Enablement and Plausibility – is a guess good enough?
The Australian enablement requirement was introduced with the IP Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012 that came into effect on 15 April 2013. However, some seven years later...
The Australian enablement requirement was introduced with the IP Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012 that came into...
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Singapore design registrants to benefit from WIPO Design Treaty
Singapore design registrants are able to enjoy greater benefits from March 19 2020 as the city-state has become the 58th member to join the Locarno Agreement, an international agreement on...
Singapore design registrants are able to enjoy greater benefits from March 19 2020 as the city-state has become the...
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Terminating and re-negotiating your contracts under COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has substantially disrupted the operation of the Australian society and overseas. Supply chains are interrupted due to travel restrictions, the mode of business operation has changed overnight as a...
The COVID-19 pandemic has substantially disrupted the operation of the Australian society and overseas. Supply chains are interrupted due to travel...
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Electronic witnessing of documents under Covid-19
Further to our earlier article on the subject of electronic signatures,  New South Wales is the first state in Australia to enable the electronic witnessing of documents in response...
Further to our earlier article on the subject of electronic signatures,  New South Wales is the first state in...
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Kraft v Bega: Implications for trade mark licensing in Australia
On 14 April 2020, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia handed down an appeal decision with important implications for trade mark licensing in Australia, and in...
On 14 April 2020, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia handed down an appeal decision with...
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Singapore reforms local IP dispute resolution
In a reform to the intellectual property (IP) dispute resolution landscape in Singapore, the Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act 2019 (“the Act”) came into operation on 12 November 2019...
In a reform to the intellectual property (IP) dispute resolution landscape in Singapore, the Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act...
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Re Hilton Worldwide Holding LLP [2020] ATMO 20
The word “TAPESTRY” has been held to not be, to any extent, inherently adapted to distinguish “arranging and conducting of live exhibitions, functions, conferences, conventions, seminars and meetings in the fields of...
The word “TAPESTRY” has been held to not be, to any extent, inherently adapted to distinguish “arranging and conducting of live...
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