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Did we get it right? The upcoming copyright law reforms explored
September 11 @ 17:30 - 20:00$30 - $80
The Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017 has started coming into effect and includes significant changes to statutory licences, copyright exceptions and copyright duration. Experts presenting in both Sydney and Canberra will explore the implications of the changes for business, education and public access.
An event in Canberra and Sydney at the offices of Maddocks.
Angel Place | 123 Pitt Street | Sydney New South Wales 2000
Level 1, Maddocks Building, 40 Macquarie Street | Barton | Canberra ACT 2600
17:30: Event Registration and Refreshments
18:00: Presentation Commences
19:30: Presentation Concludes
Sydney Partner in Charge & Sector Leader Technology, Maddocks
Brendan is the Partner in Charge of Maddocks’ Sydney office and leads Maddocks’ Technology Sector. His practice focuses on technology, telecommunications and intellectual property. He advises a wide range of clients on the protection of their intangible assets and the commercialisation and enforcement of their intellectual property rights.
Policy Director, Copyright Agency Limited
Libby is Policy Director at Copyright Agency, a copyright management organisation for writers, artists and publishers. It is appointed by the Australian government to manage statutory licences for the education and government sectors, and to manage the artists’ resale royalty scheme. It also manages licensing arrangements for its members for the commercial and other sectors.
Assistant Director, Content and Copyright Branch, Department of Communications and the Arts
Emma Shadbolt has over 10 years’ experience in delivering legal policy reform within the public service.
Lecturer, ANU College of Law (formerly General Counsel, CSIRO)
Brett Walker is a lecturer at the ANU College of Law where he teaches intellectual property and technology law in the ANU’s postgraduate law programs. Prior to joining the ANU Brett was General Counsel at the CSIRO.
MCs: Anthony Willis, Partner, Maddocks & Adam Flynn, Senior Solicitor, Arts Law Centre of Australia