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Month: February 2013

Australian Law Relating to Communal Indigenous Intellectual Property

Despite the breadth of Australia’s laws protecting intellectual property, there is a major fall short in affording substantial intellectual property rights to cultural groups, communities, traditional/indigenous owners, or manifestations of intellectual property that do not fit within the specified categories. The issue What about painting in dots and spots? What about the bold colours of … Read More

Going on the Offensive to Prepare for New Defence Export Controls

Defence Trade Controls Act 2012 – What should research institutions and high-technology companies be doing? Now is the time to act If the best defence is a good offence, then research institutions and high-technology companies should be auditing their activities and implementing compliance measures now to ensure they don’t run into difficulties with the new export … Read More

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