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Ouch! Federal Court of Australia imposes $4.5 million-dollar penalty for misleading marketing of pain-relief products

Australia - June 3 2020 The Federal Court has handed down a significant $4.5 million penalty over misleading claims made with respect to the over-the-counter muscular pain…

Manner of manufacture and software-based inventions: Patent eligibility test re-affirmed but limited further clarity provided by Australian Appeals Court

Australia - September 18 2019 After much anticipation and a 10 month wait since the appeal was heard in November 2018, the expanded panel of five Federal Court judges in Encompass…

Australian company ordered to pay $10 million for unacceptable advertising claims: TGA uses its power to penalise inappropriate online advertisement and sale of therapeutic goods

Australia - August 2 2019 With increased internet penetration, the development of a myriad of mobile/ online applications for the delivery of digital health services that are…

What is driving the future of Australia’s research and innovation sector?

Australia - March 18 2019 The Minister for the Department of Education and Training announced on 19 February 2019 that a review will be conducted of Australia’s Science and…

Manner of manufacture and software-based inventions: What does it mean for an invention to involve “an improvement in the computer”?

Australia - December 5 2018 Whether inventions relating to the use of a computer are patentable according to the ‘manner of manufacture’ test has for many years been unclear in…

Esme Wong