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Italian food hall Mercato Centrale defeats trade mark infringement case by 50-year-old deli
Intellectual Property 2024-02-27 11:18 pm By Christine Caulfield

The proprietors of a family-owned Adelaide deli selling imported food for the past 50 years have lost a trade mark lawsuit targeting Eddie Muto’s Il […]

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In trade mark appeal, Katy Perry says Aussie designer should have ‘changed direction’ given her rise to fame
Intellectual Property 2024-02-22 9:23 pm By Sam Matthews

Appealing her loss in a trade mark stoush with an Australian fashion designer, pop star Katy Perry has argued the woman “should have changed direction” […]

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Tesla wins extension of ban against safety campaigner over whistleblower docs
Intellectual Property 2024-02-22 11:42 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has extended an injunction against a NSW man who published material on social media allegedly leaked by a former Tesla employee about its […]

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Full Court revives Finish Powerball trade marks, but it’s not a clean victory
Intellectual Property 2024-02-16 4:56 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The maker of Finish dishwashing products, RB Hygiene, has won a partial appeal in a trade mark stoush with rival Henkel, with the Full Court […]

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Maddocks nabs IP pro from Ashurst
Business of Law 2024-02-15 5:22 pm By Sam Matthews

Maddocks has recruited a special counsel from Ashurst to head up its trade marks and brand protection practice.  Former Ashurst IP lawyer Elizabeth Ireland joins […]

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SARB scores partial win on appeal in Melbourne city parking patent case
Intellectual Property 2024-02-13 11:49 pm By Christine Caulfield

Technology company SARB has partially succeeded in a challenge to a ruling that it infringed a rival’s intellectual property in its development of a parking […]

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Samsung Bioepis sues Janssen Biotech to invalidate Stelara patents
Intellectual Property 2024-02-08 11:48 pm By Christine Caulfield

South Korean biosimilars company Samsung Bioepis has sued Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Biotech to invalidate two patents for Crohn’s disease drug Stelara, after reaching a […]

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Judge makes no bones about trashing ‘Melbourne bone and joint clinic’ trade mark
Intellectual Property 2024-02-08 1:45 pm By Sam Matthews

A Melbourne orthopaedic clinic has lost its bid to register the name ‘Melbourne bone and joint clinic’ as a trade mark, with a judge finding […]

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Thomson Geer picks up partners from Gadens, Holding Redlich
Business of Law 2024-02-05 11:46 pm By Christine Caulfield

Thomson Geer has recruited new partners from Gadens and Holding Redlich to strengthen the law firm’s IP and corporate benches. Former Holding Redlich partner Alyn […]

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AI copyright claims could have edge in Australia, experts say
Analysis 2024-01-31 9:46 pm By Sam Matthews

Australian IP lawyers are closely watching The New York Times’ copyright lawsuit seeking billions in damages from OpenAI and Microsoft, but it remains to be […]

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