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A warning to US & foreign companies on Australian patent infringement by common design: Bayer Pharma AG v Genentech Inc [2012] FCA 1467

Australia - January 23 2013 US and other foreign companies that do not have Australian commercial operations will be interested in this decision because it contains prima facie…

Greg Noonan.

What has your attorney told you about Nautilus v Biosig.?

USA - July 28 2014 The US Patents Act requires a patent specification to "conclude with one or more claims particularly pointing out and distinctly claiming the subject…

Adam Denley.

Inventorship is not authorship

Australia - August 2 2012 It is one thing to get authorship wrong on a manuscript, but it is quite another to get inventorship wrong on a patent.

Proposed Australian patent prosecution and opposition rule changes for US patent attorneys

Australia, USA - October 25 2012 Since 15 April 2012, the date on which Australia’s new patent law came into force, we have been waiting to see the draft regulations that will underpin the operation of patent prosecution and opposition proceedings.

An easy guide to Australia’s new patent law under the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012

Australia - June 28 2012 The most significant amendment to Australia’s patent legislation since enactment of the current Patents Act 1990 (Cth) has now come into effect with the passing of the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012 (Cth) into law.

Brett Connor, Greg Noonan, James Cherry, John Dower.