IP in the Mining Industry
Recent implementation of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Resources (Environment) Regulations 2012 (WA) requires companies to reveal trade secrets about the chemicals being inserted into wells.
These Regulations are a salient reminder that mining companies need to be aware of their Intellectual Property and take appropriate steps to protect it.
Companies in the Mining Industry sometimes overlook the valuable assets they have in their Intellectual Property.
Trade Marks, data, confidential information, know how, designs and patents all help to create points of distinction for a mining company to help make extra profit.
On this day, Intellectual Property specialist lawyers, Partner Tim O’Callaghan and Associate Tania Kowalczuk of Australian law firm, Piper Alderman, will discuss IP in the mining industry and the steps every company should take to identify, manage and protect it.
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