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Wholly-owned subsidiaries: same same but different

Australia - April 8 2014 Wholly-owned subsidiaries might exist for a number of reasons, whether it be for quarantining assets and liabilities, satisfying foreign legal

The goose is cooked: authorised use and bare trade mark licences under Australian law

Australia - August 23 2016 Following the recent case of Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America LLC 2016 FCAFC 92, trade mark owners who don’t exercise actual control over

Competition policy review - replacing the price signalling laws with concerted practices fit for purpose or a foreign concept?

Australia - October 10 2014 The Harper Review’s draft report (Draft Report) considers that the price signalling provisions set out in Division 1A of the Competition and Consumer

Gilbert Tobin innovation insights

Australia - August 18 2016 The global economy is undergoing profound changes that many are calling a ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’. This technology-driven revolution, like

A Level of Clarity on Compensation for Extinguishment of Native Title?

Australia - August 25 2016 Yesterday, the Federal Court delivered its first determination of compensation payable in relation to the extinguishment of native title.1 In some

A Level of Clarity on Compensation for Extinguishment of Native Title?

Australia - August 25 2016 Yesterday, the Federal Court delivered its first determination of compensation payable in relation to the extinguishment of native title.1 In some

Mite-y win for Dick Smith

Australia - August 25 2016 Aussie icon, Dick Smith, has resisted attempts to remove his OZEMITE trade mark registration after winning his appeal in the Federal Court against a

The goose is cooked: authorised use and bare trade mark licences under Australian law

Australia - August 23 2016 Following the recent case of Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America LLC 2016 FCAFC 92, trade mark owners who don’t exercise actual control over

Gilbert Tobin innovation insights

Australia - August 18 2016 The global economy is undergoing profound changes that many are calling a ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’. This technology-driven revolution, like

ASIC's report on the identification and handling of material non-public information

Australia - August 12 2016 What does ASIC’s report on the handling of material non-public information and the management of conflicts mean for Australian market practice