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GossIP is a brief summary of a few recent legal developments in the IP, Technology and Media space:

Welcome to our Newsletter, bringing you the latest in Intellectual Property, Technology and Media Law news.

 

As noted in the 2016 Victorian Supreme Court case of Google Inc v Trkulja [2016] VCSA 333 (at [13]), "Defamation is a difficult area of the law, even for experienced practitioners and for judges having familiarity with the law of defamation. The difficulty is magnified in the context of the interrelationship between defamation law and the internet."

You may have seen recent industry reports about the excessive time taken by Land Registry to register plans of subdivision in recent times (often in excess of 4 weeks).

Introducing Banking & Finance Disputes Monthly. For 2017, we are changing the format of insights delivered to you in the Banking and Finance Dispute Resolution space - from a quarterly publication to an easier to read monthly article on a particular case or other recent development. We hope you find the new format valuable - please do pass us on any feedback in this regard.

What is "bodily injury"?

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd v Casey [2017] NSWCA 32

As a consequence of the new Building Code 2016 coming into effect late last year1, there is now a live question as to whether many standard form contracts used in connection with Commonwealth funded construction projects require amending to include conclusive documented dispute resolution processes.

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