Australian Intellectual Property Journal (AIPJ)
Discourse on the interplay of intellectual property, markets and technology
About the Journal
The Australian Intellectual Property Journal examines important intellectual property law issues and developments within Australia and around the globe.
Articles cover the whole range of intellectual property law issues including copyright, trade marks, patent law, industrial design and unfair competition, as well as legal issues implicated in the new computing, telecommunications, multi-media, and internet technologies.
Each issue contains approximately three major articles, with the occasional publication of book reviews or case notes. Contributors are acknowledged experts in the fields of intellectual property and technology law.
Dr David Lindsay is an Associate Professor at Monash University, where he teaches copyright, intellectual property, cyberlaw and trusts. He is an expert in technology, copyright and privacy law and has written extensively on these topics, including his 2007 book, International Domain Name Law: ICANN and the UDRP (Hart, 2007). From 2007-2010 he was a co-author of the legal service, Lahore and Rothnie, Copyright and Designs (LexisNexis/Butterworths, 1996- ).
Since 2008 he has been a member of the Media and Communications Committee of the Law Council of Australia and in 2011-2012 was a member of the Copyright Council Expert Group. He is currently a board member of the Australian Privacy Foundation and a member of the expert Advisory Committee for the ALRC reference on Copyright and the Digital Economy.
His current research interests include digital copyright, privacy and social networking sites and intermediary liability.
Hon Mr Justice Gummow AC, High Court of Australia
Ann Dufty, Solicitor, Melbourne
David Llewelyn, Professor of IP Law, King’s College London; Professor (Practice), School of Law, Singapore Management University
Michael D Pendleton, Professor,School of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Emeritus Professor, Murdoch University, Perth
Warwick A Rothnie, Barrister
Hon Peter C Heerey AM QC, Barrister, Chairperson, Australian Electoral Commission
Dr Damian Slizys, Partner, F B Rice & Co, Melbourne
Dr Melissa DeZwart, Associate Professor, University of Adelaide
Janice Luck, Senior Lecturer, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
The consolidated table of authors and articles for this Journal is available here.
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The latest Part of AIPJ includes the following articles: “Understanding the “safe harbour”: The prohibition on engaging in legal practice and its application to patent and trade marks attorneys in Australia” – Francesca Bartlett and Robert Burrell; “Accessing and affording drugs despite the patent barrier: Compulsory licensing and like arrangements?” – Charles Lawson; and “The American shop rights doctrine and the inventions of Australian employees” – Robert F Considine.
With the forthcoming December 2013 Special Issue of JLM being dedicated to the topic of “regulating the use of human bodily material”, readers might be interested in two articles published in the October 2013 issue of AIPJ. Ella O’Sullivan’s article analyses the patentability of human embryonic stem cells under s 18(2) of the Patents Act ...more
The latest part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal publishes four interesting articles on a range of topics. The first article is by Ann L Monotti and examines the scope and meaning of the statutory tort for infringement of a patent by authorisation. The second article comes from Ella O’Sullivan who considers the current European and Australian positions regarding the patentability of human embryonic stem cells. The third article is by Belinda Huang who critically examines why Parliament failed to introduce an ethical exclusion against patentability in recent legislative changes. The final article comes from Dan Jerker B Svantesson and seeks to highlight how privacy is affected by, and affects, the application of copyright law in the context of online copyright piracy.
The closing date for entries to the Australian Intellectual Property Journal Essay Competition is fast approaching. Entries are due by 30 November, which is only 6 weeks away! If you are interested in submitting an essay of between 5,000 and 10,000 words on any topic related to intellectual property, you could win $1,000 cash and have your ...more
The last Part of Volume 23 of Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “Zombie marks? Ceased registrations, failed applications and citation objections under s 44 of the Trade Marks Act” – Michael Handler and Robert Burrell; “Opening up the Australian archives on colonial trade mark registrations” – Amanda Scardamaglia; and “Nintendo power: Innovation through collaboration and coercion in the video game industry” – David Kandestin.
Entries are now open for the 2013 Intellectual Property Law Graduate Essay Competition! Thomson Reuters and the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal are excited to announce that the prize will run again this year after receiving a range of fantastic contributions to the 2011 and 2012 competitions. Entries will undergo review by a judging panel that ...more
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal publishes the following material: “Appropriation in the name of art: Is a quotation exception the answer?” – Elizabeth Adeney; “Plain packaging and the TRIPS Agreement: A response to Professor Gervais” – Mark Davison; “Perez v Fernandez: Australia’s first decision on the moral right of integrity” – Jani McCutcheon; and “Defining intellectual property crime” – Michael Speck and Gregor Urbas.
Thomson Reuters and the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal, Dr David Lindsay, are pleased to announce that Ella O’Sullivan is the winner of the 2012 intellectual property law essay competition.
Zombie Marks? Ceased Registrations, Failed Applications and Citation Objections under s 44 of the Trade Marks Act
Forthcoming in the Australian Intellectual Property Journal: Zombie Marks? Ceased Registrations, Failed Applications and Citation Objections under s 44 of the Trade Marks Act
The January 2013 Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal publishes the following material: “Section 18 of the Designs Act 2003: The neglected copyright/design overlap provision” – Janice Luck; “Plain packaging and the TRIPS Agreement: A response to Professors Davison, Mitchell and Voon” – Daniel Gervais; and “‘Public rights’ in copyright: What makes up Australia’s public domain?” – Graham Greenleaf and Catherine Bond.