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Australian Trade Mark Applications Scoreboard

Australian Trade Mark Applications Scoreboard 2010

Editor: Dr Paul H Jensen and Dr Gaétan de Rassenfosse
20011, 36 Pages, A4, A$25 per copy (including GST), ISBN 978-0-7340-4245-3

This publication provides an informative analysis of the trade marks landscape in Australia. It provides an overview of the number of trade mark applications in Australia (and whether these applications originate in Australia or overseas); trade mark applications by class; and trade mark applications filed by attorney firms. Trade mark applicants and attorneys as well as academics, students and policy makers will all find different parts of the data useful and fascinating.

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Australian Patent Applications Scoreboard

Australian Patent Applications Scoreboard 2008

Editor: Dr Paul H Jensen and Dr Alfons Palangkaraya
2008, 34 Pages, A4, A$25 per copy (including GST), ISSN 1832-1070

The Australian Patent Applications Scoreboard is a comprehensive collection of data about the number of patent applications made in Australia each year. It is a useful reference across a number of disciplines and industries.

As it contains a large amount of information about patent applications in an easily accessible form, the Scoreboard is a useful tool for enterprises that facilitate the commercialisation of research projects.

Other information contained in the Scoreboard includes tables showing:
- the number of patent applications filed in Australia each year;
- a breakdown of the technology areas in which applications are filed;
- the number of patent applications filed by individual patent attorney firms; and
- which patent attorney firms file the most patent applications in the various technology areas.

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