https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/abandoned.jpg 685 1030 Rachael Koelmeyer https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Rachael Koelmeyer2020-12-03 12:36:022020-12-03 15:40:03Revocation for Non-Use: Not for Busybodies
Revocation of a New Zealand trade mark for non-use can be a good tool in the right hands, but there are other options to consider first.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/nametag-scaled.jpg 1707 2560 Rachael Koelmeyer https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Rachael Koelmeyer2020-05-14 12:33:262020-05-14 12:33:28Can and Should an Incorrect Owner Name be Corrected by Assignment in New Zealand?
When a trade mark application is filed in the wrong name, this can be fatal to the application. We discuss whether and how this can be fixed in New Zealand.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/piggybank.jpg 679 1030 Blayne Peacock https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Blayne Peacock2020-05-06 00:00:002020-05-06 00:22:29An International Comparison of Government Funding for R&D and IP Costs
Governments around the world are encouraging R&D and IP investment. We discuss where these incentives are offered and how you can take advantage of them.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/soldier.jpg 579 1030 Blayne Peacock https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Blayne Peacock2020-05-05 23:05:482020-05-08 16:32:40Strange Bedfellows: Marrying Deep Tech with IP Strategy
For deep tech businesses, an agile development approach and an agile IP strategy can be the perfect bedfellows. We discuss how to make this work for you.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/manufacturing.jpg 687 1030 John Terry https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png John Terry2020-04-16 21:41:042020-04-20 15:07:11Driving Research & Development in a Downturn
In past recessions, businesses that invested in R&D thrived. During any downturn from COVID-19, businesses should resist cutting back on R&D.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/crisis.jpg 686 1030 Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team2020-04-10 11:27:002020-04-24 10:13:41A Place for Intellectual Property in Times of Crisis
In times of crisis, it is natural to focus on doing what you must to ensure day-today life is manageable. But eventually we will come out the other side, and you should have a plan in place for the new normal. Your IP rights should form part of that plan.
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/steps.jpg 1013 1800 Mathew Campbell https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Mathew Campbell2020-02-27 12:28:202020-03-02 12:56:02A Final Innovative Step: Australia Plans to Phase Out Innovation Patents (Update)
On 26 February 2020, the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Productivity Commission Response Part 2 and Other Measures) Act 2019 came into force in Australia. This begins the abolition of Australia's innovation patent system. Any innovation…
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/sky.jpg 687 1030 Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team2020-02-18 14:17:432020-02-19 10:44:45SKY v SKYKICK – Lessons from Europe
The recent case of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) Sky v SkyKick is being touted as one of the most important decisions for trade mark law out of Europe in the last couple of years. We discuss what all the fuss is about and what lessons can be learnt from this decision:
https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/brexit.jpg 1030 1545 Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team https://ellisterry.com/wp-content/uploads/Transparent-ET-1-300x82.png Ellis Terry Trade Marks Team2020-02-03 14:39:202020-04-17 15:42:42Intellectual Property in the Post-Brexit UK
The UK has left the EU. What does this mean for intellectual property