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Court refuses amendment resisting account of profits claim for patent infringement

Australia - November 19 2019 Typically in patent litigation, the issues of infringement and validity (“liability”) are decided first, and separately from, the issue of pecuniary…

Fiona Galbraith.

Patent succeeds a second time - Full Federal Court rules Australian Mud Company’s patent is valid and infringed

Australia - October 11 2019 A very small proportion of Australian patents are the subject of Federal Court judgments. Notably, Australian Mud Company’s standard Patent No…

Fiona Galbraith.

How inevitable must a result be to destroy novelty? Is inevitability relevant to obviousness? When is a patent licence “exclusive”?

Australia - March 10 2015 These questions were recently considered by the Full Federal Court (Besanko, Jagot and Nicholas JJ) in Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and Otsuka…

Althea Tsang.

Additional legislative reforms simplify agvet chemical renewals and approvals

Australia - September 2 2014 Further reforms to Australian agricultural and veterinary (agvet) chemical legislation came into effect on 21 July 2014 as a result of the…

Jessica Sapountsis, Miriam Zanker.

Changes to agricultural and veterinary chemicals legislation in effect from 1 July 2014

Australia - July 2 2014 On 1 July 2014 a suite of legislative changes were introduced that affect how agricultural and veterinary (agvet) chemicals are registered and…

Jessica Sapountsis, Miriam Zanker.