The latest issue of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law (Volume 19 Part 4) contains the following material:
Partial shareholdings and minority interests – when is a little too much for the ACCC? – David Brewster and Verity Quinn
This article examines when a merger involving the acquisition of less than 100% of the share capital in a target company, in particular where a minority interest is obtained, might give rise to concerns under the merger provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
- Recent use of access regimes: Australian Rail Track Corporation’s Hunter Valley access undertaking – Alexandra Parkinson
- Pozzolanic Enterprises – Authorisation of Fly Ash Supply Agreement – Rosannah Healy
- Price signalling: The proposed reforms – John Duns
- Franchisor disclosure under the franchising code of conduct: The case for reform – Frank Zumbo
- Narrowing the gauge for access: Pilbara Infrastructure Pty Ltd v Australian Competition Tribunal – Vishal Ahuja and Matt Sherman
COMMISSION CAMEOS – Hank Spier
- Striking the right balance: A business perspective on the price signalling law – Peter Crone
- Make-over of the competition law in Mexico: More powers to the Competition Commission; increased contestability of its decisions – Dr José Alberro
- New Zealand considers consumer law reform – Lindsay Trotman and Debra Wilson
- Legal regulation of advertising in Russia – Julia Borisova
For the pdf version of the table of contents, click here: AJCCL Vol 19 Pt 4 Contents.