Monetizing of Intangible Assets


We all wish to make money from our assets. This can be from our tangible assets or our intangible assets Monetising of intangible assets A company’s intangible assets can take […]

Last chance saloon countries for filing national phase patent applications


The patent system allows for the filing of a provisional patent application in your home country. During the 12 months following this provisional filing you also have the right to […]

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’, […]

Innovators: what does the 2016 Budget mean for you?


Innovation is critical to Australia’s growth and standard of living. Supporting innovative firms to seize new opportunities will create competition, access to new markets and employment growth. 2016-2017 Australian Federal […]

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 […]

Baxter IP Sponsors ATSE Innovation Dinner and Clunies Ross Awards Presentation


We are delighted to announce our sponsorship of the ATSE Innovation Dinner and the presentation of the Clunies Ross Awards in Sydney on June 15. The Innovation Dinner brings together […]

The power of the provisional patent application


There’s no denying it: the process of getting a patent is a marathon. Whether you’re seeking a domestic monopoly or international protection, it can take years, and thousands of dollars, […]

Why are patents so important?


Getting a patent isn’t easy. It’s a long, complicated and expensive process, and without the right support it can be a real headache. So why bother? What’s so important about […]

Is the IP system there to be used to make a social or political point?


The Intellectual Property (IP) system includes patents and trademarks, copyright, design registration and other associated legal tools. But is the use of the IP system there to make a social […]

European Community Designs extend beyond Paris Convention period


We have recently been asked a very interesting and commercially important question, which we thought we would share. Background: We have filed design applications in Australia, and corresponding applications in […]


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