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If you can’t beat them, block them. Section 115a strikes against piracy websites, this time for the music industry

Australia - May 4 2017 Last week in the Federal Court of Australia, over thirty internet service providers (ISPs) including TPG, Optus and Telstra were ordered to block...

Brett Shandler, Jessica Noakesmith.


If you can’t beat them, block them. Section 115A strikes against piracy websites, this time for the music industry

Australia - May 4 2017 If you can't beat them, block them. Section 115A strikes against piracy websites, this time for the music industry. Universal Music Australia Pty...

Brett Shandler, Jessica Noakesmith.


Is it the Real McCoy? Anti-counterfeiting, IP Rights and your Business

United Kingdom, OECD - April 11 2017 A recent report based on customs' seizures by The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) found that fake information and...

Jessica Noakesmith.


Myanmar: draft trade mark law progress

Myanmar - November 29 2016 Myanmar’s Draft Trade Mark Law is expected to be passed in 2017. This signals substantial changes to the current process which is based on common law...

Anjali Narendra, Melinda Upton.


No Thanksgiving Turkey for Campari

Australia - November 25 2016 It is common practice for businesses to engage in trade mark licence agreements as a means to facilitate building brand awareness. However, the High...

Anjali Narendra, Melinda Upton.