Understanding the differences in how registered designs are assessed in different jurisdictions is important when seeking design protection. None more apparent are the differences between Australian and New Zealand design law which is important to understand as it can have implications regarding your registered designs in these countries.
Baxter IP allied law firm, Interface Legal, wins defence to patent infringement in the Australian Fe...
Interface Legal recently obtained a win for its client in a Federal Court matter of patent infringement.
Registered designs are a relatively cost effective and underutilised form of IP protection. Registered designs protect the aesthetic or visual features of a product, in […]
Esco Corporation (“ESCO”) was the applicant for Australian standard patent application no. 2011201135 entitled “Wear Assembly”. Paragraph 1 of the application provides that the invention […]
A registered design is a type of IP that protects the way your design looks. Similar to other forms of IP, a registered design can be filed locally or internationally and can be used to enforce against other designs that may infringe on your registered and certified design.
Your business’ intellectual property is as important as your tangible assets. These days, staying ahead of the competition also means planning your IP strategy well.
On April 10, 2018, the iconic Australian brand UGG won a big $5.2M in the Central District of California in a design patent infringement case […]
Power Innovation, Defend Success ~ Baxter IP is now Australia’s 5th largest private IP attorney pr...
Innovation keeps our world moving forward. For our clients at Baxter IP, it means developing ideas that make a difference in their industries and that […]
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 […]