The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes the following articles: “Saving Your Games: A Case for the Copyright Protection of Gameplay” – Joseph Lau Chin Yang; “Does s 122A of the Trade Marks Act Achieve the Australian Government’s Policy Goal of Allowing for the Parallel Importation of Genuine Goods?” – Omid Komeili; and “Joint Authorship and the Contribution of Ideas: English Lessons in Kogan” – Claire Roberts. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; and Obituary: Vale Peter Heerey.
The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “Unconscionable Conduct: An Unconscionably High Standard? An Assessment of whether an Unfair Trading Practices Prohibition Should Be Introduced to Capture Conduct Engaged in By Digital Platforms” – Kate French; and “Antitrust Economic Principles and Intellectual Property Licensing Fees” – Christopher Pleatsikas.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Unconscionable Conduct – Quo Vadis?”; Administration and Competition Policy: “Assessing a Merger Control Regime: Relevant Factors” – Dr Luke Wainscoat; Authorisations and Notifications: “Country Press Australia’s Collective Bargaining Notification” – Holly Cao; Defective Goods: “Defective Medical Devices, Defamatory Statements about Alleged Defects, and Retaining Walls and Paving Make a Lot of Appellate Work” – T H J Cadd; Restrictive Trade Practices: “Reforming Australia’s Merger Regime” – Julie Clarke; Case Note: “Profits, Policy and Privatisation: What the Federal Court’s Decision in the NSW Ports Case Means for Private Companies Bidding for State-owned Infrastructure Assets” – Rachel White; Energy Etchings: “AER Year in Review – Committed to Making Energy Consumers Better Off, Now and in the Future” – Australian Energy Regulator; Council Considerations: “The Council’s Work during 2020–2021” – Malika Bouhafs; Commission Cameos: “To Merge or Not to Merge – What Is the Answer?” – Hank Spier; Consumer Concerns: “Grounded: Consumer Experiences of Travel Cancellations throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Case for Reform” – Alison Elliott; Report from China: “SAMR’s Approach for Merger Review in Digital Sector” – Sharon Henrick, Liu Cheng and Mengzhen Wang; Report from India: “Major Developments in Competition Law in 2020–2021” – Vaishali Mittal and Siddhant Chamola; and Report from Russia: “Russian Antitrust Enforcement in Digital Markets: Cases Brought By the FAS of Russia against Booking.com and Apple” – Evgeny Khokhlov and Anna Zabolotnykh.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “Quantum Meruit and Entire Obligations in and after Mann v Paterson Constructions” – Jonathon Moore QC; and “Fitness for Purpose in Design and Construct: A Storm in a Teacup?” – Matthew Hawke.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The Growing Importance of Dispute Boards in Australian Infrastructure Projects”; Reports on the following cases: Tanah Merah Vic Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Gardner Group Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Elenberg Fraser Pty Ltd v Owners Corporation No 1 of PS631436T; Yuanda Vic Pty Ltd v Façade Designs International Pty Ltd; Parrwood Pty Ltd v Trinity Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd; Ziegler as trustee for the Doris Gayst Testamentary Trust v Cenric Group Pty Ltd; and Book Review: “The International Compendium of Construction Contracts”, edited by Phillip Greenham and the Society of Construction Law Australia – Reviewed by Kevin Pascoe.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Panic Buy-Backs: Share Buy-Backs in a Pandemic” – Myles Bayliss; and “Thirty Years since the First Conviction for Insider Trading: How Far Has Australia Come?” – Juliette Overland. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; and Company Law: “Implications of the United Kingdom’s Approach for Parent Company Liability in Australia” – Dr Chris McGrath.
The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “The Characterisation of, and Recourse against, Negative Jurisdictional Decisions in Australia” – Alexander du Maurier; “Measuring Effective Complaint Handling by Government” – Tania Sourdin, Jamie Carlson, Martin Watts, Christine Armstrong, Tanya Carlyle and David McGeoch; “Lessons and Opportunities for Negotiation Teachers Following the COVID-19 Pandemic” – Ana Lenard; “Teaching FDR in Law School Clinical Programs: The Lawyer-Assisted Family Dispute Resolution Clinic” – Dr Jacqueline Weinberg and Jennifer Lindstrom; “Order out of Court: Insights on the Lawyers’ Role in the Success and Failure of Mediation in Cebu City, Philippines” – Francis Michael C Abad; and “Home Run or Strikeout? Is Baseball Arbitration a Viable Dispute Resolution Procedure for Australia?” – Myles Bayliss. It also contains the following sections: Editorial; ADR Case Notes: “Native Title Mediation and COVID-19”.
This Part of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “A Panacea for Australia’s COVID-19 Crisis? Weighing Some Legal Implications of Mandatory Vaccination” – Gabrielle Wolf, Jason Taliadoros and Penny Gleeson; “Access to Maternal Health Care for Indigenous Australians under International Law” – Georgia Carniato; “Involuntary Patient Assessment in Australia: A Mental Health or Public Health Response?” – Simon Llewellyn, Dominique Moritz, Marc Broadbent and Chiung-Jung (Jo) Wu AM; “Data, Temporary Monopolies and Biosimilar Development” – Teddy Henriksen; “Co-opting Laws to Influence Prevailing Medical and Legal Thinking: ‘Off-Label’ Conceptual Use of One-Punch Laws and Boxing” – Joseph Lee; “Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Illness: Can Cross-Agency, Interprofessional Education Support Integration of Care?” – Colette Hawkins, Charlotte Rothwell, Helen Close, Charlotte Emmett and Hannah Hesselgreaves; “Under the Influence: Regulating Influencers Giving Nutrition Advice” – Marilyn Bromberg and Laura Fitzgerald; “Starvation Genocide in Occupied Eastern Europe 1939–1945: Food Confiscation by and for the Nazis” – George M Weisz; “‘Loss of Dignity’ in Claims for Damages for ‘Humiliation, Loss of Dignity and Injury to Feelings’ in the Human Rights Review Tribunal of New Zealand” – Iris Reuvecamp; “Comprehensive Decriminalisation of Abortion: An Analysis of Concept, Arguments and Regulatory Frameworks” – Fien De Meyer; “Reproductive Rights: Foetal Rights or Female Freedoms?” – Tahnee De Souza and Henry Kha; and “The Right to Biological Truth versus Stability of the Family” – Vugar G Mammadov, Gediminas Sagatys and Roy G Beran.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Mandatory Vaccination Tensions and Litigation” – Ian Freckelton AO QC; Legal Issues: “Children, Parents, Courts and Medical Treatment: Now Who Decides?” – Joanna Manning; Medical Issues: “Doulas from Cradle to Grave: Integration into Conventional Medical Care” – Mike O’Connor; Bioethical Issues: “Assessing Rationing Decisions through the Principle of Proportionality” – James Cameron, Cameron Stewart and Julian Savulescu; Nursing and Midwifery Issues: “Law, Regulation or Just Damned Politics: The Under-utilisation and Undervaluing of the World’s Largest Health Workforce” – Jill White AM; Health Law Reporter: “The Public Interest Test in Immediate Action Hearings under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law” – Cameron Stewart and Christopher Rudge; and Book Review: “Global Health Security: A Blueprint for the Future”, by Lawrence O Gostin.
The Summer 2021 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following articles: “Depth in Goodbyes” – David Nikolas Brodsky; “Cross-examination on Credit Issues” – Richard Burbidge QC; “Respect@work: Ensuring Your Client’s Policies Support Employee Rights” – Virginia Ginnane; “Comment: WorkPac Pty Ltd v Rossato and Freedom of Contract” – Dr Ryan Haddrick; “‘Incapacitated for Work’ in SA’s Return to Work Act” – Rick Manuel; “‘Freedom’ – A Workplace Issue” – Craig Ryan; “Wage Theft: From Underpayments to Epidemic” – Adam Searle; and “Reputation Management” – Jacquelynne Willcox.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; Interview: “FWC Deputy President Asbury: Strong Working Relationships Key to Sound Workplace Relations” – Deputy President Ingrid Asbury; Book Reviews: “Piss and Wind, George Reid: A Liberal Forgotten”, by Luke Walker – Reviewed by Bryan Belling; “The Brilliant Boy: Doc Evatt and the Great Australian Dissent”, by Gideon Haigh – Reviewed by Michael Easson; “God & Menzies: The Faith that Shaped a Prime Minister and his Nation”, by David Furse-Roberts – Reviewed by Tim James; and “With Conviction: An Australian Legal Memoir”, by Ian Temby – Reviewed by Malcolm Kerr OAM; The Last Word …; and Diary.
The latest Part of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes an Editorial by David Lindsay as well as the following articles: “Related Rights of Press Publishers and Their Limitations under the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market” – Elżbieta Czarny-Drożdżejko; “Onus, Presumptions and Registrability under New Zealand Trade Mark Law” – Rob Batty; and “Contracting Out, Fair Dealing, and Public Policy: The Australian Perspective” – Alexander Sloan and Lucy Cradduck.
The latest Part of the Australian Tax Review includes the following articles: “COVID-19 and Childcare Expense Deductions: Revisiting the Decision in Lodge” – Lydia Thiagarajah and Amanda Darshini Selvarajah; “COVID-19 Responses and the Contemplative Worker’s Home Occupancy Expense Claim” – Elizabeth F Morton, Michael F Curran and Sarah A Hinchliffe; “Ambiguous Doctrines and Legislative Responses to Current/Capital Expenditure” – Christina Allen; and “Stretching the Concept of Charity in the Tax Context: Membership-based Entities as Charities” – Ann O’Connell. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “Responding to the Continuing Challenges of COVID-19”; Case Note: “The Commissioner of Taxation’s Power to Require the Production of Information and Challenge Claims of Legal Professional Privilege” – Ram Pandey and Michael Legg; and Book Review: “The Allocation of Multinational Business Income: Reassessing the Formulary Apportionment Option”, by Richard Krever and François Vaillancourt (eds) – Reviewed by John Azzi.
The latest Part of the Criminal Law Journal includes the following articles: “Legal Aid Commission of New South Wales: Aiding the Individual, the Nation and the Institutions” – The Hon Justice Michelle Gordon AC; “Criminalising ‘Wage Theft’ in Australia: Property, Stealing, and Other Concepts” – Joachim Dietrich and Matthew Raj; and “Myths, Misconceptions and Mixed Messages: An Early Look at the New Tendency and Coincidence Evidence Provisions” – David Hamer.
Also in this Part is an Editorial: “The Questionable Legitimacy of the Criminal Law as the Front Line of Defence against COVID-19: Long-term Implications”; Comment: “Overcoming Password Protection and Encryption of Smart Phones and Computers to Facilitate the Execution of Commonwealth Search Warrants – s 3LA of the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth)” – Michael Legg and Stephanie Crosbie; and Digest of Criminal Law Cases.