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Full Court says climate change wrongly omitted from native title ruling on Santos gas project
Climate change 2024-03-06 10:35 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Full Federal Court has found a native title tribunal failed to consider climate change when making a finding in relation to four new petroleum production leases for Santos’ Narrabri gas project in New South Wales.

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Zip offered Firstmac $4M to settle trade mark suit
Intellectual Property 2023-09-13 1:52 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Buy now, pay later company Zip Co offered $4 million to settle a lawsuit by mortgage provider Firstmac alleging infringement of its ‘Zip’ trade mark which it ultimately defeated.

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Zip wins high-stakes trade mark stoush with Firstmac
Intellectual Property 2023-06-01 11:51 pm By Sam Matthews

Buy now, pay later giant Zip Co has successfully defended a lawsuit over its use of Firstmac’s ‘Zip’ trade mark and won its bid to have the mortgage provider’s mark removed for non-use.

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Firstmac slams Zip Pay provider’s defences in fight over ‘Zip’ trade mark
Intellectual Property 2022-03-08 11:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Buy now, pay later giant Zip Co cannot rely on its infringing use of the ‘Zip’ trade mark to defend a lawsuit by the mark’s owner Firstmac, the mortgage provider’s barrister told a judge on the first day of trial in the high-stakes intellectual property dispute.

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Uber patent invalidates Precision GPS tech, Domino’s says
Intellectual Property 2018-06-07 9:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

Two GPS tracking patents at the heart of a David vs. Goliath battle between Domino’s and a Sydney-based startup were foreshadowed by a patent owned by Uber, the pizza chain giant told a court Friday.

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