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Are there extraterritorial limits to the operation of Australian competition law?

Australia - October 17 2017 The Air Cargo Cartel Proceeding International airlines typically carry cargo from airport to airport. The customers for that service are freight...


Recent Developments in Employment Disputes: Emphasising the Law of Contract

Australia - March 18 2016 Australian law has shifted from regulating the employeremployee relationship on the basis of status to now rely principally on contract. In...


Australia owns its history

Australia - November 11 2015 In an article in The Australian on 10 November 2015 Paul Kelly and Troy Bramston assert that letters sent from the Governor-General, Sir John Kerr to...


Can representations by a decision maker be the source of a duty to accord procedural fairness: a new life for legitimate expectations?

Australia - October 7 2015 In a recent decision, SZSSJ v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection the Full Court of the Federal Court (Rares, Perram and Griffiths JJ)...