The Growth Project is an innovative program carefully bringing together charity leaders with business entrepreneurs to allow charities to better achieve their goals and maximise the positive impact they have on the world.
Silberstein & Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Silberstein as an Advisory Board member to the National Justice Project (NJP).
Silberstein and Associates (S&A) has been shortlisted for the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2020.
How has the current COVID-19 crisis impacted on operations of patent and trade mark offices around the world? Here’s a snapshot of recent information for Australia, United States, EUIPO, UKIPO and European patent office.
The Coronavirus Economic Response Package Omnibus Act 2020 (Cth) was assented to early last week on 24 March 2020, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Here is a quick comparison of the key features of the new temporary laws introduced against the current law regarding insolvency that have been put into place.
It takes 3-4 months for IP Australia to examine a trade mark application once it has been submitted. This involves an IP Australia examiner checking your application to make sure it contains all the correct information and meet legislative requirements.
It is likely that if you are a business owner, you will inevitably run into a dispute. In our experience the one common factor underlying every commercial dispute is that it was not expected nor was it budgeted for.
Each year approximately 20 pharmacy businesses are formally declared insolvent. Although this is a relatively small number, the impact on vulnerable communities, particularly regional centres, has the potential to be devastating.
Few people enter a new business venture thinking about the potential troubles which might lie before them. All too often the romantic idea of “going into partnership” does not live up to reality once commercial aspirations and ideology between the partners differ.
S&A Legal is representing an Australian fashion designer, Katie Perry, in Federal Court proceedings against the singer, Katy Perry, for alleged trade mark infringement.
This is a repost of an article by Haley Sousa, a resident of Mandelbaum House at USYD. Haley penned this blog after Rob’s recent lecture at their monthly formal dinner.
Failing to properly apply for registration of your design from the outset could very well result in not obtaining usefully enforceable rights. S&A’s Ben Parry explains why expert help is essential when considering registering a design application with IP Australia.
S&A Legal were recognised in the recent Lawyers Weekly national law firms as a boutique firm that is punching well above its weight in valuing and supporting the “wellness” of its team.
All too often our clients find themselves chasing third parties for unpaid invoices issued in relation to services rendered. Richard Ong explains why it is important to ask for help before the matter escalates and how your legal team can assist you to settle the dispute before it gets out of hand.
Have you ever bought prosciutto or camembert, brie, edam or gouda cheese? Australian producers of such foodstuffs may soon face significant disruption to their trade if the proposed Australia-European Union Free Trade Agreement (FTA) goes forward in its current form.
A full bench of the Federal Court of Australia has unanimously found in favour of protecting consumers from misleading or deceptive conduct…
A landmark decision by the High Court in Bell Lawyers Pty Ltd v Janet Pentelow & Anor  HCA 29 has held that the Chorley exception should not be recognised as part of the common law in Australia.