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Melbourne’s Block Arcade accused of infringing iconic tea room’s trade marks
Intellectual Property 2023-10-27 9:12 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The owner of Melbourne’s iconic Hopetoun Tea Rooms, which opened its doors in the Block Arcade in 1892, has sued the historic shopping arcade for […]

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Seeley wins removal of Infinair trade mark
Intellectual Property 2023-10-23 10:52 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Air conditioning giant Seeley has won its bid to remove rival Infinair’s trade mark after an IP Australia delegate found the Chinese company had not […]

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Cantarella loses ‘Oro’ mark on Vittoria coffee in spat with Lavazza
Intellectual Property 2023-10-20 3:11 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Vittoria’s Cantarella Bros has lost its long-running trade mark stoush with Italian rival Lavazza after a judge found the coffee manufacturer’s two registered ‘Oro’ marks […]

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SARB wins stay in patent dispute over Melbourne’s parking system
Intellectual Property 2023-10-18 3:46 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Tech company SARB has won a stay of orders barring it from selling its sensor-based system which the city of Melbourne uses for timing parked […]

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Payroll services provider PayMe loses challenge to Paymend trade mark
Intellectual Property 2023-10-16 10:24 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Payroll services provider PayMe Australia has lost its opposition to fintech Paymend’s bid to trade mark its name, with an IP Australia delegate finding the […]

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Car park patent holder tries again to prove infringement
Appeals 2023-10-13 12:49 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The owner of a car parking patent has appealed a judgment that tossed its patent infringement claims and found it made unjustified litigation threats against […]

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Johnson Winter Slattery picks up IP specialist from Corrs
Intellectual Property 2023-10-11 11:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

Johnson Winter Slattery has lured to the firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s intellectual property litigator Chrystal Dare, who led the historical copyright case over the rights […]

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Crypto gambling site Stake.com fights TM suit over Aussie launch
Intellectual Property 2023-10-04 2:02 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Global cryptocurrency and gambling website Stake.com is fighting to strike out claims in a lawsuit by Sydney-based online investment platform Stake over a planned Australian […]

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Court hands win to Boehringer in fight over Zoetis vaccine patents
Intellectual Property 2023-10-03 11:51 pm By Sam Matthews

German drug maker Boehringer has prevailed in its Federal Court fight against US rival Zoetis over the validity of three patents covering pig vaccines. In […]

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Qld tech firm denies using confidential info for battery patent applications
Intellectual Property 2023-10-02 10:00 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Queensland technology company Anteotech has hit back at a lawsuit claiming it misused Ferroglobe’s confidential silicon samples in a patent application after a failed collaboration, […]

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