In our current series on Trade Mark law, we are discussing the process of trade mark infringement under Australian legislation – the Trade Mark Act 1997 (TMA) 823 more words
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In both Canada and the US, trade-marks must be consistently used in their original state in order to maintain their validity. In Canada, the Trade-Marks Office (“TMO”) only requires that a client certify that they are using the trade-mark in association with its wares and services in order to qualify for registration. 432 more words
American gaming publisher Wizards of the Coast has registered a trade mark in Australia for the term ‘Magic Origins’.
This comes a fortnight after the company… 222 more words
Last Wednesday, 26 February 2014, the UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law hosted the well-attended seminar ‘Trade Marks and Designs: the Designers’ Perspective’. After a short welcoming speech by Professor Robin Jacob, the floor was delivered to The Honourable Mr Justice Birss, who presented the topic and the afternoon speakers: Matthew Cockerill, Chris Griffin, Alexander Carter-Silk, Simon Malynicz and Attilla Kurdash. 1,347 more words
When starting a business, trade mark registration may not be the first thing on your mind. But, failing to protect your chosen brand or company name early enough could have huge implications for your business in the future. 458 more words
Wizards of the Coast, publisher of the popular trading card game Magic: The Gathering, has registered an Australian trade mark application for the term ‘Dragons Of Tarkir’. 339 more words