King & Wood Mallesons releases its Review of Australia’s Patent Cases For 2011

In what was a busy year for patent law in Australia, 2011 saw the Full Federal Court overturning an interlocutory injunction in the much publicised Apple v Samsung saga (relating to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1) while the Federal Court was busy handing down a number of other important decisions on infringement – including authorisation and indirect infringement, and invalidity – with significant developments in novelty and ‘whole of contents’ documents, as well as fair basis.

King & Wood Mallesons’ Review of Australia’s Patent Cases For 2011 provides you with an accurate, practical and easy to read summary of all of these cases and more!

For a copy of our review, click here.  Happy reading!

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James Ellsmore
James is a senior associate with King & Wood Mallesons' Intellectual Property team in Sydney. James assists clients to resolve intellectual property disputes, with a particular focus on patents, pharmaceuticals and the life sciences. He has acted for a variety of clients in matters concerning patent infringement and revocation proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia, patent opposition proceedings before the Commissioner of Patents, and matters arising from patent licence and technology agreements. James also has experience in the preparation of commercial, R&D and IP agreements for leading universities, research organisations and pharmaceutical companies. He also advises clients on regulatory issues affecting clients in the industrials, consumer and health sectors.
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