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BeforePay defeats Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s ‘B’ trade mark challenge
Intellectual Property 2024-01-15 3:50 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has lost its opposition to the registration of three trade marks by pay on demand company BeforePay, with a delegate finding […]

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Tesla takes NSW man to court over Autopilot whistleblower docs
Intellectual Property 2024-01-12 11:55 pm By Sam Matthews

Electric car giant Tesla has brought court proceedings against a NSW man seeking the removal of documents from the web, including material allegedly leaked by […]

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Aristocrat sues head of game design, wins urgent orders over 6,400 files
Intellectual Property 2024-01-11 11:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

Gaming giant Aristocrat is suing its head of design for alleged intellectual property infringement and has secured orders restraining him from using or disclosing any […]

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Finfluencer infringed rival’s ‘financial foreplay’ trade mark but no damages due, court finds
Intellectual Property 2024-01-11 1:36 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has found finfluencer Canna Campbell infringed a rival’s ‘financial foreplay’ trade mark by promoting a podcast that contained the phrase, but declined to […]

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US lawyer’s confusion about Aussie patent law can’t save Sanofi unit’s application
Intellectual Property 2024-01-10 2:24 pm By Sam Matthews

A Sanofi unit has lost its bid for more time to file a divisional application in relation to a hemophilia treatment, with an IP Australia […]

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Australia Post unit wins injunction in passing off case against former biz partner
Competition & Consumer Protection 2024-01-09 8:45 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Australia Post unit StarTrack has won an injunction barring postal product manufacturer TMA Australia from using a website URL containing the words ‘StarTrack’, with the […]

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Directed Electronics wins $168.5M in Hanhwa trade secrets case
Intellectual Property 2023-12-21 11:12 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Automotive electronics company Directed Electronics has won a $168.5 million award after a judge found its former manager and South Korean giant Hanhwa engaged in […]

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Cantarella tries to revive ‘Oro’ mark for Vittoria coffee
Intellectual Property 2023-12-21 1:48 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Vittoria’s Cantarella Bros has lodged an appeal in a long-running trade mark stoush with Italian rival Lavazza after a judge found the coffee manufacturer’s two […]

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High Court to hear appeal in high-stakes stoush over generic Plavix ban
High Court 2023-12-20 3:45 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has agreed to weigh in on a 16-year battle between the federal government and French drug maker Sanofi-Aventis over an allegedly unjustified […]

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Sydney Opera House settles trade mark spat over use of sail design
Intellectual Property 2023-12-14 9:03 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Sydney Opera House Trust has resolved a long-running dispute accusing a China trade group of committing flagrant copyright infringement by reproducing substantial portions of […]

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