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Telstra, Vodafone settle Voxson infringement suit over GPS patent
Intellectual Property 2018-03-19 1:14 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Telstra and Vodafone have reached a mid-trial deal to end an infringement case alleging use of GPS technology by the telcos to track customer phones […]

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Melbourne breweries battle over “ale” trade marks
Intellectual Property 2018-03-07 7:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Melbourne-based Collins St Brewing has sued rival artisanal brewer La Sirene for allegedly violating its “urban ale” trade mark. Laneway Brewery, which owns Collins St […]

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Telcos do battle over Voxson’s 1994 patent
Intellectual Property 2018-03-06 9:17 pm By Jennifer Cooke

Telstra and Vodafone were on the same side of the courtroom Tuesday for the start of a six-week trial in a case accusing the telcos […]

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Cargill cow gene patent invalid, Federal Court says
Intellectual Property 2018-02-13 4:37 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A federal court judge has found that a bovine gene patent held by Cargill Inc. is invalid, but said the American agriculture giant could beef […]

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ACCC allows AusPost franchisees to collectively bargain
K&L Gates 2017-11-09 9:56 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian competition regulator has signed off on a bid by a post office industry group that represents Australia Post franchisees to collectively negotiate with […]

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Seafolly suit says Seko deal no day at the beach
K&L Gates 2017-10-31 2:06 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Aussie swimwear company Seafolly Pty Ltd has sued two units of global logistics giant Seko Group, saying they breached Australian consumer law by misrepresenting their […]

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