Net censorship hearing at AAT

We are this week contesting a Final Link Deletion Notice that was issued to us by ACMA for content on the Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) website in May 2009. (See the story EFA posted at the time). Sublime IP, with EFA’s support, are arguing that: the...

Donation to FreeBSD Foundation

Sublime IP has today made a contribution to the work of the FreeBSD Foundation in support of its work with the FreeBSD operating system and community. FreeBSD is an advanced and secure operating system that powers many of the services Sublime IP delivers. The project...

New EUR account in Germany

Our banking details for Euro bank transfer payments made in Germany have changed. Payments should now be made to Deutsche Bank, Berlin (for payments previously sent to Postbank AG, Leipzig). The new bank account details (IBAN, etc) will appear on relevant invoices...

In-house trademark attorney

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Sullivan as a registered trademark attorney in Australia. Justin has provided trademark advice to firms in Japan, Germany and the USA. Sublime IP is particularly interested in providing Australian trademark...

New bank account for JPY payments

We now have a Japanese Yen (JPY) account specifically set up for client payments in Yen from outside of Japan. The new account details are presented on our Yen invoices. Payments made from within Japan can continue to be made to our existing account details at...

au domains can now be sold

In December 2007, the auDA Board approved a recommendation from the 2007 Names Policy Panel that the registrant transfers policy be relaxed to allow a registrant to transfer their domain name licence to another eligible entity, for any reason. These changes came into...