New Zealand Webinar Presentations

Details below for events scheduled 8 October


Traditional Knowledge, Cultural Expressions & IP: Indigenous Trade Marks & IP Australia’s Indigenous Knowledge Project

DATE: Thursday, 8 October 2020
TIME: 3.00 pm New Zealand   Presentation  

Note Daylight Savings Time Adjustment

1.00 pm        AEDT (ACT, NSW, TAS and VIC)
12.00 noon   Queensland
12.30 pm      South Australia
10.00 am      Western Australia

Concludes    2.00 pm AEST

ACCESS: Presentation by Webinar via Zoom (link to be shared with registrants)

(Registered members will receive details by email prior to the event enabling access to the webinar)
If you do not receive details by Wednesday COB please contact IPSANZ by phone 03 9761 2833 and email ipsanz@ipsanz.com.au to ensure receipt)


Traditional Knowledge, Cultural Expressions and Intellectual Property: Indigenous Trade Marks & IP Australia’s Indigenous Knowledge Project

Time will be made for questions and discussion.


Marion Heathcote, Principal, Davies Collison Cave
Marion Heathcote is a Principal of Davies Collison Cave specialising in trade mark and branding law. Marion has been a long-standing advocate for recognition of indigenous intellectual property rights, has completed the WIPO Advanced Course on Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions, was the chair of INTA’s Indigenous Rights Committee, and is currently the Vice Chair of INTA’s inaugural Brands for a Better Society Committee. On behalf of INTA she has also provided support to a number of WIPO education initiatives for indigenous peoples and local communities. Marion is also a member of the Marques IP Emerging Issues Team chairing their Indigenous People’s Rights sub team and was a co-editor of the JIPLP special issue on Indigenous intangible property rights.

Patrick Goulding, Solicitor, Terri Janke and Company Pty Ltd
Patrick Goulding is a Dharug Man from the Blue Mountains and solicitor with Terri Janke and Company, an Indigenous law firm specialising in Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP). Patrick has worked with organisations such as Universities and Traditional Owner Bodies to draft ICIP Protocols which provide a framework and practical guidance for engaging with Indigenous cultural knowledge and materials. He has recently drafted a report on trade marks containing Indigenous words, looking specifically at the consultation and consent processes undertaken by Applicants.

Amelia Irvine, Assistant Director, Trade Mark Examination, IP Australia
Amelia is a Canberra-based Assistant Director of Trade Mark Examination at IP Australia, managing a team of senior examiners, coaching examiners and new examiners in training. Amelia also sits as Assistant Director within IPA’s Trade Marks Indigenous Knowledge Subject Matter Expert Group, providing legislative guidance and practical customer and stakeholder support for the examination of trade mark applications containing traditional knowledge and/or traditional cultural expressions. Amelia has a particular interest in increasing the accessibility of the IP sector for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses. Prior to joining IP Australia, Amelia worked in the medical, environmental and music industries across Australia.


Stuart Green
Principal, Davies Collison Cave
$46.50 Non-Members (excludes GST)


1 CPD point – Substantive Law

Monday, 5 October 2020


In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19, events are being offered by way of webinar.  This option will still allow members to ‘attend’ the session online and obtain the relevant CPD point.

Registration for the webinar remains open to members and all registrants are able to access the webinar online at a place of their convenience.  Details to access the webinar will be sent to registrants prior to the commencement of the session.

This change in format is for many of us, a trial and we greatly appreciate your patience and continued support.

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08.10.20 Webinar Flyer


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