The last Part of Volume 40 of the Australian Business Law Review publishes articles on restricting foreign acquisitions of Australian enterprises, the liability of corporate officers for occupational health and safety breaches, and continuous disclosure and the need for practical guidance. There is also a Competition Law and Market Regulation section and two book reviews.
The June 2012 issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes three interesting articles covering a range of topics related to building and construction law. The first article is by AA de Fina and looks at developments in arbitration in Australia. The second article comes from David Ulbrick and Edward Harrison and discusses the enforcement of upstream duties relating to OHS in Victoria. The final article is by Andrew Murray and discusses moral rights in the context of the construction industry and provides some practical suggestions as to how the processes envisioned by the Copyright Act 1968 may work in practice. There are also two Reports, an editorial and a book review.
The final Part for Volume 39 of the Australian Business Law Review includes articles on increased private enforcement of cartel laws in Australia, deductibility of interest and the evolution of Australia’s harmonised OHS laws. There is also a Competition Law and Market Regulation section and a Banking and Finance section.
The Winter 2011 issue of Workplace Review contains interesting material on a wide range of topics relating to workplace legislation. The Part includes articles on right of entry provisions, the approach to remedies for unfair dismissals, the recent decision in Laing O’Rourke (BMC) Pty Ltd v Kirwin and a look at the planking craze and what it means for the workplace, plus much more.
The June 2011 issue of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes content on a range of topics, including the need to change the Australian framework for insolvent trading and directors’ fear of personal liability for the conduct of a corporation. There is also a section on Corporate Finance and a note from New Zealand.
By Jeffrey Phillips SC, Stephanie Vass and Justin Le Blond. In this article, the High Court’s findings in Kirk v NSW IRC are considered, particularly the implications for the formulation of prosecutions under NSW OH&S law and procedure more generally for WorkCover and the NSW Industrial Court.