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You may have a great business idea, but that doesn’t mean you can obtain a patent to protect and monopolise it.

As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates globally, businesses are facing another kind of outbreak – a rise in COVID-19 related cyber security attacks. In this…
In the race to find both a vaccine and cure for COVID-19, the tension between monopoly rights and public access to crucial medicines, diagnostics and medical…
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Data is increasingly being understood as a valuable asset.  

For businesses, it is now clear that having a thorough understanding of their data…

Described by Murphy J as “ill advised proceedings…with no clear winner”, the decision that iconic Australian swimwear brand Triangl did not infringe…

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A recent decision by Justice Beach of the Federal Court of Australia (“Federal Court”) in SNF (Australia) Pty Ltd v BASF Australia Ltd (2019) 140 IPR 276 (“…

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G+T partner, Chris Williams, and former partner and consultant to the firm, Peter Leonard, recently contributed the Australian chapter to the Global Law and…

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The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has added yet another acronym to the Australian tax lexicon by issuing Taxpayer Alert 2020/1 (Taxpayer Alert), which…
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G+T partner, Chris Williams, assisted by lawyer, Sidney Kung, recently contributed to the New York State Bar Association's International Law Practicum to…

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While there has been a trend towards decluttering our homes, the opposite has been happening with data – The amount of data that is tracked, collected,…

Speaking recently at a business event in London, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, in response to being asked whether he would introduce an equivalent of the UK’s…

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