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Cotton On reaches settlement in copyright stoush with streetwear rival
Intellectual Property 2022-05-18 10:46 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Cotton On has settled court proceedings brought against rival surf and streetwear label Ghanda for threatening it with a copyright and trade mark infringement lawsuit. […]

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High Court to weigh in on patentability of computer-implemented inventions
High Court 2022-03-10 11:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court will weigh in on the test for patentability that should be applied to computer-implemented inventions, granting special leave to Aristocrat Technologies to […]

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Cotton On lashes out at infringement claims, says copying rife in fashion industry
Intellectual Property 2021-12-21 4:08 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Retail giant Cotton On has hit back at allegations of copyright infringement from rival surf and streetwear label Ghanda, telling a judge that copying is […]

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Full Court shoots down Aristocrat’s patents for popular poker machine
Intellectual Property 2021-11-19 9:26 pm By Cindy Cameronne

IP Australia has won its appeal of a judge’s decision to allow four Aristocrat patents for its popular Lightning Link electronic poker machine to proceed […]

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Cotton On takes rival to court over ‘unjustifiable’ litigation threats
Intellectual Property 2021-11-15 12:45 pm By Miklos Bolza

Australian clothing retailer Cotton On has taken rival surf and streetwear brand Ghanda to court over “unjustifiable” and “groundless” accusations of copyright and trade mark […]

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Tabcorp sued for patent infringement over ‘Cash Out on Quaddie’ feature
Intellectual Property 2021-07-27 3:04 pm By Miklos Bolza

Australian gambling giant Tabcorp has been hit with a lawsuit for allegedly infringing two patents with its ‘Cash Out on Quaddie’ wagering feature. Two Isle […]

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Aurizon accused of flagrant copyright infringement by software giant Dassault
Intellectual Property 2021-05-17 4:44 pm By Miklos Bolza

Queensland rail operator Aurizon has been sued for breach of contract and “flagrant” copyright infringement for allegedly using software produced by French software giant Dassault […]

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Fonterra loses lawsuit seeking to halt use of ‘Bega’ trade mark
Intellectual Property 2021-02-25 8:08 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

A judge has rejected Fonterra’s bid to restrain Bega from using the Bega trade mark on packaging for peanut butter and nut products as well […]

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The top litigation law firms of 2020
Feature 2021-01-27 11:21 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Lawyerly’s Litigation Firms of 2020 delivered significant victories for clients last year in bet-the-company matters, thriving in a tumultuous year that saw courts and litigants […]

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In loss for Seiko, High Court adopts patent exhaustion doctrine
Peter Creighton-Selvay 2020-11-12 1:16 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has ruled that a patentee’s rights to control what can be done with a patented product after it is sold are “exhausted” […]

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