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Malaysia’s Federal Court handed McDonald’s a loss in finding that the use of the “Mc” prefix by McCurry Restaurant did not amount to passing off of the McDonald’s trade name and get-up.
Dynamic trademarks can inject new life into a brand and can be successful in capturing the attention and interest of consumers. They can also pose a challenge for the lawyers charged with protecting t...
Australia’s Federal Court has held that the seahorse shape is not capable of distinguishing Guylian’s chocolates and therefore should not be registered, reflecting the traditional reluctance of Austra...
Until a recent court ruling, the lack of judicial guidance on the vaguely worded “innovative step” requirement in Australia’s Patents Act was of great concern for innovation patentees and their legal ...
In a widely-watched case, Australia’s Full Federal Court has handed down its decision in H Lundbeck v. Alphapharm. Catherine McGill, Christina Taylor and Kim O’Connell explain the significance of the ...
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