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Welcome to Shelston IP's round up of some of the best Australian and New Zealand trade mark cases for 2020.
Spruson & Ferguson
The APO considered whether an Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be an inventor for an Australian patent application.
Davies Collison Cave
The commercial desire to adopt a generic.com trade mark is unsurprising – such domain names are easy for consumers to recall and readily informs the consumer what goods or services they are offering.
Davies Collison Cave
As previously reported, IP Australia is providing simplified and exceptional extensions of up to three months for users impacted by COVID-19.
Davies Collison Cave
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing global disruption, and entire sectors of the economy are being shut down to limit infection.
Davies Collison Cave
Since 1987, Caesarstone, an Israeli company, manufactured and sold large quartz slabs around the world.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
These new changes will apply the next time you want to register the ".au" domain name incorporating your new trade mark.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
After a government review, the innovation patent system in Australia will be abolished from 26 August 2021.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
US case looks at the Australian "fair dealing" defence & reminds us that Fair Use is not a defence in Australia
McCullough Robertson
Recent case highlights the risks of others being able to use the same or similar name, even if the trade mark is registered.
LegalVision
If you have created an app with mechanisms & functionality that you think are novel & innovative, then consider patenting it.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
This new objects clause provided a framework within which the provisions of the Patents Act were to be considered.
Spruson & Ferguson
This themed series of articles answers some common questions in patent law, commencing with a discussion on prior art.
Spruson & Ferguson
When registering an ".au" domain name, you are required to prove that you have an Australian presence.
McCarthy Durie Lawyers
This recent US case is an indication that the framework and basis on which a trademark is deemed registrable is changing.
Davies Collison Cave
On 2 December 2020, the Designs Amendment (Advisory Council on Intellectual Property Response) Bill 2020 was introduced into the Senate – one of two houses of Australia's Federal Parliament.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The article considers how this specific EU case compares with related UK cases, and looks at recent Australian trends.
Davies Collison Cave
The "support" requirement replaced "fair basis" for patents subject to the post-RTB Act.
Davies Collison Cave
Intellectual property is embedded throughout a business.
Davies Collison Cave
DCC will continue to manage existing European trade mark registrations (EUTMs) and similar registrations obtained under the Madrid Protocol International registration system.
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