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TGA guidance on the promotion of stem cells and HCT products
Insight 10 Dec 2019

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued advertising guidance for businesses involved with stems cells and other human cell or tissue products. As the guidelines explain, advertising ...

Healthcare trend watch 2019
Insight 09 Dec 2019

A review of the key trends in the healthcare sector throughout 2019 provides a clear picture of what to expect in the year ahead. On the investment front, opportunities abound across multiple and ...

TGA guidance on the promotion of medicinal cannabis
Insight 25 Nov 2019

The Therapeutic Goods Administration ( TGA ) has issued guidance on advertising to the public for businesses involved with medicinal cannabis products and therapies. Along with advertising ...

3D printing legal workshop - a deeper dive
Insight 18 Dec 2018

The Allens 3D Printing Practice recently held a workshop in Melbourne and Sydney which explored key legal issues arising from 3D printing, particularly for the healthcare industry. Our Allens panel members – Sarah Matheson, Ric Morgan, ...

Making sense of human cell and tissue products regulation
Insight 12 Sep 2018

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has released guidance on recent changes to the regulation of human cell and tissue products. Special Counsel Ric Morgan and Senior Associate Tracy Lu dissect th ...

Competition news
Insight 05 Sep 2018

ACCC to monitor electricity prices The ACCC has been directed by the Federal Government to monitor and report on prices, profits and margins in the supply of electricity in the National Energy ...

Ambush marketing: traders beware!
Insight 11 Dec 2017

Everyone knows the famous adage that 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend'. But can the friend of my friend be my enemy? In the context of ambush marketing, the answer can be yes. Associate Julia ...

Room for Improvement? Big Data challenges in Health
Insight 11 Dec 2017

'Big data' is revolutionising approaches in all major industries, including the health sector, but Australia's current privacy framework lacks flexibility, and there is insufficient guidance to ...

Reasonable belief or a mere suspicion? Full Court lowers the bar on preliminary discovery applications
Insight 11 Dec 2017

The Full Federal Court has handed down a significant decision on preliminary discovery in a result that will be welcomed by IP owners, as the court has clarified the requirements for a successful ...

Looks can be deceiving: deceptive similarity, substantial identity and trade mark infringement
Insight 11 Dec 2017

One limb of trade mark infringement is that the allegedly infringing mark must either be substantially identical, or deceptively similar, to an existing trade mark registration. What does that mean ...

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