The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Good faith in Australian contract law after Barker” – Anthony Gray; ““Re-thinking” the influence of regulatory capture in the development of government regulation” – Kerrie Sadiq and Janet Mack; and “Regulating unilateral supermarket misconduct as customer/acquirer of goods and services” – Stephen Corones. Also in this Part are the following sections: Media and Telecommunications: “Competition Law and Digital Disruption – International Trends” – Martyn Taylor; and a Book Review: “Anti-cartel Enforcement in a Contemporary Age” – Caron Beaton-Wells and Christopher Tran, reviewed by Ian Stewart.
The latest Part of ABLR includes the following articles: “The ACCC: Roots and branches – proposals to enhance ACCC effectiveness” – Caron Beaton-Wells; “Roots, branches and other objects – one step beyond the Harper Review?” – I S Wylie; “Online dispute resolution: The advantages, disadvantages, and the way forward” – Anthony John Sissian; “Challenges facing the notariat in Australasia in the 21st century” – Noel Cox; and “Dashed expectations? The impact of civil liability legislation on contractual damages for disappointment and distress” – Sonia Walker and Kate Lewins; and the following sections: Intellectual Property Law: “Why is an isolated segment of human DNA patentable under Australian law but not under United States law?”; Competition Law and Market Regulation: “Competition Policy Review: Draft recommendations on competition laws”; and Company and Securities Law: “The government response to the Senate Economic References Committee Report into the Australian Securities and Investments Commission”.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Asset lending, unconscionable conduct and intermediaries” – Denise McGill; “Certainty and the ISDA credit derivative determinations committees” – G P Craddock; and “Whither a unified approach to the functional dimension of market definition: Why Metcash was the one that got away” – Josh Buckland. Also included in this Part are the following section notes: Banking and Finance: Financial literacy and financial decision-making of Australian secondary school students – Paul Ali, Cosima McRae and Ian Ramsay; Competition Law and Market Regulation: Strategic entry deterrence: Does it constitute a misuse of market power? – Stephen Corones; Contracts and Restitution: The High Court considers the meaning of “reasonable endeavours”: Electricity Generation Corp v Woodside Energy Ltd – Troy Keily; and New Zealand Newsletter: Frustration of contract in the New Zealand Supreme Court – Rex Ahdar.
The latest Part of the Company and Securities Law Journal includes the following articles: “From “if not, why not?” to “if not, NOT!” – Regulatory reform of the debenture sector” – Eve Brown; “A securities market operator’s use of the “please explain” price query and its impact on compliance” – Larelle Chapple, Thu Phuong Truong and Michelle Welsh; and “Raising levels of awareness of rights and obligations in the provision of financial product advice to retail clients” – Stephen Corones and Kym Irving. Also in this Part are two Overseas Notes, one about New Zealand and the other about Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Circular priority conundrums – cutting the Gordian knot” – Bruce Whittaker; “Extraterritorial application of Pt IV of the Competition and Consumer Act” – Ian B Stewart; and “Businesses are people too? Anomalies in widening the ambits of “consumer” under consumer credit law” – Franci Cantatore and Brenda Marshall. Also in this Part are the following sections: Competition Law and Market Regulation; Commercial Litigation; and Contracts and Restitution.
The first Part of Volume 88 of the Australian Law Journal includes the following articles: “Forrest v ASIC: A “perfect storm”” – John Humphrey and Stephen Corones; “Breach ordinarily no bar to termination” – Thomas O’Brien; and “Kable, preventative detention and the dilemmas of Chapter III” – James Stellios. Also in this Part are the following sections: Current Issues; Recent Cases; Conveyancing and Property; Family Law; Personalia; and Book Reviews.
The latest Part of ABLR includes the following articles: “In-house counsel advising on foreign law: Is it privileged?” – Dan Butler; “Queensland shale gas – a rocky road ahead for the new kid on the block?” – Michael Walton; “Insurance and trust: Lessons from the Christchurch Cathedral” – Julie-Anne Tarr and Myles McGregor-Lowndes; and “National competition policy: Coming of age” – Professor Frederick G Hilmer AO. There is also an Editorial and a Competition Law and Market Regulation section.
The latest Part of ABLR includes two interesting articles. The first comes from Stephen Corones and Thomas Galloway and considers the uncertainty surrounding the scope of the best interests duty which forms part of the Government’s Future of Financial Advice (FOFA) reforms. The second article comes from Julie-Ann Tarr and considers the extent of private insurance cover and its availability to volunteers under home and contents insurance and under comprehensive motor vehicle insurance. There are also several section notes in this Part, including Privacy, Franchising, Consumer Dealings, and Company Law and Securities.
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 latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following articles: “Do we need a better way for reviewing mergers?” by Peter Strickland; “Precluding prescriptive duties in fiduciary relationships: The problems with the proscriptive delimitation” by Leon Firios; and “The SMSF trustee-members” by Josephine Castillo. Also included in this Part are several sections: Competition and Market Regulation; Consumer Dealings; Company Law and Securities; and New Zealand Newsletter.