On 11th June, Wolters Kluwer editor Rufina Cheung will provide an update on the latest developments in Australian copyrightand online piracy. Rufina will discuss:
- the two recent Dallas Buyers Club cases where the court helped copyright owners identify BitTorrent downloaders: Dallas Buyers Club LLC v iiNet Limited  FCA 317, and the follow up case, Dallas Buyers Club LLC v iiNet Limited (No 3)  FCA 422
- the online piracy code, and
- the website blocking bill.
Cost Free to members, $10 for non-members
RSVP At EventBrite by C.O.B, 9th June 2015.
Where and When: 1-2:30pm, 11 June at Level 5, Law Courts Building, 184 Phillip St, Queens Square Sydney
Recording An audio recording of this session will be made available to ALLA members.
Rufina Cheung edits and writes for Wolters Kluwer, CCH’s Australian Industrial & Intellectual Property and Australian Contract Law Reporter. Rufina has worked in the NSW Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (criminal law), NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office (administrative law) and NSW Attorney General’s Department (Legislation and Policy Division).