Dr Suranga Jayalath holds LLB (Sri Lanka) and Master of Business Law (Monash University, Australia) degrees and is an Attorney- at-Law. He is currently reading for PhD (broadcast signal piracy) at Law School, Middlesex University, London. This research reviews the laws and international treaties that are aimed at protecting broadcasting and regulating unauthorized use of broadcast signals in this modern digital era. Currently, he serves on the main Board Directors of the Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited, one of the largest conglomerates in Sri Lanka. He is a member of London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) and Dubai International Arbitration Center. He handles many arbitrations in London and Dubai. He is the current Chairman of Intellectual Property and Legal Committee of Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. He was a visiting lecturer in Law at the Open University of Sri Lanka for the LLB Degree Programme and was also a visiting lecturer for the LLM Programme of the University of West London run in Colombo.