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Full Court deals drug companies a blow on patent term extensions
Intellectual Property 2022-03-18 10:27 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Full Court has upheld two judgments that shortened patent term extensions granted to Merck Sharpe & Dohme and Ono Pharmaceuticals, finding the extension regime […]

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Judge tosses Novartis experts out of ‘hot tub’ in MS drug patent dispute
Intellectual Property 2022-03-18 5:54 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has slammed Novartis for putting forward four “overlapping” experts in a dispute with Pharmacor over patents for its MS drug Gilenya and thrown […]

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In-N-Out Burgers settles trade mark suit against ‘ghost kitchen’ operator
Intellectual Property 2022-03-18 9:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

American fast food chain In-N-Out Burgers has settled a trade mark dispute with a Queensland fast food business that operates “ghost kitchens” under the name […]

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ASIC’s penalty against Squirrel Super ‘might be a bit light on’, court says
Financial Services 2022-03-15 3:15 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has questioned the $55,000 penalty jointly proposed by the parties in ASIC’s case against fintech company Squirrel Super over misleading statements about returns […]

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Seven in talks to settle fight with broadcaster over 7HD trade mark
Intellectual Property 2022-03-14 11:15 am By Christine Caulfield

Seven Network is in negotiations with Bangkok Broadcasting to resolve their spat over the Thai broadcaster’s proposed 7HD trade mark, which was found to be […]

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High Court to weigh in on patentability of computer-implemented inventions
High Court 2022-03-10 11:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court will weigh in on the test for patentability that should be applied to computer-implemented inventions, granting special leave to Aristocrat Technologies to […]

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MCoBeauty drops ‘2000 hour’ eye makeup brand to settle trade mark suit
Intellectual Property 2022-03-02 12:33 pm By Sam Matthews

Cosmetics company MCoBeauty has reached a settlement with the maker of the popular 1000Hour Lash & Brow Dye kit in a case alleging  “deliberate and […]

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Juno found liable for infringing Pfizer’s Dynastat patent
Intellectual Property 2022-03-01 6:06 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has found Pfizer’s patent for its post-operative injectable painkiller Dynastat is valid and that Australian drug maker Juno Pharmaceuticals infringed the patent by […]

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$2.5M in damages sought in ‘Love Is In The Air’ copyright suit
Intellectual Property 2022-03-01 4:06 pm By Miklos Bolza

The holder of the licence for ‘Love Is In The Air’ is seeking $2.5 million in damages from Oregon electronic music duo Glass Candy for […]

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Maurice Blackburn ‘more savvy than the rest of us’, judge says in Fearless Girl spat
Intellectual Property 2022-02-22 9:21 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A Full Federal Court judge has questioned whether law firm Maurice Blackburn was “savvy” to the origins of New York’s famous Fearless Girl statue when […]

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