Carroll & O’Dea Presents on IP Law at the Primerus Conference in Monterey California
Published on October 15, 2014 by Patricia Monemvasitis and Kim Leontiev
Carroll and O’Dea Managing Partner, Howard Harrison, has recently returned from the 2014 Primerus Global Conference held over October 9 to 12 in Monterey California.
As part of the conference, a question and answer International Session was held during which Carroll and O’Dea provided information on key legal topics on Australian Law including:
Trademark/patent registration duration/process and whether your jurisdiction has signed worldwide treaty, licence agreement;
Company set up (process, specific requirements such as local director, registered address, minimum capital injection, etc.); and
Commercial contracts (arbitration, language, key terms, pitfalls).
In relation to the intellectual property law section, Carroll & O’Dea prepared and distributed an information brochure providing a summary of Australian Intellectual Property law matters in relation to some of the following:
(a) Worldwide Treaties
(b) Registration of Intellectual Property Rights in Australia
(c) Enforcement Intellectual Property Rights in Australia
(d) Intellectual Property Commercialisation
The brochure can be viewed here.