Patents

Much has been written about computational law and blockchain recently. In short, computational law has been described as systems that can make automatic legal reasoning which can determine the outcome of a case. We have written about blockchain in our blog here http://www.tglaw.com.au/ip-blog/2018/03/01/unravelling-blockchain-guide-blockchain-ip/. We would all be burying our heads in the sand if we ignored […]

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The future of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies remains controversial. However, their underlying technology – Blockchain – is likely to prove revolutionary. If you are still trying to distinguish your Bitcoin from your Blockchain, you are not alone. This post provides a no-nonsense guide to Blockchain and its potential impact on intellectual property (IP). Blockchain 101 […]

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Bayer Pharma AG (Bayer) pursued Generic Health Pty Ltd (GH) for damages for patent infringement.  In a recent Federal Court decision, GH had been found to have infringed a patent for a pharmaceutical combination of ethinylestradiol (EE) and drospirenone (DRSP) for use as a female oral contraceptive (OC).[1] Bayer’s claim Bayer elected damages and claimed […]

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On 25 October 2016, the Federal Court of Australia (FCA) published 26 new practice notes as part of the National Court Framework reforms.  Amongst these is the Intellectual Property Practice Note (IP-1) which establishes guidelines for all current and future Intellectual Property matters in the FCA. The practice note updates and expands the previous practice […]

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