The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “Deterring corporate wrongdoing: Penalties, financial services misconduct and the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)” – Helen Bird and George Gilligan; “The adequacy of ASIC’s “tool kit” to meet its obligations under corporations and financial services legislation” – Vicky Comino; “The Australian Sports Commission’s “Governance Reform in Sport” discussion paper and voting rules in corporate constitutions” – Robert D Macdonald and Ian Ramsay. This issue also includes the following sections: Directors’ Duties – Rosemary Teele Langford: “Should the statutory business judgment rule apply to directors’ compliance decisions?” – Tim Connor.
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 Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “How to achieve a win for property owners and lessors – enforcing rights of possession under Pt 5.3A of the Corporations Act and relief against forfeiture” – Natalie Byrne; “Section 588FA, Burness, and Kassem: When are payments by third parties preferential?” – Jim Hartley; and “The enforcement of foreign judgments in avoidance proceedings in insolvency” – Joshua Kelly. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “The enforcement of international arbitral awards in the Asia-Pacific region – a comparative study of recent cases” – Jaclyn Smith; and “An analysis of dispute review boards and settlement mediation as used in the Australian construction industry” – Stephanie Duffy and James Duffy. Also in this Part are Reports on three cases: Eccles v Koolan Iron Ore Pty Ltd (No 3); Grave v Blazevic Holdings; and Kell & Rigby Holdings Pty Ltd v Lindsay Bennelong Developments Pty Ltd.
The September 2012 issue of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes an article by Paul A Czarnota that looks at the AFL, the joint venture defence and single economic entity theory, an edited version of a speech given Chairman of the ACCC, Rod Sims, at the 2012 Competition Law Conference and an article by Rod Sims which seeks to promote understanding of the ACCC’s NBN Co/Optus authorisation decision and its implications. There is also great range of high quality sections, including Economic(s) Matters, Snapshots, Consumer Protection, Reports from Asia and New Zealand, plus much more!
The August Part of the Australian Journal of Administrative Law is filled with interesting articles and sections on various aspects of administrative law. There are articles on the use of privileged, confidential and inadmissible information by regulators and agencies, judicial review after the High Court decision in Kirk v Industrial Court (NSW) and applying provisions of the Australian Constitution to protect rights from intrusion by State Parliament.
The July 2011 issue of the Local Government Law Journal is the first for the new General Editors, John Mant and Mary-Lynne Taylor, and includes several interesting articles on a range of topics as well as a digest of cases. There are articles on water reform in Queensland, development assessment and approval processes in the ACT and the enforcement of environmental and planning laws in NSW, plus much more.