The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Illegal phoenix activity: Quantifying its incidence and cost” – Helen Anderson, Ian Ramsay and Michelle Welsh; “Unfair preferences: Putting an end to the peak indebtedness ‘rule’” – Stephen Russell and Sean Russell; and “The Australian Taxation Office – what role does it play in anti-phoenix activity?” – Colin Anderson, Jennifer Dickfos and Catherine Brown. It also contains and Editorial and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “The appointment of voluntary administrators, their conduct, and aspects of insolvency” – Dr David Morrison; Report from New Zealand: “Voidable transactions: recent developments” – Lynne Taylor; and a Book Review: “Cross-border Insolvency Law” – Stewart Maiden.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Financial counselling and the self-represented debtor in the Federal Circuit Court bankruptcy list: An analysis of a recent pilot service” – Paul Ali, Lucinda O’Brien and Ian Ramsay; and “Deeds of company arrangement and secured creditors” – David Morrison; and the following section notes: Recent Developments: “Never mind the law: Just hurry up and collect more tax! the ATO persists with unnecessary litigation” – David Morrison; Report from New Zealand: “Recent personal insolvency decisions” – Lynne Taylor; and a Book Review: “Insolvent Investments” – review by Michael Murray and Jason Harris.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes the following articles: “Inventions, arbitration and external administration: Accommodating conflicting principles in a commercial dispute over rights to technology” – Mary Wyburn; and “Protecting client collateral in the Australian OTC derivatives market: An examination of the relationship between central clearing, account structures and the client money provisions” – Adamantia Velonis. There is also a Recent Developments section and a Report from New Zealand.
The latest Part of the Australian Law Journal publishes an article by Eugen Trombitas exploring the Qantas GST case concerning forfeited deposits and offering a NZ practitioner’s perspective; an article by Kerri Eagle and Christopher Ryan which considers the issues surrounding the patient who objects to necessary and possibly urgent treatment; and an article by Stewart Maiden discussing the importance of the centre of main interests in transaction planning. There is also a range of section notes covering such topics as driver disqualification, legal textbooks, compound interest, arbitration clauses, class actions, nuisance, corporations, plus much more.
The latest Part of the Insolvency Law Journal includes articles articles on the Federal Court’s exclusive jurisdiction under the Bankruptcy Act, whether leave of court is required to appeal against a decision in favour of a company in voluntary administration or liquidation, the relationship between the early English bankruptcy Acts and current Australian law and Shakespeare’s influence on contemporary perceptions, and whether s 420A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) imposes “strict liability” upon a controller for the failure of an agent or expert to take reasonable care. There is also a Recent Developments section, a book review and a Report from New Zealand.