Ken is a former partner and now consultant to AJ Park Law, practising in their Auckland office. He initially graduated in electrical engineering and had experience in electronics, communications and engineering programming working with the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation. He then embarked on a legal career with AJ Park while obtaining his law degree part time.
As an IP lawyer he specialises in copyright law and as a technology lawyer specialises in software and internet law in general, but including of course digital copyright.
His litigation practice has included New Zealand’s first software copyright trial in 1989 (IBM v Computer Imports) and the first and only case for non-literal software copyright infringement (Fisher & Paykel Finance v Karum) which concluded in the Court of Appeal in 2014.We look forward to reading Ken's contributions!