Advice On How To Protect Your Intellectual Property

by LitFunder on December 11, 2013

So you have composed that perfect song, invented that must-have kitchen tool or perhaps designed a new software programme. Of course you want to profit from these creations of your mind and intellect. However, protection of your intellectual property is no easy business. Indeed, it is a minefield of complex laws and practices. In today’s […]


Software patent-eligibility under Australian law

by Wadeson IP on October 15, 2013

Recent dicta clarify the patent-eligibility of software, and broaden the range of software that may be considered patentable, under Australian law. Australian law has long required an “artificially created state of affairs which is of utility in practical affairs and whose significance thus is economic” for an alleged invention to be patentable. Case law has […]