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Moorgate Tobacco Co Ltd v Philip Morris Ltd (No 2) (1984) 156 CLR 414

This case considered the issue of confidential information and trademarks and whether or not an overseas company could prevent the registering of a trademark in a proposed new brand of cigarettes by an Australian company after discussions had taken place regarding the proposed new product.

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Moorgate Tobacco Co Ltd v Philip Morris Ltd (No 2) (1984) 156 CLR 414
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