The June 2011 issue of the Australian Law Journal contains several interesting pieces on a variety of topics, including the “peak indebtedness” theory, the impact Lewis Carroll has had on case law and good faith in Australian contract law.
The June 2011 issue of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice contains several interesting pieces on different areas of banking and finance law. This includes articles on penalties in banking transactions and mistaken internet payments and sections on unlcaimed money and Chinese anti-monopoly regulations, and much more.
The June 2011 update of the Journal of Law and Medicine has a wide range of interesting articles and sections. There are articles on mental health legislation in Australian emergency departments, ethical practice for complementary and alternative medicine practitioners, individual responsibility and the attribution of liability and the legal role of medical professionals in decisions regarding life-sustaining treatment. There are also several interesting section notes including Nursing Issues, Bioethical Issues and Medical Law Reporter.
The June issue of the Public Law Review is full of a range of interesting material, including an article on the meaning given to the interpretation provisions of statutory bills of rights across several jurisdictions, both within Australia and internationally, the difficulties associated with the separation of judicial power and on the role of judges in couter-terrorism questioning and detention. There are also Comments and Developments sections, as well as a book review.
The June 2011 issue of Family Law Review contains several interesting pieces about various aspects of family law, including Professional Insights, Recent Cases and International Family Law. There is also an article about collaborative law in Australia, with particular reference to family lawyers in the ACT.
The June 2011 issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes content on a range of topics, including the need to change the Australian framework for insolvent trading and directors’ fear of personal liability for the conduct of a corporation. There is also a section on Corporate Finance and a note from New Zealand.
The June issue of the Criminal Law Journal contains some interesting articles on various aspects of criminal law. These include articles on restorative justice with relation to environmental crime, an analysis of judge alone trials in Australia and recent developments in Canadian criminal law.
The June 2011 issue of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes many interesting pieces, including articles on the fate of extended warranties under the Australian Consumer Law and the High Court’s rejections of loss of chance damages in cases of medical negligence. There are also several interesting section notes on a variety of topics, including Defective Goods, Economic(s) Matters and Commission Cameos.
The June 2011 issue of the Australian Business Law Review contains a range of interesting content including articles on ex-post assessments of competition agencies decisions, how the theoretical approach to coordinated effects analysis has changed over time and cartel compensation from a consumer’s perspective. There is also a section on Commercial Litigation and one on Media and Telecommunications.
The June 2011 issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal contains two interesting articles on the use of Scott Schedules in litigation and a comparison between the Australian security of payment legislation and the US construction lien laws. There is also a Book Review and three Reports.