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Chinese Patent Law and Practice


In November 2011, Chris visited patent attorney firms in Guangzhou Baxter IP works with and to learn more about Chinese patent law and practice. Here are his notes! Chinese Invention […]

Why do you need an Intellectual Property Attorney


Proper preparation of a patent specification is probably the most important part of any patent application process. The patent specification must not only meet certain substantive requirements such as fully […]

Baxter IP’s Unique Approach to Drafting Provisional Patent Specifications


One of the key roles of a provisional patent application is the establishment of a priority date, which is the patentee’s earliest claimed filing date for his patent.  The provisional […]

New Zealand Patent Bill


The New Zealand Patent Bill, which is scheduled to replace the Patents Act 1953, is due to be brought into force by 31 December 2012. The new Patent Bill is […]

Research & Development Tax Reform Briefing with Baxter IP & KPMG


On 24 October 2011 Baxter IP Patent Attorneys held a briefing for its clients in collaboration with KPMG on the new tax reform incentives for business conducting R&D activities. The […]

CNBC Interviews Chris Baxter on the Apple Samsung Patent Wars


Chris has released his preparation notes for the interview below: What is this Apple Samsung patent war all about? Apple has taken action against Samsung in a number of countries […]

Case study: Baxter IP Patent Attorneys helps to successfully protect railway sled invention


The Australian Rail Track Corporation has fast tracked a major maintenance program to prevent one of Australia’s busiest railway tracks from subsuming into mud, using a technology subject to one […]

Streamlined Process for Trans-Tasman Patents


In a recent announcement1, IP Australia and the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (“IPONZ”) have agreed on an implementation plan to introduce a streamlined patent process that will allow a […]

Case study: Baxter IP Patent Attorneys helps to successfully protect railway sled invention


The Australian Rail Track Corporation has fast tracked a major maintenance program to prevent one of Australia’s busiest railway tracks from subsuming into mud, using a technology subject to one […]

Streamlined Process for Trans-Tasman Patents


In a recent announcement1, IP Australia and the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (“IPONZ”) have agreed on an implementation plan to introduce a streamlined patent process that will allow a […]


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