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LIJ July 2005

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Feature Articles

Arbitrating international disputes
As international arbitration expands into new subject areas, the need for a principled approach to the use of interim measures, particularly on an ex parte basis, will increase.

By Nicole Bigby

Avoid rejection: successful international document authentication
Failure to follow the necessary processes for having documents recognised internationally can result in rejection of the documents, a waste of time and unnecessary cost.

By Professor Phillip Hamilton

Coming & going: protecting FTA traffic
The level of protection and the dispute resolution mechanisms available to exporters and investors under free trade agreements can vary significantly.

By Ross Becroft, Andrew Hudson & Lynne Kinnear

Getting technical: additions to the drink-driving defence armoury
There are considerable obstacles in the path of motorists who wish to defend drink-driving charges. However, some charges are dismissed and the body of cases in the drink-driving defence armoury grows. Here are some new “weapons” the defence might deploy against the prosecution.

By Warwick J Walsh-Buckley

Know your limits: claims for international carriage of goods
Claims for damage to cargo carried by sea or air are affected by liability and time limits under international conventions that may substantially reduce the claim.

By Nick Luxton & Matthew Harvey

Making it your business: possible new structures for law firms
While the Legal Profession Act 2004 (Vic) paves the way for new business structures, law firms need to carefully consider the financial and taxation attributes of each when deciding which model to adopt.

By Keith Harvey and Anna Tang

Not at home: the dilemma of detained asylum seekers
In affirming the legality of indefinite detention, the High Court decisions in Al-Kateb and Al Khafaji violate Australia’s international obligations.

By Parinaz Kermani

Under the microscope: biodiversity protection in Australia
The current fragmentation of the legislative framework in Australia is a major handicap to more effective biodiversity conservation.

By Wayne S Gumley

Under the microscope: biodiversity protection in Australia
The current fragmentation of the legislative framework in Australia is a major handicap to more effective biodiversity conservation.

By Wayne S Gumley

 



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