to develop a brand and ensures that the brand remains protected in the process.
Australia
5 Dec 2012
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Real Estate Marketing on the Internet: Using Registered Trade Marks Online
A recent Federal Court case demonstrates how effective trade mark registration can be in providing a competitive edge in the marketplace.
Australia
 
2 Jul 2010
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Google AdWords: Infringing Trade Marks?
Anyone can purchase available keywords - which may include registered trade marks. For example, a competitor of Louis Vuitton could purchase the keyword 'Louis Vuitton', meaning that Google users may be presented with an advertisement and a link to a competitor's website when they search 'Louis Vuitton'.
Worldwide
 
22 Apr 2010
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Protecting Marketing Slogans And Sentences
A recent Federal Court decision illustrates the importance of seeking trade mark protection for phrases or slogans which are used as marketing tools.
Australia
 
22 Aug 2009
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Facebook Introduces Personalised URLs
From this weekend, Facebook's 200 million users will be able to customise their profile URLs using actual names, rather than just the random URL identification numbers currently used.
Worldwide
11 Jun 2009
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The Value Of Your Brand
How much is your brand worth? The fourth annual BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands ranking was published by Millward Brown Optimor on 29 April 2009.
Australia
 
7 May 2009
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Brand Protection Under New Generic Top-Level Domain Names
The World Intellectual Property Organisation advocates new dispute resolution procedures for alleged infringement of trade marks under the new Generic Top-Level Domain Names to be released in 2010.
Australia
 
7 May 2009
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Twitter And Your Brand
There has been significant discussion in relation to the impact of the Internet on trade marks and brand protection, with every "next big thing" posing new challenges to brand owners.
Australia
 
7 May 2009
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Convergence Of Technologies May Expand Trade Mark Protection
A recent decision of the Federal Court illustrates how the convergence of technologies is affecting trade mark law, recognising that, under certain circumstances, the scope of registered trade mark protection may be expanded to include the use of a trade mark in relation to new technologies which were not being used or necessarily contemplated by the applicant at the time the original trade mark application was filed.
Australia
3 Apr 2009
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