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The final Part of Volume 22 of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes articles on graduated response schemes and the question of parental liability; authorisation under copyright law and “the nature of any relationship”; and the US Innovative Design Protection and Piracy Prevention Act as a model for fashion design protection in Australia. Not to be missed!
The May issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes articles and sections on a range of topics of interest. This Part has two articles which look at the extensive reforms which have taken place in the small loans sector and voluntary administration and the protection of employee entitlements. The sections include notes on circumstances giving rise to a claim, takeovers and public securities, proportional increase in holding, fraud in Chinese reverse mergers, the Singapore Companies Act and much more.
The last Part of Volume 21 of the Journal of Judicial Administration includes three interesting articles on various aspects of law. The first article comes from David Caruso discusses proposed reforms for the cross-examination of child witnesses and the reception and treatment of their evidence. The second article is by Kathy Douglas and discusses the views of mediators about models of tribunal practice and the degree to which mediators improvise around a model. The final article, by Andrea de Smidt and Kate Dodgson, looks at the approach to legal practice taken by the Queensland Public Interest Law Clearing House to achieve the best outcomes for clients with the minimum of resources.
The latest Part of the Northern Territory Law Journal includes an article by George Williams AO which addresses the place of the Northern Territory under the Australian Constitution, and the status of Territorians as “secondclass citizens”.. This Part also includes an article by Patrick Bolton which considers the development and juridical basis of a doctor’s duty of care after Young v Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Inc and argues that its extension to preventable conditions is both contrary to principle and unachievable. There is also a “Current Issue” section looking at the content of double jeopardy in Crown appeals and a “Case notes” section.
This abstract is taken from the Journal of Law and Medicine, Volume 19, Part 3 (March 2012), from the section “Complementary Health Issues”. Click here to read the full article. Death by Homoeopathy: Issues for Civil, Criminal and Coronial Law and for Health Service Policy by Ian Freckelton Homoeopathy has a significant clinical history, tracing its roots back to ...more