We were recently asked to address a question involving cybersquatting. Cybersquatting is a controversial practice where an individual or a business registers an internet domain name (the website address) that someone else may have an interest in. The “cybersquatter” then often refuses to do anything… until they have been paid, of course. This sort of […]
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While it comes highly recommended, the registration of your trade mark with IP Australia is not necessary to market your goods or to mark them with your trade mark. A trade mark is a badge of origin or a signal to others that the mark is associated with you or your business. The benefit of […]
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Do you run a business? What sorts of legal issues do you normally encounter when running your business? For that matter, when was the last time you saw a solicitor? Would it be before you started your business – or only after you encountered a problem? Solicitors are a little bit like doctors. You usually […]