Well, it seems the 10th anniversary of IPwars has come and gone! Yes, the first IPwars blogpost (on the now defunct iBlog system) was back on 4 October 2004, inspired by Marty Schwimmer, Denise Howell, Evan Brown, Ernie the Attorney and others who were originally “Between Lawyers” but have since moved on to podcasting, video casting and other, bigger things.
In the meantime, my article on Trade Marks and Parallel Imports has been published in Volume 22 No. 1 of the Competition & Consumer Law Journal starting at p. 54. It is essentially an overview of the Federal Court’s case law on s 123(1) to date.
In the same issue of the CCLJ, you will also find articles by:
- David Brennan “Shifting shades of grey – International price discrimination and Australian copyright” law starting at p. 1; and
- Matthew Taylor and Arlen Duke “Refocussing the parallel import debate” starting at p. 54.
I am afraid the online versions of these papers are behind the LexisNexis paywall.
Happy anniversary! and thanks for stopping by, especially those of you who have left a comment.