The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Concurrent liability: Where have things gone wrong?” – Lord Justice Rupert Jackson; “Qualified privilege in defamation and the evolution of the doctrine of reportage” – Sarah Gale; “The ghost in the machine: Legal challenges of neural interface devices” – Scott Kiel-Chisholm and John Devereux; and “Googols of liability and censoring the internet – the liability of internet intermediaries for defamation: Part II” – Andrew Row. There is also a book review of The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts by Brandon D Stewart and Alexandra Mogyoros.
The latest Part of The Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Evergreen? The environmental law of torts” – Lynda Collins; “Public authority liability and the chilling effect” – Jef De Mot and Michael Faure; “Known knowns and known unknowns: The mysteries of intentional torts against the person” – John Devereux; and “Googols of liability and censoring the internet – the liability of internet intermediaries for defamation: Part I” – Andrew Row.
The Winter 2013 issue of Workplace Review publishes articles on social media risks for employers, unlawful termination provisions in the Fair Work Act, responsible advocacy in the Fair Work Commission and the need for democratic reform of trade unions in Australia. Also in this issue is an interview of Janet Albrechtsen, a review of the book “Political Animal: The Making of Tony Abbott”, a Vale of Charles Copeman AM, as well as the Diary, The Last Word and Focus On: SA.
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review publishes the following material: “When worlds collide: Transatlantic efforts to curb libel tourism and their implications for Australia” – Michael Gillooly; “Wilkinson v Downton: Pathways to the future?” – Peter Handford; “A consideration of “scope of liability” within the Restatements” – Nicola Bodor; and “Simplifying Canadian negligence actions against public authorities – or maybe not “– Bruce Feldthusen.
The April 2011 issue of The Tort Law Review contains articles on public authority liability in negligence, recovery for pyschiatric illness in Canada, the law of nuisance with reference to the Scottish planning regime and the liability of schools in cases of bullying, together with a comment on the meaning of defamation.