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Booktopia denies ‘systematically’ refusing refunds after 2 days
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-02-15 2:10 pm By Christine Caulfield

Online book retailer Booktopia has admitted it scrapped a term requiring two days’ notice of damaged or incorrect books, but rejects claims by the ACCC […]

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High Court asked to weigh in on patentability of computer-implemented inventions
High Court 2022-02-02 10:53 pm By Christine Caulfield

Plumbing company Repipe has asked the High Court to take up its case centred on the controversial issue of patent eligibility for computer-implemented inventions, seeking […]

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Apple hits back at patent infringement suit over Touch ID tech
Intellectual Property 2021-12-16 2:14 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Apple has fired back in a lawsuit alleging its iPhone and iPad devices equipped with Touch ID and Face ID technology infringe patents held by […]

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Hungry Jacks in a pickle over weigh-in of McDonald’s Big Mac
Intellectual Property 2021-12-13 6:09 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Burger giant Hungry Jack’s has lost its bid to have McDonald’s hand over test results showing the “pre-cooked” weight of its Big Mac beef patties, […]

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Full Court parks opposition to patent for detecting parking overstays
Appeals 2021-12-09 12:01 pm By Miklos Bolza

Tech company Vehicle Management Systems has come up short in its third attempt to block competitor SARB Management Group’s patent application for a magnetic parking […]

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Full Court throws out ‘mistaken’ judgment on AFT’s Maxigesic ads
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-12-07 6:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge was “mistaken” to find that AFT Pharmaceuticals’ ads for its painkiller Maxigesic were misleading, with the Full Federal Court ruling there was an […]

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Pfizer wins more docs in preliminary discovery saga over Enbrel biosimilar
Intellectual Property 2021-11-18 12:46 pm By Christine Caulfield

Five years into a preliminary discovery application for a potential patent infringement lawsuit over a biosimilar of its Enbrel medication, Pfizer has partially succeeded in […]

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Ono Pharmaceutical faces grilling by Full Court in patent extension appeal
Intellectual Property 2021-11-04 9:20 pm By Miklos Bolza

Drug company Ono Pharmaceutical has faced tough questioning by an appeals court in a fight with IP Australia over a decision that secured it a […]

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Bill for AMA Group’s case against former CEO tops $730,000
Employment 2021-08-30 10:46 pm By Christine Caulfield

Car repair giant AMA Group has so far spent $737,000 in professional fees investigating whistleblower claims and taking former boss Andrew Hopkins to court for […]

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Full Court confirms no statutory liability for infringement by authorisation
Expert Insights 2021-08-25 3:11 pm By Editor

In a recent decision, the Full Federal Court confirmed that a trade mark owner who merely authorises use of its trade mark cannot be subject […]

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