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Judge tosses Novartis experts out of ‘hot tub’ in MS drug patent dispute
Intellectual Property 2022-03-18 5:54 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has slammed Novartis for putting forward four “overlapping” experts in a dispute with Pharmacor over patents for its MS drug Gilenya and thrown […]

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In-N-Out Burgers settles trade mark suit against ‘ghost kitchen’ operator
Intellectual Property 2022-03-18 9:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

American fast food chain In-N-Out Burgers has settled a trade mark dispute with a Queensland fast food business that operates “ghost kitchens” under the name […]

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Electronics giant Uniden faces court fight over design of latest radio
Intellectual Property 2022-03-17 4:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

Japan’s Uniden has been hit with an intellectual property lawsuit by Australia’s only CB radio manufacturer, which alleges the upcoming launch by the wireless communications […]

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Vector Corrosion not entitled to concrete treatment patent, judge finds
Intellectual Property 2022-03-17 3:28 pm By Miklos Bolza

Concrete repair company Vector Corrosion Technologies has lost its bid for ownership of a concrete treatment patent held by three former employees who jumped ship, […]

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Fitness chain F45 tries to revive patents for computerised workout system
Intellectual Property 2022-03-16 5:29 pm By Sam Matthews

National fitness chain F45 has appealed a court decision revoking two of its patents for a computer-run trainer workout system, arguing its system constituted a […]

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Mars keeps MM mark away from chocolate in trade mark settlement
Intellectual Property 2022-03-14 11:08 am By Miklos Bolza

A judge has signed off on a settlement in a trade mark spat between M&M candy maker Mars and the world’s largest macadamia grower, Macquis […]

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Seven in talks to settle fight with broadcaster over 7HD trade mark
Intellectual Property 2022-03-14 11:15 am By Christine Caulfield

Seven Network is in negotiations with Bangkok Broadcasting to resolve their spat over the Thai broadcaster’s proposed 7HD trade mark, which was found to be […]

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High Court to weigh in on patentability of computer-implemented inventions
High Court 2022-03-10 11:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court will weigh in on the test for patentability that should be applied to computer-implemented inventions, granting special leave to Aristocrat Technologies to […]

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High Court finds Sandoz infringed Lundbeck’s Lexapro patent
High Court 2022-03-09 4:40 pm By Miklos Bolza

The High Court has found that Novartis unit Sandoz infringed Danish drug company Lundbeck’s patent for its blockbuster antidepressant Lexapro, but has overturned a ruling […]

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Firstmac slams Zip Pay provider’s defences in fight over ‘Zip’ trade mark
Intellectual Property 2022-03-08 11:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Buy now, pay later giant Zip Co cannot rely on its infringing use of the ‘Zip’ trade mark to defend a lawsuit by the mark’s […]

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