One of our clients who had entered into a Heads of Agreement to sell its overseas subsidiary but then terminated this agreement was sued in the High Court of Chancery in London for wrongful termination of contract. An application was also made for summary judgment against our client based on an argument that…Read More >
Automotive lubricants for car engines; duct lubricants; graphited lubricants; industrial lubricants; lubricants; lubricants being gear oils;…Read More >
For just over 60 years, the applicant (Sebel) has carried on business in Australia. For most of that time, that business has included the design, manufacture and supply of chairs moulded from plastic materials. Sebel’s products are also sold overseas. It exports to over 70 countries worldwide.
Sebel’s product range is extensive and varied. It produces seating and furniture for restaurants, cafes, stadia, auditoriums,…Read More >
1. Robert and Alison Kerr have filed application 999724, for the following trade mark:
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2. Their application has been examined at the Trade Marks Office and accepted for possible registration in respect of “Lawn and garden maintenance”. 3. Ruralco Holdings Limited (“the opponent”) has opposed registration of the trade mark. Both parties have followed the process in…
Hazan Hollander wins trade mark infringement case in the Federal Court of Australia restraining infringement of Living Water trade mark. Director of infringing company also found responsible for infringement.
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In this matter, the applicant seeks revocation of a patent issued to the first respondent, which sues by cross-claim for infringement. The alleged invention has been the subject of prior proceedings in the United Kingdom (Chiron Corporation v. Organon Teknika Limited (No. 3) and Chiron Corporation v. Murex Diagnostics Limited (No. 3), (1994) FSR 202). The patent is concerned (inter…Read More >