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InIP: What's happening in intellectual property - April 2023
Insight 01 May 2023

Your regular wrap-up of some of the world's leading and intriguing IP stories. ...

Treasury proposes new anti-avoidance measure for intragroup payments connected with intangibles in low-tax jurisdictions
Insight 20 Apr 2023

The Federal Government is proposing to deny the ability of significant global entities to deduct payments relating to intangible assets connected with low corporate tax jurisdictions. ...

InIP: What's happening in intellectual property - February 2023
Insight 28 Feb 2023

Your regular wrap-up of some of the world's leading and intriguing IP stories. ...

ChatGPT in law: unlocking new opportunities while managing the risks
Insight 15 Feb 2023

As legal professionals around the globe settle into another year of work, they have been confronted by a new existential threat from OpenAI's much discussed AI chatbot, ChatGPT. Many lawyers have been asking similar questions: will my job exist this time next year? How accurate is it at answering th ...

Only Fools (Ltd) infringe the copyright that subsists in a character, says UK court
Insight 21 Dec 2022

The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court in the UK recently determined that various entities infringed the copyright that subsisted in the character known as 'Del Boy' from the television show Only Fools and Horses. ...

AI-generated inventions remain unpatentable in Australia – for now
Insight 21 Dec 2022

The High Court has decided not to weigh in on the novel issue of whether patent protection is available for AI-generated inventions. ...

New 12th edition Nice Classification comes into force 1 January 2023
Insight 21 Dec 2022

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has announced that the 12th edition of the Nice Classification – the international system for classifying goods and services for registering trade marks – will come into force in the new year, on 1 January 2023. ...

Italy targets Australian prosecco and Kraft parmesan cheese
Insight 21 Dec 2022

Australia and the European Union (the EU) continue to negotiate a free trade agreement (FTA), including as to whether Australian businesses will be prevented from using over 200 food and beverage names. ...

The Copyright Enforcement Review: what you need to know about the latest inquiry into Australian copyright law
Insight 21 Dec 2022

The federal Attorney-General's Department's review of copyright enforcement in Australia will consider existing and emerging issues with the copyright enforcement regime in Australia, with a particular focus, it seems, on the role of digital platforms. ...

The Australian Government reframes (and slightly narrows) its public licence of the Aboriginal Flag
Insight 14 Dec 2022

If you are considering using the Aboriginal Flag in your marketing and advertising, or otherwise as part of your business, keep the new restrictions in mind. ...

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