The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal contains an interesting range of articles and sections related to insolvency law. There are articles on guarantors’ rights under s 420A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), voluntary administration in New Zealand and how that system differs from the one in Australia and the role and use of debt agreements in Australian personal insolvency law. There is also a Recent Developments section, a Report from New Zealand and a book review.
Thomson Reuters is proud to announce the forthcoming new Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice. If you want access to a range of articles, case notes, comments and more on a broad range of practice, procedure and litigation topics, then this is the journal for you.
The latest issue of Online Currents contains the usual mix of articles and sections on a variety of helpful topics. The articles cover such diverse subjects as the importance of fiction and non-fiction lending in Australian public libraries, useful internet sites for travellers, the use of online technology to collect information or elicit commitments and websites about meteorology and natural disasters. Also included in the Part are various Sections, such as Company News, Bookshelf and Journals and Conferences, Meetings and Seminars.
The October 2011 issue of the Criminal Law Journal includes an examination of military justice within the context of the constitution, an empirical analysis of the theory of general deterrence as one of the principal objectives of sentencing and a comment on the issue of pre-recording children’s evidence. There is also a digest of criminal law cases and the 2010-2011 Sentencing Review.
The October 2011 Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal has articles on continuous disclosure in Australia and the obligations and liabilities of the key players in managed investment schemes in the context of the Trio Capital/Astarra fraud investigation. This Part also includes a Corporate Finance section discussing mining joint ventures and securitisation of residential mortgage-backed securities. Finally the Note from New Zealand focuses on a new financial markets law.
The October issue of Family Law Review promises an interesting mix of material on various aspects of family law. It includes an article that looks at the changes to surrogacy laws and compares the State surrogacy regimes in Australia. The Family Dispute Resolution section discusses how to work effectively with Family Relationship Centres and the International Family Law section examines protection from forced and servile marriages. There is also a book review and several case notes on recent family law cases.
The October 2011 issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal contains articles on the advantages and disadvantages of arbitration in the Australian construction industry and a recent decision by the Singapore Court of Appeal regarding the issue of enforcing a dispute adjudication board decision. There is also an Editorial and two Reports.
The latest issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal contains four articles discussing and analyzing a range of topics within environmental law, including urban rivers and riparian systems, carbon reduction schemes and the energy sector, legal frameworks for regulating biosequestration in Australia and the broad concept of environmental taxation and environmental sustainability.
The September 2011 Part of The Queensland Lawyer includes articles and sections on an interesting range of topics, including, but not limited to, the changes made to the objection and appeal process available to landowners, the ethical principles that underpin the need to obtain consent for “do not resuscitate” orders, pre-sentence reports and the commercial surrogacy dilemma.
The September issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine contains several interesting articles on a variety of topics within medical law. It includes articles on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and a mother’s duty of care, regulation of nanomedical products in New Zealand, the regulation of pharmacy ownership in Australia and the ethical concerns related to young children being regenerative tissue donors. The Part also includes the regular sections, including Legal issues, Bioethical issues and Book reviews, plus much more.