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Design protection of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) an Australian perspective

Australia - October 9 2014 The validity of Australian registered design protection for graphical user interfaces (GUIs) is somewhat unclear. The registrability of GUIs in some...

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Inventive step evidence fails to find traction with the federal court

Australia - February 18 2014 Establishing whether an invention involves an inventive step may at times equate to determining the length of the proverbial piece of string. In...

The design is mine! No, it is not

Australia - January 20 2014 Determining a party's entitlement to Intellectual Property (IP) rights can at times provide even the most experienced IP practitioner with a good...