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Introducing Michael Smith and Paula Chavez


In the ten years since launching, we have worked tirelessly to build a team of industry specialist patent attorneys, each offering a unique skillset and breadth of experience. As we […]

Did Apple really lose the iPhone trademark battle with a Chinese handbag maker?


iPhone v IPHONE Reports have filtered through from China that Apple have lost control of the trademark ‘iPhone’, because a Chinese company has successfully: obtained a Chinese trademark registration for ‘IPHONE’, […]

WORLD IP DAY – April 26, 2016 – Digital Creativity: Culture Reimagined


World IP Day is celebrated around the world, to promote discussion of the role of intellectual property in encouraging innovation and creativity. History of World Intellectual Property Day The event […]

Strengthening intellectual property rights in China


Over the last couple of decades the Chinese government has pursued a policy of encouraging local businesses to partner up with high technology offshore firms, to enable the offshore companies to […]

Patents – Is this the way to go? There has to be a balance, but what is it?


The High Court of Australia is to hear whether Myriad Genetics’ gene patent stands in an appeal by Queensland cancer survivor Yvonne DÁrcy In September 2014, breast cancer sufferers were […]

Intellectual Property Issues Raised in Competition Policy Review


In 2013, the Australian Government commissioned an expert panel review of competition policy in Australia. The final report of the panel (known as the Harper Review) was issued in March […]

Inventorship – Don’t get it Wrong!


Any person may apply for a patent. However, a patent can only be granted to the inventor or a person or company deriving title from the inventor - but just who is an inventor? Or, perhaps more importantly, who is NOT an inventor?

Website Disputes – the importance of Trade Marks to protect your website


Having a registered Trade Mark is an advantage in a dispute resolution procedure to maintain or to retrieve a similar domain name from another website registrant. Consider the situation where […]

How exclusive does a patent licence need to be in order to qualify as an ‘exclusive licence’ under the Patents Act?


In the enforcement of patent rights, disputes over whether a patent is infringed may lead to the institution of infringement proceedings before the court.  The Patents Act 1990 provides that […]

Baxter IP Provide Enforceable Patents


It is important that a patent is an effective tool that assists the commercial exploitation of a new invention.  Therefore patents need to be written well.  Further they need to […]


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