The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes an Editorial by Michael Terceiro. It also contains the following articles: “Selling Printed Goods or Facilitating Printing Gigs: The Redbubble Puzzle” – David J Brennan; “The 2018 Review of the Franchising Code of Conduct: Epicentre of a Year of Scrutiny for Australian Franchising” – Jenny Buchan; “Confessions of an Earnest Regulator” – Michael T Schaper; and the following sections: Competition Law and Market Regulation: “Harper Report Implementation Breakdown: Repeal of Section 51(3) of Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and Lack of Proposed Supply/Acquisition Agreement Cartel Exception” – Brent Fisse; and Commercial Litigation: “The Privileges against Self-incrimination and Self-exposure to Penalties in Commercial Litigation: Sadie Ville v Deloitte” – Michael Legg and Stephanie Crosbie.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes an Editorial by Michael Terceiro. It also contains the following articles: “Cartel Conduct or Permissible Joint Venture?” – Ian Wylie; “The Origins and Evolution of the Statutory Duties of Trade Union Officers” – Ian Ramsay and Miranda Webster; “Chains, Coins and Contract Law: The Validity and Enforceability of Smart Contracts” – Buwaneka Arachchi; the following section: Competition Law and Market Regulation: “Should Penalties Under the Competition and Consumer Act Be Increased?” – Luke Woodward (edited by Brent Fisse); and guidelines for submitting ABLR book reviews.
Thomson Reuters is very pleased to welcome Michael Terceiro to his new role as General Editor of the Australian Business Law Review (ABLR), taking over from the late Professor Robert “Bob” Baxt, who was the Founding Editor of the Journal. Michael is a competition and consumer lawyer who has run his own legal practice Terceiro Legal Consulting for over 10 years. Michael is also the Deputy Chair of Small and Medium Enterprise Committee (SME Committee) of the Law Council of Australia and the Deputy Chair of the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) Disciplinary Tribunal.