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Peloton’s US$420M acquisition of Precor violated ‘spinning’ licence, court told
Intellectual Property 2021-05-19 1:28 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

California-based fitness company Mad Dogg has accused Peloton Interactive of inducing breach of a non-compete through its $US420 million acquisition of commercial gym equipment manufacturer […]

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Sizzler, Burger Urge lay down steak knives in trade mark battle
Intellectual Property 2021-04-08 3:16 pm By Christine Caulfield

Buffet dining pioneer Sizzler, which closed its last Australian restaurants in November, has settled a trade mark dispute with Brisbane-based chain Burger Urge over a […]

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Full Court hears government’s $325M fight with Sanofi over ban on Plavix generic
Intellectual Property 2021-02-16 4:13 pm By Miklos Bolza

Pharmaceutical companies Sanofi and Bristol-Myers Squibb are liable for losses to the federal government for excess subsidies it allegedly paid for the blood-thinner Plavix after […]

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Judge puts sandwiches back on the menu in Sizzler trade mark spat
Intellectual Property 2021-02-10 11:07 am By Miklos Bolza

A judge has ordered buffet restaurant pioneer Sizzler to amend its pleadings in a trade mark stoush with Brisbane-based restaurant Burger Urge to bring them […]

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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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Judge allows Neurim to seek additional damages in patent suit over insomnia drug
Intellectual Property 2020-12-14 3:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

Neurim Pharmaceuticals can seek limited additional damages in a patent infringement case relating to its insomnia drug Circadin, after a judge granted a mid-trial bid […]

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Mylan fails in High Court bid to save patents for top seller Lipidil
Intellectual Property 2020-11-06 12:06 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has declined to take up Mylan’s challenge to a Full Court ruling upholding the invalidity of three patents for its blockbuster cholesterol […]

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High Court won’t hear Rokt appeal on software patentability
Intellectual Property 2020-10-08 9:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has declined to weigh in on the patentability of software, rejecting e-commerce company Rokt’s bid for review of a decision striking down […]

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Merck Sharp & Dohme settles trade mark spat with German drug company
Intellectual Property 2020-10-05 12:45 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

US drug company Merck Sharp & Dohme has settled trade mark litigation brought by German drug maker Merck KGaA alleging it violated a 1970 agreement […]

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Nthalmic directors accused of misusing confidential information in lens patent applications
Intellectual Property 2020-09-15 6:10 pm By Miklos Bolza

Sydney-based research foundation Brien Holden Vision Institute has filed a lawsuit alleging three senior researchers misused confidential information when they jumped ship to a rival […]

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