In October this year the Queensland Supreme Court heard a case regarding the validity of an Informal Will. Interestingly the case examines whether an unsent text message can be accepted as an Informal Will. The case brings two questions to light. Firstly it asks us to consider whether formal Wills are still necessary in our […]
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Trade Mark Registration Considerations Picking right up where we last left off, I talked about the 2 stages in the trade mark registration process that can cause a hiccup in your master plan – the examination stage and the opposition stage. While no one (including the powers that be at IP Australia) can guarantee your […]
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What to do with Your Registered Trade Mark There’s a popular myth about trade marks – that once registered, always registered. Many business owners are diligent about their trade mark or their brand when they are trying to get it registered but many tend to take a back seat once their trade mark receives the coveted “registered” status. As […]