Leading commentary and analysis of Australian and international corporate and securities law and the relevant regulatory regimes
About the Journal
The Company and Securities Law Journal (ISSN: 0729-2775) is well-known for its high-quality articles written by leading specialists in corporate, securities and takeovers law. It provides both scholarly and practical perspectives on a range of dynamic and important subjects of interest to the Australian legal and business communities.
Whether you are a lawyer, accountant, company director, stockbroker or academic, there is detailed coverage to suit your information needs. Topics range from comments on the lack of confidence in the Australian securities markets and how an increased effort by regulators to improve enforcement of existing laws prohibiting market misconduct is needed to restore confidence, to insider trading case law dealing with “generally available” and “materiality” carve-outs and articles around the question, “Do we need regulation in the way in which litigation funders should operate?”
Edmund Finnane is a barrister at Thirteen Wentworth Selborne Chambers in Sydney and a Director of the Commercial Law Association of Australia.
Edmund earned his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws at the Australian National University, and completed his Master of Laws at the University of New South Wales. Before coming to the Bar in 1997, he was a solicitor with Madgwick Partners. He practises in a wide range of areas, with special relevant interests in insolvency, company, general commercial law and equity.
Edmund is the co-author of the books Pleading Precedents and Equity Practice and Precedents, the 2019 edition (2nd) of which is to be published shortly. He has also had articles published in the Law Society Journal and the Commercial Law Quarterly, and has been writing annotations for the Corporations Legislation volumes of Thomson Reuters since 2010.
Associate Professor Paul Ali, Associate Professor of Law, Melbourne Law School
The Hon Dr RP Austin, Barrister, Level 22 Chambers; Challis Lecturer in Corporate Law, The University of Sydney
The Hon RI Barrett, Former Judge of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales
Priscilla Bryans, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Professor John Farrar, Emeritus Professor of Law, Bond University; Honorary Professor of Law, University of Auckland
Professor Jennifer Hill, Professor of Corporate Law, University of Sydney Law School
Russell Miller AM, Member, Centre for Strategy and Governance; Minter Ellison, Canberra & Sydney
Professor James O’Donovan, Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia
Professor Ian M Ramsay, Harold Ford Professor of Commercial Law, University of Melbourne
Justice Ralph Simmonds, Supreme Court of Western Australia
Dr Geof Stapledon, Group ESG Officer, BHP, London
Dr Gordon R Walker, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Company Law – Juliette Overland
Takeovers and Public Securities – Jonathan Farrer
Corporate Insolvency – Jason Harris
Corporate Finance – Matthew Broderick
Securities Industry and Managed Investments – Pamela Hanrahan
Current Developments – Legal and Administrative – Priscilla Bryans
Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility – Jean du Plessis
Directors’ Duties – Rosemary Teele Langford
Shareholders’ Remedies – Elizabeth Boros
Overseas Section Editors
New Zealand and South Pacific – Gordon R Walker
United Kingdom and Europe – Alan Dignam
United States of America – Jeffrey Lawrence
Hong Kong, China and South East Asia – Say Goo
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