Graeme W Austin, 2000
This article addresses the territoriality of copyright laws in the context of jurisdiction and choice of law. The traditional obstacles to the justiciability of foreign copyright claims in New Zealand, namely the local action jurisdiction rule in regard to foreign immovables and the double actionability tort choice of law rule, are considered in the light of recent developments in the USA, Canada, Australia and the UK. The author concludes that flexibility introduced by Peace v Ove Arup  1 All ER 769 (CA) may pave the way for New Zealand courts to assume jurisdiction in foreign copyright infringement disputes.
"When in Rome (II): Jurisdiction, choice of law and foreign copyright infringement in New Zealand courts"
Adam Holden, 2016
The author advocates for reform of the New Zealand approach to cases involving foreign copyright infringement.