Jones Tulloch is unique in Australia in that we provide a specialist pharmaceutical, agricultural and veterinary consultancy service for our clients in these fields.
We meet with our clients regularly to review research developments and identify protectable IP. We also assist our clients to protect and exploit their IP, as well as deal with the conflicting rights of other entities. Using patent rights as a key business tool is a central tenet of our practice.
We have experience in the selection, filing and registration of trade marks, both in Australia and other countries. Protection can range from your company name and logo, to brand names for each of your proposed products to be marketed.
The Brazilian Patent Office (BPO) has historically experienced some of the longest pendency times in the world, in some cases patent applications taking more than 15 years to grant. As compensation to patentees for delays by the BPO, if prosecution ...
Update – Responding to Australian Intellectual Property Office deadlines during the coronavirus pandemic
We previously reported (1) that the Australian Intellectual Property Office (IP Australia) has a streamlined process to provide free extensions of time of up to three months to assist applicants impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. This arrangement is set ...
The long running litigation of Mylan’s Lipidil™ (fenofibrate) patents has now finally come to a close. The High Court has refused a special leave application by Mylan Health Pty Ltd to appeal the Full Federal Court decision
Paul Jones is a registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney and has practiced in the IP field for well over 40 years. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Melbourne. Read more.
Debra is a registered Patent Attorney in Australia and New Zealand and a registered Australian Trade Marks Attorney. She has practiced in the IP field for over 25 years. She has a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in Biochemistry and a Master of Science in Molecular Biology. Read more.