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Full Federal Court rules on statutory right to terminate patent licences *

Australia - January 23 2015
The Full Federal Court of Australia has unanimously confirmed that a licence to exploit multiple patents cannot be terminated by relying on section…

Co-authors: Robert Arnold.

Parallel importation: are the courts turning back the tide? *

Australia - September 18 2012
There have been two significant developments over the last week in cases where an Australian importer and retailer has asserted the “parallel importation defence” in response to claims of trade mark infringement.

Co-authors: Erika Hansen.

Significant reform of patent laws *

Australia - April 19 2012
The Australian Federal Government has implemented a range of reforms designed to bring Australian patent laws in line with other key jurisdictions. 

Co-authors: Jane Woodhouse.

Significant reform of trade mark enforcement and opposition procedures *

Australia - April 19 2012
We are pleased to report that the Australian Federal Government has implemented a range of reforms in the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2011. 

Co-authors: Byron Angelopulo, Jasmine Clubb.