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How the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry affects your business
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Australia
6 Sep 2019
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Esports – is it a sport, a business or both? We look at the legal issues circling this new, weird millennial thing called esports
Esports is competitive video gaming, a global industry that is tipped to have a market value of over $1 billion by 2020.
Australia
17 Sep 2018
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Stopping the fake indigenous art flood – when does cultural appropriation become theft?
Protecting indigenous art is a complex issue, and the first step should be to understand what we really want to protect.
Australia
18 Feb 2017
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What you need to know about advertising and the Olympics
You should not infer Olympic endorsement or use the Olympic brand in advertising unless you have the AOC's permission.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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You stole my look and now it's Cotton On like donkey kong
US-based Elektra Gorski commenced proceedings against COG in Australia, alleging copyright and trade mark infringement.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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May the 4th be with you! IP protection from a galaxy far, far away
If you were thinking of using the Star Wars theme (or anything related to Star Wars), in your business, think carefully.
Australia
9 May 2016
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Media law lessons from Donald Trump's fake dead cousin
Someone unknown breached copyright and printed an obituary in which it defamed Donald Trump as a Presidential candidate.
Australia
12 Feb 2016
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The King and his (tattoo artist's) copyright
No Australian court has determined if copyright is in a tattoo, but a US judge opined that the artist had a strong case.
Australia
8 Feb 2016
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Fashion Law Handbook
This handbook is designed to help unwary designers avoid potential legal issues involving IP, contracts and social media.
Australia
21 Jan 2016
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Food Fight! Is there copyright in a cooking show?
Channel Seven, producer of My Kitchen Rules, is suing Channel Nine, producer of Hotplate, for copyright infringement.
Australia
12 Aug 2015
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"I am, you are, we are Australian".
The Government used the song at citizenship ceremonies so the Copyright Tribunal fixed a price for the use of the work.
Australia
26 Mar 2015
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Online copyright infringement The Government puts on its serious face
The ongoing fight over online piracy in Australia stepped up a notch this week.
Australia
14 Dec 2014
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Redfoo embroiled in Vine rip-off scandal; Literally We Can’t believe our ears
Juliet's Vine is potentially a literary work protected by copyright, and therefore cannot be reproduced without consent.
Australia
25 Nov 2014
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Punishing IP infringers when stern words just won't do the job
If someone else has had to pay substantial dollars for IP infringement, then hopefully the rest of us will think twice.
Australia
11 Sep 2014
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Cool bikini, hot price tag: City Beach stung big time for ripping Seafolly designs
After a 2 year battle, Seafolly successfully sued City Beach for infringing a substantial part of its fabric designs.
Australia
17 Jul 2014
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Spotify and Ministry of Sound settle copyright infringement claim in UK
If Ministry of Sound had a crack at Spotify here in Australia, they could have forced Spotify to delete the playlists.
Australia
12 Mar 2014
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Lara in a bingle over swimsuit copying claims
US designer claims Bingle's one piece neoprene (wet suit material) swimsuit is a shameless copy of Fernandez's designs.
Australia
26 Feb 2014
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Bound 2 have a big pay day? Kanye faces another copyright battle
Kanye is being sued for copyright infringement in respect of his recent hit "Bound 2".
Australia
21 Jan 2014
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Seeing double denim: copyright infringement in New Zealand
The NZ High Court is getting fashion conscious, ruling for G-Star in a copyright infringement claim against Jeanswest.
Australia
13 Dec 2013
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Lady Gaga’s meat dress and the art of registering a design in the fashion industry
Only a registered design will give you enforceable rights to commercially use, licence, sell or protect your design.
Australia
7 Nov 2013
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