The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Illegal phoenix activity: Quantifying its incidence and cost” – Helen Anderson, Ian Ramsay and Michelle Welsh; “Unfair preferences: Putting an end to the peak indebtedness ‘rule’” – Stephen Russell and Sean Russell; and “The Australian Taxation Office – what role does it play in anti-phoenix activity?” – Colin Anderson, Jennifer Dickfos and Catherine Brown. It also contains and Editorial and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “The appointment of voluntary administrators, their conduct, and aspects of insolvency” – Dr David Morrison; Report from New Zealand: “Voidable transactions: recent developments” – Lynne Taylor; and a Book Review: “Cross-border Insolvency Law” – Stewart Maiden.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following content: “Developing Australia’s framework for corporate prosecutions” – Luke Hastings, Grant Marjoribanks and Jeremy Birch; “Misleading or deceptive conduct in the provision of financial services: an empirical and theoretical critique of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 (Cth)” – Emily Klotz; “From the Wallis report to the Murray report: a critical analysis of the financial services regime between two financial system inquiries” – Matthew Peckham; and the following sections: Corporate Insolvency: “Receivership and restructuring: The Australian Productivity Commission’s proposed reforms to s 420A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)” – Jennifer Dickfos and Catherine Brown.
The last Part for Volume 22 of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “On the brink: Creditors as shadow directors when dealing with debtors approaching insolvency” – John R Anderson; and “Mind the insolvency gap: Lessons to be learned from audit expectations gap theory” – Colin Anderson and Catherine Brown. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal publishes the following articles: “Demanding a change: Time to act on statutory demands” – Colin Anderson and Catherine Brown; “Enforcing rights under the PPSA: Honestly and in a commercially reasonable manner” – Susan Colley; and “Development of bankruptcy process in the late Republic and its relationship to modern bankruptcy” – Michael Quilter. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand. Not to be missed!
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.