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AJ Park | China | 13 Jul 2017

The name game

With China being an increasingly important market for New Zealand game developers, taking steps to protect your name there is more important than ever

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 4 Jul 2017

New Zealand Government launches review of the Copyright Act

On 29 June, the Minister of Commerce and Consumers Affairs launched a review of the Copyright Act 1994 (the Act). The review’s terms of reference can

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 3 Jul 2017

Updated: Geographical indications set for New Zealand

From 27 July 2017, it will be possible to register geographical indications for wines and spirits in New Zealand. Regulations that set out the

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 15 Jun 2017

Standardised tobacco packaging regulations released for New Zealand

Last week regulations standardising the packaging of tobacco products were approved by Cabinet and made available online at health.govt

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AJ Park | Australia | 7 Jun 2017

Should innovation patents be kept?

There's been some recent comment about the usefulness of Australian innovation patents, and whether they should be kept. From my work with small

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 7 Jun 2017

Don’t get caught offside

Make sure your business is on-board with advertising requirements for the DHL NZ Lions Series. The DHL NZ Lions Series has hit our shores. With the

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 31 May 2017

Unsolicited letters regarding trade mark renewals

An organisation calling itself ‘PTMO - Patent and Trademark Organisation’ is sending notices to owners of trade mark registrations in New Zealand

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AJ Park | New Zealand | 4 May 2017

High Court’s decision to allow termination of licence without cause is a timely reminder

A recent High Court decision highlights the importance of clear contractual terms stating when and how the parties may terminate their agreement

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AJ Park | USA, New Zealand | 2 May 2017

Eminem v National Party: copyright case over song ‘Lose Yourself’

The trial has begun for the long-running battle between the owners of the copyright in the Eminem song ‘Lose Yourself’, and various parties (including

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AJ Park | USA | 1 May 2017

Illustrated plainly: patent process 101

Let’s say you’ve come up with a clever idea that has lots of potential. What should you do next? The first step is to keep it a secret. Put your idea

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