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Photographing your way through an Intellectual Property Minefield

Date: 14 Jan 2011, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Sports, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Privacy & Surveillance, Marketing & Advertising

We have put together some useful tips relevant to both professional and amateur photographers on your rights, and also some legal restrictions to keep...

Social Networking for Organisations

Date: 19 Mar 2010, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Divorce, Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, OHS, Workplace Privacy, Industrial Relations, Redundancy, Unfair Dismissal, IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Marketing & Advertising

Twitter, Myspace, Youtube and Facebook have all become household names and whether you like it or not, the employees in your organisation are participating...

Remain Vigilant – or Your Rights may be Crushed

Date: 03 Nov 2009, Filed under: IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Media Law

A recent Federal Court case highlights just how critical it is for parties to be absolutely vigilant about their intellectual property rights.The intellectual...

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Minister outlines new safeguards for emerging audio-visual content

Date: 14 Jun 2006, Filed under: Corporations Law, Trade & Customs, IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Media Law

Communication Minister, Senator Helen Coonan has said new safeguards will be put in place to protect consumers from inappropriate or harmful material on...

Radio surprised at Government copyright decision

Date: 16 May 2006, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Contract Drafting & Disputes, IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Media Law

The commercial radio industry has expressed surprise and concern at the Commonwealth Attorney-General's proposal to lift the statutory cap on broadcasting...

Cth - AG says major copyright reforms strike balance

Date: 15 May 2006, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications, Media Law, Dispute Resolution

Commonwealth Attorney-General, Philip Ruddock, announced 14/05/2006, significant copyright reforms which make our laws fairer for consumers and tougher...

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