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Repurposing existing medicines – industry to have its say in reshaping Australia's regulatory future
Insight 25 Mar 2021

The Therapeutics Goods Administration (the TGA) is consulting with the public and industry to potentially reform regulatory and reimbursement frameworks, to incentivise the repurposing of existing medicines. Off-label use (where a medicine is used for a disease or medical condition for which it does ...

Australian GUI GUIde – design protection for Graphical User Interfaces
Insight 22 Feb 2021

Reform for Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) has been excluded from the most recent package of Australian design amendments. ...

Another setback for software patents
Insight 22 Feb 2021

Repipe Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Patents (No 3) [2021] FCA 31 (Repipe No. 3) is another setback for computer-implemented inventions. ...

In-N-Out of court again
Insight 22 Feb 2021

Hashtag Burger Pty Ltd (Hashtag Burgers) has lost its appeal against In-N-Out Burgers, Inc. (INO Burgers) in the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia in a bid to overturn Justice Katzmann's finding of trade mark infringement, misleading and deceptive conduct and passing off. ...

A new domain: changes to .com.au and .net.au domain name licensing rules
Insight 22 Feb 2021

New rules for licensing .au domain names will apply from 12 April 2021. New registrants, and registrants renewing existing registrations, will be subject to stricter requirements. ...

Australian IP 2020 year in review
Insight 03 Feb 2021

Our snapshot of the Australian IP highlights of 2020 and the key developments to watch in 2021, covering: Copyright & Designs; Trade marks; Patents; and Franchising. ...

Court calls last drinks on URBAN ALE trade mark
Insight 15 Dec 2020

Is URBAN ALE a distinctive trade mark? Would you consider the words URBAN PALE (displayed prominently on your stubby) to merely describe the type of beer? Are inner-city breweries 'cool', 'trendy' ...

Escaping IP infringement of renowned handbag
Insight 15 Dec 2020

On 6 November 2020, Australian fashion label State of Escape Pty Ltd ( State of Escape ) – renowned for its 'unique' perforated neoprene handbag – lost its two-year-long battle with Chuchka Bags Pt ...

RCEP: Australia signs largest free trade agreement in the world
Insight 15 Dec 2020

On 15 November 2020, Australia, China, Japan, Korea and New Zealand joined the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ( ASEAN ) to sign the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership ( RCEP ), ...

Exhaustion of rights doctrine is now in Australia
Insight 15 Dec 2020

Calidad Pty Ltd v Seiko Epson Corporation confirms the exhaustion of rights doctrine now applies to Australian patent law. Patent owners cannot exercise their rights under the Patents Act 1990 (Cth) (Act) over specific patented products once those specific products have been sold onto the market. ...

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