Mondaq Australia: Intellectual Property
Kells
Be aware of the limitations of rights when a TM has not been registered & what your rights are in relation to a registered TM.
Rigby Cooke Lawyers
Trademarks Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Australia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Shelston IP
Patents Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Australia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries.
Holding Redlich
Registration of your trade mark is a relatively inexpensive and speedy way of securing protection for your brand.
Spruson & Ferguson
This case highlights the importance of detailed records throughout the ideation and development stage of your invention.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The board has an integral role to play in ensuring that the company manages and protects its intangible assets like IP.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision leaves companies in an uncertain position about their ability to obtain patents to protect key software.
Spruson & Ferguson
The Federal Court provided further guidance regarding how infringement of a Swiss-style patent claim is established.
Holman Webb
Does an employer have rights over connections made during the employment period, or do they belong to the employee?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The court has fundamentally shifted its approach to issuing interlocutory injunctions to prevent the launch of generic products.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Article discusses recent case which looked at whether copyright of building plans had been infringed.
Spruson & Ferguson
The PROCAT trade mark was found sufficiently different to the Cat marks, so was unlikely to cause deception or confusion.
Spruson & Ferguson
The decision examines patentable subject matter and highlights advantages of the innovation patent system for patentees.
Spruson & Ferguson
SEPs play an important role in the development and promotion of new technology and highly standardised industries.
Shelston IP
The Full Federal Court found that use of the TRIDENT trade mark by the parent company was authorised by the subsidiary.
Shelston IP
Re-manufacturers should consider whether their activities may infringe patent rights of original product manufacturers.
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.
Shelston IP
The IP Amendment Bill Part 2 includes provisions to abolish the second-tier patent system, innovation patents & objects clause.
Shelston IP
Overview of some of the key parts of the ACCC guidelines on the repeal of s51(3) which aims to give clarity re IP rights
Spruson & Ferguson
The Chinese government has lowered trade mark official fees in an effort to enhance IP protection for trade mark owners.
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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.
Shelston IP
The article considers whether the Government has over-reacted in recommending a culling of the innovation patent system.
Holman Webb
Does an employer have rights over connections made during the employment period, or do they belong to the employee?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The board has an integral role to play in ensuring that the company manages and protects its intangible assets like IP.
Spruson & Ferguson
The Federal Court provided further guidance regarding how infringement of a Swiss-style patent claim is established.
Spruson & Ferguson
Article advises that the ACCC guidelines will be required reading for anyone involved in IP licensing in Australia.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The court has fundamentally shifted its approach to issuing interlocutory injunctions to prevent the launch of generic products.
Shelston IP
The IP Amendment Bill Part 2 includes provisions to abolish the second-tier patent system, innovation patents & objects clause.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision leaves companies in an uncertain position about their ability to obtain patents to protect key software.
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.
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