“Trade Mark News with Hayley Tarr” – Episode 3: From Gambling to Tobacco, and all things sinister

Hayley Tarr

In the third episode of “Trade Mark News with Hayley Tarr”, Hayley Tarr, Principal of Tarr Law, joins us with huge news from the Australian trade marks database: a honey pot for the lawyers involved in prosecution of and opposition to a certification trade mark for MANUKA HONEY, loopholes in the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act and other sneaky angles being exploited by the big players in the tobacco industry, and the brand MOFOs coming in to disrupt the Australian legal industry.

Hayley has a Bachelor of Science majoring in genetics, a Bachelor of laws with first class honours, and a Masters of Industrial Property Law. She is admitted as a patent and trade marks attorney, a solicitor in the state of Queensland, and an attorney in the state of New York, USA. Having worked for top tier firms such as Allens and Minter Ellison, and taught at Bond University, Hayley founded Tarr Law in January 2020. Tarr Law is a boutique intellectual property law firm, able to assist clients in all intellectual property matters including: trade marks, copyright, designs, domain names, patents, and IP disputes.
In addition to running Tarr Law, Hayley dedicates a great deal of time as a volunteer mediator for Bayside Community Legal Centre. Hayley is also a mentor for the Gold Coast Innovation Hub. In other community engagement initiatives, Hayley participated in the St Vinnies CEO Sleepout to raise money for the homeless in June 2022 and was a speaker and chair at Legalwise Seminars in October and November 2022. Everything Hayley does is for the sake of her two beautiful daughters. When she is not in the office, you’ll find her seeking out new and adventurous experiences with her girls. Please do not hesitate to reach out. Hayley would love to assist you with your intellectual property needs. Connect with Hayley via LinkedIn.