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  • Australia: A year in the Australian IP courts

    25 Sep 2015

    The High Court considers patentability issues and distinctiveness of foreign words, while the federal court considers unique preliminary discovery application. Chris Jordan and Jessica Sapountsis of Davies Collison Cave offer an overview

  • A day in the life of a patent examiner

    24 Sep 2015

    Gillian Thompson of IP Australia speaks to Managing IP about what her work is like, some of the most interesting inventions that have come across her desk and why she is optimistic about the future of innovation in Australia

  • Q&A: litigation update

    24 Sep 2015

    Blair Beven and Joe Seisdedos of AJ Park report on recent developments on the Australian IP scene, including a crackdown on piracy and copyright theft

  • A unique slant on a unique system

    24 Sep 2015

    Wayne Slater and Daniel Rosenthal of IP Gateway offer advice on how to get the most out of filing design applications in Australia

  • Innovation patents under scrutiny

    24 Sep 2015

    Matthew Ward of Shelston IP answers questions on the key developments of Australian patent law, including elucidation of the failings of the Innovation Patent Regime

  • A red flag for IP holders

    24 Sep 2015

    Aminiasi Vulaono and Artika Prasad of Pacific Islands Intellectual Property Services advise IP holders to take note of capital gains tax regulations when selling their intellectual property in Fiji

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