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Guide to sport, tourism, arts and events management laws

This Guide considers the legal issues relevant to sport, tourism, events and arts management. The guide explores legal structures and essential laws, including contracts, torts (negligence), consumer protection, intellectual property, industrial relations and those laws which are specific to sport, tourism, events and the arts.

This guide provides an understanding of the legal obligations that face a manager in the sport, tourism, events and arts contexts. It allows readers and students to apply knowledge from other subjects such as marketing, finance and management.

Table of Contents of the Guide:

1.The United States, Australia and European legal systems and management, administration, organization, business protection
2.Contracts formation, performance and termination; conditions and exclusion clauses; restraint of trade; loss of enjoyment damages
3.Negligence, risk management, consumer protection, ambush marketing
4.Intellectual property: Copyright; trademark; confidential information
5.Sport: Natural justice; drugs; judiciaries; child protection
6.Tourism: Package travel; Travel Agents Act; hotel and accommodation law
7.Events: Crowd control; liquor licensing
8.Arts censorship laws and moral rights

 

References

General
Bannon C. Passing Off, Trade Deception, Trade Marks, Butterworths, latest edn.
Latimer, P. 2008, Australian Business Law, CCH, North Ryde.
Vermeesh, R.B. and Lindgren, K.E. 2008, Business Law of Australia (12th edn) Butterworths, Sydney.

Thorpe, D., Buti, A., Davies, C., Fridman, S., and Jonson, P. (2009) Sports Law, Oxford University Press,

Cordato, A. 2006, Australian Travel and Tourism Law (4th edn), Butterworths, Sydney

Any other Business law books referenced in Lawi

Sport
•Australia New Zealand Sports Law Association Conference Proceedings.
•Australian Sports Law Reporter, CCH, North Ryde.
•Buckley, E. 1998, Sports Law, National and Starsports International, Potts Point.
•’Entertainment, Sport and Tourism’ 1998, in Vol. 11, Part 175 of Halsbury’s Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney.
•Fewell, M (ed) 1995, Sports Law: A Practical Guide, LBC, North Ryde.
•Grayson, E. 1999, Sport and the Law (3rd edn), Butterworths, London.
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•Sievers, A. 1996, Association and Clubs Law in Australia and New Zealand (2nd Edition), Federation Press, Sydney.
•Sports Injuries: Legal and Risk Management Issues in Professional Sport, 1997, LAMS Seminar, Bondi Junction.
•Spotlight on Sport, Sports and the Law, Papers 1996, LAMS Seminar, Bondi Junction.
•Taylor, T (ed) 2000, ‘How you Play the Game’, Papers from the First International Conference on Sports and Human Rights, University of Technology, Sydney, Sydney 1999.

Arts
•Armstrong and ors, Media law in Australia, Oxford, latest edition.
•Australia Council (1997) The Corporations Law: A Practical Guide for the Arts Aust Council, Sydney.
•Australia Council (2000), Art + Facts andmdash; The Arts and Tax andmdash; A Practical Tax Workbook for the Arts Sector.
•Australian Society of Authors (2001) Australian book contracts, ASA. Sydney.
•Australian Writers Guild (1994) Playwright’s Handbook Aust. Writers Guild, Sydney.
•Beiderman and al.Law and Business of the Entertainment Industries Praeger Publishers.
•Coombe R, The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties Duke University Press 1998.
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•Fargher, C (1993) The Arts Insurance Handbook Arts Law Centre, Sydney.
•Firth A and ors (Eds) Readings in Intellectual Property Sweet and Maxwell, 1998.
•Frith S and Marshall L, Music and Copyright Edinburgh University Press, 2004.
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•Gaines J, Contested Culture, Universitynof North Carolina Press, 1991.
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•Janke T (1999) Our Culture: Our Future, Report on Australian Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights – www.icip.lawnet.com.au
•Jeffrey T (1996) Film Business, AFTRS, Sydney.
•Lahore and ors Intellectual Property Copyright, Loose Leaf Service, Butterworths.
•Letts R (1994) Your Career as a Composer, Allen and Unwin.
•McDonald I (1998) Protecting Indigenous Intellectual Property Aust Copyright Council, latest edition.
•McGinness P, Intellectual Property Commercialisation Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2003.
•McKeogh, Bowery and Griffith, Intellectual Property Law in Australia, Law Book Co, Latest edn.
•McLachlan and Mallam Media Law and Practice (looseleaf service), LBC.
•Museums Australia (NSW) (1994) Museum Methods: A Practical Manual for Managing Small Museums, Museums Australia, Sydney.
•Performing Arts Multimedia Library (PAML) (1999) From Live Performance to the Digital Stage: a 5 step guide to contracting and copyright management of digital recordings for the live performing arts Cinemedia Corporation.
•Ricketson and Richardson, Intellectual property Cases and materials, Butterworths, latest edition.
•Ricketson S, The Law of Intellectual Property LBC, latest edition.
•Simpson S, Music Business Omnibus Press, Sydney.
•Simpson S, The Visual Artist and the Law LBC (out of print).
•Spender L, Electronc/Digital Rights: A Handbook for Authors Aust. Society of Authors Ltd.
•Stokes J, Earning a living in the Visual Arts and Crafts Hale and Iremonger, Sydney, latest edition Stokes S, Art and Copyright, Hart Publishing, 2001.
•Towse R, Copyright in the Cultural Industries, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002.
•Walker S. The Law of Journalism in Australia, LBC latest edition.
•Wheeler G, Legalities: Guidelines for running a Community Organisation, NCOSS CCH, Industrial and Intellectual Property loose leaf Service
•Copyright Council of Australia Bulletins

Events and Tourism
•’Entertainment, Sport and Tourism’ 1998, in Vol. 11, Part 175 of Halsbury’s Laws of Australia, Butterworths, Sydney.
•Goldblatt, JJ, 1997, ‘Contracts, permits and licences’ in Special Events, Best Practices in Modern Event Management, 2nd edn, John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp 270-281
•McLean Y. 1994, ‘Intellectual Property and Privacy Issues for Event Organisers’, in The Third New Zealand Event Management and Event Marketing Conference, Current Affairs, Auckland, pp 1-11.
•Major and Special Events Planning: A Guide for Promoters and Councils, NSW Department of Local Government, Sydney, pp 1-20.
•Scott, M. 1993, Leisure Services Law, Sweet and Maxwell, London. Sievers, A. 1996, Association and Clubs Law in Australia and New Zealand (2nd edition), Federation Press, Sydney.

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