The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “Regulation in the Sharing Economy: The Sharing Economy: The Modern Consumer’s Challenge” – Connor Hogg; “Blockchain: Issues in Australian Competition and Consumer Law” – Michael Milnes; “Can a Big Business Avail Itself of the Unfair Contract Term Provisions in the Australian Consumer Law?” – Peter Sise; and the following sections: Access to Services; Defective Goods; Case Note; Commission Cameos; Snapshots, Report from Asia; and Report from North America.
This issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “The Impact of the Law in Helping or Hindering Fertility Preservation for Children with Cancer Facing Gonadotoxic Therapies” – Sonia Allan, Debra Gook and Yasmin Jayasinghe; “To Mandate or Not to Mandate: A Review of Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect” – Natalie A MacCormick; “Domestic and Family Violence, Reproductive Coercion and the Role for Law” – Heather Douglas and Katherine Kerr; “Legality of Embryonic Gene Editing in Australia” – Michelle Taylor-Sands and Christopher Gyngell; “An Ethics of Care Approach to Regulating Surrogacy” – James Cameron; “Misconduct, Self-inflicted Injury, and Suicide in Workers’ Compensation: A Review of the Australian Legal Framework” – Victoria Lambropoulos and Robert Guthrie; “Impostors and Impersonators: Fake Health Practitioners and the Law” – Ian Freckelton QC; “Data Custodians and the Decision-making Process: Releasing Data for Research” – Carolyn Adams, Judy Allen and Felicity Flack; “Discussing Voluntary Assisted Dying” – Carolyn Johnston and James Cameron; “The ‘Ice’ Storm: Problems with Expert Evidence on the Effects of Methamphetamine” – Jacqueline Horan and Daniel Thomas; “Mercury Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants: A Critical Analysis of the Australian Regulatory Response to Public Health Risks” – Grace Bramwell, Felicity Wilson and Thomas Faunce; “Transferring Health Big Data within the European Legal Framework: What Role for National Healthcare Services?” – Davide Golinelli, Fabrizio Toscano, Andrea Bucci and Gherardo Carullo; and “The Coroner’s Role in the Prevention of Elder Abuse: A Study of Australian Coroner’s Court Cases Involving Pressure Ulcers in Elders” – Catherine Anne Sharp, Jennifer Sarah Schulz Moore and Mary-Louise MacLaws.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The 1628 Vasa Inquest in Sweden: Learning Contemporary Lessons for Effective Death Investigation” – Ian Freckelton QC; Legal Issues: “Alternatives to Compulsory Detention and Treatment and Coercive Practices in Mental Health Settings” – Piers Gooding and Bernadette McSherry; Medical Issues: “The Investigations into What Happened at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital – Did the Coroner’s Process Help?” – David Ranson; and Medical Law Reporter: “Legal Strategies to Cure the Plastic Planet: Corporate Marriage and Public Health Regulation of Single-Use Non-Biodegradable Plastics” – Angela Gock, Edward Dale, Lucina Ou-Yang, Sally Wheeler and Thomas Faunce. There is also a review of the following book: “The Arsonist: A Mind on Fire” by Chloe Hooper – reviewed by Ian Freckelton QC.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “Is Conventional Insurance for Construction Projects Fit for Purpose?” – Dr Donald E Charrett; and “‘All Promise Outruns the Performance’: The Enforceability of Extended Promises in Construction Contracts” – Dominic Fawcett and Hugh Hadgraft. Also in this Part is an Editorial; and Reports on the following cases: Samsung C&T Corp v Duro Felguera Australia Pty Ltd; Duro Felguera Australia Pty Ltd v Samsung C&T Corp; and Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Ltd v Steve Magill Earthmoving Pty Ltd.
The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “The Court System and Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures” – Sir Laurence Street AC KCMG; “Looking Backwards to Move Forwards: Reviewing Sir Laurence Street’s First Scholarly Contribution to the ADRJ” – Professor David Spencer; “‘I love you when I love you if, I love you because…’: Relationship Mediation” – Mieke Brandon; “Uncertainty in Dispute Resolution Clauses: Is There a Way to Escape the Commercial Bargain?” – Ahsan Ashraf; and “A Model to Use When Representing Clients in Conciliation Conferences in the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Commission” – Donna Cooper and Deborah Keenan. It also contains the following sections: Editorial – Ruth Charlton; Casenotes and Mediation Media Watch – David Spencer; and Book Review: “The Handover Book” by Ashley Palmer and Leigh Moriarty – Paul Lewis.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Is Say-on-Pay the Answer to Executive Remuneration Problems in New Zealand?” – Tameela Bandara; “Australian Enterprise Risk Management Practices and Corporate Governance” – Dr Bobae Choi, Dr Doowon Lee and Dr Michael Seamer; and “Misleading and Deceptive Conduct in Global Financial Markets: Implications for Regulators, Financial Intermediaries and Credit Rating Agencies” – Professor Tony Ciro. This issue also includes the following sections: Editorial; Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia: “Supporting Fintech and SME Fundraising in Hong Kong” – Say Goo.
The latest Part of the Journal includes the following articles: “Receivers Trading on at a Loss: Implications of Section 433 of the Corporations Act” – Jonathon Moore QC; “A Trans-Pacific Tale of Carrots and Sticks: Lessons for Australia from the United States’ Experience of the Ipso Facto Stay” – Kathryn Sutherland-Smith; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “The Common Law Principle of Universality Extended in the Wake of Hanjin Shipping’s Insolvency” – Casey G Watters and Kenny Chng; and Report from New Zealand: “A Proposal for a New Regime for Unravelling Ponzi Schemes” – Lynne Taylor.
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following content: “Passing Off in the UK: A Normal Expansion or an Undue Extension?” – Mohammad Amin Naser; and “Critical Examination of the Concepts of Same Description and Closely Related in Australian Trade Marks Law: What are the Relevant Tests?” – Janice Luck.
This issue of the Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice is a Special Issue focused on “Civil Justice”. Containing a collection of articles presented at the Civil Justice Forum held at RMIT University on 13 and 14 February 2018, this issue covers the following: “Suppression and Non-publication Orders in Civil Litigation” – BC Cairns; “Pre-action Requirements in Medical Negligence Matters” – Tania Sourdin, Margaret Castles and Madeline Muddle; “Could Civil Case Management Benefit from a Litigant Vulnerability Assessment Scheme?” – Sonya Willis; and “Processes for Disputing Liability to Pay Workers’ Compensation for Psychological Injury” – Olivia Rundle, Megan Woods and Laura Michaelson. Also in this part is the Editorial Comment and the following Case Notes: “ARB – MED – ARB: Ku-Ring-Gai Council v Ichor Constructions Pty Ltd  NSWSC 610” – Brigitte Gasson; and “Rozenblit v Vainer (2018) 92 ALJR 600;  HCA 23: Order for Stay of Proceedings in the Case of the Impecunious Plaintiff” – Ella Howard.
The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “The Judge as Cartographer and Guide: The Role of Fact-based Directions in Improving Juror Comprehension” – Jonathan Clough, Ben Spivak, James R P Ogloff, Yvette Tinsley and Warren Young; “Why ‘Ad Hoc Experts’ Should Not Provide Transcripts of Indistinct Forensic Audio, and a Proposal for a Better Approach” – Peter French and Helen Fraser; “Digital Access to Justice from Prison: Is There a Right to Technology?” – Dr Carolyn McKay; and “Corporate Crime and Regulatory Discretion: Rethinking the Use of Criminal, Civil and Administrative Penalties” – Brendon O’Neill. Also in this Part is an Editorial on the causes of the “revolving door” phenomenon in Australia’s custodial institutions; Obituary: The Hon Sir Laurence Street AC KCMG QC; and a Digest of Criminal Law Cases.
The Spring 2018 issue of Workplace Review contains the following articles: “Sir Owen Dixon – Federalism and His Contribution to the Development of Commonwealth Power” – Anton Duc; “An Implied Term of Good Faith?” – Glenn Fredericks; “Workers’ Rights in the Gig Economy” – Justin Pen; and “‘The King’s Shilling’ – Mark 2: The History of Wage Setting in Australia and Its Relevance for the Determination of Military Remuneration – Jeffrey Phillips SC.. Also featured is an interview with Stuart Wood QC, and the following sections: Editorial; Focus on South Australia; Obituary; Book Review; as well as Diary, and The Last Word.