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Major changes to Australia's Therapeutic Goods Regime commence soon

Australia - February 19 2018 New pathways to the market will soon be available to pharmaceutical companies following the passage of the Therapeutic Goods Amendment (2017 Measures...

Greg Williams, Colin Loveday, Dean Gerakiteys.

Jumping another hurdle: the Full Federal Court maintains the fine line between using Olympic themes and ambush marketing

Australia - November 9 2017 A prominent and clearly worded disclaimer in the advertisements could well protect against claims of ambush marketing. In an important decision on...

Sumer Dayal.

Just what the doctor ordered: proposed reforms to Therapeutic Goods Regime

Australia - May 11 2017 The Therapeutic Goods Administration has released a consultation paper for stakeholders detailing proposed amendments to the Therapeutic Goods Act to...

Dean Gerakiteys.

High Court won't hear case on IP licences surviving the end of the contract

Australia - April 19 2017 The Victorian Supreme Court in 2015 determined that an IP licence could survive the termination of the agreement that created it gave pause to many...

Mathew Fenwick.

One infringement to rule them all: Federal Court finds jewellery infringes copyright in Lord of the Rings

Australia - September 19 2016 A fictional phrase in a fictional language from Lord of the Rings was protected by copyright, and its unauthorised reproduction infringed that...