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Key points of Australia's proposed IP reforms

Karry Lai, Asialaw, Hong Kong


Reforms are coming in Australia as the government responds to the Productivity Commission inquiry into IP arrangements

The Australian government published its response to the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into IP arrangements at the end of August. Important proposed reforms the government plans to make span patent, copyright and trade mark law. We take a look at how...


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RT @tm4smallbiz: The oldest registered trademarks in the world. https://t.co/soeeXPo0HD Nice blog post from @ZnakiTowarowe

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Last month, the Brussels Court of Appeal decided that Aldi’s Buval Pilsner does not infringe InBev’s Jupiler Pilsne… https://t.co/UGJWX2uHvI

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Motorola v Hytera: standard essential patents are to be considered by Australia’s Federal Court next year https://t.co/SOWVorWUBr

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