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Exploiting the diagnostic value of fetal DNA proves well-conceived

USA - September 3 2019 Patents -invalidity - discovery of naturally occurring phenomenon - claims for methods of applying that discovery - whether method of manufacture -...

Tom D Cordiner, Alan Nash.

Direct mail service provider takes leave of its SENSIS

Australia - September 3 2019 Trade marks - infringement - defences - use of a mark for which the alleged infringer would have obtained registration - date at which assessment of...

Tom D Cordiner, Alan Nash.

GMH goes spare over trade mark “repair purpose” defence

Australia - May 31 2019 As Justice Burley astutely observes in the opening Paragraph of this decision, “car enthusiasts, particularly Young men, like to upgrade, enhance or...

The Honourable Peter C Heerey AM QC, Alan Nash.

How to recognise the right construction of “recognise”

Australia - April 26 2019 Justices Greenwood, White and Burley addressed an appeal by Kevin Davies from a finding by McKerracher J in May last year that Lazer Safe Pty Ltd did...

Tom D Cordiner, Alan Nash.

Justice Beach floats a solution to the tidal wave of documents in patent litigation

Australia - March 27 2019 First, in 2008, SNF sought revocation of Ciba’s (BASF’s predecessor in title) five innovation patents and Ciba cross-claimed for infringement. In...

Alan Nash.