Associate Professor Kimberlee Weatherall

BA LLB (Hons) (Sydney) BCL (Hons) (Oxf) LLM (Yale)

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Kimberlee Weatherall is an Associate Professor at the Sydney Law School. Prior to joining the School in 2012, Kimberlee held positions at the University of Queensland, the University of Melbourne and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia.

Kimberlee teaches and researches in intellectual property law, with a particular interest in digital copyright, the relationship between international trade and intellectual property, and the systems for administration and enforcement of intellectual property rights. She has published in a range of Australian and international journals, has been invited to speak in the US, Japan, Taiwan, China, the UK, Europe, Singapore and New Zealand, and regularly gives expert evidence to Parliamentary and law reform committees. She has been a member of the Law Council of Australia IP Subcommittee since 2006 and a member of the Commonwealth Government’s Advisory Council on Intellectual Property since 2013.

Research interests

  • Copyright
  • Patents
  • Trade Marks
  • Law and Technology
  • Intellectual Property and International Trade
  • Legal History
  • Empirical Legal Research
  • Law and Economics

Teaching and supervision

  • IP: Copyright & Designs (UG/JD)
  • IP: Patents and Trade Marks (UG/JD)
  • Copyright (Masters)

Selected grants

2014

  • Sydney Law School- National University of Singapore Symposium; McDonald B, Bath V, Brown C, Courtney W, McCracken S, Rolph D, Weatherall K, Tan Kah Heng D; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2012

  • Testing trade mark law's image of the consumer; Burrell R, Weatherall K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2010

  • Testing Trade Mark Law's Image of the Consumer; Weatherall K; The University of Queensland/Collaborative Agreement.

2008

  • The Bureaucratisation of Copyright; Weatherall K; The University of Queensland/Shared Research Support.

2006

  • '...And by opposing, end them': A comparative examination of opposition processes in patent law; Weatherall K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2005

  • An Empirical Study of Settled Patent Litigation; Weatherall K; University of Melbourne/Early Career Researcher Development Award.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Weatherall, K. (2014). Ignoring the Science: What we know about patents suggests dire consequences from ACTA and the TPPA (Forthcoming). In Bryan Mercurio and Kuei-Jung Ni (Eds.), Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Relationship between User-generated Content and Commerce. In D Hunter, R Lobato, M Richardson & J Thomas (Eds.), Amateur Media: Social, Cultural and Legal Perspectives, (pp. 59-69). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The TPP as a case study of changing dynamics for international intellectual property negotiations. In Tania Voon (Eds.), Trade Liberalisation and International Co-operation: A Legal Analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, (pp. 50-74). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Huang, V., Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2012). The Use of Survey Evidence in Australian Trade Mark and Passing Off Cases. In A Kenyon, N Wee Loon, M Richardson (eds) (Eds.), The Law of Reputation and Brands in the Asia Pacific, (pp. 181-202). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). IP in a Changing Environment. In Kathy Bowrey, Michael Handler and Dianne Nicol (Eds.), Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property, (pp. 1-29). Oxon: Oxford University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). The politics of linkages in U.S. preferential trade agreements. In Tomer Broude, Marc L. Busch and Amelia Porges (Eds.), The Politics of International Economic Law, (pp. 40-61). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). Intellectual Property in a Possible China-Australia Free Trade Agreement. In Sisira Jayasuriya, Donald Maclaren and Gary Bryan Magee (Eds.), Negotiating a Preferential Trading Agreement: Issues, Constraints and Practical Options, (pp. 155-169). Surrey, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Christie, A., Waller, A., Weatherall, K. (2007). Intellectual Property & Free Trade Agreements. In Christopher Heath and Anselm Kamperman Sanders (Eds.), Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements, (pp. 211-223). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Pretend-y Rights: On the Insanely Complicated New Regime for Performers Rights in Australia, and how Australian Performers got Ripped Off. In Fiona Macmillan and Kathy Bowrey (Eds.), New Directions In Copyright Law, Volume 3, (pp. 171-197). Surrey, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). The Impact of Copyright Treaties on Broadcast Policy. In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 242-273). Australia: Melbourne University Press.

Journals

  • Weatherall, K. (2014). Culture clash: The Australian Law Reform Commission's discussion of retransmission and the world of broadcast. Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 24(4), 202-217.
  • Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2014). Patent Enforcement: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Economic Surveys, 28(2), 312-343. [More Information]
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Evaluating SOPA: Who Should Enforce IP Online? Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 62(4), 59.1-59.13.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The New (Old) War on Copyright Infringement, and How Context is Opening New Regulatory Possibilities. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, May 2012(143), 110-121.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Three Lessons from ACTA and its Political Aftermath. Suffolk Transnational Law Review, 35(3), 575-603.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). ACTA as a New Kind of International IP Lawmaking. American University International Law Review, 26(3), 839-901.
  • Burrell, R., Weatherall, K. (2011). Before the High Court | Providing Services to Copyright Infringers: Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v iiNet Ltd. Sydney Law Review, 33(4), 801-830.
  • Weatherall, K., Rotstein, F., Dent, C., Christie, A. (2011). Patent Oppositions in Australia: The Facts. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(1), 93-135.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Politics, Compromise, Text and the Failure of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Sydney Law Review, 33(2), 229-263.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). So Call Me a Copyright Radical. Copyright Reporter, 29(4), 123-133.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Stories of Copyright Policy: The shift to an innovation agenda and what it might mean. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(1), 11.1-11.16.
  • Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2010). Patent Infringement in Australia: Results from a Survey. Federal Law Review, 38(1), 21-70.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). It’s Not Just Competitors: Acknowledging and Accommodating ‘‘Interfering Busybodies’’ and their Challenges to Patent Validity. The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 12(5), 500-523.
  • Burrell, R., Weatherall, K. (2008). Exporting Controversy? Reactions to the Copyright Provision of the U.S. - Australia Free Trade Agreement: Lessons for U.S. Trade Policy. University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy, 2008 (2), 259-319.
  • Leahy, A., Maclaren, D., Morgan, D., Weatherall, K., Webster, E., Yong, J. (2008). In the Shadow of the China-Australia FTA Negotiations: What Australian Business Thinks About IP. Economic Papers, 27(1), 1-18.
  • Rotstein, F., Weatherall, K. (2007). Filing and Settlement of Patent Disputes in the Federal Court: 1995-2005. Intellectual Property Forum, 68(March 2007), 65-74.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Of Copyright Bureaucracies and Incoherence: Stepping Back From Australia's Recent Copyright Reforms. Melbourne University Law Review, 31(3), 967-1016.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Response to Dale Clapperton's Article. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, 19(9), 145-146.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Can Substantive Law Harmonisation and Technology Provide Genuine Alternatives to Conflicts Rules in Intellectual Property. Media and Arts Law Review, 11(4), 393-417.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Infringement of copyright in television broadcast -What constitutes "substantial" portion of original broadcast - Substantiality depends on quality not quantity - Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), Secs. 10, 87, 91 - [2005] FCAFC 53 - TCN Channel Nine Pty Limited v. Network Ten Pty Limited (No. 3) - "The Panel". IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 73(3), 356-357.
  • Dent, C., Weatherall, K. (2006). Lawyers’ decisions in Australian patent dispute settlements: An empirical perspective. Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 17(4), 255-276.
  • Bosland, J., Weatherall, K., Jensen, P. (2006). Trade Mark and Counterfeit Litigation in Australia. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 4(2006), 347-377.
  • Weatherall, K., Jensen, P. (2005). An Empirical Investigation into Patent Enforcement in Australian Courts. Federal Law Review, 33(2), 239-286.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Australia-US Free Trade Agreement-circumventing the rationale for anti-circumvention? Internet Law Bulletin, 7(9), 121-126.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Internet Cultures – Not an Oxymoron Kathy Bowrey, Law and Internet Cultures (2005). Sydney Law Review, 27(4), 753-760.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Before the High Court: On Technology Locks and the Proper Scope of Digital Copyright Laws - Sony in the High Court. Sydney Law Review, 26, 613-638.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Locked In: Australia Gets a Bad Intellectual Property Deal. Policy, 20(4), 18-24.
  • Weatherall, K. (2003). A Very Dynamic Issue: International Developments in Privacy in the Last 12 Months. AIAL Forum, 38(2003), 81-91.
  • Weatherall, K., Rolph, D. (2003). Dow Jones v Gutnick: Strum und Drang or Storm in a teacup? - Part 1. Internet Law Bulletin, 6(1), 7-11.
  • Weatherall, K., Rolph, D. (2003). Dow Jones v Gutnick: Strum und Drang or Storm in a teacup? - Part 2. Internet Law Bulletin, 6(2), 18-22.
  • Weatherall, K. (2002). Beyond Napster: Using Antitrust Law to advance and enhance online music distribution. Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law, 8(2), 451-573.
  • Weatherall, K. (2001). Culture, Autonomy and Djulibinyamurr: Individual and Community in the Construction of Rights to Traditional Designs. The Modern Law Review, 64(2), 215-242.
  • Weatherall, K. (1999). An End to Private Communications in Copyright?: The Expansion of Rights to Communicate Works to the Public - Part 1. European Intellectual Property Review, 21(7), 342-353.
  • Weatherall, K. (1999). An End to Private Communications in Copyright?: The Expansion of Rights to Communicate Works to the Public - Part 2. European Intellectual Property Review, 21(8), 398-409.

Conferences

  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Constitutional Implications of Regulating Intellectual Property: The Case of Australia's Tobacco Plain Packaging Legislation. Geneva-Harvard-Renmin-Sydney Law Faculty Conference (2013), Geneva: Latsis Foundation.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Impact of ACTA. 32d Annual Congress of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), Pretoria, South Africa: International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). Three provocations regarding IP's special status in civil procedure. 32d Annual Congress of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), Pretoria, South Africa: International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Copyright and the Digital Economy: So Many issues, so little time. Copyright and the Digital Economy: So Many Issues, So Little Time.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Optus TV Now Decision. Optus TV Now Seminar, Sydney: Communications and Media Law Association inc.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The Lessons of ACTA and its Aftermath. Suffolk University Transnational Law Review 2012 Symposium.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The Trans-Pacific Partnership. 2012 Australian Digital Alliance Copyright Forum, National Library of Australia, Canberra: Australian Digital Alliance.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). ACTA and the TPP a new breed of international IP agreements and what they tell us about international law-making. Trade, Science, Technology and Justice Conference.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Copyright: A time traveller’s perspective. 15th Biennale Copyright Law and Practice Symposium 2011, Australia: Australian Copyright Council.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). The Trans-pacific partnership: Concerns about Intellectual Property. Seminar to Members of Japanese Parliament.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Why Developed Countries should be interested in the development Agenda. Global Congress on Public Interest Intellectual Property Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). Telling Stories in Copyright Policy. Conference of the Centre for Media and Communications Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and Australia. The Anti-counterfeiting trade agreement and Australia.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). The Future of Copyright Law in Australia and the Role of ISPs. High Tech Crime Conference.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). Copyright and Architecture. UQ-Cambridge IP History Roundtable.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). IP in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Workshop on the Trans-Pacific.
  • Weatherall, K. (2008). Interfering Busybodies? The role of third parties in challenging the validity of patents. The New Zealand Centre for International Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2008). ‘As Others See Us’: The Political Costs of Expanding the Issues in US Bilateral Trade Policy. 2008 Biennale Interest Group Conference, Washington D.C.: American Society of International Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). The OzDMCA: what it means for FOSS. linux.conf.au Sydney 2007, Sydney: Seven.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Would you ever recommend a Creative Commons license? Unlocking IP 2006 Conference, Sydney: Australasian Legal Information Institute.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). 'Pretend-Y Rights.' on the Insanely Complicated New Regime for Performers' Rights in Australia, and How Australian Performers Got Gypped. Copyright Research Network Workshop on Rights Neighbouring to Copyright (2005), Sydney: AHRC Copyright Research Network.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Public Culture/Private Culture: Copyright law, Creative Commons and the Elusive Role of the Public Domain. Unlocking IP Conference (2004), Sydney: Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre.

Report

  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Submission: Draft Guidelines on the Infringement Notices and Forfeiture of Infringing Copies and Devices Scheme, Copyright Amendment Regulations 2006.
  • Weatherall, K., Dent, C. (2006). Copyright, the Arts and Artists in Australia: A Review.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E., Newell, A. (2006). Open Licensing and the State Library of Victoria: A Consideration of Copyright Strategies for the Digital Dissemination of Certain Library Publications.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Inquiry into the Copyright Amendment Bill 2006.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E., Rotstein, F. (2006). Use of Creative Commons and Similar Licensing Mechanisms by Governmental and Public Institutions.
  • Jensen, P., Morgan, O., Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2005). Factors Affecting the Use of Intellectual Property (IP) Protection by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Australia - Volume 1 (Executive Summary & Findings).
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Response to Attorney-General’s Department Part V Division 2AA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) Limitation on Remedies Available against Carriage Service Providers: Does the Scheme need to be Expanded?.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E. (2005). Response to the Issues Paper: Fair Use and Other Copyright Exceptions in the Digital Age.
  • Weatherall, K., Bosland, J. (2005). Submission on the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property's Final Report on the Review of Trade Mark Enforcement.
  • Waller, S., Elkman, S., Weatherall, K., Christie, A. (2004). Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement: Gene Patenting and Human Health.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties Hearing on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Supplementary Submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.
  • Weatherall, K., Adal, Y., Elkman, S., Moritz, S. (2003). A Study of Funding for Major Research Infrastructure and University Sector Research in Six Countries.

Other

  • Weatherall, K., Waller, S. (2005), Submission to the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property Options Paper on Patents and Experimental Use.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005), Submission to the House of Representatives Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee: Inquiry into technological protection measures exceptions.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005), Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into the provisions of the Copyright Amendment (Film Directors' Rights) Bill 2005.
  • Waller, S., Elkman, S., Weatherall, K., Christie, A. (2004), Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission in response to its Discussion Paper 68: Gene Patenting and Human Health.

2014

  • Weatherall, K. (2014). Culture clash: The Australian Law Reform Commission's discussion of retransmission and the world of broadcast. Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 24(4), 202-217.
  • Weatherall, K. (2014). Ignoring the Science: What we know about patents suggests dire consequences from ACTA and the TPPA (Forthcoming). In Bryan Mercurio and Kuei-Jung Ni (Eds.), Science and Technology in International Economic Law: Balancing Competing Interests. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2014). Patent Enforcement: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Economic Surveys, 28(2), 312-343. [More Information]

2013

  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Constitutional Implications of Regulating Intellectual Property: The Case of Australia's Tobacco Plain Packaging Legislation. Geneva-Harvard-Renmin-Sydney Law Faculty Conference (2013), Geneva: Latsis Foundation.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Impact of ACTA. 32d Annual Congress of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), Pretoria, South Africa: International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The Relationship between User-generated Content and Commerce. In D Hunter, R Lobato, M Richardson & J Thomas (Eds.), Amateur Media: Social, Cultural and Legal Perspectives, (pp. 59-69). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). The TPP as a case study of changing dynamics for international intellectual property negotiations. In Tania Voon (Eds.), Trade Liberalisation and International Co-operation: A Legal Analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, (pp. 50-74). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K. (2013). Three provocations regarding IP's special status in civil procedure. 32d Annual Congress of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP), Pretoria, South Africa: International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property.

2012

  • Burrell, R., Handler, M., Hudson, E., Weatherall, K. (2012), ALRC Inquiry into Copyright and the Digital Economy. , , , 1-76.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Copyright and the Digital Economy: So Many issues, so little time. Copyright and the Digital Economy: So Many Issues, So Little Time.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Evaluating SOPA: Who Should Enforce IP Online? Telecommunication Journal of Australia, 62(4), 59.1-59.13.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Optus TV Now Decision. Optus TV Now Seminar, Sydney: Communications and Media Law Association inc.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012), Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties Inquiry into the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. , , , 1-18.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The Lessons of ACTA and its Aftermath. Suffolk University Transnational Law Review 2012 Symposium.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The New (Old) War on Copyright Infringement, and How Context is Opening New Regulatory Possibilities. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, May 2012(143), 110-121.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). The Trans-Pacific Partnership. 2012 Australian Digital Alliance Copyright Forum, National Library of Australia, Canberra: Australian Digital Alliance.
  • Huang, V., Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2012). The Use of Survey Evidence in Australian Trade Mark and Passing Off Cases. In A Kenyon, N Wee Loon, M Richardson (eds) (Eds.), The Law of Reputation and Brands in the Asia Pacific, (pp. 181-202). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2012). Three Lessons from ACTA and its Political Aftermath. Suffolk Transnational Law Review, 35(3), 575-603.

2011

  • Weatherall, K. (2011). ACTA and the TPP a new breed of international IP agreements and what they tell us about international law-making. Trade, Science, Technology and Justice Conference.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). ACTA as a New Kind of International IP Lawmaking. American University International Law Review, 26(3), 839-901.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011), An Australian Analysis of the February 2011 Leaked US TPPA IP Chapter Text - copyright and enforcement. , , , 1-68.
  • Burrell, R., Weatherall, K. (2011). Before the High Court | Providing Services to Copyright Infringers: Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v iiNet Ltd. Sydney Law Review, 33(4), 801-830.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Copyright: A time traveller’s perspective. 15th Biennale Copyright Law and Practice Symposium 2011, Australia: Australian Copyright Council.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). IP in a Changing Environment. In Kathy Bowrey, Michael Handler and Dianne Nicol (Eds.), Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property, (pp. 1-29). Oxon: Oxford University Press.
  • Weatherall, K., Rotstein, F., Dent, C., Christie, A. (2011). Patent Oppositions in Australia: The Facts. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(1), 93-135.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Politics, Compromise, Text and the Failure of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Sydney Law Review, 33(2), 229-263.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). So Call Me a Copyright Radical. Copyright Reporter, 29(4), 123-133.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Stories of Copyright Policy: The shift to an innovation agenda and what it might mean. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(1), 11.1-11.16.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). The politics of linkages in U.S. preferential trade agreements. In Tomer Broude, Marc L. Busch and Amelia Porges (Eds.), The Politics of International Economic Law, (pp. 40-61). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). The Trans-pacific partnership: Concerns about Intellectual Property. Seminar to Members of Japanese Parliament.
  • Weatherall, K. (2011). Why Developed Countries should be interested in the development Agenda. Global Congress on Public Interest Intellectual Property Law.

2010

  • Weatherall, K. (2010), ACTA - Australian Section by Section Analysis. , , , 1-67.
  • Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2010). Patent Infringement in Australia: Results from a Survey. Federal Law Review, 38(1), 21-70.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). Telling Stories in Copyright Policy. Conference of the Centre for Media and Communications Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and Australia. The Anti-counterfeiting trade agreement and Australia.
  • Weatherall, K. (2010). The Future of Copyright Law in Australia and the Role of ISPs. High Tech Crime Conference.

2009

  • Weatherall, K. (2009). Copyright and Architecture. UQ-Cambridge IP History Roundtable.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). Intellectual Property in a Possible China-Australia Free Trade Agreement. In Sisira Jayasuriya, Donald Maclaren and Gary Bryan Magee (Eds.), Negotiating a Preferential Trading Agreement: Issues, Constraints and Practical Options, (pp. 155-169). Surrey, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K., Webster, E., Bently, L. (2009), IP Enforcement in the UK and Beyond: A Literature Review. , , , 1-75.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). IP in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Workshop on the Trans-Pacific.
  • Weatherall, K. (2009). It’s Not Just Competitors: Acknowledging and Accommodating ‘‘Interfering Busybodies’’ and their Challenges to Patent Validity. The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 12(5), 500-523.

2008

  • Burrell, R., Weatherall, K. (2008). Exporting Controversy? Reactions to the Copyright Provision of the U.S. - Australia Free Trade Agreement: Lessons for U.S. Trade Policy. University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy, 2008 (2), 259-319.
  • Leahy, A., Maclaren, D., Morgan, D., Weatherall, K., Webster, E., Yong, J. (2008). In the Shadow of the China-Australia FTA Negotiations: What Australian Business Thinks About IP. Economic Papers, 27(1), 1-18.
  • Weatherall, K. (2008). Interfering Busybodies? The role of third parties in challenging the validity of patents. The New Zealand Centre for International Law.
  • Weatherall, K. (2008). ‘As Others See Us’: The Political Costs of Expanding the Issues in US Bilateral Trade Policy. 2008 Biennale Interest Group Conference, Washington D.C.: American Society of International Law.

2007

  • Rotstein, F., Weatherall, K. (2007). Filing and Settlement of Patent Disputes in the Federal Court: 1995-2005. Intellectual Property Forum, 68(March 2007), 65-74.
  • Christie, A., Waller, A., Weatherall, K. (2007). Intellectual Property & Free Trade Agreements. In Christopher Heath and Anselm Kamperman Sanders (Eds.), Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements, (pp. 211-223). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Of Copyright Bureaucracies and Incoherence: Stepping Back From Australia's Recent Copyright Reforms. Melbourne University Law Review, 31(3), 967-1016.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Pretend-y Rights: On the Insanely Complicated New Regime for Performers Rights in Australia, and how Australian Performers got Ripped Off. In Fiona Macmillan and Kathy Bowrey (Eds.), New Directions In Copyright Law, Volume 3, (pp. 171-197). Surrey, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Response to Dale Clapperton's Article. Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, 19(9), 145-146.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). Submission: Draft Guidelines on the Infringement Notices and Forfeiture of Infringing Copies and Devices Scheme, Copyright Amendment Regulations 2006.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). The Impact of Copyright Treaties on Broadcast Policy. In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 242-273). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Weatherall, K. (2007). The OzDMCA: what it means for FOSS. linux.conf.au Sydney 2007, Sydney: Seven.

2006

  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Can Substantive Law Harmonisation and Technology Provide Genuine Alternatives to Conflicts Rules in Intellectual Property. Media and Arts Law Review, 11(4), 393-417.
  • Weatherall, K., Dent, C. (2006). Copyright, the Arts and Artists in Australia: A Review.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Infringement of copyright in television broadcast -What constitutes "substantial" portion of original broadcast - Substantiality depends on quality not quantity - Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), Secs. 10, 87, 91 - [2005] FCAFC 53 - TCN Channel Nine Pty Limited v. Network Ten Pty Limited (No. 3) - "The Panel". IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 73(3), 356-357.
  • Dent, C., Weatherall, K. (2006). Lawyers’ decisions in Australian patent dispute settlements: An empirical perspective. Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 17(4), 255-276.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E., Newell, A. (2006). Open Licensing and the State Library of Victoria: A Consideration of Copyright Strategies for the Digital Dissemination of Certain Library Publications.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Inquiry into the Copyright Amendment Bill 2006.
  • Bosland, J., Weatherall, K., Jensen, P. (2006). Trade Mark and Counterfeit Litigation in Australia. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 4(2006), 347-377.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E., Rotstein, F. (2006). Use of Creative Commons and Similar Licensing Mechanisms by Governmental and Public Institutions.
  • Weatherall, K. (2006). Would you ever recommend a Creative Commons license? Unlocking IP 2006 Conference, Sydney: Australasian Legal Information Institute.

2005

  • Weatherall, K. (2005). 'Pretend-Y Rights.' on the Insanely Complicated New Regime for Performers' Rights in Australia, and How Australian Performers Got Gypped. Copyright Research Network Workshop on Rights Neighbouring to Copyright (2005), Sydney: AHRC Copyright Research Network.
  • Weatherall, K., Jensen, P. (2005). An Empirical Investigation into Patent Enforcement in Australian Courts. Federal Law Review, 33(2), 239-286.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Australia-US Free Trade Agreement-circumventing the rationale for anti-circumvention? Internet Law Bulletin, 7(9), 121-126.
  • Jensen, P., Morgan, O., Weatherall, K., Webster, E. (2005). Factors Affecting the Use of Intellectual Property (IP) Protection by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Australia - Volume 1 (Executive Summary & Findings).
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Internet Cultures – Not an Oxymoron Kathy Bowrey, Law and Internet Cultures (2005). Sydney Law Review, 27(4), 753-760.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005). Response to Attorney-General’s Department Part V Division 2AA of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) Limitation on Remedies Available against Carriage Service Providers: Does the Scheme need to be Expanded?.
  • Weatherall, K., Hudson, E. (2005). Response to the Issues Paper: Fair Use and Other Copyright Exceptions in the Digital Age.
  • Weatherall, K., Bosland, J. (2005). Submission on the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property's Final Report on the Review of Trade Mark Enforcement.
  • Weatherall, K., Waller, S. (2005), Submission to the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property Options Paper on Patents and Experimental Use.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005), Submission to the House of Representatives Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee: Inquiry into technological protection measures exceptions.
  • Weatherall, K. (2005), Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into the provisions of the Copyright Amendment (Film Directors' Rights) Bill 2005.

2004

  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Before the High Court: On Technology Locks and the Proper Scope of Digital Copyright Laws - Sony in the High Court. Sydney Law Review, 26, 613-638.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Locked In: Australia Gets a Bad Intellectual Property Deal. Policy, 20(4), 18-24.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Public Culture/Private Culture: Copyright law, Creative Commons and the Elusive Role of the Public Domain. Unlocking IP Conference (2004), Sydney: Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre.
  • Waller, S., Elkman, S., Weatherall, K., Christie, A. (2004). Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement: Gene Patenting and Human Health.
  • Waller, S., Elkman, S., Weatherall, K., Christie, A. (2004), Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission in response to its Discussion Paper 68: Gene Patenting and Human Health.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties Hearing on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.
  • Weatherall, K. (2004). Supplementary Submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement.

2003

  • Weatherall, K., Adal, Y., Elkman, S., Moritz, S. (2003). A Study of Funding for Major Research Infrastructure and University Sector Research in Six Countries.
  • Weatherall, K. (2003). A Very Dynamic Issue: International Developments in Privacy in the Last 12 Months. AIAL Forum, 38(2003), 81-91.
  • Weatherall, K., Rolph, D. (2003). Dow Jones v Gutnick: Strum und Drang or Storm in a teacup? - Part 1. Internet Law Bulletin, 6(1), 7-11.
  • Weatherall, K., Rolph, D. (2003). Dow Jones v Gutnick: Strum und Drang or Storm in a teacup? - Part 2. Internet Law Bulletin, 6(2), 18-22.

2002

  • Weatherall, K. (2002). Beyond Napster: Using Antitrust Law to advance and enhance online music distribution. Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law, 8(2), 451-573.

2001

  • Weatherall, K. (2001). Culture, Autonomy and Djulibinyamurr: Individual and Community in the Construction of Rights to Traditional Designs. The Modern Law Review, 64(2), 215-242.

1999

  • Weatherall, K. (1999). An End to Private Communications in Copyright?: The Expansion of Rights to Communicate Works to the Public - Part 1. European Intellectual Property Review, 21(7), 342-353.
  • Weatherall, K. (1999). An End to Private Communications in Copyright?: The Expansion of Rights to Communicate Works to the Public - Part 2. European Intellectual Property Review, 21(8), 398-409.

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