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Latest patent ruling rejecting AI inventorship puts Federal Court in minority
Intellectual Property 2021-09-24 1:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Federal Court’s decision that artificial intelligence can be listed on a patent application as the inventor has become an outlier, as the UK joins […]

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Commissioner of Patents challenges landmark ruling on artificial intelligence
Appeals 2021-08-30 1:47 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Commissioner of Patents has appealed a landmark judgment that found artificial intelligence can be named an inventor on a patent application. In a world […]

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CoreLogic infringed real estate photographer’s copyright, appeals court says
Real Estate 2021-08-19 1:50 pm By Miklos Bolza

Property data analytics firm CoreLogic infringed the copyright of a real estate photographer by uploading images from realestate.com.au to its own property data platform without […]

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‘Why cannot our own creations also create?’: AI can be inventor on patent, court finds
Intellectual Property 2021-07-30 12:39 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

In a landmark judgment, a judge has found artificial intelligence can be named as the inventor on a patent application, setting aside an IP Australia […]

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‘Sydney’s most controversial burger restaurant’ loses appeal in trade mark beef with In-N-Out
Intellectual Property 2021-01-14 1:46 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

The Full Federal Court has upheld an appeal by In-N-Out Burgers against Sydney-based Hashtag Burgers, finding that its two sole directors were also liable for […]

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Full Court gives Branhaven another shot at bovine gene patent
Intellectual Property 2020-10-09 3:57 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Australia’s leading livestock group cannot block US company Branhaven from amending its application for a bovine genome patent, which the group has worried could harm […]

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Litigation funder wins access to docs in parking patent dispute against City of Melbourne
Intellectual Property 2020-06-12 9:19 pm By Miklos Bolza

The funder backing a patent lawsuit by tech firm Vehicle Management Systems over an invention used by the City of Melbourne to time parked vehicles […]

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‘New marketing opportunity’: Judge sees injunction’s silver lining in In-N-Out trade mark dispute
Intellectual Property 2020-06-09 2:35 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A Sydney burger chain that was ordered to change its name after losing a trade mark lawsuit by popular American burger franchise In-N-Out has lost […]

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Down N’ Out to appeal ‘cheeky’ In-N-Out Burger trade mark infringement ruling
Intellectual Property 2020-05-29 12:27 pm By Alison Eveleigh

An Australian burger chain that opened in Sydney as a tribute to the popular American burger franchise In-N-Out is set to appeal a trademark infringement […]

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GSK, Novartis agree to $4.5M penalty for misleading Osteo Gel claims
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-05-04 3:40 pm By Alison Eveleigh

GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis have agreed to a combined penalty of $4.5 million after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accused the pharmaceutical giants of making […]

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