The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “The Liability of Social Media Influencers to Consumers in Australia: Recommendations for Reform” – Asal Ozgoli; and “Reviewing Concerted Practices and Misuse of Market Power” – Arihant Agarwal. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “An Appeal to Feelings”; Consumer Protection: “The Assessment of Damages Involving Counterfactual Analysis: Guidance from the High Court” – Rebecca Bunting; Unconscionable Conduct and Codes of Conduct: “Mandatory Industry Codes and Digital Markets” – Deniz Kayis; Case Note: “Criminal Cartel Conduct: Chartered Waters for Wallenius” – Louise Moussa; Tribunal Tableaux: “The Australian Competition Tribunal in 2020” – Tim Luxton; Snapshots: “A Short Point but a Good One – Agreed Civil Penalties Engage the Court’s Discretion” – Douglas Shirrefs; Landmarks: “Enduring Implications for Competition Law Issues in the Modern Data Economy: Lessons from Re ASX Operations Pty Ltd and Pont Data Australia Pty Ltd” – Mei Gong and Ayman Guirguis; Report from Latin America; Report from New Zealand: “The Supreme Court of New Zealand on Price-Fixing” – Lindsay Trotman and Matthew Berkahn; Book Review: “Australian Consumer Law: The Comprehensive Guide”, by Adrian Coorey; Worth Repeating; and Odds & Ends.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review publishes the following articles: “A step too far in consumer credit protection: Are external dispute resolution schemes wielding the sword of Damocles?” – Franci Cantatore and Brenda Marshall; “Advertising by professions and the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)” – Anthony Gray; “Do deep pockets have a place in competition analysis?” – Rhonda L Smith and David K Round; and “How likely is “likely”? Metcash, counterfactuals and proof under s 50” – Daniel McCracken-Hewson. There is also a Consumer Dealings section and a Franchising section.