Published: 11 July 2017

When Warren Lucas discovered that a manufacturer in China was illegally copying his portable sawmills he decided to take action.

He took legal action in a Chinese court and won his case against manufacturer SSML for infringing on the patent owned by his family business, Lucas Mill.

Corporate, Patents
Published: 11 July 2017

When Tori Best tried to register the name and logo of her Melbourne-based dairy company in China, she found that someone else had got there first.

Someone else had already registered the name Farmer Brown’s Dairy Company as well as the company’s flying cow logo with the China Trade Mark Office, or CTMO.

Corporate, Trade marks
Published: 5 June 2017

Q&A with No-Rock Tables’ founder and inventor, Chris Heyring

Patents, Designs
Published: 5 June 2017

The Daily Edited’s co-founder, Alyce Tran, shares her insights

Trade marks, Designs
Published: 2 May 2017

Determined to show a risk-averse industry the potential of new microgel technology, Progel CEO and Director of Commercial Engagement at Uniquest, Cameron Turner, explains how his team developed a probiotic drink unlike any other.

Patents, Trade marks
Published: 21 April 2017

File for IP protection before launching a crowdfunding campaign and consider your global IP strategy like Byron Bay father-son duo Stuart and Cedar Anderson, inventors behind Australia’s most successful crowdfunding campaign to date, The Flow Hive.

Patents, Trade marks
Published: 21 April 2017

Failing to properly secure your brand in China can be a very expensive mistake, as the experience of computer giant Apple shows.

Trade marks
Published: 21 April 2017

Stormseal inventor and Managing Director, Matthew Lennox, has accelerated his idea for a product that provides huge relief for storm victims and their rescuers and insurers through government funding and securing intellectual property (IP) protection.

Corporate, Patents, Trade marks
Dr Sheila Donnelly
Published: 4 November 2016

When Dr Sheila Donnelly and her team at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) created a novel technology with commercial potential, they worked with the Technology Transfer Office to secure patent protection, and then used their IP position to gain a 1.25 million dollar investment.

Published: 12 October 2016

Nahida Bhuiyan has been an examiner in plant breeder’s rights (PBR) for nearly 10 years. In that time she has travelled the Canberra area, as well as to Melbourne, Tasmania, Waikerie, Brisbane, Portland, Gatton, MacKay and Sydney to examine growing trials for new plant varieties.

Plant breeder's rights