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Why is two-up only played on Anzac Day?

Filed under: Entertainment

Why is two-up legal on Anzac Day in Australia?

Social Networking for Organisations

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, IT, Entertainment, Leisure, Media Law

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

Pirates Beware!

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, IT, Entertainment, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications, Media Law

While, for some time only a USA phenomenon, legal action concerning music and video piracy is beginning to take its place within the Australian courts,...

Social Networking for Organisations

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

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...

New Media Framework for Australia

Filed under: Entertainment, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Marketing & Advertising

Last month, the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, announced significant media reform.

Providing Indirect Access to Files May be an Infringement of Copyright

Filed under: IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications

A recent decision of the Federal Court is illustrative of the consequences for both owners and internet service providers of web sites which provide links...

Liability for Authorisation of Copyright Infringements: Metro on George

Filed under: Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property

Under Australian law, the exclusive rights of the copyright owner extend to the right to authorise people to do any of the acts 'comprised in the copyright'—such...

Where is the Office of Live Theatre Classification?

Filed under: IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Telecommunications

Notwithstanding the reasonableness of this query, it is a trick question - there is no Office of Live Theatre Classification. Nor is there anything that...

The NSW Civil Liability Act and Community Participation Events

Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Children, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Human Rights

Following the demise of HIH and the enactment of New South Wales's Civil Liability Act ("CLA") specialist insurance solicitors at Abbott Tout increasingly...

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