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The latest Part of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes the following articles: “Proving Misleading or Deceptive Conduct: Challenges Posed by the Internet” – Adrian Coorey; “Influencers, Instagurus, and Enablers: Using Accessorial Liability to Establish a Norm of Behaviour in Relation to Disguised Viral Marketing” – Lynden Griggs and Aviva Freilich; “Extracting Value from Big Data: Taking Big Data Processing and Analysis into Account” – Suiyi Zhang; Access to Services; Case Note: Tribunal Tableaux; Consumer Concerns; What If…; Comments from Commerce; Report from Russia; Report from New Zealand; and Benchmarks.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Is access to justice a right or a service?” – Steven Rares; “Some judicial fallacies concerning entire agreement clauses” – I M Jackman; and “The ex ante approach to assessing materiality: To what extent are subsequent price movements relevant?” – Andrew Eastwood. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Tasmania; Personalia; Around the Nation: Northern Territory, Corporations and Securities; Environmental Law; Recent Cases; and a Book Review: “Principles of Taxation Law 2015” by Kerrie Sadiq.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following content: “Developing Australia’s framework for corporate prosecutions” – Luke Hastings, Grant Marjoribanks and Jeremy Birch; “Misleading or deceptive conduct in the provision of financial services: an empirical and theoretical critique of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 (Cth)” – Emily Klotz; “From the Wallis report to the Murray report: a critical analysis of the financial services regime between two financial system inquiries” – Matthew Peckham; and the following sections: Corporate Insolvency: “Receivership and restructuring: The Australian Productivity Commission’s proposed reforms to s 420A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)” – Jennifer Dickfos and Catherine Brown.
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 Australian Law Journal includes an article by Hon James Spigelman AC QC which discusses the background, development and significance of the Magna Carta in the century after it was accepted by King John in June, 1215 and an article by Graeme S Clarke QC about misleading and deceptive conduct cases decided by the Supreme Court of Victoria. Also in this part are the following sections: Current Issues; Conveyancing and Property; Around the Nation: Western Australia; Personalia; Equity and Trusts; Competition and Consumer Law; Recent Cases; and Book Reviews.
The September 2012 issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes an article by Gill North considering the provisions that prohibit misleading or deceptive conduct, with a particular focus on company disclosure matters, and an article by Helen Anderson, Michelle Welsh, Ian Ramsay and Peter Gahan which utilises leximetric analysis, which involves the numerical coding of the strength of legal protections, to show changes in levels of shareholder and creditor protection in Australia for the period 1970 to 2010. There is also a Securities Industry and Managed Investments section note which looks at statutory novation of contracts.
The latest Part for the Australian Intellectual Property Journal includes three interesting articles on a range of issues relating to intellectual property. The first article, by Sarah Bellingham, analyses the constitutive aspects of the dramatic work, one of the four categories of Pt III subject matter in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). The second article comes from Andrew McRobert and traces the development of the Pub Squash rule in passing off and its later application to allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct. The final article, by Wellett Potter and Heather A Forrest, discusses musicological and legal perspectives on music borrowing. Not to be missed!