The intellectual proper-tea of teabags: Necessi-tea really is the mother of invention
Cat fight? Caterpillar bulldoze Puma in procat trade mark stoush
Aristocrat doesn’t make bank on its design: Aristocrat Technologies Australia Pty Limited  ADO 1
Australian Designs – Bill now passed
Dead or Alive: Statuses, Patent Expiries and Kind Codes – Part 3
WICKED v WICKED SISTER – Full Court confirms no statutory infringement by a party that has not used but has authorised use of a trade mark
Patent term extensions in Australia: Can a “first regulatory approval” less than 5 years after the patent filing date be ignored?
Australian Trade Marks Office Decision – BUTTERMITE v VEGEMITE – A Mitey Dispute
FemTech in Australia – What’s going on Down Under?
Australia’s intelligent approach to artificial intelligence inventions
Instructions not received – how hard should we follow up?
Brand Protection and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Dead or Alive: Statuses, Patent Expiries and Kind Codes – Part 2
Double patenting in New Zealand – you possibly didn’t need an oracle to see this one coming
Validity and infringement of diagnostic method claims
Shelston IP Highly Recommended by IAM Patent 1000
Crowdsourcing: How is intellectual property important?
New Principal and Senior Associate for Shelston IP
Congratulations Ean Blackwell and Kathy Mytton
Shelston IP again named finalist in Australian Law Awards 2021
Abolition of Australia’s innovation patent – 25 August 2021 is the magic date – here’s what you need to know…
Patent term extensions in Australia: Ono “first regulatory approval” decision overturned
Trade Mark Application Procedures under the New Republic of Nauru Trademarks Act 2019
Trade Marks and New Zealand Prime Ministers’ Nicknames – AUNTY HELEN and JACINDARELLA
シェルストンIP ― 特許と商標でティア・ワンにランク入り
Tier 1 firm Shelston IP has leading practitioners recognised by Managing Intellectual Property as IP Stars
Dead or Alive: Statuses, Patent Expiries and Kind Codes – Part 1
Descriptive trade marks – Registration is no guarantee of exclusive rights
Another round? Corner Hotel loses trade mark skirmish with Jazz Corner Hotel
Femtech: One small step for women, one giant leap for womankind
Femtech overview – the women’s health revolution
Australia’s New Patent Box: Unboxed
Shelston Lawyers listed in Doyle’s Guide
World IP Day 2021 – IP and SMEs make strange bedfellows – at least, in Australia
Australian Trade Marks Full Federal Court Decision – VAGISIL v VAGISAN
Trade Mark Protection in the South Pacific Region: Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and other Pacific Island Nations
COVID-19 update: the end of streamlined extensions for patents, trade marks and designs at IP Australia and what do from 1 April 2021 if you need an extension of time
New Zealand’s strict “use it or lose it” approach in partial revocation proceedings differs from Australia’s approach
TGA proposes far-reaching changes to support the repurposing of prescription medicines
Tales from the crypt: Digging around in patent class A62B33
Changes to .au domain name rules – implications for Australian trade mark owners
A bar to re-examination
Shelston IP Webinar: Being ready for patent litigation in Australia
Best Australian and New Zealand Trade Mark Cases 2020
Best Patent Cases 2020 Australia and New Zealand
Shelston IP ranked again WTR 1000
Sean McManis, Principal is also recognised.
Long-running patent dispute relating to Lundbeck’s Lexapro reaches High Court for a third time
COVID-19 update: Streamlined extensions of time available at IP Australia until 31 March 2021
Crown use defence to infringement and the effect of disclosure by the crown on validity
Pfizer preliminary discovery attempt on ERELZI fails
MSD blocked from raising public interest defence to injunction in Prevnar vaccine case
No stretch for BOTOX – use of trade marks in marketing not an infringement
“Urban Ale” Trade Mark Registration Cancelled for Descriptiveness
In-N-Out make mincemeat of Hashtag Burgers
COVID-19 update: IP Australia has extended its streamlined relief measures until 28 February 2021
Australian Government looks to bring defence export controls and patents into focus (again)
Season’s Greetings from Shelston IP
Looking for a patent database? Need a little Inspire-ation?
IP Australia’s COVID-19 extensions of time: a word of caution
Uncovering the covered – YouTube reinstates Frank Sinatra cover of 2004 hit “Toxic”
AI has now made it possible for one artist to sing a cover of another artist no human required!
Shelston IP Webinar: The Australian Registered Designs System
Pfizer suffers setback in ENBREL battle
A further update will be provided when the judgment is released in this case.