This issue of the Journal of Law and Medicine includes the following articles: “The Impact of the Law in Helping or Hindering Fertility Preservation for Children with Cancer Facing Gonadotoxic Therapies” – Sonia Allan, Debra Gook and Yasmin Jayasinghe; “To Mandate or Not to Mandate: A Review of Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect” – Natalie A MacCormick; “Domestic and Family Violence, Reproductive Coercion and the Role for Law” – Heather Douglas and Katherine Kerr; “Legality of Embryonic Gene Editing in Australia” – Michelle Taylor-Sands and Christopher Gyngell; “An Ethics of Care Approach to Regulating Surrogacy” – James Cameron; “Misconduct, Self-inflicted Injury, and Suicide in Workers’ Compensation: A Review of the Australian Legal Framework” – Victoria Lambropoulos and Robert Guthrie; “Impostors and Impersonators: Fake Health Practitioners and the Law” – Ian Freckelton QC; “Data Custodians and the Decision-making Process: Releasing Data for Research” – Carolyn Adams, Judy Allen and Felicity Flack; “Discussing Voluntary Assisted Dying” – Carolyn Johnston and James Cameron; “The ‘Ice’ Storm: Problems with Expert Evidence on the Effects of Methamphetamine” – Jacqueline Horan and Daniel Thomas; “Mercury Pollution from Coal-Fired Power Plants: A Critical Analysis of the Australian Regulatory Response to Public Health Risks” – Grace Bramwell, Felicity Wilson and Thomas Faunce; “Transferring Health Big Data within the European Legal Framework: What Role for National Healthcare Services?” – Davide Golinelli, Fabrizio Toscano, Andrea Bucci and Gherardo Carullo; and “The Coroner’s Role in the Prevention of Elder Abuse: A Study of Australian Coroner’s Court Cases Involving Pressure Ulcers in Elders” – Catherine Anne Sharp, Jennifer Sarah Schulz Moore and Mary-Louise MacLaws.
Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial: “The 1628 Vasa Inquest in Sweden: Learning Contemporary Lessons for Effective Death Investigation” – Ian Freckelton QC; Legal Issues: “Alternatives to Compulsory Detention and Treatment and Coercive Practices in Mental Health Settings” – Piers Gooding and Bernadette McSherry; Medical Issues: “The Investigations into What Happened at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital – Did the Coroner’s Process Help?” – David Ranson; and Medical Law Reporter: “Legal Strategies to Cure the Plastic Planet: Corporate Marriage and Public Health Regulation of Single-Use Non-Biodegradable Plastics” – Angela Gock, Edward Dale, Lucina Ou-Yang, Sally Wheeler and Thomas Faunce. There is also a review of the following book: “The Arsonist: A Mind on Fire” by Chloe Hooper – reviewed by Ian Freckelton QC.
The Winter 2015 Part of the Workplace Review includes the following content: “Who has custody of a police officer’s goatee?” – Catherine Bembrick; “Elder abuse – an issue for employers?” – Rick Manuel; “Allegations and consequences: How should an employer respond to an employee’s misconduct?” – Luke Scandrett and Neil Napper; “Recent privacy considerations arising in the workplace – social media and limitations on collection and use by employers of employee-generated content” – Elizabeth Raper and Philippa Munton; Focus on South Australia: “Developments in reasonable notice and unfair dismissals” – Rick Manuel; Focus on Victoria: “Corporate accessorial liability” – Steven Moore; Interview: “Richard Kenzie: Without fear or favour – industrial relations the Kenzie way” – by Steven Andrew; Common Law and General Protections: “Tattsbet Ltd v Morrow: Employee or contractor?” – Andrew Denton; “Additional comments on “workplace rights”” – Victoria Lambropoulos; Work health and safety: “Drug testing in the workplace – does a worker’s “right” to privacy restrict an employer’s ability to effectively minimise work health and safety risks?” – Michael Tooma and Niaz Payne; Book Review, The Last Word, Diary and Artworks.
The latest Part of the Australian Business Law Review includes the following content: “The significance of food fraud in Australia” – Janine Curll; “Team-based professional sporting competitions and work, health and safety law: Defining the boundaries of responsibility” – Eric L Windholz; “Force majeure clauses, multiple contracts and allocating shortfalls between customers” – Lynsey Edgar; “International commercial arbitration – a critique” – David Bailey; Industrial and Workplace Relations Law “Discussion paper: Options for Law Reform, Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance And Corruption”.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Victoria Lambropoulos as Section Editor of the Employment and Industrial Law Section of Australian Business Law Review. Victoria Lambropoulos is a Barrister and a senior lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne where she teaches Workplace and Corporations Law. She is also the immediate past President of ...more
The latest Part of Workplace Review includes the following articles: “The restoration of QC and the opportunity for choice” – Jeffrey Phillips SC; “Living for the weekend: Should weekend penalty rates be reduced or abolished?” – Emily Aitken; “Penalty rates: Do employer claims stack up?” – Tom Kavanagh; and “Inappropriate behaviour on picket line results in lawful dismissal” – Mark Curran. Also in this Part are the following sections: Editorial; Focus on: Northern Territory; Common Law and General Protections; Book Review; and Diary. There is also an interview with Tony Sheldon and a special section commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Workplace Review.
The latest Part of Workplace Review includes the following material: “Nine things you need to know about the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption” – Sara Hopkins and Longzhen Han; “Retirement of Commissioner Deegan from FWC” – James Macken; “Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker: High Court rules out the implication of the term of mutual good faith and confidence” – Daniel O’Sullivan; “When it is no longer a happy union, should trade union divorces be “just, quick and cheap”? What would Tolstoy and Lionel Murphy say?” – Jeffrey Phillips SC; Focus on Queensland: “Chivers v Queensland – genuine occupational requirement” – Geraldine Dann; Focus on Victoria: “Parsing the mind of the decision-maker – is Barclay the final word?” – Steven Moore; Interview: “Justice Glenn Martin: “Brisbane’s finest” brings a dose of humour to the industrial court” – by Steven Andrew; Common Law and General Protections: “The death knell of the duty of trust and confidence but hope for good faith remains?” – Victoria Lambropoulos; The Last Word and Diary.
The Autumn 2014 edition of Workplace Review includes an anti-bullying update from Shane Wescott and Neil Napper, an article about the interplay between collective bargaining and industrial action by Joanna Vincent, an interview of Michael Tooma, a special feature of drawings by Simon Fieldhouse, as well as several interesting sections, including Focus on: SA, Focus on: WA, The Last Word…, Diary and the brand new section Common Law and General Protections.