The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “War on two fronts: Harmonising the public and private enforcement of Australia’s corporate disclosure laws” – Nicholas Bentley; “Managed investment schemes: Liability of directors of responsible entities where the responsible entity breaches the law” – Dr Rosemary Teele Langford. This issue also includes the following sections: Editorial; Company Law – Robert Baxt AO: “An analysis of shareholder resolutions involving Australian listed companies from 2004 to 2013” – Hui Xian Chia and Ian Ramsay; Corporate Insolvency – Helen Anderson: “ASIC, Phoenix activity and the view from the outside” – Helen Anderson, Ian Ramsay and Michelle Welsh; Corporate Governance, Corporate Responsibility and Law – Jean du Plessis: “Independent director requirements in Australia and the Asian region” – Luke Nottage and Fady Aoun.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “The who, why and what of enforceable undertakings accepted by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission” – Helen Bird, George Gilligan and Ian Ramsay; and “Safe harbour or shipwreck? A critical analysis of the proposed safe harbour for insolvent trading” – Carmen Boothman. This issue also includes the following sections: Company Law – Robert Baxt AO: “Babcock & Brown’s last hurrah: The latest on dividends and continuous disclosure” – Jonathan M Cheyne; “Has the introduction of civil penalties increased the speed and success rate of directors’ duties cases?” – Jasper Hedges and Ian Ramsay; and Directors’ Duties – Rosemary Teele Langford: “The Corporate Culture Chameleon: Reflections and reporting” – Rosemary Teele Langford.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Sunlight as the disinfectant for phoenix activity” – Helen Anderson; “Embracing Myanmar’s future: Reforming the 100-year-old Companies Act” – Dr Kath Hall, Dr Daw Than Nwe and Dr Khin Khin Oo; and “The controversy continues: The case for regulatory reform on members’ resolutions in Australia” – Ben Jacobsen and Howard Pender. This issue also includes the following sections: Company Law – Professor Robert Baxt AO: “The possible role of shadow directors in the collapse of Queensland Nickel Pty Ltd”; Takeovers and Public Securities – James Philips and Costas Condoleon: “Adjusting bid price for the value of franking credits in hostile bids”; Corporate Insolvency – Helen Anderson: “Labor’s policy to deal with phoenix activity affecting employees”; and Securities Industry and Managed Investments – Pamela Hanrahan: “Revisiting responsible entity directors’ liability to scheme members”.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following content: “Requiring proof of individual reliance to establish causation in disclosure-based shareholder class actions: The role of principle and policy” – James Argent; “Equitable subrogation of banks and other secured creditors for the recovery of statutory employee entitlements: A ‘new class of case’ or simply a different perspective?” – Dr Garry J Hamilton; “‘The easy way or the hard way’: Should directors cooperate with regulators?” – Emily Rumble; and the following sections: Corporate Governance, Corporate Responsibility and Law – Professor Jean Jacques du Plessis: “Barbarians at the gate? Activist investors and s 249N of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)” – Jason Harris; and Overseas Notes: Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia: “Modernising company law: The Singapore experience” – Pey-Woan Lee and Christopher Chen.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “The duty to act in the best interests of the public entity in Victoria: Legal and empirical meanings” – Marco Bini; “Equitable money remedies against financial advisers who give “advice about advice”” – Simone Degeling and Jessica Hudson; “Integrated reporting and directors’ concerns about personal liability exposure: Law reform options” – Anna Huggins, Roger Simnett and Anil Hargovan; and the following sections: Company Law: “Enforcement of continuous disclosure laws by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission” – Ian Ramsay; and Directors’ Duties: “Conflicts, proactive disclosure and s 181 of the Corporations Act” – Rosemary Teele Langford.
The latest Part of C&SLJ includes the following articles: “When will derivative liability enhance corporate regulatory compliance?” – Daniella Spencer-Laitt; and “Unlisted and unrated debentures – the end, or a new beginning?” – Terence W Wong. Also in this Part are the following sections: Company Law; Securities Industry and Managed Investments; and Shareholders Remedies.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Small amount loans and the Consumer Credit Legislation Amendment (Enhancements) Act 2012” – Andrew J Serpell; “Thinking outside the square – alternative approaches to the protection of employee entitlements” – Helen Anderson; and “Conflicting (public) interests affecting disclosure: Section 19 examinations, legal professional privilege and public interest immunity” – Emily Rumble. Also included in this Part are the following sections: Directors Duties: “Stakeholder interests – balancing or considering?” – Rosemary Langford; and Company Law: “Responsibilities of the board of directors: A research note” – Ian Ramsay and Reegan Grayson Morison.
The February 2012 issue of C&SLJ includes articles on the avenues available to directors to protect themselves from liability for insolvent trading and the role and utility of opinions rendered by independent financial advisers for public takeovers in Singapore. The Company law section includes an empirical study of company securities trading policies. The Corporate finance section has Pt 2 of Omar Salah’s examination of the legal infrastructure of sukuk structures. Finally, the Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia section discusses insider dealing in Hong Kong.