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Briefly: Carl Zeiss sues over lens patent
Intellectual Property 2018-04-27 10:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

German optical device manufacturer Carl Zeiss has sued C.R. Surfacing Laboratories for allegedly violating one of its lens patents. Carl Zeiss has owned the patent, […]

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Roadshow wins bid to block piracy sites
Intellectual Property 2018-04-27 9:46 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A Federal Court judge on Friday ordered Telstra, Optus, Vocus and TPG to block access to 16 online sites that facilitate the streaming of pirated […]

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Kellogg’s ends TM battle with tennis star over Special K mark
Intellectual Property 2018-04-27 9:42 pm By Christine Caulfield

Kellogg‘s has ended its trade mark case against Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis, which sought to stop Kokkinakis from using his “Special K” nickname as […]

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Telstra takes license for TiVo IP
Technology 2018-04-26 2:16 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

TiVo has announced a ten-year licensing deal with Telstra under which Telstra will have access to TiVo’s intellectual property portfolios for devices and applications. “Our […]

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Merck KGaA takes trade mark battle with rival Merck Sharp & Dohme to Australia
Healthcare 2018-04-24 8:57 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

German drug company Merck KGaA has filed a massive trade mark lawsuit against US pharmaceutical giant Merck Sharpe & Dohme in Australian federal court, claiming […]

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Gram Engineering wins $2M in design patent case
Intellectual Property 2018-04-24 6:24 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Bluescope Steel has been ordered to pay over $2 million to fencing manufacturer Gram Engineering after the Federal Court ruled Bluescope infringed Gram’s registered design […]

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Rio Tinto subsidiary appeals after IP Australia rejects mining patent
Intellectual Property 2018-04-23 6:51 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Rio Tinto subsidiary Technological Resources Pty Ltd is appealing a decision by IP Australia to refuse a patent application for a method of separating mined […]

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Judge halts Kraft-Bega arbitration in US while Aussie case proceeds
Intellectual Property 2018-04-20 10:12 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has granted Bega’s request to halt US arbitration proceedings between the Australian food maker and Kraft over peanut butter trade dress rights until […]

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Gucci, Guess global settlement ends Australia action
Intellectual Property 2018-04-20 11:46 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Iconic fashion labels Gucci and Guess have agreed to a global settlement in their nine-year long courtroom battle over the famed “G” design trademark. The […]

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ObjectiVision panned for not monetising University of Sydney patent
Intellectual Property 2018-04-19 7:24 pm By Miklos Bolza

A lawyer for the University of Sydney has attacked ObjectiVision for failing to produce any commercial benefits from the glaucoma detection method at the centre […]

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