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Copyright Innovation, Enforcement and Update

 November 21, 2017


Primus Hotel Sydney
339 Pitt St, Sydney


What’s a copyrighted work actually worth? The grim truth: not much if you’re not across the latest developments in the area. If you want to extract value from a copyright, enforce a copyright, or attack someone else’s claimed copyright, you have to understand how the Government’s Innovation Agenda affects copyright, how enforcement works in the digital age, the devilish details of software copyright, and the latest cases and tribunal decisions from Australia and around the world.

Chair: Donna Short, Partner, Henry Davis York; Recommended Commercial IP Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide 2017

Copyright Enforcement for Digital Works: Recent Developments
Presented by Angus Lang, Barrister, Tenth Floor Selborne/Wentworth Chambers; Leading Intellectual Property Junior Counsel, Doyle’s Guide 2017

Copyright in Software and Open Source Software
Presented by John Gray, Partner; Best Lawyers 2018, Intellectual Property Law; Leading Technology, Media & Telecommunications Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide 2016 and Eli Fisher, Senior Associate, HWL Ebsworth

Copyright and Innovation: What (Who) is Driving the Agenda?
Presented by Kate Haddock, Partner, Banki Haddock Fiora; Preeminent Copyright & Soft IP Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide 2017; Best Lawyers 2018, Intellectual Property Law

Key Cases and Developments in Copyright
Analyse the latest cases, trends and changes in copyright law that will have a significant impact on your practice, your clients or your business. Includes:
Presented by Michael Williams, Partner & Head of IP Group, Gilbert + Tobin; Preeminent Copyright & Soft IP Lawyer, Doyle’s Guide 2017

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