We have become aware of the following publications:
- Elise Bant and Jeannie Marie Paterson, ‘Exploring the Boundaries of Compensation for Misleading Conduct: The Role of Restitution under the Australian Consumer Law’ (2019) 41(2) Sydney Law Review 155;
- Katy Barnett, ‘Case summary: Carter Holt Harvey Woodproducts Australia Pty Ltd v Commonwealth’ on Opinions on High (27 August 2019) <https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2019/08/27/carter-holt-harvey-woodproducts-australia-pty-ltd-v-commonwealth/>;
- Simone Degeling and Jessica Hudson, ‘Credit Advisers, Consumer Credit and Equitable Fiduciary Obligations’ (2019) 47(1) Federal Law Review 64;
- Eugenia Georgiadis, ‘Ignoring the Call for Law Reform: Is It Time to Expand the Scope of Protection for Personal Images Uploaded on Social Networks’ (2019) 26 Tort Law Review 166;
- Vicki Huang, ‘Empirical Analysis of Australian Trademark Infringement Decisions — Implications for the U.S. Trademark Use Debate’ (2019) 35(3) Santa Clara High Technology Journal 1;
- Vicki Huang, ‘An Empirical Investigation of 20 Years of Trade Mark Infringement Litigation in Australian Courts’ (2019) 41(1) Sydney Law Review 105;
- Jessica Hudson, ‘One Thicket in Fraud on a Power’ (2019) 39 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (forthcoming);
- Chief Justice Susan Kiefel, ‘Judicial Advice to Trustees: its origins, purposes and nature’ (2019) 42(3) Melbourne University Law Review (forthcoming);
- Rita Matulionyte, ‘Empowering Authors Via Fairer Copyright Contract Law’ (2019) 42(2) UNSW Law Journal 681;
- Barbara McDonald, ‘Byrne v Deane (1937)’ in David Rolph (ed), Landmark Cases in Defamation Law, (2019, Hart Publishing);
- Jeannie Marie Paterson, Corones’ Australian Consumer Law (4th edn, 2019, Thomson Reuters);
- Jeannie Marie Paterson, Elise Bant and Matthew Clare, ‘Doctrine, policy, culture and choice in assessing unconscionable conduct under statute: ASIC v Kobelt’ (2019) 13 Journal of Equity 81;
- Gail Pearson, Elisabeth Peden, GJ Tolhurst, Sheelagh McCracken, Jeannie Paterson, Anne McNaughton, Ryan Catterwell and Allison Sillink,
Commercial Law: Commentary and Materials (4th edn, 2019, Thomson Reuters);
- Elisabeth Peden, ‘Penalties after Paciocco – the Enigma of ‘Legitimate Interests’?’ (2019) 25 Journal of Contract Law 263;
- Pauline Ridge, ‘Accounting for gains from knowing participation in breach of fiduciary duty’ (2019) 13 Journal of Equity 69; and
- Gabrielle Wolf and Danuta Mendelsohn, ‘The My Health Record System: Potential To Undermine The Paradigm Of Patient Confidentiality?’ (2019) 42(2) UNSW Law Journal 619.
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We have been informed about the ANZ Law and History Society Conference to be held at Victoria University Law School, Melbourne on 11th to 14th December. The theme is ‘Does Law’s History Matter? The Politics of our Disciplinary Practices’ which is very appropriate and relevant to private law people.
Updated to add:
For those of us who are interested in apologies, there is a conference on ‘Apologies in the Legal Arena: A Comparative Law Perspective’ on 27 September 2019 at Salle del Edicole in Padova in Italy, with scholars from the US, Italy and Australia presenting (including several members of the Network).