The latest Part of EPLJ includes the following articles: “Compliance with Indigenous cultural heritage legislation in Queensland: Perceptions, realities and prospects” – Michael J Rowland, Sean Ulm and Jill Reid; “Restorative justice intervention in an Aboriginal cultural heritage protection context: Conspicuous absences?” – Mark Hamilton; “Carbon pricing and renewable energy innovation: A comparison of Australian, British and Canadian carbon pricing policies” – Karen Bubna-Litic and Natalie Stoianoff; “Implementing legislative and governance frameworks for integrated catchment management: The gap between theory and practice” – Kate Matthews; and “The future of Land and Environment Court oversight of major project offsets” – Vanessa Walsh.
The latest part of the Property Law Review (Volume 3 Part 3) is a Special Issue that explores many different ways of thinking about law and property, and is available for purchase as a standalone part in print or PDF. In this 144pp bumper issue, Guest Editors Professor Sarah Blandy (School of Law, University of Sheffield) and Professor ...more
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Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr William (Bill) J Gough as co-editor of the Securities and Mortgages section in the Journal of Banking & Finance Law & Practice. Bill, previously a partner at Allen Allen & Hemsley and Coudert Brothers, International, is an independent legal consultant specialising in transactional and advisory ...more
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The latest Part of the Local Government Law Journal includes an article by Melissa Pocock which analyses the prohibition on local governments to use compulsory acquisition to assemble large-scale inner urban sites for redevelopment by the private sector. Also in this Part is a Policy and Practice section by Paul Leadbeter which discusses possible impacts for local government from planning reform in South Australia; a digest of cases and the Local Government Planning & Law Guide Cases.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice publishes the following articles: “Factors that affect corporate governance practices in Saudi Arabian listed banks” – Ashraf Al-Sahafi, Marcus Rodrigs and Lisa Barnes and “Illegality as a ground for withholding payment in documentary credit transactions” – Hang Yen Low. Also in this Part are the following sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Commerical and Finance Law; Insolvency Law and Management; Recent Publications; Canada; New Zealand; and a Book Review.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “The best interests duty and the standard care for superannuation trustees” – Paul Collins; ““Confusion hath now made his masterpiece”: Federal jurisdiction, State tribunals and constitutional questions” – Gim Del Villar and Felicity Nagorcka; “Reading words into statutes: When Homer nods” – Stephen Lumb and Sharon Christensen; and the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Human Rights; Constitutional Law, Admiralty and Maritime; Equity and Trusts; Corporations and Securities; Recent Cases; Book Reviews and an Obituary for Hon Barry O’Keefe AM QC.
The latest Part of AJCCL includes the following articles: “Australian Competition and Consumer Commission priorities” – Rod Sims; “Does it matter what the hypothetical consumer knows? An analysis of ACCC v TPG” – Haylene Treisman; and “A snuggle for survival – the paradox of section 44ZZRD(3)(c): Restricting co-operation may mean restricting competition” – Marianna Parry and Richard Hobson. Also in this part are the following sections: Authorisations and Notifications; Consumer Protections; Case note; What if…; Consumer Concerns; Report from Africa, Report from Europe; and Report from Latin America.