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Intellectual Property Considerations for Architects and Planners: AJP1604

AJ Park - Laura Hollingsworth & Jessica Tye
Formal CPD
2 Hours - FORMAL
Duration: 01:00:23
This course provides an excellent overview if the issues around Intellectual Property.
Presented by Associates within the specialist IP legal firm AJ Park, the talk covers what IP is, and is not. Jessica and Laura discuss the types of Intellectual Property (IP), covering such areas as Registered Designs, Patents, Trademarks and Copyright.
The presenters illustrate the discussion with excellent case studies from the building design industry.
All of these areas have the potential at some stage to impact you and your business, so this course is strongly recommended for all architects & planners.
  • Understand about the various types of Intellectual Property (IP)
  • Gain an appreciation as to how Copyright affects your practice and how this can be protected
  • Develop an appreciation as to how the laws around IP affect your client relationship
  • Have a clear understanding as to the importance of written agreements with regard to IP, especially Copyright.
  • Understand the issue of Moral Rights and how together with Copyright, these survive the lifetime of the author.
Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA


    An international, gold standard provider of intellectual property (IP) strategy, services and advice, AJ Park is one of Australasia's leading full service IP law firms. We have one of the largest, most experienced teams of intellectual property experts in the region.

    For 125 years, we've helped companies and individuals identify, develop, protect, commercialise, manage, and enforce their IP rights in Australasia and throughout the world.

    AJ Park acts for a wide range of clients, from solo inventors, entrepreneurs, and SMEs to government institutions, multinationals and major listed companies. We are proud to represent a large number of innovative and iconic companies in Australasia, as well as almost half of the global Fortune 500.

    Jessica Tye, Associate, AJ Park

    Jessica specialises in the protection and enforcement of trade marks and related intellectual property rights. She provides expert advice on trade mark strategy, availability, prosecution, enforcement and dispute resolution, and contentious trade mark issues including oppositions, revocation and infringement. Jessica works with clients across a wide range of industries, including natural and therapeutic products, health, life sciences, and fast-moving consumer goods.

    Laura Hollingsworth, Associate, AJ Park

    Laura specialises in intellectual property rights for industrial designs and mechanical and manufacturing innovations. Her work involves conducting patent novelty searches, advising on patentability, preparing, filing and prosecuting patent applications, freedom-to-operate and infringement assessments, design searches and advising on design registration, filing and prosecuting design registrations, and advising on patent and design filing strategies. Laura has experience working across a range of technologies for a wide range of clients, including universities, research institutes, SMEs, start-ups, and individuals.