The latest Part of the Australian Tax Review includes the following articles: “Analysing the Judicial Definition of Income in Light of Folk Justice” – Christina Allen; “Reducing the GST Gap in a Decentralised, Confidential Manner” – Sascha Jafari; “Blockchain and Tax Administration: A Critical Assessment” – Eliza Mik and Noam Noked; and “Meeting Tax Challenges Inherent with Blockchain Technology through the Lens of Australia’s GST” – Robert Whait, Donovan Castelyn and Connie Vitale. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Contemporary Tax Issues Relating to Blockchain Technologies”; and Special Feature: Marking 40 Years of Part IVA: “Scrapes of the Bank Manager’s Big Black Dog Since 1991” – The Hon GT Pagone QC.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “Directing the Sinking Ship – Where to From Here?” – William Porter; “The Power to Alter Corporate Rescue in Australia” – Paulina Fishman; “An Identity Crisis? – The Changing Classification of Circulating and Non-circulating Security Interests” – Louise England; “Operation Innovation or Operational Risk? An Analysis of the Financial Regulation of Fintech” – Riley Scott; and “Compliance Programs Introduced in Response to Enforcement by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission” – Ian Ramsay and Mihika Upadhyaya.
The latest Part of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice includes the following articles: “Restoring Legitimacy: The Subpoena to Produce in Civil Litigation” – Talitha Fishburn; and “The Future of Common Fund Orders in Australian Class Actions After BMW Australia Ltd v Brewster” – Michael Legg. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The Duty to the Court in Relation to Discovery” – Michael Legg; Case Note – New Zealand: “Fairfax v Voller” – Judge David Harvey; Case Note – United Kingdom: “Municipio De Mariana v BHP Group plc  EWCA Civ 1156” – Sam Clarke; and Court Watch: “Preliminary Discovery” – Bernard Cairns; and “Bias and Procedural Fairness at Trial – an Update” – Bernard Cairns.
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “Saving Your Games: A Case for the Copyright Protection of Gameplay” – Joseph Lau Chin Yang; “Does s 122A of the Trade Marks Act Achieve the Australian Government’s Policy Goal of Allowing for the Parallel Importation of Genuine Goods?” – Omid Komeili; and “Joint Authorship and the Contribution of Ideas: English Lessons in Kogan” – Claire Roberts. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; and Obituary: Vale Peter Heerey.
The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “Unconscionable Conduct: An Unconscionably High Standard? An Assessment of whether an Unfair Trading Practices Prohibition Should Be Introduced to Capture Conduct Engaged in By Digital Platforms” – Kate French; and “Antitrust Economic Principles and Intellectual Property Licensing Fees” – Christopher Pleatsikas.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Unconscionable Conduct – Quo Vadis?”; Administration and Competition Policy: “Assessing a Merger Control Regime: Relevant Factors” – Dr Luke Wainscoat; Authorisations and Notifications: “Country Press Australia’s Collective Bargaining Notification” – Holly Cao; Defective Goods: “Defective Medical Devices, Defamatory Statements about Alleged Defects, and Retaining Walls and Paving Make a Lot of Appellate Work” – T H J Cadd; Restrictive Trade Practices: “Reforming Australia’s Merger Regime” – Julie Clarke; Case Note: “Profits, Policy and Privatisation: What the Federal Court’s Decision in the NSW Ports Case Means for Private Companies Bidding for State-owned Infrastructure Assets” – Rachel White; Energy Etchings: “AER Year in Review – Committed to Making Energy Consumers Better Off, Now and in the Future” – Australian Energy Regulator; Council Considerations: “The Council’s Work during 2020–2021” – Malika Bouhafs; Commission Cameos: “To Merge or Not to Merge – What Is the Answer?” – Hank Spier; Consumer Concerns: “Grounded: Consumer Experiences of Travel Cancellations throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Case for Reform” – Alison Elliott; Report from China: “SAMR’s Approach for Merger Review in Digital Sector” – Sharon Henrick, Liu Cheng and Mengzhen Wang; Report from India: “Major Developments in Competition Law in 2020–2021” – Vaishali Mittal and Siddhant Chamola; and Report from Russia: “Russian Antitrust Enforcement in Digital Markets: Cases Brought By the FAS of Russia against Booking.com and Apple” – Evgeny Khokhlov and Anna Zabolotnykh.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “Quantum Meruit and Entire Obligations in and after Mann v Paterson Constructions” – Jonathon Moore QC; and “Fitness for Purpose in Design and Construct: A Storm in a Teacup?” – Matthew Hawke.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The Growing Importance of Dispute Boards in Australian Infrastructure Projects”; Reports on the following cases: Tanah Merah Vic Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Gardner Group Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Elenberg Fraser Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Yuanda Vic Pty Ltd v Façade Designs International Pty Ltd; Parrwood Pty Ltd v Trinity Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd; Ziegler as trustee for the Doris Gayst Testamentary Trust v Cenric Group Pty Ltd; and Book Review: “The International Compendium of Construction Contracts”, edited by Phillip Greenham and the Society of Construction Law Australia – Reviewed by Kevin Pascoe.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Panic Buy-Backs: Share Buy-Backs in a Pandemic” – Myles Bayliss; and “Thirty Years since the First Conviction for Insider Trading: How Far Has Australia Come?” – Juliette Overland. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; and Company Law: “Implications of the United Kingdom’s Approach for Parent Company Liability in Australia” – Dr Chris McGrath.
This Issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal includes the following articles: “Carving the Path for the Future of Climate Change Litigation Using Tort Law: A Comparative Case Study of the Australian Sharma Decision and the Dutch Decision of Urgenda” – Eloise Culic; “Solastalgia: Recognition by the Land and Environment Court of the Social Impacts of Fossil Fuel Developments” – Jasper Brown, Matt Floro, Francesca Cutri and Grace Huang; “What Is ‘Waste’ for the Purposes of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (NSW) and the Practical Implications for Its Management, Including Opportunities and Challenges for Resource Recovery and Re-use, on Linear Infrastructure Projects in New South Wales?” – Nathan Hegerty; “Opportunities to Regulate Greenhouse Gas Emissions as Air Pollution” – Rebecca Hiscock; “Carrots and Sticks: Is There Room for More Anti-pollution Incentives?” – Kenny Ng; and “Unbearable Darkness of Denial – The Conundrum of Nature Resource Development on Country” – Dr Judith Preston.
The latest Part of the Journal of Judicial Administration includes the following articles: “A Pathway to Fair(er) Trials: Why We Need a Juries Advisory Council” – Greg Byrne; “The Feasibility of Mainstreaming Therapeutic Jurisprudence within the South-East Queensland Magistrate’s Courts in 2021” – Rhondda Waterworth; and “Illegally or Improperly Obtained Evidence: Time to Reform s 138 of the Uniform Evidence Legislation?” – Andrew Hemming.