The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “Do Wrongs Make a (Copy)right? Illegal Works and Copyright Subsistence Under Australian Law” – Jordan Leahy and Jani McCutcheon; “If Value Then Right? Copyright and Works of Non-human Authorship” – Dilan Thampapillai; and “Limiting Access, Limited Blocking: Evidence and Practice in s 115A Injunctions” – Rob Nicholls. There is also an Editorial by Dianne Nicol and an Obituary for Vale Jim Lahore.
The latest Part for the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes three interesting articles on a range of issues relating to intellectual property. The first article, by Sarah Bellingham, analyses the constitutive aspects of the dramatic work, one of the four categories of Pt III subject matter in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). The second article comes from Andrew McRobert and traces the development of the Pub Squash rule in passing off and its later application to allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct. The final article, by Wellett Potter and Heather A Forrest, discusses musicological and legal perspectives on music borrowing. Not to be missed!