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Latest Case

Providing innovative procurement solutions for local government projects April 20, 2018

We advised City of Casey on the procurement process of the Bunjil Place Project. Bunjil Place is a $125 million civic and cultural precinct for the City of Casey, encompassing an 800-seat theatre and 200-seat … Continued

Latest News

Maddocks signs on for Luminance AI platform May 24, 2018

Thursday 24 May 2018 Maddocks has adopted an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to assist in streamlining due diligence processes. The firm has signed on to use the market-leading Luminance AI platform to provide due diligence … Continued

Latest Article

Strategic use of regulatory action policies: an example in the context of Freedom of Information May 23, 2018

Regulatory action policies (including strategies and statements issued by regulators) are a useful tool for regulators to signal the importance of a particular regulatory area to the regulated sector and to the public at large. … Continued

Intellectual Property Blog

  • Procure IT v3.2 on the way

    3 July 2017 As I mentioned in my earlier blog post, on 26 November 2015 it was announced in the NSW government’s Digital+2016 strategy paper that a new version of Procure IT was anticipated for release … Continued

  • Draft guidelines on disruption of access to online services by government agencies

    Under section 313 of the Telecommunications Act 1997, a carrier or carriage service provider (which includes an Internet Service Provider (ISP)) must:  do its best to prevent telecommunications networks or facilities from being used in … Continued

  • Copyright consultation closing shortly

    The Department of Communications and the Arts’ current consultation on ‘updating Australia’s copyright laws’ is closing shortly (12 February 2016). The consultation is considering the so-called ‘legitimate’ use of copyright material by libraries and educational … Continued

  • Dallas, dollars and damages

    We recently published a comprehensive article discussing the Federal Court’s latest Dallas Buyers Club decision. Earlier this year the Court agreed to compel six ISPs to release the names and IP addresses individuals who allegedly … Continued

  • Taking the right approach to ‘Copyleft’

    In today’s ever-changing technology landscape, leveraging open source software (OSS) can reap significant commercial benefits. The potential ramifications of the use of OSS, for both customers and suppliers/developers, are however commonly misunderstood. One of the … Continued