Reeves J has sentenced Davies to 200 hours community service for non-compliance with a s 155 notice under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
The Full Court has dismissed Telstra’s appeal against “Yellow” being found descriptive of print and online directories.
Following the High Court’s ruling that Myriad’s claims for isolated DNA relating to BRCA1 were not patentable subject matter, IP Australia has released a “consultation” on how it proposes to treat patent applications claiming genetic material.
Just in time for the 2015 Copyright Symposium, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Google Books Project is “fair use” of copyright and so not infringing. Judgment here (pdf). Opinion authored by Circuit Judge Leval. Eleanora of the IPkats first look here; Rebecca Tushnet focuses on the fourth factor discussion here. The “four factors” from §107 are: (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such.. Read More
A closer look at the High Court’s ruling in D’Arcy v Myriad
Jessup J has ruled that MALTITOS may be registered for confectionary in the face of MALTESERS
The Full Federal Court has held that the (+) enantiomer of citalopram is itself a pharmaceutical substance per se and so eligible for term extension
The High Court has dismissed Astrazeneca’s appeal against the finding that its rosuvastatin patent was obvious.
Nicholas J stays dissolution of interlocutory injunction pending Otsuka’s appeal from invalidity of aripiprazole patent judgment. Commonwealth gets security for undertaking as to damages.
Minister announce Productivity Commission to review Australia’s IP laws