Legal Bulletins

Sharon is the General Editor of the reputable Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, the Internet Law Bulletin and the Privacy Law Bulletin, all published by LexisNexis. These bulletins are read by lawyers, in-house counsel, academics and student and government bodies around Australia.

Legal Bulletins - Sharon Givoni

For some 20 years the Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin has assisted lawyers maintain currency with the legal developments and reforms relating to important areas such as copyright, patents, trade marks, designs, licensing, trade secrets, the laws of passing off and plant breeders rights and data protection.

The bulletin covers topics as broad as commercialisation, trade marks, brand management, IP and enforcement and litigation, all copyright, design and patent matters, restraint of trade, merchandising and sponsorship, biotechnology, valuation of IP and taxation.

At all times, the practical implications for industry and commerce are considered, with particular reference to publishing, broadcasting, software and electronic storage and transmission of information and reproduction in numerous contexts.

The newsletter is at the cutting edge of this complex and dynamic area of law. It is essential reading for all in the field as it gathers current news, opinions and court decisions and proposed legislative developments and condenses this information to provide subscribers with an up to date information source.

Available in hard copy or PDF format, the Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin is a must have reference for all legal practitioners and consultants involved in intellectual property law.

To read recent issues of the Bulletins please click on the links below:

> Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin

To subscribe to the Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin simply call Customer Relations on 1800 772 772.

The internet continues to throw out challenges to law makers that cannot be ignored. Laws and regulations must be constantly reviewed and updated to cope with the rapid change in the online environment — in areas as diverse as copyright, defamation, privacy, trade practices and criminal law.

The Internet Law Bulletin includes articles, case reports and updates on new and proposed legislation. Both Australian and international developments are addressed.

Topics covered include:

  • copyright of literary, artistic, dramatic and musical works made available on the internet;
  • government reports and inquiries relating to the internet;
  • internet fraud;
  • regulations governing online advertising and marketing;
  • privacy and security;
  • internet taxation;
  • electronic signatures and contracts made online;
  • jurisdiction and e-litigation; and
  • Security and confidentiality issues.

Available in hard copy or PDF format, the Internet Law Bulletin is a must-have reference for all legal practitioners and consultants involved in internet law.

To read recent issues of the Bulletins please click on the links below:

> Internet Law Bulletin

To subscribe to the Internet Law Bulletin, simply call Customer Relations on:
1800 772 772, LexisNexis Butterworths or click here to view their website and products: global.lexisnexis.com/au

Privacy laws and policies can no longer be avoided. They increasingly affect almost everyone who deals with information about individuals in areas such as employment, banking and finance, the administration of government benefits, telecommunications, health care, marketing and the media.

The Bulletin features articles on topical privacy issues by experts in the field; reports on changes to legislation, guidelines and industry codes affecting privacy; and gives details of cases affecting privacy. Members of the editorial panel include The Honourable Michael Kirby and partners at Minter Ellison, Corrs and Gilbert and Tobin.

To read recent issues of the Bulletins please click on the links below:

> Privacy Law Bulletin