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LIJ February 2007

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Cover Story

A juggling act: the confusion of GST in costs orders
Taxing rules need amendment to prevent unfairness.

By Paul Stacey

Cover Story

Feature Articles

Drink-driving

Building a defence against drink-driving charges
Motorists facing drink-driving charges may find themselves in a David v Goliath situation where the Crown holds most of the power. However, there are ways of toppling the giant.

By Warwick J Walsh-Buckley

Trade Practices

Clear skies debatable – the Trade Practices Legislation Amendment Act 2006
While it contains significant departures from the Dawson Committee recommendations that it purports to imple-ment, the Trade Practices Legislation Amendment Act is unlikely to fulfil the expectations of a less restrictive trade practices landscape.

By Sarah Barker and Doug Shirrefs

Employment Contracts

Entitlements for breach of contract
When assessing damages for breach of an employment contract, the courts are not being restricted by the notice period in the contract.

By Tim Davey

Stamp Duty

Stamping out double taxation
While new provisions in the Duties Act aim to provide relief from economic double taxation for eligible beneficiar-ies on transfer of dutiable property, there is a significant difference between their actual and apparent scope.

By Dr Bill Orow

Restraint of Trade

The restraint of trade doctrine: Macnaghten said it best
Should Lord Macnaghten's test in Nordenfelt for threshold questions on the restraint of trade doctrine be preferred to the more recent decisions in Esso ?

By Glenn McGowan SC and Tomaso Di Lallo

Paternity

The tort of deceit and misrepresentations of paternity
Magill v Magill may be both a beginning and end to “paternity fraud” claims.

By Joanna Fletcher and Samantha Horsfield

 



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