News

Published:
20 April 2017

Thank you to all who provided submissions to our recent consultation on the Exposure Draft Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Bill 2017 and Regul

Published:
20 April 2017

Anzac Day, 25 April, goes beyond the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It‘s the day on which we remember Australians who served and lost their lives in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.

Published:
26 April 2017

To celebrate, we focus on how innovation has improved people’s lives all over the world.

Published:
31 March 2017

On Thursday 23 March a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between IP Australia and the State Intellectual Property Office of the People’s Republic of China.

Blog

Published:
27 April 2017

We’re excited by the changes and improvements to IPGOD, and are continually looking for new ways to add value to the product and improve the end user’s experience.

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Published:
24 April 2017

Life in Beijing: Australia’s first IP counsellor to China shares his updates

Published:
24 April 2017

When you apply to register a trade mark, you must provide a description of the goods and/or services you use or intend to use your trade mark for. We've redeveloped our Choose Wise video series to help you better understand which goods or services to choose in your trade mark application.

Published:
21 April 2017

A common commercialisation vehicle is to license, not sell, an IP right via one or more licensing agreements. It means that you give permission for another party to use your IP on agreed terms and conditions. If you don’t have the resources or experience to develop and market your product or service, licensing can be an effective strategy.

Events

Monday 1st May at 12:00pm - Monday 1st May at 1:00pm

Trade marks for start-ups

Thursday 4th May at 11:30am - Thursday 4th May at 12:30pm

How IP can help your business

Tuesday 9th May at 12:30pm - Tuesday 9th May at 1:30pm

How IP can help your business

Wednesday 10th May at 11:00am - Wednesday 10th May at 12:00pm

 

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Case studies

The top three pieces of advice ex-Navy diver turned innovator Tim Lyons would give aspiring entrepreneurs on intellectual property (IP) would be: g

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It may feel like you’re traversing a minefield in cross country skis when you go to register your trade mark but it really shouldn’t be a difficult

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Design examiners are often the first point of contact for many of the most ingenious innovations originating in Australia.