Case Note: H Lundbeck A/S & Anor v Sandoz Pty Ltd
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia has demonstrated that the launch of a pharmaceutical product by a generic company even after expiry of the standard term...
A recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia has demonstrated that the launch of a pharmaceutical product by...
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Sigma Pharmaceuticals Case Clarifies Aspects of Compensable Loss
The recent decision in Sigma Pharmaceuticals (Australia) Pty Ltd v Wyeth FCA 1556 has clarified, among other things, a number of issues concerning compensation arising from the usual...
The recent decision in Sigma Pharmaceuticals (Australia) Pty Ltd v Wyeth FCA 1556 has clarified, among other things,...
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Australia Update: Swiss style claims and patent term extension
Under Australian patent law, the term of a pharmaceutical patent may be extended if certain criteria are met. In this regard, a patent term extension (PTE) of up to...
Under Australian patent law, the term of a pharmaceutical patent may be extended if certain criteria are met. In...
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Protection of Second and Subsequent Medical Use in Singapore
In Singapore, second and subsequent medical use of a known substance has traditionally been claimed as Swiss-style claims which take the form of “Use of compound X in the...
In Singapore, second and subsequent medical use of a known substance has traditionally been claimed as Swiss-style claims which...
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Patentability of Known Technology
For a product or process to be patentable in Australia, it is commonly understood that it must be novel (new), possess an inventive (non-obvious advantage over similar technology) and...
For a product or process to be patentable in Australia, it is commonly understood that it must be novel...
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Plant IP Protection in Australia: Patent, Plant Breeder’s Rights, or both?
In Australia, plant varieties, including genetically modified plants, can be protected under both the Australian Plant Breeder's Rights Act 1994 (the “PBR Act”) and the Australian Patents Act 1990....
In Australia, plant varieties, including genetically modified plants, can be protected under both the Australian Plant Breeder's Rights Act...
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