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With the development and prosperity of the cultural and entertainment industry, many well-known movies, animations, online games and other works are facing increasing intellectual property protection issues. How to ...
Leaving all the legal complications aside, in this article we seek to categorise the key questions that clients ask us about the general challenges that social media is creating in the workplace and we share our ...
Bird & Bird's media experts in Australia provide an essential guide to the huge amount of legal reform currently underway in the media sector . What reforms are currently in progress? What stage have they reached? And ...
Rebecca Currey and Jane Owen provide a brief overview of the latest developments in terms of patents relating to digital advertising platforms in Australia.
Bird & Bird's media team in Australia report on new changes to defamation law, anticipated to make it easier for the media to report on matters of public interest.
The Australian government has announced a review of Australia's classification legislation, opening a period of public consultation which invites members of the public to tender their submissions by 5pm on 19 February ...
Footballers (even very well paid ones) are much like employees of other large companies.
In our first APAC sports and media update back in April 2017 , we confidently predicted that the battle between broadcasters and those who infringe their rights through unauthorised streams or piracy was "about to ...
Troy Gurnett and Liam Maguire provide an update as to yesterday's judgment by the Federal Court of Australia, and its use of the 'website blocking power'.
Alban Kang and Pin-Ping Oh explain the key proposals and implications on the latest public consultation on the draft Singapore Copyright Bill which ends on 1 April 2021.