September 13th, 2017

2017 ANZSLA Conference - Are you match ready? Key developments and emerging issues in sports law

Don’t miss this year’s Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA) Annual Conference to be held at the Shangri La Hotel, Sydney from 18 to 20 October.

To view the full conference & social programmes and for registration, please go to the ANZSLA website:

https://anzsla.com/content/annual-conference.

September 13th, 2017

"The Australian Copyright Council, along with the Copyright Society of Australia, are delighted to announce the 18th Biennial Copyright Law and Practice Symposium will be held at Lendlease Darling Quarter Theatre on October 12 & 13, 2017.
Leading speakers from industry, members of the judiciary, legal practitioners, policy-makers, and academics will be engaging with new and pressing challenges in the copyright space

This year’s event offers an unmissable opportunity to hear some enriching insights and connect with a variety of industry professionals

New speakers include:

- Patricia Karvelas, Presenter, ABC Radio National
- The Hon Justice Andrew Greenwood, Federal Court of Australia
- Raani Costelloe, Legal Director, Yahoo7
- Robert Leslie Malezer, Chairperson, Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (FAIRA)
- Leonie Holloway, Chief Economist, Bureau of Communications & Arts Research
- Professor Henry Ergas AO, Freelance Columnist, The Australian

Topics such as -
• The (Im)possibility of reconciling Indigenous and Western ‘Intellectual Property’ laws
• The transformative doctrine of fair use
• Copyright enforcement: The new frontier
&
• Politics, Policy and Copyright"

See link for full program and registration details:

http://www.copyright.org.au

 

September 1st, 2017

A big, big thanks to our CAMLA Cup sponsors!

 

ABC

Addisons

Allens

Ashurst

Ausfilm

Banki Haddock Fiora

Bird & Bird

Clayton Utz

Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Free TV

Gilbert + Tobin

Gillian Clyde

Holding Redlich

IICA

Marque

MinterEllison

MTV/Viacom

Norton Rose Fulbright

SBS

UNSW

Webb Henderson

August 16th, 2017

The International Institute of Communications (IIC) annual conference will be held on 11-12 October in Brussels. 

"This year we will be in Brussels, the heart of the European Union. This is a particularly important time of change globally, but particularly in the European Union with a thrust towards a digital single market and developments within the structure of the Union as a whole.  Our mandate to facilitate free thinking in the digital market place starts right here and we look forward to stimulating discussions at a global level."

Register here: http://www.iicom.org/events/annual-conference/item/annual-conference-2017

August 3rd, 2017

 

 

 

August 2nd, 2017

Message from the Arts Law Centre of Australia:

Laugh Your Arts Off - Friday 11th August

"Laugh Your Arts Off is back bigger and better in 2017, featuring a variety of comedy acts who will take the stage to dazzle you with their wit, charm and funnies!

Join us in a night of rambunctious laughs, and support Arts Law while you’re at it! All ticket proceeds go to Arts Law so they can continue supporting the Australian creative community.
Bring your mates, dates, partners and co-workers down to the Giant Dwarf for some comedy gold.

Featuring:
AARON CHEN | JENNIFER WONG | LUKE JOSEPH RYAN | PAIGE HALLY | FRAN MIDDLETON | SONGTOURAGE | SUREN JAYEMANNE & more acts to be announced!
• Early Bird tickets $25 (July)
• Doors at 7pm for an 8pm start
• Purchase tickets via the Giant Dwarf:
https://giantdwarf.com.au/events/laugh-your-arts-off-2017/

Hearts for Arts Law is the fundraising committee for the Arts Law Centre. Arts Law is an independent national community legal centre that services the arts community in Australia. It provides free or low cost specialised legal advice, education and resources to Australian artists and arts organisations across all art forms.

Giant Dwarf is a licensed venue. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian."

August 2nd, 2017

Ashurst have kindly made a video available of the International electronic marketing: enforcement and consent seminar:

https://ashurst.kulu.net/view/W0bE5t5WfSe

In an interconnected world, many companies need to think globally when they design their electronic marketing and underpinning consent systems. This seminar was a rare opportunity to hear directly from two key regulators about the pivotal issues of enforcement and consent.

...

Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, and Jeremy Fenton, Executive Manager for the Unsolicited Communications Branch of the ACMA provided insights about their respective regimes.
Andreas Mauroschat from Ashurst's German privacy practice provided brief EU insights.


July 4th, 2017

CAMLA's annual trivia night will be held on Thursday 31st August at the Bavarian Bier Cafe, York Street, Sydney. Register your early interest by emailing camla@tpg.com.au. Tickets will go on sale in the near future.

July 4th, 2017

CAMLA YOUNG LAWYERS CPD SEMINAR
PRACTICAL DEFAMATION LAW
FRIDAY 28th JULY 2017


Join us for the inaugural CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee CPD Seminar.

Panelists will provide a practical insight into defamation law, including discussing the
general framework of defamation law, and how to approach pre-publication advice and
defamation litigation.

When Friday 28th July 2017
7.30am registration and light breakfast
7.45am – 9.00am panel and questions
Where MinterEllison – Lvl 40 Governor Macquarie Tower 1 Farrer Place Sydney
Tickets Members $15.00 (including GST)
Non-Members $20.00 (including GST)
Book here

Panelists 
Clarissa Amato
, Barrister, Banco Chambers
Theo Dorizac, Senior Legal Counsel, Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)
Katherine Giles, Senior Associate, MinterEllison

CPD Units One (1)

May 16th, 2017

CAMLA/IIC seminar - International electronic marketing: enforcement and consent

Thursday 18th May
6:00 pm start with canapes and drinks to follow

Ashurst, Ballroom, Level 9, 5 Martin Place, Sydney

$40 (incl GST) for CAMLA/IICA members
$50 (incl GST) or non- members

In an interconnected world, many companies need to think globally when they design their electronic marketing and underpinning consent systems. This seminar is a rare opportunity to hear directly from two key regulators about the pivotal issues of enforcement and consent.

Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, and Jeremy Fenton, Executive Manager for the Unsolicited Communications Branch of the ACMA will each provide insights about their respective regimes. Andreas Mauroschat from Ashurst's German privacy practice will provide brief EU insights.
 

Register here: www.camla.org.au/seminars
or contact camla@tpg.com.au if you would like any further information