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LIJ April 2004

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Cover Story

Privacy in the limelight
The debate over who controls "public image" and "personality rights" is growing. A landmark Queensland civil judgment provides a solid indication that Australian courts are now prepared to recognise a tort of privacy that poses a threat to the media.

By Stuart Gibson

Cover story

Feature Articles

Liability

Accessorial liability for breach of a fiduciary duty: an update
Victorian practitioners should not follow recent English cases in applying a compound test to determine liability as an accessory to a breach of fiduciary duty. Instead, they should apply the test in Consul Developments Pty Ltd v DPC Estates Pty Ltd.

By Hamish Redd

Employers' liability

After-hours conduct
An employer can discipline an employee for after-hours conduct that is directly linked to employment and which has a serious and significant effect on the workplace or damages the employer's interests.

By Mary-Jane Ierodiaconou

bankruptcy

Bankruptcy without a bankruptcy notice
A summons for oral examination is a useful means of obtaining a clear, unambiguous statement from debtors that they intend to suspend payment of their debts.

By Ian Caudwell

Liens

Navigating through the fog - Possessory liens in sale of goods transactions
Before advising on a client's rights regarding a possessory lien, a practitioner needs to be clear about the distinctive features of such a lien and how it operates in competition with other rights or securities over goods.

By Ross Becroft

Caveats

Removal of caveats – the possibilities
A couple of procedures are available to a registered proprietor of land who wishes to remove a caveat from their title. Careful thought needs to be given to the best approach.

By Andrew Kirby

Service

Service of proceedings overseas
A number of obstacles await a would-be plaintiff seeking to commence proceedings in the Victorian Supreme Court against a defendant based overseas.

By Justin Castelan

Sentencing

The evolution of sentencing
The welcome addition of the Sentencing Advisory Council to the Victorian criminal justice landscape opens the way for Victorian sentencing law and practice to become a more socially acceptable, constructive and forensic practice.

By Professor Mirko Bagaric and Richard Edney

 



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