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Developing an app? Five things to know before signing a development agreement
These are 5 things to consider when negotiating terms and conditions with the software developer of your new project.
Australia
14 Oct 2019
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She is just not that into you – Ariana Grande seeks $10 million after snubbing Forever 21
Article discusses recent celebrity IP case and notes key considerations to keep in mind when using celebrity endorsements.
United States
24 Sep 2019
3
NSW Government Bulletin: Online access to development application plans
Accessing copyright material which is part of development applications is frustrating for those who want online access.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
4
New Year 2019 sees changes to the duration of copyright protection
Changes to the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) will simplify and standardise the duration of copyright protection in Australia.
Australia
17 Jan 2019
5
Changes to Australian copyright law to block offshore pirate websites take effect
Despite stakeholder criticism, the speed with which the Act was passed reflects the bipartisan political support.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
6
New Australian law to provide further protections for copyright owners to block offshore pirate websites
The rights of copyright holders to obtain FC injunctions to block offshore pirate websites are likely to be expanded soon.
Australia
27 Nov 2018
7
QWIK QITC Series: Dealing with intellectual property rights (IPR) in QITC contracts
In this edition, we consider the manner in which Government organisations deal with IPR in QITC contract documents.
Australia
23 Feb 2018
8
Queensland government bulletin - various areas of law - 12 December 2017
Article provides an update for various aspects of law including in media, in practice and courts, cases and legislation.
Australia
19 Dec 2017
9
Bill to extend the copyright safe harbour provisions introduced
The amendments are limited and safe harbour scheme protections may be available to only a restricted class of entities.
Australia
18 Dec 2017
10
Productivity Commission - final report into intellectual property: A Christmas gift for the communications industry?
The report makes a number of recommendations in relation to copyright, an important asset to the communications sector.
Australia
23 Apr 2017
11
Trade marks update: IP Australia announces new fees for trade mark registration
IP Australia has announced changes to its fees for the intellectual property rights that it administers.
Australia
4 Sep 2016
12
Is the personal image of a celebrity protected in Australia?
Media outlets and advertisers are under increasing scrutiny over the unauthorised use of the public image of celebrities.
Australia
6 Jul 2016
13
Build your dream home – only if you own the plans!
People unfamiliar with copyright rules have been the subject of considerable expense because of plans drawn for them.
Australia
6 Jun 2016
14
Going viral: five legal risks of using social media to advertise your business
This article explores five potential legal risks that can occur where a business uses social media for its advertising.
Australia
23 May 2016
15
Agreements with software developers
Do you own the computer software that you have paid to be developed by an independent computer specialist?
Australia
23 May 2016
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Copyright infringement of building plans leads Court to award $70,000 damages
The owner was awarded compensatory and additional damages for the copyright infringement of his home's building plans.
Australia
10 Mar 2016
17
Top 20 news articles of 2015
Certain issues proved particularly popular in 2015 and we take a look back at our top 20 most viewed articles from 2015.
Australia
 
21 Dec 2015
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Five things start-ups need to know about protecting intellectual property
Start-up businesses may avoid potential battles later on by considering these five intellectual property essentials.
Australia
19 Nov 2015
19
The clock that no longer goes tick tock… maintenance of public artworks
The Hornsby water-clock case raises interesting questions about public art maintenance obligations in the longer term.
Australia
26 Oct 2015
20
Dallas Buyers Club case: Federal Court pulls on the reins to stop speculative invoicing
Any applicants will now be subject to strict requirements as to what they can demand from alleged copyright infringers
Australia
28 Aug 2015
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