Trade mark infringement: a “Malishus” use in domain names

What if someone registers a domain name outside of Australia for their business, where the domain name corresponds to someone else’s registered trade mark in Australia?  Will this constitute an infringement even where the domain name in question is not specifically directed at Australia but is accessible in Australia? The recent decision in Lamont v Malishus & Ors (No 4) [2019] FCCA 3206 found that this can still be a trade mark infringement and, in fact, can be considered “Malishus”. read more...
Subjects: Trade marks

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Kick off! English Premier League kicks unauthorised live streaming as the UK High Court makes first “live” blocking order

Live streaming is a red-hot topic in the Australian IP sphere. In February this year, the streaming of Foxtel’s broadcast of the Mundine v Green fight kicked-off debate around sports rights, streaming and the role of social media as hosts. In the United Kingdom, the live streaming controversy extended beyond feisty Facebook comments when Arnold read more...
Subjects: Copyright | Social media

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