“For Sale: This Article”: an overview of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and IP

If you’ve spent any time on the internet over the past few months, chances are you’ll have seen a headline about the latest blockbuster sale of an NFT. Jack Dorsey (founder of Twitter) sells NFT of his first tweet for $2.9 million USD  Grimes (Canadian musician) releases NFT collection that sells out in 20 minutes read more...
Subjects: Technology


Modern monarchy and the media: Duchess of Sussex wins historic privacy case against the British tabloids

In another reminder that being a princess isn’t all it’s cracked up be (after binge-watching the latest season of The Crown), Meghan Markle (a.k.a. The Duchess of Sussex) was recently granted summary judgment in a privacy claim against Associated Newspapers Limited, over the publication of extracts from a hand-written letter to her father (see HRH read more...
Subjects: Copyright


Burger Case Bounces In-N-Out of Court in Meaty Appeal

Since our breakdown in March 2020 of Justice Katzmann’s ruling in the Federal Court in favour of American burger chain In-N-Out in its bitter trademark dispute with local Australian company Hashtag Burgers Pty Ltd of DOWN-N-OUT (now Plan B) notoriety, another round of this sizzling hot battle of the burgers has been fought before the Full read more...