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Australia: Patent Succeeds A Second Time – Full Federal Court Rules Australian Mud Company's Patent Is Valid And Infringed - Davies Collison Cave

Mondaq Friday, 18 October 2019
A very small proportion of Australian patents are the subject of Federal Court judgments.
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