AusPat is IP Australia's comprehensive search system for information on Australian patents. AusPat has three search interfaces. This video provides an overview on how to conduct searches using the advanced search interface.
AusPat is IP Australia’s comprehensive search system for information on Australian patents. AusPat has three search interfaces. This video provides an overview on how to conduct searches using the structured interface.
The Australian Intellectual Property Report 2016
In this video we chat with Dr Francis Gurry, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) about the challenges facing the global IP system.
We focus on the three main registered rights as well as copyright. These are the common types of IP you’re likely to encounter as a small business owner. At a glance you’ll learn about patents, trade marks, designs and copyright.
We look at simple things you can do before you develop a new product, how small business people use IP to become big business people and the difference between an Attorney and an Examiner.
We weigh up the cost and benefits of protecting your IP. We also teach you a simple technique for knowing how much your IP is worth and explain the three types of costs for IP protection.
Gavin Lovie, IP Australia’s designs spokesperson, took the opportunity to address how the intellectual property system encourages innovation and offered insights into common problems with design applications.
Ben Mitra-Kahn, Chief Economist at IP Australia, answers the question - How did Australia go in the 2015 Global Innovation Index?
Former Boost Juice General Counsel and Company Secretary Amy Roy shares her experiences and talked with IP Australia about Boost Juice's international intellectual property strategy to protect its valuable brand. The economy may have changed since 2008, but Amy's practical tips still stand strong in today's market. In her presentation Amy discusses 'the importance of a trade mark strategy, types of trade marks, the process, what's involved, what you should do, what you really shouldn't do and