How strong are our IP laws?
New Zealand's creative industries are potentially losing billions of dollars a year because the laws are not tight enough, according to one Australian IP expert. But two of NZ’s leading IP lawyers disagree.
What TPP could mean for NZ’s IP
With Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations tipped to be soon underway again, two pre-eminent NZ IP specialists discuss potential implications of the treaty on NZ’s intellectual property space.
Filing across the Tasman
The rugby field isn’t the only place of intense trans-Tasman competition: New Zealand firms are competing head-to-head with their Aussie counterparts when it comes to IP filing across the ditch, and vice versa. Hannah Norton reports
Legal job sharing on the rise
Job sharing could be the answer for mums working flexibly, a CEO says.
Two lawyers, one job
Two well-known New Zealand female partners discuss one way of keeping women in the workforce.
Exciting opportunities for firm’s new partner
The appointment of a patent and design law specialist to partner is one of seven promotions this month at one of New Zealand’s oldest IP firms.