Key takeaways for researchers and start ups from our event with the Australia National University’s Technology Transfer Office.
In January 2016 we started a project to refine and re-design our customer correspondence. Now, as an extension to this work, we have reviewed our certificates for patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder’s rights with a view to provide consistency across all four product lines.
The Sydney-based conference showcased 23 clever young companies who pitched before an audience of investors, industry representatives and entrepreneurs.
We have completed consultation from interested parties about proposed changes to Australia’s IP legislation.
IP Australia is making a few changes to eServices in order to improve your customer experience.
We will simplify the designs and trade marks navigation by moving higher volume forms from “General eServices request” to a more prominent position under “General Designs Services”. You will be able to navigate through eServices and manage your IP rights portfolio with greater ease.
Here are the steps we’re taking over the next four years to deliver on our vision of creating a world leading intellectual property system building prosperity for Australia.
The Government has released its response to the Productivity Commission’s 2016 report on Australia’s IP arrangements (PC report). Many of the IP recommendations require amendments to the legislation that IP Australia is responsible for.
The Australian Government has published its response to the Productivity Commission’s final report on Australia’s Intellectual Property (IP) Arrangements.