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Spruson & Ferguson
South Korea has decided to join the CPTPP - what does this all mean in practice?
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent FC decision confirms that an AI system cannot be an Inventor. A number of other policy issues were also identified.
McCullough Robertson
An AFC certification trade mark will communicate to consumers that the product meets a certain quality or standard.
Pointon Partners
The ‘.au' domain name will then be released to the general public to purchase on a ‘first come, first serve' basis.
Goodwin Procter LLP
Last week Pfizer filed a lawsuit in a federal court of Australia against respondents Samsung Bioepis, Merck, Sharp & Dohme, Organon, and Arrow, to halt sales of their biosimilar BRENZYS (etanercept).
J A Kemp LLP
Those following the widespread (and largely unsuccessful) attempts of the "DABUS" legal team in attempting to get an AI machine recognised as an inventor by patent offices will recall that their only real success to date came in...
Boult Wade Tennant
Whilst the dispute continues as to who (if any) among the Artificial Intelligence (AI) "DABUS" and its creator Dr Stephen Thaler can be regarded in law as the inventor for a number of patent applications around the world, they have undoubtedly caused the generation of much legal analysis.
Herbert Smith Freehills
For designers and manufacturers launching new products, registered designs are the most appropriate means of protecting the design of, or embodied in, those products.
Spruson & Ferguson
Overview of recent activity relating to patents, trade marks, designs and copyright.
Herbert Smith Freehills
For designers and manufacturers launching new products, registered designs are the most appropriate means of protecting the design of, or embodied in, those products.
Stacks Law Firm
The question for determination was whether under the Commonwealth Patents Act an AI system could be an inventor.
Spruson & Ferguson
What should you consider before filing a provisional patent application?
Holman Webb
This unanimous judgement brings Australia into line with most other jurisdictions around the world.
Davies Collison Cave
The Australian Federal Court was the first and only court worldwide to decide that an artificial intelligence (AI) can be named as an inventor on a patent.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
The court had the power to overturn or vary a costs award made by a delegate of the Registrar of Designs.
Davies Collison Cave
In our last article, we discussed the myriad of ways in which musicians and performers are more inventive than you might have thought. If you think you've come up with a new invention...
Davies Collison Cave
In BEABA v Biba (Zhejiang) Nursing Products Co., Ltd [2022] SGIPOS 5, BEABA successfully opposed Biba (Zhejiang) Nursing Products Co.'s ("Biba") applications...
Davies Collison Cave
When musicians think about intellectual property, patent protection is often overlooked as music and performance are more commonly associated with other intellectual property rights, such as copyright and trade mark protection.
Davies Collison Cave
The Australian Federal Court was the first and only court worldwide to decide that an artificial intelligence (AI) can be named as an inventor on a patent.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In this podcast series, Australian partners Rebekah Gay and Emma Iles explore a variety of topics, issues and areas of intellectual property law.
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