The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “Will ADR improve the Australian Taxation Office’s dispute resolution processes?” – Christopher Budd; “Accommodating common mental health issues in mediation” – Rebekah M Doley; “Mediation in the coal-seam gas industry: Improvements made for local stakeholders to grant a social licence” – Danelle Gagliardi; “Was that said with a smile? Factors influencing effective online negotiations” – Claire Holland and Dr Donnalee Taylor; “Should you “lay bare your soul”? The shifting landscape of mediation privilege in New Zealand” – Nina Khouri; “Competing dispute resolution clauses: Arbitration over litigation in Singapore?” – Jasmine Sze Hui Low; and “ADR in VCAT’s guardianship and residential tenancies lists: Room for improvement?” – Claire Thurstans. It also contains Case Notes: “Suing your mediator for negligence; and mediation media watch” – David Spencer.
The final Part of the Australian Tax Review for 2014 includes the following two articles: “Is the GST unconstitutional? Some s 55 problems revisited” – Steven Spadijer; and “Are returns received by householders from electricity generated by solar panels assessable income?” – John Passant, John McLaren and Parulian Silaen.
The latest Part of AT Rev includes the following articles: “The politics of tax: Can it be disinfected?” – The Hon Justice Richard Edmonds; “An international dimension to the politics of tax” – The Hon Justice Logan RFD; “The dangers of the ATO’s “policy intent” approach to the construction of Tax Acts” – Mark Robertson QC; “The consequences of disposals of part interests in mineral and petroleum tenements” – Antony Barrier; and “A re-evaluation of deprival value: The case of specialised in-situ asset valuation” – Dr Hung Chu.
The June 2012 issue of the Australian GST Journal is a Special Issue with papers from The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia’s National GST Symposium 2012. Five articles are included in this Part: “Interpretation of s 11-15: Significance of the text, context and history” by Justice Richard Edmonds; “A consideration of the jurisprudence in relation to the deduction provisions in the Income Tax Assessment Acts” by David Bloom QC; “What’s VAT got to do with it?” by Associate Professor Rebecca Millar; “Input tax relief and financial supplies: Nexus and relevance for apportionment” by John de Wijn QC and “An ATO perspective on the creditable purpose test” by Robert Olding. Not to be missed!
The Australian GST Journal (AGSTJ) has been re-launched with a new look and feel. We are moving to longer, quarterly issues which give us increased scope to publish substantive analytical papers on GST matters. This allows AGSTJ to match the quality of analysis and debate of our other journals such as Australian Tax Review. For ...more
The latest issue of the Insolvency Law Journal contains an interesting mix of material, including articles on such diverse topics as the history and development of bankruptcy, jurisprudence concerning the legitimacy of fixed charges over receivables and the role of the ATO in insolvency law. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.