Congratulations to our very own Binh Rey for making it as Member of the Week on Women’s Network Australia! I just found out that I […]
When Dr. Elizabeth Kirk, Beyond Ergo decided to rebrand her specialised ergonomic business, she consulted with Binh Rey for assistance with trademarking her new name. What she discovered was that her chosen name wasn’t an ideal representation of her business, and rebranding was more involved than simply choosing a new name.
SKILL UP is a webinar series organised by Small Business Women Australia. TOPIC: #SKILLUP Session – Trade Marks 101 | Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at […]
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A recent decision by the delegate of the registrar of trade marks highlights the potential for confusion when businesses choose generic brand names. Choosing generic […]
One Federal Court decision clarifies what is considered as “authorised use” of a trade mark wherein the trade mark user is not the trade mark owner but a subsidiary of the owner’s company.
What is legalising, and when is an applicant required to legalise documents before trade mark application?
Proper use of registered trade marks: learning from the case, The Sunraysia Natural Beverage Co Pty ...
Registered trade marks that are not used in commerce may be removed due to non-use. This case shows how owners address allegations of non-use.
The intention behind why a trade mark is filed is important in determining whether the application is valid.