Essential International Trade Law

Author: Michelle Sanson,David Barker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781876905330

Category: Law

Page: 138

View: 7478

The purpose of this book is to provide a clear and concise guide to the key elements of Essential International Trade Law. The books in the Essential series are intended as a helpful revision aid for the law student, primarily at undergraduate level, but they will be helpful to any students studying law as part of their course.

Australian Essential Legal Ethics

Author: Geoffrey Monahan

Publisher: Cavendish Publishing

ISBN: 1843141787

Category: Law

Page: 156

View: 4230

By avoiding the complexities of many textbooks, this book aims to provide students with a clear understanding of the legal practice and ethics, so that they can then build on their knowledge, and returning to this book for revision purposes.

Essential Contract Law, Geoff Monahan, 2nd Edition, 2001

Essential Contract Law

Author: Cavendish Publishing, Ltd

Publisher: Bukupedia

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 195

View: 6019

ESSENTIAL CONTRACT LAW Second Edition CP Cavendish Publishing (Australia) Pty Limited Sydney • London Titles in the series: Essential Administrative Law Essential Australian Law Essential Company Law Essential Constitutional law Essential Contract Law Essential Criminal Law Essential Equity and Trusts Essential Evidence Essential Family Law Essential International Trade Law Essential Management Law Essential Professional Conduct: Legal Accounting Essential Professional Conduct: Legal Ethics Essential Tort Law ESSENTIAL CONTRACT LAW Second Edition Geoff Monahan, BA, LLB, LLM Associate Professor, Faculty of Law University of Technology, Sydney General Editor Professor David Barker Dean of the Faculty of Law University of Technology, Sydney CP Cavendish Publishing (Australia) Pty Limited Sydney • London Second edition first published 2001 by Cavendish Publishing (Australia) Pty Limited, 3/303 Barrenjoey Road, Newport, New South Wales 2106 Telephone: (02) 9999 2777 Facsimile: (02) 9999 3688 Email: [email protected] Cavendish Publishing Limited, The Glass House, Wharton Street, London WC1X 9PX, United Kingdom Telephone: +44 (0)20 7278 8000 Facsimile: +44 (0)20 7278 8080 Email: [email protected] Website: www.cavendishpublishing.com © Monahan, G 2001 First edition 1997 Second edition 2001 All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher and copyright owner. Any person who infringes the above in relation to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages. National Library of Australia Cataloguing in Publication Data Monahan, Geoff Essential contract law – 2nd ed Includes index 1 Contracts – Australia I Title II Title: Contract law (Series: Essential series) 346.9402 ISBN 1 876905 01 8 Printed and bound in Great Britain Foreword This book is part of the Cavendish Essential Series. The books in the series constitute a unique publishing venture for Australia in that they are intended as a helpful revision aid for the hard-pressed student. They are not intended to be a substitute for the more detailed textbooks which are already listed in the current Cavendish catalogue. Each book follows a prescribed format consisting of a checklist covering each of the areas in the chapter, and an expanded treatment of ‘Essential’ issues looking at examination topics in depth. The authors are all Australian law academics who bring to their subjects a wealth of experience in academic and legal practice. Professor David Barker General Editor Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney

Essential Corporate Law

Second Edition

Author: Michael Adams

Publisher: Cavendish Australia

ISBN: 1843144468

Category: Law

Page: 114

View: 7017

This book provides a clear and concise guide to the key elements of corporate law. The books in the Essential series are a helpful revision aid for law students, primarily at undergraduate level, but they will also be helpful to any students studying law as part of their course.

International Trade and Business Law Review

Author: Gabriel Moens

Publisher: Cavendish Publishing

ISBN: 1843145162

Category: Law

Page: 448

View: 3837

From Frankenstein to futuristic feminist utopias, Decoding Gender in Science Fiction examines the ways science fiction writers have incorporated, explored, and revised conventional notions of sexual difference. Attebery traces a fascinating history of men's and women's writing that covertly or overtly investigates conceptions of gender, suggesting new perspectives on the genre.

The Australian Trade Practices Act 1974

Proscriptions and Prescriptions for a More Competitive Economy

Author: D.K. Round

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401583242

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 238

View: 9739

This book presents a collection of papers which evaluate the achievements of the Australian Trade Practices Act 1974 in making Australian markets more competitive. The contributors have all played major roles in Australian and New Zealand antitrust actions, either as expert economic witnesses, as antitrust enforcers, as judges or as quasi-judicial administrators. No other publication presents such in-depth economic analysis of the Act and the cases decided under it in its first two decades of its operation. As well as an introductory paper, this collection includes a foreword by the Hon. George Gear, Assistant Treasurer of the Australian Government and Minister responsible for the administration of the Act, plus two broad analytical overviews of the last two decades of Australian antitrust actions by two economists who have continually been at the heart of antitrust proceedings. In addition, papers are provided which give a judicial view of the Act and economic analysis, which compare the Act with its New Zealand counterpart. Other contributions look in detail at those sections of the Act which cover mergers, misuse of market power, price-fixing and vertical practices. The book shows that the Act has had a major impact on Australian market behavior. Judges, lawyers and economists between them have produced a truly Australian approach to antitrust, which has reflected overseas trends in both law and economics, as well as developed a unique Australian flavor. The book will be of interest to academic and practicing lawyers and economists, judges and corporate executives. It will be essential reading for Australian students in undergraduate courses in antitrust law, business regulation, antitrust economics and industrial organization. It provides by far the most comprehensive economic evaluation of Australian antitrust yet published and so will be the definitive source of information on this topic for non-Australians interested in comparative antitrust legislation and enforcement issues.

Who's who in Australia

Author: Leanne Sullivan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Australia

Page: 2282

View: 9010

A biographic reference to notable people in Australia. Entrants are drawn from all areas of Australian life, including the arts, politics, education, medicine, defence, business, diplomatic service, and recipients of honours and awards.

International Law in Australia

Author: Donald R. Rothwell,Emily Crawford (Writer on international law)

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780455228310

Category: Australia

Page: 624

View: 5513

International Law in Australia is the third edition in a landmark series that since 1965 has tracked the development and significance of international law for Australia. With eminent contributors from academia, government and the profession, International Law in Australia provides an exhaustive and contemporary account of Australia¿s interactions with international law in the 21st century. The work divides into analysis of critical aspects of Australia¿s international law engagement with international organisations, treaty making, dispute resolution and the interaction of international law with Australian law. Consideration is also given to Australian state practice and engagement in traditional areas of international law such as law of the sea, international criminal law, international human rights, and international trade law, while areas of international legal practice and engagement particular to Australia such as international resources law, and Australia¿s external territories are also addressed. Australia¿s contributions to the development of international law in areas such as international humanitarian law, and international aviation law are also assessed. The book is essential reading for any international law student, scholar or practitioner seeking a contemporary understanding of Australian practice in and the significance international law holds for Australia.

The WTO and International Trade Law/dispute Settlement

Author: Petros C. Mavroidis,A. O. Sykes

Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub

ISBN: 9781843763437

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 697

View: 6777

'An effective WTO, promoting trade liberalization and policing the system, has to be at the heart of a well-functioning multilateral trading system - which is, in turn, vital for global economic growth and the reduction of poverty. This volume brings together an important collection of papers which address issues of central concern for [continuing] global economic prosperity.' - Anne O. Krueger, International Monetary Fund, US the system of dispute resolution within the WTO and its evolution over time have attracted the attention of numerous scholars. This volume brings together a selection of papers by prominent scholars working in a range of disciplines. the collection is divided into six parts. the first addresses broad questions about the scope and function of the dispute resolution system. Part II considers the relationship between the dispute system and national authorities, while part III focuses more narrowly on the remedies for breach of legal obligations in the WTO system. Part IV examines litigation and settlement questions. Part V considers the pre-WTO environment and the role of unilateralism in the enforcement of commitments under GATT. the final section looks at broader systemic issues.

Enforcing international trade law

the evolution of the modern GATT legal system

Author: Robert E. Hudec

Publisher: MICHIE

ISBN: N.A

Category: Political Science

Page: 630

View: 7113

"This book presents a history and analysis of the GATT legal system as it stands today at the beginning of the 1990s. Although the origins of GATT law go back to the GATT/ITO negotiations of 1946-1948 and beyond, the current legal system is largely the product of a reconstruction that took place from 1970 onwards. The book focuses on the evolution of GATT law during this modern period. It concentrates on the development of GATT's procedure for adjudicating legal disputes between member countries, known in GATT parlance as the "dispute settlement procedure". -- from the Preface, p. vii.