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Mother drink maker wins stay of trade mark loss, but must swallow costs
Intellectual Property 2022-04-26 2:53 pm By Sam Matthews

The maker of Mother brand energy drinks has won a stay of a judge’s decision to remove one of its trade marks for non-use, but […]

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Energy Beverages tries to revive ‘Mother’ trade marks
Appeals 2022-03-08 3:41 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The maker of Mother brand energy drinks has filed an appeal challenging a judge’s decision to remove two of its registered ‘Mother’ trade marks for […]

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Judge trashes Energy Beverages’ ‘Mother’ trade marks
Intellectual Property 2022-02-22 5:56 pm By Sam Matthews

Energy Beverages, which makes Mother brand energy drinks, has failed to convince a judge that two of its ‘Mother’ trade marks should not be removed […]

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Pharmacor challenges patent extension for Biogen’s MS drug
Intellectual Property 2021-09-23 2:14 pm By Bianca Hrovat

An Australian generic drug manufacturer has struck back at patent lawsuit by Swiss pharmaceutical company Biogen, alleging a patent for MS drug Tecfidera is invalid […]

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Biogen wants injunction ahead of trial against Pharmacor over MS drug
Intellectual Property 2021-08-25 2:25 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Swiss pharmaceutical company Biogen is seeking a court order blocking an Australian generic drug manufacturer from selling a cheap multiple sclerosis drug it claims infringes […]

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Biogen sues Pharmacor over patent for MS drug Tecfidera
Intellectual Property 2021-08-10 5:02 pm By Miklos Bolza

Swiss pharmaceutical company Biogen has filed another lawsuit accusing an Australian generic drug manufacturer of infringing the patent for its blockbuster multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera. […]

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Greenpeace wins IP stoush with AGL over ‘satirical’ campaign
Intellectual Property 2021-06-08 9:52 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has thrown out trade mark infringement claims brought by AGL against Greenpeace for using the energy company’s logo in a public campaign labelling […]

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Full Court won’t undo injunction barring ‘RestQ’ trade mark use
Intellectual Property 2021-05-28 10:19 pm By Cindy Cameronne

An appeals court has upheld a ruling which bars use of the RestQ trade mark on sleep products sold by Martin & Pleasance because of […]

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‘Disturbing number of similarities’: Judge slaps interim injunction on ‘RestQ’ trade mark use
Intellectual Property 2021-03-17 8:33 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has issued an injunction temporarily barring use of the RestQ trade mark on sleep products sold by Martin & Pleasance because of a […]

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Full Court to hear another appeal over computer-implemented invention
Intellectual Property 2021-03-04 2:58 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Full Federal Court has been asked to consider an appeal of a judge’s ruling backing the position of the Commissioner of Patents that two […]

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