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Seven Network sues 7-Eleven in escalating trade mark feud
Intellectual Property 2021-10-15 3:37 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Seven Network is seeking to remove several trade marks and logos registered to 7-Eleven, in a lawsuit filed just three months after the convenience store […]

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ACCC’s approval of BPAY, Eftpos, New Payments Platform merger faces challenge
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-10-15 9:16 pm By Miklos Bolza

A challenge to the ACCC’s approval of the merger of major payment platforms BPAY, Eftpos and New Payments Platform Australia has been challenged by a […]

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Court smooths over Botox trade mark dispute with Freezeframe injunction
Intellectual Property 2021-10-13 8:47 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Botox drug maker Allergan has secured an injunction against a Sydney-based cosmetics company which sought to “leverage” the reputation of the well-known injectable to sell […]

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Little River Band secures injunction in IP suit over alleged Spotify hack
Intellectual Property 2021-10-13 12:25 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Australian rock band Little River Band has secured an injunction against an Adelaide-based record label accused of hijacking the band’s Spotify accounts on behalf of […]

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‘Madness’ if Sandoz entitled to generic Lexapro licence, High Court told
Intellectual Property 2021-10-12 7:20 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Danish drug maker Lundbeck has told the High Court it did not contract away a royalty-free licence to generic drug maker Sandoz to sell blockbuster […]

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‘Shit hot tradie’ trade mark not so hot, delegate finds
Intellectual Property 2021-10-05 4:19 pm By Cindy Cameronne

In a victory for Tradie briefs manufacturer Sojo, a delegate has shot down clothing start-up Rebel Power’s bid to trade mark the words ‘shit hot […]

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a2 Milk settles trade mark spat with Open Country
Intellectual Property 2021-09-28 2:16 pm By Christine Caulfield

The a2 Milk Company has reached a settlement in its fight against New Zealand-based Open Country’s trade mark containing the jealously guarded ‘a2’, with the […]

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Patent ‘troll’ takes aim at Apple’s iPhone technology in new lawsuit
Intellectual Property 2021-09-27 11:00 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Apple has been hit with a lawsuit alleging iPhone and iPad devices sold in Australia since at least 2014 and equipped with Touch and Face […]

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Pfizer, Merck Sharpe & Dohme reach global settlement in vaccine patent battle
Intellectual Property 2021-09-24 6:25 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Pharmaceutical giants Merck Sharpe & Dohme and Pfizer have resolved a long-running intellectual property dispute over a 2015 patent owned by Pfizer for a pneumococcal […]

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Katy Perry wins bid to withdraw ‘wrong’ admission in trade mark dispute
Intellectual Property 2021-09-24 2:10 pm By Cindy Cameronne

US singer Katy Perry can withdraw an admission in a trade mark infringement case that licensing her brand to Target and Myer constituted use, with […]

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