Federal Budget 2022: What’s in it to accelerate Australia’s innovation agenda?
We discuss the key measures in Australia’s 2022-23 federal budget that could help drive innovation, research commercialisation and business growth.
Kellie Stonier, Gavin Adkins recognised in Doyle’s Guide 2022
Griffith Hack has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide 2022 across multiple categories, with principals Kellie Stonier and Gavin Adkins receiving individual accolades.
Amanda Stark, Janelle Borham named Patent Stars for 2022 by Managing IP
Griffith Hack principals Amanda Stark and Janelle Borham have been named as Patent Stars in the IP STARS 2022 rankings by Managing IP.
Griffith Hack lawyers named in Best Lawyers Australia 2023 guide
Griffith Hack is proud to announce that three members of our Law team have been named in the Best Lawyers Australia guide for 2023.
Griffith Hack celebrates World IP Day 2022
World Intellectual Property Day is being celebrated across the globe today, with this year’s theme shining a spotlight on IP and youth and how we can innovate for a better future.
Griffith Hack attending INTA 2022 in Washington D.C.
Griffith Hack will be attending INTA 2022 in Washington D.C from 30 April – 4 May.
Reversal of fortune – Full Court decides that an artificial intelligence is not an “inventor”
Anthony Selleck reviews the decision in Commissioner of Patents v Thaler  FCAFC 62 which reverses an earlier ruling that artificial intelligence can be an “inventor” for the purposes of the Australian Patents Act 1990.
AI and Digital Capability Centre Grants: What you need to know before applying
Applications are now open for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Capability Centre Grants of up to $11 million. Here’s what you need to know before applying.
Changes to how influencers can promote therapeutic goods in Australia
The Therapeutic Goods Administration has set out new guidelines that govern how influencers can promote products on social media in return for payment or free products or services from brands.
The mother of all trade mark fights: Energy Beverages knocked out of the coffee arena
A series of trade marks disputes over coffee products provides important learnings for businesses looking to register trade marks for consumer goods and services.
.au domain name extension launches: what you need to know
From 24 March 2022 it will be possible to register domain names with .au as the extension.
Changes to Australian Registered Designs: what you need to know
Changes to Australia’s Designs Act 2003 came into effect in early March 2022 – so what do designers need to be aware of?
From idea to inception and beyond: Important learnings from female biotech founders
Female biotech founders took centre-stage at AusBiotech 2021 with the leaders of some of Australia’s most innovative start-ups coming together to discuss their experiences in the commercial scientific world.
Griffith Hack recognised in WTR 1000 rankings for 2022
Griffith Hack has been ranked in the Silver category for Trade Mark Prosecution and in Bronze for Enforcement and Litigation in the WTR 1000 rankings.
Saving grace: Options if you disclose your invention without a patent application
Publicly disclosing new technology before a patent application has been filed can jeopardise patent coverage – but there are options available to you in the event of disclosure.
Griffith Hack to take the stage at Melbourne Design Week 2022
Griffith Hack will be hosting two online events as part of Melbourne Design Week 2022.
Virus filtration patent gets clean bill of health
In a recent decision of the Australian Patent Office, a patent application directed to a membrane for filtering biological products was upheld following opposition.
Jacqui Thomas, Daniel Hsieh register as patent attorneys in Australia and New Zealand
Griffith Hack is pleased to announce that Jacqui Thomas and Daniel Hsieh are now registered patent attorneys in Australia and New Zealand.