The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “Cladding – Who Will Pay?” – Mark Waller, Chris Erfurt and Tara Mulroy; and “Is the Prevention Principle Still Relevant? A Case for Statutory Intervention” – Michael Elliott.
Also in this Part is an Editorial; Book Review: “International Construction Contract Law (2nd ed)” by Lukas Klee – Reviewed by Rami Marginean; Case Note: “Termination of Construction Contracts: The Good Faith Risk” – Jeffrey Goldberger, Emanuel Confos and Harriet Oldmeadow; and Reports on the following cases: Santos Ltd v BNP Paribas; Icon Co (NSW) Pty Ltd v Australia Avenue Developments Pty Ltd; and Robinson v 470 St Kilda Road Pty Ltd.
This issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “Social Responsibilities of the Global Pharmaceutical Companies: Towards an Ethical Health Care Paradigm” – Abhay Vir Singh Kanwar and Mia Mahmudur Rahim; “Legislative Capture: A Critical Consideration in the Commercial Determinants of Public Health” – Tony Brown; “Rational Social Impact Assessment of Alcohol Outlets: Slip Sliding Away” – Alison Ziller and Tony Brown; “Mandatory Welfare Drug Treatment in Australia” – Allan Ardill;”A Cross-sectional Survey of Health Professionals’ Attitudes toward Medicinal Cannabis Use as Part of Cancer Management” – Denesh Hewa-Gamage, Sarah Blaschke, Allison Drosdowsky, Trista Koproski, Anna Braun and Steve Ellen; “Outcome Bias in Clinical Negligence Medico-legal Cases” – Thom Petty, Lucy Stephenson, Pierre Campbell and Terence Stephenson; “Occupational Therapy Domestic Needs Assessment: Lawyer Perspectives” – Susan Arnold, Lynette Mackenzie, Michael Millington and Carole James; “Retained Surgical Items: Lessons from Australian Case Law of Items Unintentionally Left Behind in Patients after Surgery” – Tina Cockburn, Juliet Davis, and Sonya Osborne; “Understanding Client Vulnerability in the Disciplining of Legal Professionals in New South Wales” – Jennifer Schulz-Moore, Kate Diesfeld and Christine Forster; “Dealing with Patent Fragmentation in Genetics: Can Patent Pools Facilitate the Development of CRISPR Gene-Editing Technology?” – Alessandro Stasi and Isabel Pereira Rodrigues; “Considering the Provision of Growth Attenuation Treatment to Profoundly Disabled Children in Light of the Family Court’s Welfare Jurisdiction” – Elpitha (Peta) Lee Spyrou; “Advance Care Planning: A Communitarian Approach?” – Tracey Evans Chan; “Teachers’ Health, Wellbeing and Professional Misconduct. An Exploratory Analysis of Cases from New Zealand’s Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal 2017–2018” – Marta Rychert and Kate Diesfeld; and “Decisional Competence and Fitness to Stand Trial in New Zealand” – Brent Hyslop.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Encouraging and Rewarding the Whistleblower in Research Misconduct Cases” – Ian Freckelton QC; Legal Issues: “Electroconvulsive Therapy without Consent: The Influence of Human Rights Law” – Bernadette McSherry; Medical Issues: “The Role of Patient-reported Outcome Measures in Post-operative Death Investigations” – Anant Divyang Butala, Joseph Elias Ibrahim, Lyndal Bugeja and David Ranson; Medical Law Reporter: “Australian Medical Professionals, National Security and Administrative Offshore Punishment of Asylum-Seekers: Regulatory Update Including the Medevac Legislation” – Sarah Miller and Thomas Faunce; and Obituary: Thomas Alured Faunce. There is also a review of the following book: “Defeating the Ministers of Death; The Compelling History of Vaccination” by David Isaacs – Reviewed by Ian Freckelton QC.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “The History of the Law of Commercial Arbitration” – The Hon TF Bathurst; and “Collaborative Contracting Comeback” – Lina Fischer, Christopher Slocombe, Andrew Fry and Edwina Higgins. Also in this Part is an Editorial; Book Review: “Arbitration in Singapore – A Practical Guide (2nd Ed), by the Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon (Editor-in-Chief), Francis Xavier SC, Chong Yee Leong and Lucy Reed (General Editors)” – Reviewed by Michael Christie SC; and Reports on the following cases: Duro Felguera Australia Pty Ltd v Trans Global Projects Pty Ltd (In Liq); Goodwin Street Developments Pty Ltd v DSD Builders Pty Ltd; and Gambaro Pty Ltd v Rohrig (Qld) Pty Ltd.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Statistics on Trial” – Professor John S Croucher AM; “Limitation of Actions and Specific Performance” – Perry Herzfeld; “Liability of Educational Institutions for Child Abuse” – Jack Maxwell; “From Morotai To Manus: The Australian War Crimes Trials of The Japanese, 1945–1951 and The Australian Legal Profession” – Narrelle Morris; and “Law Schools and The Burden Of Bureaucracy: Release The Yoke (A Plea From The Coalface). Part 2: International Comparators and A Proposal” – Olivia Rundle and Lynden Griggs. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Letter to the Editor; Conveyancing and Property; Corporations and Securities; Class Actions; Around the Nation: Australian Capital Territory; Personalia; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Australian Tax Review includes the following articles: “Where Are All the Women in Tax?” – Ann O’Connell; “Laws to Protect Tax Whistleblowing in Australia: What Does This Mean for Taxpayers and the Taxation Profession?” – John McLaren; and “The Design Elements of Flow-Through Taxation” – Alex Evans. There is also an Editorial; and a Book Review: “Back to the Future: Double Taxation and the League of Nations” by Sunita Jogarajan – Reviewed by Gareth Redenbach.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal contains the following articles: “Courts as (Living) Institutions and Workplaces” – Chief Justice James Allsop; “Law Reform – Future Directions” – The Hon Justice S C Derrington; “Law Schools and The Burden Of Bureaucracy: Release The Yoke (A Plea From The Coalface). Part 1: Over-Regulation in Australia” – Olivia Rundle and Lynden Griggs; and “The Animal as a Chattel? Conferring Equitable Rights on Nonhuman Animals” – Scott Wotherspoon. This Part also includes the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Environmental Law; Corporations and Securities; Statutory Interpretation; Around the Nation: Australian Capital Territory; Around the Nation: Northern Territory; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Family Law Review includes the following material: “Less House, More Home: Adolescent and Young Adults’ Experiences of Home Following Parental Separation” – Leanne Francia and Prudence Millear; “Equity, the Free Market and Financial Agreements in Family Law: Thorne v Kennedy” – Lisa Sarmas and Belinda Fehlberg; “English Pension Sharing after Australian Divorce” – David Salter and Ellie Foster; Professional Insights: “Practical Tips from Thorne v Kennedy” – Genevieve Smit; Child Support: “The Substitution Order in Child Support Litigation” – Simon Bacon; In the High Court: “The High Court’s First Foray into Financial Agreements: Thorne v Kennedy” – Trevor McKenna; and Book Review: “Rewriting Children’s Rights Judgments” by Helen Stalford, Kathryn Hollingsworth and Stephen Gilmore (eds) – Reviewed by Richard Ingleby.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “Notices, Time Bars and Proportionality: – Sir Rupert Jackson; and “Construction Disputes as Treaty Claims: A Claim by Another Name” – Leon Firios and Kanaga Dharmananda SC. Also in this Part is an Editorial; Book Review: “Estoppel by Conduct and Election (2nd ed) by the Honourable KR Handley QC” – Reviewed by Michael Christie SC; and Reports on the following cases: Actron Investments Queensland Pty Ltd v DEQ Consulting Pty Ltd; Mann v Patterson Constructions Pty Ltd; and Ian Street Developer Pty Ltd v Arrow International Pty Ltd.
The latest Part of the Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice includes the following articles: “SolarCoin: Virtual Currency Meets Solar Electricity – A Bright Future?” – Ben Hartsuyke; “Unfairness in Islamic Finance Contracts: The Malaysian Case” – Adnan Trakic; and “Romalpa Suppliers and the PPSA – For Better or Worse in Insolvency – Part I” – David Morrison and Matthew Broderick. Also in this Part are the following Sections: Banking Law and Banking Practice; Commercial and Finance Law; Insolvency Law and Management; Tax and Stamp Duty; and Book Review.
This Part includes the following articles: “Standards of Appellate Review in Public Law Australia” – Kristina Stern and Georgina Westgarth; “Deliberation and Automation – When is a Decision a ‘Decision’?” – Yee-Fui Ng and Maria O’Sullivan; and “Re-thinking Bias in the Age of Automation” – Sarah Lim. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; Current Issues; and Book Review.