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Planned reforms anger Australian patent attorneys

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

IP Australia’s proposed reforms to the country’s patent system are poorly thought through, partly unnecessary and will increase prosecution costs for businesses, say lawyers

IP Australia released two consultation papers on March 30. The first proposes an experimental use exemption to patent infringement while the second puts forward a series...

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