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27 May : Finding harmony between ‘commonplace’ and copyright: A sound legal approach to borrowing in popular music

Finding harmony between ‘commonplace’ and copyright: A sound legal approach to borrowing in popular music

DATE: Thursday, 27 May 2021
TIME: 3.45 pm        AEST (ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS and VIC)
3.15 pm              South Australia
1.45 pm       Western Australia
ACCESS: Presentation by Webinar via Zoom (link to be shared with registrants)

(Registered members will receive details by email prior to the event enabling access to the webinar)
If you do not receive details by Wednesday COB prior, please contact IPSANZ by phone 61 3 9761 2833 and email ipsanz@ipsanz.com.au to ensure receipt)

TOPIC:

Finding harmony between ‘commonplace’ and copyright: A sound legal approach to borrowing in popular music

 SPEAKER:

Chelsea Wong, Solicitor, Dentons Kensington Swan.

Chelsea is a musician and IP lawyer, currently based in Wellington. She holds BMus (musicology and violin) and LLB(Hons) degrees from the University of Auckland, and previously managed music education projects at Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.

Drawing on both her music and legal knowledge for this seminar, Chelsea will discuss recent US high profile cases including Skidmore v Led Zeppelin and Gray v Katy Perry, the common challenges encountered by courts in music copyright cases, and why New Zealand’s own Eight Mile Style, LLC v New Zealand National Party (the ‘Eminem’ case) is a hit worth listening to. The original paper of the same title, co-authored by Chelsea Wong and Thomas Huthwaite (Senior Associate, AJ Park), was the Third Prize winner of the 2020 John Emmerson QC Prize

COST:

FREE for IPSANZ Members
$50.00 Australian Non-Members (Incl. $4.55 GST)
A$46.50 International Non-Members (excl. GST)
CPD:

RSVP:

1 CPD point – Substantive Law

Friday, 21 May 2021

 

In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19, event are being offered by way of webinar.  This option will still allow members to ‘attend’ the session online and obtain the relevant CPD point.

Registration for the webinar remains open to members and all registrants are able to access the webinar online at a place of their convenience.  Details to access the webinar will be sent to registrants prior to the commencement of the session.

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