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Communications Law Bulletin out now to CAMLA members

INCOMING to CAMLA members – the latest Communications Law Bulletin

Edited by Ashleigh Fehrenbach and Eli Fisher

Editorial Assistants: Dominic Keenan and Jessica Norgard


Privacy Act Changes Raise the Bar
Michael Park (Partner), Isabelle Guyot (Managing Associate), Gavin Smith (Partner), Valeska Bloch (Partner), Allens
comment on the recent changes to the Privacy Act, including the significant increase in penalties, that have just come into effect.

Serious Harm, Choice of Law and Federal Jurisdiction
Marlia Saunders (Partner) & Isabelle Gwinner (Graduate Lawyer), Thomson Geer
discuss the developments in defamation law since the serious harm threshold was introduced,
and the impact that this area of law reform is having on the jurisdiction of courts in Australia to hear certain defamation claims.

CAMLA President’s Report for 2022
By Rebecca Dunn, Partner, Gilbert + Tobin

Alexander (Sandy) Tamerlane Sinclair Dawson SC
A tribute by Lyndelle Barnett, Barrister, Level 22 Chambers

Reflections on Working With the Inimitable Sandy Dawson SC
Marina Olsen in conversation with Leanne Norman, Partners, Banki Haddock Fiora

Profile: Angela Heckman Senior Vice President, Streaming Distribution & Business Development at Paramount International
Angela sits down with Eli Fisher, co-editor, to discuss current trends in the global media industry, the future of content delivery and how the Australian market compares to other territories.

Event Report: The Inaugral CAMLA Oration Evening with Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC, Governor of New South Wales
By Calli Tsipidis (Legal Counsel, Foxtel Group) & Erin Mifsud (Lawyer, E-Safety Commissioner)

Select Aspects of Forum Shopping in Australian Defamation Litigation
Dr Michael Douglas comments on forum shopping in Australian defamation litigation and,
in particular, the interplay between the new concerns notice regime and Federal Court defamation hearings.

Event Report: UK Media Law Developments
By Anna Glen (Lawyer, ABC and CAMLA Young Lawyers representative)

Event Report: CAMLA Young Lawyers Whistleblower Protection 101 seminar
By Justin Kardi (Lawyer, Clayton Utz and CAMLA Young Lawyer representative)

CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee 2022 Chair report
By Calli Tsipidis (Legal Counsel, Foxtel Group)

Profile: Bruce Burke, Media Law Partner at Banki Haddock Fiora and recipient of the 2022 Press Freedom Award
By Eli Fisher (Senior Legal Counsel, Paramount and CLB co-editor)

What the NFT?
Luke Dale (Partner), Daniel Kiley (Partner) and Annabel Bramley (Law Graduate), HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, discuss a range of legal issues surrounding non-fungible tokens.

Event Report: “Media Law: Priorities for the New Government” A lunchtime seminar with The Hon. Michelle Rowland MP
By Belyndy Rowe (Senior Associate, Bird & Bird and CAMLA Young Lawyers representative)


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