Considers the potential framework of an Australian regime for registration of geographical indications (GIs) for certain foods. Examines the distinctions between Australia's trade mark system and a sui generis regime of GI, and key features of a potential "co-existence" model, including the application process, the lessons from the Australian wine GIs, and the enforcement mechanisms. Reflects on the practical implications of such a step.
|Journal||European Intellectual Property Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|