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Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin (newsletter)
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2019
Volume 31 No 9 — January 2019
Will Australia’s blocking injunction regime keep up with the pirates?
WTO panel decision: Australia’s tobacco plain packaging legislation not in violation of TRIPS
Aspects of compensation under the usual undertaking: Sigma Pharmaceuticals (Australia) Pty Ltd v Wyeth
Government takes (some) steps to implement intellectual property law reforms recommended by the Productivity Commission
E-trading patent refused for lacking technical substance
2018
Volume 31 No 8 — December 2018
Vexatious litigant restrained from falsely alleging IP infringement
Parallel importation, unjustified threats and other recent amendments to the Trade Marks Act
Beware the composite promise: utility in ESCO Corp v Ronneby Road Pty Ltd
Parallel imports welcome in Australia
Insurance for the silver screen: how to keep the cameras rolling and your clients covered
Volume 31 No 7 — November 2018
Federal Circuit Court’s new IP practice direction — strengthening IP rights for SMEs and individuals
Mark my words: meta tags, Adwords and trade mark infringement
Copyright issues encountered in distribution of film and television content on the internet
Influencing the influencers: when savvy marketing becomes a legal trap
Government takes first steps to implement Productivity Commission’s recommendations
Volume 31 No 6 — October 2018
Career Step, LLC v TalentMed Pty Ltd (No 2) — tackling the vexed question of joint authorship
The “patent bargain” for clean technologies — altering the deal
Considerations relating to drafting the patent specification
Avenues for IP litigation
Craft beer, banks and fastcards: case note of opposition proceedings
Volume 31 No 5 — August 2018
Position clarified: a defect in ownership cannot be “cured” by an assignment to the correct owner
“Like brands, only cheaper” — the court’s stance on copycat and “natural” products
Should the Australian Patent Office be denying patent eligibility to commercially relevant gene-based inventions?
School for scandal: the Supreme Court of the United States, trade mark law and freedom of speech in the age of Trump
Patents and planet hunting
Volume 31 No 4 — June 2018
SAI Global Property Division Pty Ltd v Johnstone
Survival of the fittest in trade marks dispute
Grant available for patent and trade mark fees
Intellectual property protection for innovations related to epigenetics
Copyright in millions of unpublished works, films and sound recordings to be snuffed out on 1 January 2019
Volume 31 No 3 — May 2018
The University of Wollongong gets a lesson in trade mark law
NV Sumatra Tobacco Trading Co v Qantas Airways Ltd
New Zealand patent law update
One step is good, two steps are bad: patentability of a computer-implemented interface
Building an effective IP management framework for your organisation
The future of trade secrets — the EU aligning with the UK, even with Brexit
Volume 31 No 1 & 2 — April 2018
The Productivity Commission’s Final Report into Intellectual Property Arrangements (Part 2)
APRA v Dion
ACCC appeals decision after Federal Court finds in favour of Medibank
A patent culture begets an innovation culture
The government’s response to the Productivity Commission Report signals significant changes to intellectual property laws in Australia
The Full Federal Court’s insight into trade mark ownerships
Volume 30 No 10 — February 2018
Designing a better system? Failure of the Productivity Commission IP Report to deliver meaningful change for designers
Napier Tool & Die Ltd v Oraka Technologies Ltd
Manuka Honey providing food for thought from a trade marks perspective
Patent law update 2016: putting patents through the wringer
The Productivity Commission’s Final Report into Intellectual Property Arrangements
Volume 30 No 9 — January 2018
Australian Trade Mark Opposition Law book review
Mere offers to supply patented products can infringe Australian patents, but mere applications for PBS listing will not
Being the “McQueen” of fashion didn’t help in securing trade mark rights
Magazine behemoth, “Elle” comes off second best to “Addition Elle”
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