Wow, another week has passed already, and it’s time for a roundup! It’s also time to wish my beautiful niece a happy first birthday, so while you’re all enjoying this wonderful content from our attorneys, I’ll be enjoying a slice of cake!

  • NSW Government defers abolition of duties from Gadens Lawyers: Gadens’ Jon Denovan and Cameron Steele talk duty measures for New South Wales in this latest piece from Gadens Lawyers. 
     
  • Lawyers’ Use Of Internet To Influence Jurors from Epstein Becker & Green: EBG’s Bill Ruskin talks about how lawyers’ use of the internet can prejudice jurors, getting into the ethics that bind attorneys and recommending that trial counsel do their due diligence to prevent prejudicial information reaching jurors. 
     
  • A Big Red Bus – Copyright from Fogler Rubinoff: Colleen Spring Zimmerman delves into a recent decision by the English Patents Courts regarding copyright infringement of photographs of famous sites in London. This is a must read. 
     
  • WHAT IS COPYRIGHT ALL ABOUT? from Halsbury Chambers: A. Knowles-Rahming discusses copyright in the Bahamas, which is governed by the Copyright Act of 1998. 

Happy reading!