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In trade mark appeal, Katy Perry says Aussie designer should have ‘changed direction’ given her rise to fame
Intellectual Property 2024-02-22 9:23 pm By Sam Matthews

Appealing her loss in a trade mark stoush with an Australian fashion designer, pop star Katy Perry has argued the woman “should have changed direction” […]

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Full Court revives Finish Powerball trade marks, but it’s not a clean victory
Intellectual Property 2024-02-16 4:56 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The maker of Finish dishwashing products, RB Hygiene, has won a partial appeal in a trade mark stoush with rival Henkel, with the Full Court […]

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SARB scores partial win on appeal in Melbourne city parking patent case
Intellectual Property 2024-02-13 11:49 pm By Christine Caulfield

Technology company SARB has partially succeeded in a challenge to a ruling that it infringed a rival’s intellectual property in its development of a parking […]

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‘Harry is not Barry’: McDonald’s loses trade mark case against Hungry Jack’s
Intellectual Property 2023-11-16 9:50 am By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has rejected McDonald’s claim that Hungry Jack’s Big Jack burger infringed its Big Mac trade mark, but found that Hungry Jack’s misled consumers […]

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Cipla sues to invalidate Bristol-Myers’ patents for DVT drug
Intellectual Property 2023-09-20 11:03 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Indian generic drug maker Cipla has sued pharmaceutical giants Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer alleging the patents behind their blockbuster deep vein thrombosis drug Eliquis are […]

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Lights out on Hanhwa’s solar cell patent infringement suit
Intellectual Property 2023-09-01 11:57 pm By Christine Caulfield

A solar cell patent at the heart of intellectual property litigation brought by South Korean technology giant Hanwha has been found invalid. Hanwha lost its […]

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‘More is more’ approach to pleadings an increasing problem, lawyers say
Analysis 2023-07-05 11:28 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A Federal Court judge who recently ordered new pleadings in a copyright case against CoreLogic is the latest judge fed up with plaintiffs pleading innumerable […]

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Apple can argue patent invalid because of HP device first sold in 2000
Intellectual Property 2023-06-02 10:21 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Apple can argue an Australian non-practicing entity that claims its patents for a remote entry system were infringed by the tech company’s Touch ID and […]

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Shipping exec who felt pressured to retire wins $230,000 judgment
Employment 2023-05-04 11:22 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A former chief accountant for MUR Shipping who claims he was pressured to retire has won an appeal in his age discrimination case, bumping his […]

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‘Unjustifiable threats’: TCT Group wins patent revocation, indemnity costs against Polaris
Intellectual Property 2023-04-11 11:54 am By Sam Matthews

TCT Group has won orders revoking two patents for hinges held by Polaris IP as well as indemnity costs, with a judge finding the patentee […]

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