Articles matching Intellectual Property


6 Things You Might Not Know About IP

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

Intellectual property (IP) is an intangible asset. It cannot be seen, touched, picked up or held, but its value is estimated to account for over two-thirds...

4 Famous Intellectual Property Disputes

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

Intellectual property (IP) is one of the most valuable commodities for any business. That’s why, when IP rights are breached and disputes go all the way...

What to Do Before Meeting an Intellectual Property Lawyer

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

Hiring a lawyer can be daunting. You’re trusting someone to draft or review documents thoroughly or handle an emotionally-charged situation with empathy...

Do You Own Your Website Domain?

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks, Intellectual Property & Information Technology

For all businesses with an online presence, a website domain name is hugely important: it means customers can find you. Having access to the right domain...

The 4 Main Areas of IP Law

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property & Information Technology

Intellectual property (IP) is one of your most precious commercial assets. Protecting your IP deters competitors from using your branding, inventions,...

4 Strategies to Enforce your Intellectual Property Rights in Australia

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property

‘Intellectual property’ (IP) is a broad term used to identify intangible rights that allow you to commercialise your creative efforts. IP rights exist...

Can an employee own the copyright for something produced at work?

Filed under: Intellectual Property

It makes sense that in order to own the copyright for a piece of work, you must be the first person to create the work in question. However, there’ll be...

Can a business owner trademark a specific colour?

Filed under: Intellectual Property

Branding is an important part of any business. Whether it’s a multinational corporation flashing the golden arches or a local boutique law firm emblem,...

Intellectual property laws in the age of social media

Filed under: Intellectual Property

With the prevalence of animated gifs, videos, music and other works being shared on social media, it may come as a surprise to some that such works may...

The laws of sharing media online in Australia

Filed under: Intellectual Property

The ease in which Australians are able to access and share movies, music and other media files on the internet has put the issue of online piracy squarely...

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