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No scope in Patents Act for holding directors jointly liable for unjustified threats: court
Intellectual Property 2024-01-29 3:33 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A letter by King & Wood Mallesons was an unjustifiable threat of patent litigation against car accessories company Clearview, as was an announcement by the […]

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Shine Lawyers takes ELC provider to school in trade mark spat
Intellectual Property 2023-11-06 11:31 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Plaintiff law firm Shine Lawyers has succeeded in narrowing the services an early learning services chain can register its ‘Shine Advantage’ trade mark for. Shine […]

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Peru sour after failed bid to trade mark pisco
Intellectual Property 2023-07-04 5:07 pm By Gareth Baker

The government of Peru has appealed a ruling that rejected its bid to trade mark the alcoholic spirit pisco, after an IP Australia delegate found […]

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‘Unjustifiable threats’: TCT Group wins patent revocation, indemnity costs against Polaris
Intellectual Property 2023-04-11 11:54 am By Sam Matthews

TCT Group has won orders revoking two patents for hinges held by Polaris IP as well as indemnity costs, with a judge finding the patentee […]

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The top litigation law firms of 2022
Litigation Law Firms of the Year 2023-03-03 6:35 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Lawyerly’s Litigation Law Firms of 2022 racked up precedent-setting victories in a year that continued to see major developments in class action law. Our editorial […]

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Aristocrat wins $36M in patent infringement damages from pokies maker Konami
Intellectual Property 2022-12-15 4:44 pm By Sam Matthews

Gaming company Konami will cough up $35.9 million dollars to rival company Aristocrat Technologies next year, eight years after a judge found that it had […]

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Konami to pay Aristocrat a portion of 12 years’ profit from infringing poker machines
Intellectual Property 2022-12-09 10:38 pm By Sam Matthews

Gaming company Konami Australia has been ordered to pay rival Aristocrat Technologies a proportion of profits from the sale of patent-infringing poker machines over a […]

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‘Not innocent’: Boart Longyear can’t avoid tool recall in patent infringement spat
Intellectual Property 2022-11-21 9:28 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Mineral exploration company Boart Longyear has been granted leave to appeal a finding that it infringed a patent for a mining tool, but it can’t […]

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Court finds Globaltech, Boart Longyear infringed mining patent
Intellectual Property 2022-10-10 11:50 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has found mining tool company Globaltech and mineral exploration company Boart Longyear infringed a patent for a mining tool owned by Australian Mud […]

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Microsoft comes up short in IP retrial after ‘regrettable’ $2.8M judgment
Intellectual Property 2022-10-05 6:30 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has dismissed the majority of Microsoft’s six-year-old intellectual property suit against a Melbourne computer retailer over its Windows 7 software, which previously netted […]

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