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High Court asked to decide if AI can be inventor on patent
Intellectual Property 2022-05-18 1:23 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has been asked to wade into the debate over whether artificial intelligence can be named as an inventor on patent applications, after […]

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Ben Roberts-Smith can’t cross examine wife over confidential emails
Trials 2022-05-16 2:51 pm By Sam Matthews

Ben Roberts-Smith, who is suing Fairfax for defamation, has lost an appeal of a judge’s decision refusing cross-examination of his ex-wife over allegations she accessed […]

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Noni B owner must fork over docs over potential Spam Act violations
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2022-05-16 3:26 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Mosaic Brands has lost its appeal of a ruling ordering it to comply with a request for documents from the Australian Communications and Media Authority […]

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Full Court tosses James Ashby’s appeal over $4.5M legal bill
Employment 2022-05-12 11:29 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

One Nation chief-of-staff James Ashby has failed to revive his lawsuit alleging the federal government breached the Fair Work Act by not paying his $4.5 […]

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ASIC says Australian Mines lied about funding for ‘critical’ $500M project
Energy & Natural Resources 2022-05-10 4:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The corporate regulator has taken Australian Mines to court after its managing director was allegedly caught lying at an investment conference about the value of […]

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Bayer drops challenge over patent extension for contraceptive drug
Intellectual Property 2022-05-09 1:13 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Bayer has dropped its appeal to a ruling that quashed an extension for its patent covering an oral contraceptive, after the Full Court dealt drug […]

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ASIC can’t duck case by G8 Education’s ex-chair over alleged unlawful examination
White Collar 2022-05-03 5:49 pm By Sam Matthews

ASIC has lost a bid to dismiss former G8 Education chair Jennifer Hutson’s application seeking declarations that she was unlawfully examined by the regulator over […]

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SingTel appeals ATO win over deductions on $14B Optus buy
Tax 2022-04-22 10:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

Telecommunications giant SingTel is challenging a ruling in favour of the Australian Taxation Office’s decision to reject over $894,000 in tax deductions related to its […]

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Judge erred in finding AI can be patent inventor, Full Court says
Intellectual Property 2022-04-14 3:39 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Full Court has overturned a landmark judgment which found artificial intelligence can be named as an inventor on patent applications, in a decision which […]

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Aurizon wins share capital dispute over $4.4B loan during 2010 float
Tax 2022-04-13 3:09 pm By Miklos Bolza

Rail freight operator Aurizon has triumphed in a tax dispute with the ATO, with a court finding that credit for a $4.4 billion loan by […]

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