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Guard rail maker wins ruling invalidating rival’s patent
Intellectual Property 2018-08-22 11:34 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A maker of guard rails used on highways has won a judgment invalidating a rival’s patent, with a judge finding the patent lacks novelty. Justice […]

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Foxtel should pay more than a gym to stream copyrighted recordings, court told
Intellectual Property 2018-08-15 10:06 pm By Miklos Bolza

A Copyright Tribunal decision that led to substantially lower sound recording licence fees for Foxtel was “beyond the pale” because it compared fees charged to […]

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ObjectiVision can’t overhaul claims in University of Sydney spat over AccuMap
Intellectual Property 2018-08-10 3:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

Ophthalmic diagnostic device manufacturer ObjectiVision can’t file amended claims for damages following a trial in a copyright and contract case against the University of Sydney, […]

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University of Sydney slams ObjectiVision’s ‘outlandish’ damages claims
Intellectual Property 2018-08-03 11:40 pm By Miklos Bolza

Ophthalmic diagnostic device maker ObjectiVision’s amended claims for damages, filed after a 25-day patent hearing, are “outlandish” and “unfair,” the University of Sydney has told […]

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17-yr-old trade mark error can’t be fixed, Full Court rules
Intellectual Property 2018-07-16 4:39 pm By Christine Caulfield

Industrial filter manufacturer Vokes has lost its fight to correct a 17-year-old error that removed it as the registered owner of six trade marks, with […]

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Full Court tosses appeal in copycat case over sheep placenta oil
Competition & Consumer Protection 2018-07-06 9:38 pm By Christine Caulfield

Australian drug company Homart Pharmaceuticals has lost an appeal of a ruling that found the packaging of its bio-placenta skin care oil was intentionally and […]

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Hilton to go another round over ‘Waldorf’ trade mark
Justice Stephen Burley 2018-06-21 11:31 am By Cat Fredenburgh

A serviced apartments provider wants to appeal a ruling that blocked it from trade marking the phrase “Waldorf Apartment” after Hilton Worldwide — which owns New […]

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ObjectiVision panned for not monetising University of Sydney patent
Intellectual Property 2018-04-19 7:24 pm By Miklos Bolza

A lawyer for the University of Sydney has attacked ObjectiVision for failing to produce any commercial benefits from the glaucoma detection method at the centre […]

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