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This bulletin discusses the latest cases and legislative developments affecting patents, designs, trade marks, copyright, trade practices and litigation, including the ACCC's decision to drop misleading conduct case against Google subsidiaries.
Recent changes to the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 have been driven by an objective of harmonising Australia's content regulation. Ian McGill and Valeska Bloch review the changes. Subject to a number of exceptions, whatever the delivery platform or form the content takes, whether permanent or...
The release of new geographic domain names will give businesses an opportunity to register domains that reflect a geographic connection to their business. Jesse Gleeson and Jeremy Collins report.
This issue looks at proposed changes to the duty of disclosure; the design registrability of fonts; a patent infringement validity decision; trade mark examination for short marks; changes to the process for filing divisional trade mark applications; and linking of single class trade mark registrations....
The past two months has seen a crackdown by the Australian Communications and Media Authority on unsolicited electronic messages. Special counsel Karin Clark and lawyer Suzanne Komattu-Mathews report on the outcome of three recent decisions under the Spam Act 2003.
AAR's intellectual property lawyers and patent and trade marks attorneys provide an update on recent cases and legislative developments affecting trade marks, trade practices, copyright and technology.
AAR's intellectual property lawyers and patent and trade marks attorneys provide an update on recent cases and...
The Australian Communications and Media Authority's recent Media Diversity Report details the ownership of the regulated media platforms in each commercial radio licence area and provides details about the new points regime. Ian McGill reports that, while the new media ownership regime permits foreign and...