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How to become an Intellectual Property Lawyer

Intellectual Property law is now considered a “hot” practice group because of the speed at which the Internet and technology is advancing in the Information Age. In recent years, there has been much publicity about the unlawful copying and distribution of intellectual property on the Internet. It is very important for online businesses to protect […]


W3IP Law attend YP Gold Coast with Danny Maher

Danny, who has been named Australian CEO of the Year and sits at the helm of a booming business that services more than 115,000 organisations worldwide, is a champion for the Gold Coast’s evolution into an IT hub. Gold Coaster Danny Maher is at the forefront of one of the fastest growing business software companies […]


Applying for a Trade Mark Overseas

It is important to understand the complexities of registering a trade mark in foreign countries as businesses expand their operations overseas and brands globalise. In this article, we highlight some key points that every business owner should keep in mind when applying for an international trade mark using the Madrid Protocol system. Use the Madrid […]


When do you need a Confidentiality or Non-Disclosure Agreement?

When do you need a Confidentiality or Non-Disclosure Agreement? Parties will need to ensure that the confidential business information they will share will not be disclosed or misused, before they can enter into a commercial relationship. A confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is often the first step towards a commercial relationship. This type of […]


When is the right time to file a Trade Mark?

When to apply for a Trade Mark As a business owner, protecting your brand name and registering a trade mark is one of the most important steps in positioning your business for sustained success. Brand identity is fast becoming one of the most valuable assets for a business. A ‘brand’ is often associated with a […]


Terms and Conditions for Online Marketplace Agreements

An online marketplace can be operated through an app or e-commerce site where people can meet for the supply and purchase of products and services. This applies when you as the marketplace operator offer a marketplace in one convenient place for introducing sellers and buyers who use your website or app as a marketing service. […]


App Terms and Conditions of Use (‘App Terms’)

An app is a type of software for a mobile device and is primarily functionality driven. It runs on the device itself and is downloaded and installed, typically from an app marketplace such as the Apple App Store or Android’s Google Play Store. App Terms sets out the rights and obligations of the users of […]


Trade Mark Attorneys Australia

Is it time to file a trade mark for your brand name? We are a firm of registered Trade Mark Attorneys that provide expert intellectual property, trade mark attorney and technology law services. If you don’t protect your trade mark, your business can suffer a serious loss in value due to IP theft, loss of reputation, […]


Website Terms of Use and Privacy Policy – What is needed

Website Terms and Conditions of Use (‘Website Terms’)  A Website Terms will apply to every visitor on your website. A website runs on a browser and is information based with a primary objective of supplying content and information about a company or person, products or services or other target market. Your Website Terms set out […]


Inside Wire: Be Smart and Protect your Trade Marks

A Trade Mark is a valuable Business Asset Your brand name or image is your most valuable business asset. It is a critical and valuable asset irrespective of the size of your business. The identity of your goods and services is worth protecting. A registered trade mark gives you the exclusive legal right to use, […]