Australian Trade marks – register and forget right? Wrong!
IP IN DEPTH A trade mark, once registered, remains in force for 10 years from […]
Inventions ‘wholly offensive to the Australian public’
The Proposal The Australian Government recently proposed amendments to the Patents Act to introduce the following: […]
Too much information: Examples and case studies in patent applications
It is a rare occasion for the results disclosed in a patent application to be […]
Entitlement under “Raising the Bar” tested
The Federal Court of Australia recently had the opportunity to review an aspect of the […]
Fisher Adams Kelly launches new website
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website, fisheradamskelly.com.au.
Ten reasons to file for intellectual property protection in Australia
The Australian economy grew for 17 consecutive years before the global financial crisis.
Fisher Adams Kelly boosts senior team with two promotions
Fisher Adams Kelly is delighted to announce the recent promotions of Dr Declan McKeveney to Principal, and Fraser Smith to Associate.
The importance of the computer
The Federal Court of Australia recently handed down a long awaited decision considering the patentability…
Service in focus
Recent changes to the Patents and Trade Marks Acts in April 2013 involve changes in procedural matters…
They Don’t Really Own MY Genes, do they?
No, not yours or anyone else’s. A gene patent does not give the patentee ownership of a gene in your body.