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Australia Unveils Significant Reforms to Medicines and Medical Devices Regulation

Australia - October 17 2016 The Federal Government has responded to the Review of Medicines and Medical Devices Regulation, whereby reforms will be progressively rolled out over…

Co-authors: Amy Middlebrook.

Federal Court rules Olympic themed Telstra campaign is not misleading

Australia - August 10 2016 The Federal Court's recent decision in Australian Olympic Committee, Inc. v Telstra Corporation Limited[2016] FCA 857 will be of particular interest…

Co-authors: Stephanie Favotto, Julie Cox.

Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America LLC - Removal of trade mark registrations for non-use: Trade mark owners must show 'actual' control over use of licensed trade marks

Australia - August 2 2016 Trade mark owners are at serious risk of losing their registered rights if they do not exercise actual control over licensees. The recent decision of…

Co-authors: Byron Angelopulo, Robert Arnold, Jonathan L. Flintoft, Richard Gough, Gilbert Tsang.

Intellectual Property - 2015 Year in Review

Australia - December 22 2015 AstraZeneca has lost patent protection for its blockbuster cholesterol-lowering drug Crestor (rosuvastatin). In AstraZeneca AB v Apotex Pty Ltd…

Co-authors: Monique Nicolle.

Commonwealth given green light to recover millions in compensation

Australia - December 22 2015 The Commonwealth of Australia is one step closer in its efforts to seek to recover over A$60 million in compensation from originators, Sanofi and…

Co-authors: Monique Nicolle.

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