How do I enforce my intellectual property rights in Australia?
Enforcing intellectual property (IP) rights involves a combination of legal and proactive measures. First, ensure your IP (whether it's a trademark, patent, design, or copyright) is properly registered with IP Australia. In case of infringement, begin with a cease and desist letter detailing the violation and seeking rectification. If amicable resolution fails, consider mediation or arbitration. Legal action, though time-consuming, might be the final resort. IP enforcement can involve complexities depending on the nature of the IP and infringement, making consultation with our specialised IP lawyers invaluable.
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