IP Update March 2014 Issue 23
Be careful what you say and do – or don’t do, as the case may be. Our Case Study on the TiVo contempt proceedings shows confusion and forgetfulness are not excuses for disobeying a court order. The Chemist Warehouse case illustrates how failure to comply with an advertising code may be a criminal offence.
What is patentable is a question exercising the highest courts. Our analysis of the Apotex case explains the Australian High Court’s ruling that methods of medical treatment are patentable. Our Practice Update reports on the latest computer-implemented invention case before the US Supreme Court.
We explore two new