The April 2011 issue of Online Currents contains articles on the art of conversation, the semantic web, charity via the internet and bibliographic software. There are also sections providing updates on the latest company news, what’s happening around the blogs, recommended publications and the latest databases, aggregators, conferences, meetings and seminars.
The March 2011 issue of the Insolvency Law Journal contains articles on the enforceability of ipso facto clauses, debt restructuring procedures and the impact on creditor rights and the tracing of misappropriated funds in a liquidation. There are also recent developments and a Report from New Zealand.
The March 2011 issue of The Australian Law Journal contains a range of section notes on topics such as Aboriginal sentencing, contempt of court issues, easements, Kosovo’s declaration of independence, and the negligence of solicitors in preparing wills. It also features an articles from Chief Justice Robert French on comparative legal systems, and articles on family law and compulsory acquisition.
The March 2011 issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal contains notes and articles on ASIC disclosure, oppression and winding-up orders, financial advisers’ duty of care and insight into developments in mergers and takeovers law in Malaysia, among other topics.
The March 2011 issue of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal contains articles on transitioning to a low-emissions economy in relation to the electricity generation sector, who the responsibility lies with for fire and emergency management, security for biodiversity offsets in NSW and a comparative analysis of carbon pricing in jurisdictions other than Australia.
The March 2011 issue of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice contains comments and articles on the Personal Property Securities Act, home loan exit fees, cross-border insolvency laws and a variety of other financial issues relevant in Australia and overseas.
The March 2011 issue of The Queensland Lawyer contains comments and articles on a range of topics relevant to Queensland practitioners, including the meaning of “material prejudice”, the Moynihan reforms, guardianship reforms, NK Collins Industries Pty Ltd v President of the Industrial Court of Queensland, medical negligence, PIPA disclosure and police “move-on” powers.
The March 2011 issue of Public Law Review contains comments and articles on outsourcing, the Murray-Darling Basis Plan, the Momcilovic Court and the Victorian Charter of Human Rights, and the role of the Governor-General in forming government in a hung Parliament.