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Proposed IP reforms provoke criticism


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

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.

The government has created a new...


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@gtlaw Hi - can we use one of your photos in the AIPPI Congress News please?

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Will anyone admit to reading the article and not realising it was a fictional case?! https://t.co/hXkuh335gH

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Gripping testimony from @SimonTheTam about The Slants legal battle in trademark session at #aippi2017 “I decided I… https://t.co/iTHWmS4loM

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