IP Australia, with its partner Agile Digital, has won three awards for Smart Trade Mark
IP Australia’s latest initiative, the Intellectual Property Data Platform, enables researchers and policy makers to investigate and interrogate data in a powerful cloud-based analytical environment to make decisions and to create economic and policy insights involving IP rights, trade and innovation.
We’re pleased to release the seventh edition of the Australian Intellectual Property (IP) Report, now with enhanced data visualisations.
Consultation has now closed on the exposure draft of the Trade Marks Amendment (Division of International Registrations and Other Measures) Regulations 2019.
New regulations that will simplify the filing of translations of patent documents will come into effect on 25 September 2019, following the registration of the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (PCT Translations and Other Measures) Regulations 2019 (“the Regulations”) on the Federal Register of Legislation on 25 March 2019.
IP Australia has identified updates to the a number of non-legislative instruments first published on 23 January 2019.
We are currently seeking your feedback on which policy issues should be future priorities for changes to the IP rights system.
IP Australia has responded to submissions to our recent consultation on the exposure draft of the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Productivity Commission Response Part 2 and Other Measures) Regulations 2018.