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The authorless song: Artificial intelligence and Australia's copyright law regime

Australia - May 14 2020 In an increasingly digital world which is relying more and more on AI, there is a strong case to say that reform is needed to bridge the gap that has...

Could artificial intelligence invent?

Australia - May 14 2020 A patent application naming arti cial intelligence as "inventor" would be unlikely to be permitted in the Australian patent system. The use of...

Deborah Polites.

Round 2: A fight about much more than peanuts: Kraft beaten by Bega in crunch trade mark appeal

Australia - April 30 2020 It remains unclear whether brand owners can validly license common law trade marks, so brand owners should register all distinctive product packaging...

Sean McGuire.

A fight about much more than peanuts: licensing unregistered trade marks after Kraft v Bega

Australia - May 30 2019 Brand owners should review their licensing arrangements in Australia, because licensing of unregistered trade marks may now be ineffective without...

Sean McGuire.

Parliamentary Report on Fairness in Franchising aimed at tipping the balance back towards franchisees

Australia - March 21 2019 While it may take some time for the recommendations to be implemented, businesses should be aware of the proposals put forward in the report and their...

Rebecca Lobb.