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4 Trade Mark Mistakes Startups Should Avoid

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

Registering a trade mark should be at the top of your priority list when starting a business. Think of a trade mark as the foundation upon which to build...

When Are You Not Protected by Copyright?

Filed under: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property and Trade Marks

As a copyright owner, you have exclusive rights to use, adapt, publish and exploit your original work. If someone else uses your protected work without...

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 copyright infringement attract criminal prosecution?

Filed under: Intellectual Property

Can copyright infringement attract criminal prosecution?

New rules change the game for IP litigation

Filed under: Intellectual Property

The Federal Court has published new Practice Notes for IP litigation in the Federal Court of Australia.

Will the real Kylie please stand up? Trade mark opposition put in (loco)motion

Filed under: Intellectual Property

At some stage or another, we have all heard someone attest to the value of having a good name. This is especially true for businesses and celebrities,...

Contracting for end user experience: 10 issues to consider in service level agreements

Filed under: Intellectual Property

Service level agreements or “SLAs” can sometimes be the forgotten sibling of ICT procurement. While the primary contract (such as the services agreement)...

Can intellectual property laws be applied to 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...

Who Is Australia’s Cheapest Chemist? A cautionary tale for all trade mark owners

Filed under: Intellectual Property

Registration of a trade mark grants an owner the best protection of a brand against unauthorised copying, and trade mark challenges by third parties. ...

Advertising gets (more) personal

Filed under: Intellectual Property

The legal considerations for retailers, ad-tech vendors and consumers of mobile location analytics (MLA) and location-based marketing.

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