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Procter & Gamble’s ’30 Minute Miracle’ dish soap claims don’t wash, court finds
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-11-30 3:49 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble Australia made misleading statements that its Fairy ‘30 Minute Miracle’ dishwashing tablet was better at cleaning than Reckitt Benckiser’s […]

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Monsanto loses bid to throw out ‘cut and paste’ expert evidence in Roundup class action
Class Actions 2023-10-24 11:18 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Monsanto can’t throw out the evidence of an expert for the plaintiff in a class action over its Roundup product who has testified that the […]

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Seeley wins removal of Infinair trade mark
Intellectual Property 2023-10-23 10:52 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Air conditioning giant Seeley has won its bid to remove rival Infinair’s trade mark after an IP Australia delegate found the Chinese company had not […]

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Care A2 Plus seeks to block US fraud suit brought by distributor
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-08-17 11:00 pm By Sam Matthews

After being hit by a $200 million claim in Australia, infant formula company Care A2 Plus is asking the court to block US business partner […]

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Care A2 Plus denies claims in $200M fight with baby formula distributor Gensco
Contracts 2023-08-15 11:22 pm By Sam Matthews

Infant formula company Care A2 Plus has hit back at a $200 million lawsuit by US business partner Gensco, arguing the distributor did not properly […]

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Corrs drops client in Peloton trade mark case after fee dispute, court told
Intellectual Property 2023-07-05 1:42 pm By Gareth Baker

Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has ceased acting for Mad Dogg Athletics in its defence against a trade mark lawsuit by Peloton Interactive, one of […]

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Sour grapes as Champagne growers appeal trade mark decision
Intellectual Property 2023-06-27 4:18 pm By Gareth Baker

The French association representing wine producers from Champagne is appealing a recent trade mark loss to an Australian health retailer, claiming a product being sold […]

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Claws out: Monster Energy appeals loss in trade mark dispute with MuscleTech
Appeals 2023-06-20 5:08 pm By Gareth Baker

Monster Energy has lodged a Federal Court appeal after failing to block supplements retailer MuscleTech from registering a new logo that it alleges is similar […]

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Proctor & Gamble, Reckitt warned against ‘pointless wars’ in detergent dispute
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-06-19 2:21 pm By Gareth Baker

Consumer goods giants Proctor & Gamble and Reckitt Benckiser have been urged by a court not to bury their dispute over marketing of a dishwashing […]

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L’Oreal loses rights to use Elvive trade mark for beauty products
Intellectual Property 2023-06-13 6:00 pm By Gareth Baker

Skincare giant L’Oreal has lost the rights to use a 23-year-old trade mark for branding some of its products, after a competitor successfully campaigned IP […]

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