The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “The “Safe Harbour” Reform of Directors’ Insolvent Trading Liability in Australia: Insolvency Professionals’ Views” – Ian Ramsay and Stacey Steele; “To Bar Order, or Not to Bar Order: Facilitating Settlement in Australian Anti-Cartel Class Actions” – Bethany Moore; “Reforming Private Whistleblower Protections – What Next in Australia?” – David A Chaikin; and “Financial Reporting and Disclosure of Intangible and Intellectual Property Assets by Australian Listed Entities Between 2004 and 2018” – Tony Ciro and Bülend Terzioglu. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial by Michael Terceiro; Consumer Protection: “Making Liars of Us All!” – Ian Tonking SC; and Commercial Litigation: “In-house Counsel, the Requirement of Independence and Legal Professional Privilege – Martin v Norton Rose Fulbright Australia (No 2)  FCA 96” – Michael Legg.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes an Editorial by Michael Terceiro. It also contains the following articles: “Selling Printed Goods or Facilitating Printing Gigs: The Redbubble Puzzle” – David J Brennan; “The 2018 Review of the Franchising Code of Conduct: Epicentre of a Year of Scrutiny for Australian Franchising” – Jenny Buchan; “Confessions of an Earnest Regulator” – Michael T Schaper; and the following sections: Competition Law and Market Regulation: “Harper Report Implementation Breakdown: Repeal of Section 51(3) of Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and Lack of Proposed Supply/Acquisition Agreement Cartel Exception” – Brent Fisse; and Commercial Litigation: “The Privileges against Self-incrimination and Self-exposure to Penalties in Commercial Litigation: Sadie Ville v Deloitte” – Michael Legg and Stephanie Crosbie.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review contains the following articles: “A Conceptual Assessment of Board Skills in ASX 100 Companies” – Thea Voogt; and “Gender Disparity in Cartel Conduct” – Andrew Christopher and Sarah Andrew. It also contains the following sections: Commercial Litigation: “Australian Federal Court Reforms Class Actions Settlement Practice” – Michael Legg and John Emmerig; and Acknowledgments.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “US Supreme Court revises fraud on the market presumption: Ramifications for Australian shareholder class actions” – Michael Legg, John Emmerig and Georgina Westgarth; “Bank guarantees and the reasonable expectations of beneficiaries” – Bill Dixon; “Cartels, extraterritoriality, and the Harper Review – the search for a connecting factor” – Ian Stewart; “Rural Press: A game of collusion” – Nicholas Twomey; and “Remote signing protocols for financing transactions” – The Walrus Committee. Also in this Part are the following sections: Media and Telecommunications: “Competition Law and Digital Disruption – Insights for Australia” – Dr Martyn Taylor; and Commercial Litigation: “Unions overplaying their hand? Terminating bargains in the mining sector – An analysis of Re Aurizon Operations Ltd  FWCFB 540 – Louise Floyd.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following content: “Equity crowdfunding in Australia: A regulatory balancing act” – Tim Ancev; “Commercial litigation under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth): Part I” – Matthew Broderick, Dr David Morrison and Emma Ramage; “Section 1322 as a response to the complexity of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)” – Hui Xian Chia and Ian Ramsay; “Aspects of the law relating to contested elections of directors” – Rodd Levy; “Is a charitable donation by an insolvent company an uncommercial transaction under s 588FB of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)?” – Peter Sise; Corporate Insolvency: “The productivity commission, corporate insolvency and phoenix companies” – Helen Anderson, Ann O’Connell, Ian Ramsay, Michelle Welsh and Hannah Withers
The latest Part of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice includes the following content: Comments: “Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board: Doctors’ duty of disclosure”; and “Vidal-Hall v Google Inc: Misuse of private information recognised as a tort?”; Case notes: “Giedo van der Garde BV v Sauber Motorsport AG (2015) 294 FLR 367;  VSC 80: The need for speedy enforcement”; “Selig v Wealthsure Pty Ltd (2015) 89 ALJR 572;  HCA 18: High Court of Australia limits federal proportionate liability regimes to misleading or deceptive conduct”; and “Re Felicity (No 4)  NSWCA 19: Costs orders against a solicitor for serious incompetence”; and Articles: “Commercial litigation in Australia: An empirical study” – Asjeet S Lamba and Ian Ramsay; and “Communications by counsel” – Richard Lilley and Justin Carter.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Circular priority conundrums – cutting the Gordian knot” – Bruce Whittaker; “Extraterritorial application of Pt IV of the Competition and Consumer Act” – Ian B Stewart; and “Businesses are people too? Anomalies in widening the ambits of “consumer” under consumer credit law” – Franci Cantatore and Brenda Marshall. Also in this Part are the following sections: Competition Law and Market Regulation; Commercial Litigation; and Contracts and Restitution.
The final Part of Volume 1 of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice publishes the following material: “Civil procedure and commercial arbitration reforms in Victoria” – Hon Robert Clark, Attorney-General of Victoria; “Appellate judgments – the need for clarity” – Justice James Allsop; “Some ethical issues: A view from the bench” – Hon Justice John Griffıths; “Remedies in commercial litigation” – Justice Robert McDougall; “How to conduct a hearing” – Hon Peter Heerey AM QC; and “In locals we trust – foreigners pay cash: Rethinking security for costs against foreign residents” – Michael John Raine.
The August 2011 issue of the Australian Business Law Review contains several interesting pieces on a range of topics. There are articles on the use of infringement notices by ASIC for alleged continuous disclosure contraventions, the Australian doctrinal position against the backdrop of good faith, the effect of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) on the Sale of Goods exceptions and much more.
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.