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Extending Ourselves: Are the Government‘s Proposals to Address Online Copyright Infringement Another Example of Australia’s Obsession with DIY? What will they mean in practice?

The Government has put forward three proposals to address online copyright infringement. Stakeholders have been asked to make submissions by 1 September. This seminar provides an opportunity to get away from the rhetoric and look at the proposals from a practical perspective.

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When

Sep 17, 2014
from 05:30 PM to 08:00 PM

Where

Gilbert + Tobin

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Join us to hear three leading copyright litigators discuss the proposals and examine how they might work in practice:

Proposal 1 – Extended Authorisation Liability: Miriam Stiel (Partner, Allens)

Proposal 2 – Extended Injunctive Relief: Michael Williams (Partner, Gilbert + Tobin)

Proposal 3 – Extended Safe Harbour Scheme: Cate Nagy (Partner, King & Wood Mallesons)

Chair: Siabon Seet (Partner, Gilbert + Tobin)

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