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Cartridge reseller must prove it’s ‘good for the money’ as landmark patent case goes to High Court
Intellectual Property 2019-08-09 8:35 pm By Miklos Bolza

Ink cartridge reseller Calidad has been ordered to show evidence of its finances in support of its application to stay a Full Court judgment while […]

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Ariosa infringed Sequenom’s patent for prenatal genetic test, court finds
Intellectual Property 2019-07-01 10:07 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A court has found Ariosa Diagnostics infringed a patent held by Sequenom for a noninvasive prenatal genetic test, and ruled one claim of the patent […]

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No more shots in Russian vodka trade marks case
Intellectual Property 2019-05-30 9:33 pm By Amelia Birnie

A dispute over allegedly stolen Russian vodka trade marks has been permanently stayed as an abuse of process, after the Russian Federation failed to provide […]

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Neurim wins fight to amend patent for top-selling Circadin amid infringement case
Intellectual Property 2019-02-19 7:35 pm By Christine Caulfield

Drug maker Neurim Pharmaceuticals has won a bid to amend its Australian patent for top selling sleeping pill Circadin over the protests of two generic […]

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In defeat for IP Australia, Rokt wins patent for computer software
Intellectual Property 2018-12-12 2:28 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Rokt has won its bid to patent a digital advertising system, the first major court victory in one of three challenges to IP Australia’s stance […]

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B. Braun launches appeal in IV catheter patent case
Intellectual Property 2018-12-05 12:23 pm By Christine Caulfield

Medical device maker B. Braun Melsungen is appealing a ruling that invalidated its intravenous catheter patents and dismissed allegations of infringement against rival Becton Dickinson. […]

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Trade mark reputation not a factor in deceptively similar cases: Full Court
Intellectual Property 2018-12-04 8:43 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge applied the “wrong test” when he considered the reputation of a trade mark in an infringement case alleging the marks of rival meat […]

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Court draws blood in Becton, B. Braun catheter patent case
Intellectual Property 2018-11-14 12:28 pm By Miklos Bolza

A court has delivered a loss for Germany-based B. Braun Melsungen, dismissing its allegations that US-based device manufacturer Becton Dickinson infringed three of its intravenous catheter […]

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Neurim fights to amend Circadin patent amid infringement case against generics
Intellectual Property 2018-11-12 9:19 pm By Miklos Bolza

Drug maker Neurim Pharmaceuticals is battling to amend its Australian patent for the blockbuster sleeping pill Circadin over opposition from two generic pharmaceutical companies, which […]

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‘Ingenuity’ needed for software-aided biz method patent, IP Australia says
Intellectual Property 2018-11-09 9:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

A software-implemented business method could be patentable if programmed into a computer with “some ingenuity”, IP Australia told the Full Federal Court as a landmark […]

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