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Notifiable Data Breach resources published - Get ready now!

Australia - December 20 2017 Further to our previous article, the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) statement and other resources have been finalised and published on the OAIC website...

Briar Francis, Steven Hunwicks, Verity Stone.


Someone is patenting my invention. How do I stop them?

Australia - October 31 2017 If you have invented something that satisfies the requirements for the grant of a patent, you are entitled to have a patent granted in your favour...

Briar Francis, Steven Hunwicks, Verity Stone, Jonathan Lewis.


Using the registered trademark symbol on trademarks - its meaning and benefits

Australia - October 24 2017 Registering your trademark is an important step in protecting your intellectual property rights. Registration not only allows you, the trademark owner...

Briar Francis, Steven Hunwicks, Verity Stone, Jonathan Lewis.


Notifiable data breach draft resources released by the Federal Government

Australia - October 19 2017 Australia’s mandatory data breach notification laws will come into effect on 23 February 2018. In a previous article, we outlined the key obligations...

Steven Hunwicks.


Top five trademark issues to consider for your franchise

Australia - October 3 2017 Franchising is a way of doing business and a form of licensing, where a franchisor licences its intellectual property to a franchisee. The...

Briar Francis, Steven Hunwicks, Verity Stone.