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Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Victoria Lambropoulos as Section Editor of the Employment and Industrial Law Section of Australian Business Law Review. Victoria Lambropoulos is a Barrister and a senior lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne where she teaches Workplace and Corporations Law. She is also the immediate past President of ...more
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following articles: “To the Register and beyond? Restrictive covenants after Westfield Management Ltd v Perpetual Trustee Company Ltd” – Corey Byrne; “Joint tenancy, fraud, agency and volunteers under the Torrens system: Cassegrain v Gerard Cassegrain & Co Pty Ltd” – Rosalind Acland; and “New real rights to land in South Africa: A twofold test” – PJ Badenhorst; and the following sections: New Zealand: “Developments in residential tenancies” – Thomas Gibbons; Singapore: “Recent developments: Sale of land, trusts and proprietary estoppel, conversion” – Kelvin Low; New South Wales: “Forgery, mortgages and indefeasibility: Perpetual Trustees Victoria Ltd v Cox  NSWCA 328” – Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke; Victoria: “Indefeasibility and the forged “all-moneys” mortgage” – Brett Harding; and Queensland: “Property law reforms in Queensland: Is the regulatory burden on land transactions reduced?” – Sharon Christensen.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Information exchange, hub and spoke arrangements and collusion” – Rhonda L Smith and Arlen Duke; “Reinvigorating the trade and commerce power” – Anthony Gray; “Could Canadian-style interest arbitration work in Australia?” – Anthony Forsyth; “The duty to act in the best interests of the public entity – a regulatory analysis” – Marco Bini; and “Issues at the end of a franchising relationship” – Andrew Terry and Maree Chetwin. There is also an editorial and an Insurance Law section.
The latest Part of the Workplace Review includes the following articles: “Dismissal based on breach of employer policy – searching for the boundaries of “reasonable”” – Leila Chacko; “Cosmic radiation, aircrew and WHS obligation” – David Chitty; “The implied duty of mutual trust and confidence – necessary or dangerous?” – Ashleigh Mills; “Comparison of the current construction industry Government Procurement Codes for the Commonwealth, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland” – Luke Scandrett and Neil Napper; and “Solicitation or “staying connected”? How to protect your client base in an online space” – Peter Wright and Dean Schubert; and an interview with the Fair Work Commission’s Senior Deputy President Lea Drake on women in the law and valuing a robust work ethic. Also in this Part are the following sections: Focus on Western Australia; Common Law and General Protections; The Last Word; Diary and a review of the following book: “Australian Feminist Judgments: Righting and Rewriting Law”.
The latest Part of the Journal of Judicial Administration includes the following articles: “Helping those who help themselves: Evaluating QPILCH’s Self Representation Service” – Jeff Giddings, Blake McKimmie, Cate Banks and Tamara Butler; “Jurors’ consideration of inadmissible evidence: A motivational explanation” – Diane Sivasubramaniam, Bianca Klettke, Jonathan Clough, Regina Schuller and Kristie Oleyar; “When coroners care too much: Therapeutic jurisprudence and suicide findings” – Belinda Carpenter, Gordon Tait, Nigel Stobbs and Michael Barnes; and “NSW costs assessment review” – Steve Shaw. There is also a review of the following book: “Australian Feminist Judgments: Righting and Rewriting Law” by Heather Douglas, Francesca Bartlett, Trish Luker and Rosemary Hunter.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Judicial ethics and judicial misbehaviour: Two sides of the one coin?” – Ronald Sackville AO QC; “Investor claims and the reach of proportionate liability” – Alister Abadee; and “Future representations and the grounds that may be relied on to establish reasonableness” – Andrew Eastwood. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Queensland; Personalia (including entries for New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria); Corporations and Securities; Recent Cases; and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “Critical examination of the principles for determining whether trade marks are deceptively similar: A quest for more predictable decision making” – Janice Luck; “Intellectual property rights and the PPSA: Challenges for interest holders, creditors and practitioners” – Francina Cantatore; and “Copyright duration in Australia: 1869 to 2014” – Catherine Bond and Graham Greenleaf.
The latest Part of the Family Law Review includes the following articles: “Appropriate dispute resolution in cases of family violence and the collaborative practice model” – Katrina Markwick; and “Collaborative practice in family law matters with coercive control-type family violence: Preliminary thoughts from the practitioner coalface” – Patricia Easteal, Jessica Herbert and Jessica Kennedy. There is also a Professional Insights sections: “Family dispute resolution: 12 steps for practitioners to minimise the risk of complaints” – Mieke Brandon; and a Recent Cases section including notes on the following cases: Everett v Everett; Thomas v Franklin; Adamson v Adamson; and Delamarre v Asprey.