What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You The Federal Court of Australia recently granted an injunction to prevent one business owner from using its trade mark because it was substantially identical or deceptively similar to an existing trade mark owned by another business. The case is this… In one corner, we have the owner of […]
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Many people, particularly celebrities, have used their names as trade marks. For instance, the pop star Britney Spears has two trade marks over 8 classes of goods and services, ranging from music CDs to perfumes. Arguably having a name trade mark is particularly effective when you’ve built a name for yourself. That being the case […]
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Early this month the High Court delivered it’s judgment in the Google and ACCC appeal. I’ve previously written about this in a previous blog post and have been following this matter for some time now as it is a subject matter that interests me. The High Court has now unanimously reversed the decision made by […]