Your Australian patent application has been opposed – what next?
Australia’s pre‑grant opposition proceedings are playing a more significant role in the strategies of patentees and challengers. So what should a patent owner do when faced with an opposition in Australia?
Derek Baigent, Griffith Hack team recognised in The Legal 500 rankings for 2022
Griffith Hack principal Derek Baigent has been recognised as one of Australia’s leaders in intellectual property in The Legal 500 Asia-Pacific guide for 2022.
Ben Dziekan wins IPTA’s prestigious Edward Waters Prize for 2021
Melbourne-based patent attorney Ben Dziekan has been named co-winner of the Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia’s prestigious Edwards Waters Prize for 2021.
The CleanTech Industry in Victoria and Australia: Download our report
Insights on the funding that sectors including renewable energy, recycling, biofuels and green chemistry receive in Victoria and Australia.
Why are embryonic stem cells not able to be patented in Australia?
Despite not being specifically excluded under s18 of the Australian Patents Act, technology utilising embryonic stem cells is not able to be patented in Australia. Why is this so?
Recent progress in psychedelic therapies
With increasing awareness of the prevalence of mental ill-health in society, we analyse promising psychedelic therapies that have not yet entered mainstream.