There is currently a copyright litigation regarding the DVD and best selling book, The Secret.
The Director, Drew Heriot, is suing Rhonda Byrne in Federal Court in Chicago. Byrne's Eastern European company, TS Productions, is suing Drew in Federal Court in Melbourne, Australia.
Although these cases do not directly concern the Internet, they raise interesting questions regarding jurisdiction and appropriate forum.
I am representing Drew Heriot.
A blog relating to Internet legal issues by Professor John Swinson, University of Queensland
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