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As a specialist intellectual property (IP) firm, we provide you with tailored end-to-end IP services through our patent and trade mark attorney firm…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 17 May 2022

Thaler seeks special leave to appeal to the High Court on AI inventorship

As reported earlier, the Full Court recently determined in Commissioner of Patents v Thaler [2022] FCAFC 62 that a device characterized as an…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 9 May 2022

Essential oils are a staple commercial product, says Full Court

A recent Full Federal Court decision has discussed the meaning of the term “staple commercial product” within the context of patent infringement by…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 21 Apr 2022

Australian “Fearless Girl” keeps standing

Whilst ostensibly designed to be a symbol of gender equality, the “Fearless Girl” statue has largely been mired in controversy and legal proceedings…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 14 Apr 2022

Full Federal Court says no to AI inventors

In the latest chapter of the DABUS saga, the Full Federal Court of Australia has determined that a device characterized as an artificial intelligence…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 11 Apr 2022

ACCC to deny authorisation for pharmaceutical patent settlement

Historically, licences in relation to intellectual property rights in Australia were shielded from the full force of competition law due to a limited…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 6 Apr 2022

‘Archetypical’ reaction to Megan and Harry’s trade mark application

Megan Markle and Prince Harry’s company, Archewell Audio LLC, has filed a trade mark application for the word ‘ARCHETYPES’ in relation to the podcast…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 5 Apr 2022

Don’t try to hide the truth in a case of ‘bad faith’

The Federal Court has allowed an appeal in Enagic v Horizons on grounds including s 62A of the Trade Marks Act that the application subject to the…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 5 Apr 2022

Can a high-level concept in a proposal give rise to entitlement to an invention?

The Full Court decision in Vehicle Monitoring Systems v SARB Management Group has given detailed consideration to the notion of “inventive concept”…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 4 Apr 2022

Full Court confirms relevant regulatory approval date for PTE

The Full Federal Court has confirmed that the relevant regulatory approval date for requesting a pharmaceutical patent term extension (PTE) is the…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 31 Mar 2022

‘For use’ not always suitable for use: injunction denied due to wrongly granted PTE

In the recent interlocutory decision in Biogen v Pharmacor, the Federal Court has denied patentee Biogen a preliminary injunction to restrain generic…
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