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About Davies Collison Cave Davies Collison Cave is Australia’s leading intellectual property legal practice, with a history that goes back nearly 140…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 17 Dec 2021

Competition and Consumer Law Update - August - November 2021 Edition

This is the latest in a series detailing developments in competition and consumer law in Australia, including the activities of Australia's…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 17 Dec 2021

Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) Law Update - Volume 44

On 12 October 2021, the Privacy Commissioner determined that convenience store 7-Eleven interfered with customers’ privacy through the use of facial…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 17 Dec 2021

Full Federal Court decides patent eligibility of risk management software invention cannot be cured by amendment.

In Repipe Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Patents [2021] FCAFC 223, the Full Federal Court has refused to grant leave to appeal from a decision that an…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 17 Dec 2021

Federal government proposes “Anti-Trolling” legislation…but is it really anti-troll?

In a media release on 28 November 2021, the Prime Minister announced a "world-leading" move to combat online trolls through the introduction of "new…
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Davies Collison Cave | Singapore | 9 Dec 2021

Weider keeps Morinaga’s “IN” mark out of Register

Weider Global Nutrition, LLC (Applicant) develops nutrition-related goods while Morinaga & Co., Ltd (Proprietor) manufactures mainly confectionaries…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 2 Dec 2021

Another spin of the reels - Australian Full Federal Court finds electronic gaming machine to be patent ineligible

The Full Federal Court has reframed a test for patent eligibility of software inventions in Commissioner of Patents v Aristocrat Technologies…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 1 Dec 2021

In-Store Surveillance, Biometric Analysis and Privacy Rights

In-store notices stating that patrons are “under surveillance” may be insufficient to comply with the store’s privacy obligations, particularly if…
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Davies Collison Cave | Singapore | 18 Nov 2021

Heytea serves up invalidation against Heetea in Singapore

In Shenzhen Meixixi Catering Management Co., Ltd. v Heetea Pte. Ltd. [2021] SGIPOS 12, the Chinese company Shenzhen Meixixi Catering Management Co…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 18 Nov 2021

“Control, Protection, Recognition and Respect” - Potential changes to IP Australia’s trade mark examination processes to improve the protection of Indigenous Knowledge

October was Indigenous Business Month in Australia. This year’s theme of “Powering the Indigenous Economy” highlights the significant contribution…
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Davies Collison Cave | Australia | 17 Nov 2021

AGL Energy Limited v Greenpeace Australia Pacific Limited [2021] FCA 625 8 June 2021

First published as part of Lauren Eade, Jodie Goonawardena, Miriam Zanker and Courtney White ‘Current Developments - Australia’: AGL Energy Limited v…
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