Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynden Griggs as a brand new Consumer Issues Section Editor for Property Law Review. As part of an ongoing enhancement project, we are commissioning a range of new sections to bring subscribers property law insights from academics and practitioners around Australia and internationally. Lynden Griggs is a ...more
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We are pleased to announce the release of a significant new enhancement to the ASIC Digest. Following feedback from our customers, we have introduced links from the Instruments Tables directly to the relevant pages of the official ASIC Gazettes.
With this enhancement, you now have access to the primary materials being referred to and you don’t have to spend valuable time searching for it yourself. The work has been done for you.
Some of the most useful features on ProView are the ability to Highlight Text, Add Notes and Bookmark Pages. These features allow you to have all the benefits of a mobile device without losing your ability to mark up and bookmark the text as you see fit. But what happens when you purchase a new edition? Unlike your old books, ProView allows you to ...more
Roger Quick is an accredited Costs Assessor and the lead author of Quick on Costs. Since moving to Australia in the early 1980′s, he has been a partner at some of Queensland’s largest law firms, and is widely considered one of the state’s foremost experts on costs law. Earlier this year, Roger and his fellow ...more
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Categories & Tags help you narrow information on the Online Insider down to just what you are looking for. The sites search box allows you to go directly to the articles that contain your search term, but if you prefer to browse through everything available in a certain subject area you can do this by using the ...more
If a driving impetus of capital is competition, it is in tension with a tendency towards concentration. Joint venture operations which exclude the entry of potential competitors by circumscribing the assignment of participants’ interests are an example of the latter. The anti-cartel provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) may be understood as ...more
New Register to Ensure Smoother Sailing for Australian Shipping Industry – Updated Commentary in TLA
The story of ‘Flag of Convenience’ (FOC) ships is well known. Merchant ships engaged in international trade are registered by their owners in countries that exercise minimal or no regulation over them, resulting in substandard pay and working conditions for crews, poor safety standards, involvement in arms, people and drugs smuggling, and disastrous environmental impacts. ...more
It’s the classic question that arises time and time again in the law of trusts: can a person assert that he or she did not intend to create a trust, even if he or she has properly manifested an intention to create a trust? Equity lawyers would be familiar with the case of Mr Jolliffe ...more
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Eileen Webb as a brand new Western Australia Section Editor for Property Law Review. As part of an ongoing enhancement project, we are commissioning a range of new sections to bring subscribers property law insights from academics and practitioners around Australia and internationally. Dr Eileen Webb ...more