International Commercial Arbitration
The latest Part of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes the following articles: “The Dispute Resolution Lag in Australia: The Time to Be Aggressive Is Now” – Tracy Albin; “Effectively Managing the Impact of Family Violence on Mediation in the Family Law Context” – Sian Green; “International Tax Treaty Arbitration – Fighting an Uphill Battle in the Global Arena” – Michelle Markham; “Inclusiveness or Tokenism? Culture and Mediation in New Zealand’s Dispute Resolution Statutory Regimes” – Grant Morris and Katie Alexander; “Towards a Practical Model to Improve Outcome Acceptance in Dispute Resolution” – A J Orchard; “Improving Dispute Resolution in the Financial System” – Ian Ramsay; “With Great Power There Must Also Come Great Responsibility: Reining in Unbridled Expert Determinations” – Alisa Taylor. It also contains Case Notes: “Costs Order Against Non-Attending Party to Mediation, Costs for Breach of Confidentiality, and Mediation Media Watch” – Professor David Spencer.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following content: “The significance of food fraud in Australia” – Janine Curll; “Team-based professional sporting competitions and work, health and safety law: Defining the boundaries of responsibility” – Eric L Windholz; “Force majeure clauses, multiple contracts and allocating shortfalls between customers” – Lynsey Edgar; “International commercial arbitration – a critique” – David Bailey; Industrial and Workplace Relations Law “Discussion paper: Options for Law Reform, Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance And Corruption”.
The last Part in Volume 22 of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal includes several interesting articles related to dispute resolution in Australia and internationally. There are articles on the challenges faced by student ombuds in Australian universities, the legislative, policy, case law and institutional developments in international arbitration in Australia since 2010, impugning expert determinations and the merits of international arbitration-related legal frameworks, plus much more.
The August 2011 issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal promises an interesting array of material regarding building and construction law in Australia. There are articles on flexibility and fairness in public procurement as a result of competitive dialogue and the value of dispute review boards to the construction industry. There is also a book review and three reports.