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LIJ November 2003

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LIJ November 2003

Cover Story

Cover Story

High aims for professional standards legislation
The aim of new national professional standards legislation is to improve occupational standards, reduce risk, and give better protection to consumers.

By Bernie Marden

Cover story

Feature Articles

Trade Practices Act

Dawson Reports on TPA
As the Bill to effect the Dawson Committee’s Review of the Competition Provisions of the Trade Practices Act recommendations is expected to be debated in the current Spring Parliamentary sittings, it is timely to revisit the Committee’s principal views on the need to reform Australia’s competition law.

By Lawrence Baker

Privilege
Coercive investigations and legal professional privilege 
The High Court has held that the ACCC cannot require the production of documents that are subject to legal professional privilege. The decision is likely to have consequences for the investigative powers of other agencies.
By Dr Stephen Donaghue

Privilege

“Without prejudice” privilege
The High Court's Daniels decision established that a person may properly rely on legal professional privilege to refuse to comply with a notice under s155 of the TPA. Can "without prejudice" privilege also serve the same purpose?

By By Tom Pincus

Lease
Retail Leases Act 2003 
The Retail Leases Act 2003 provides a new system of regulation for retail leases. Part one of this two-part article looks at the application of the Act, including formalities, rent, outgoings and indemnities.
By Dr Clyde Croft, Derry Davine and Michael Redfern

Insurance

Victoria’s personal injury reforms
Victoria now has a raft of new laws aimed at solving problems in the insurance sector. They will impact on all members of our community and lawyers need to examine the changes carefully.

By Michael Lombard and Michael McGarvie

Briefs

  • Hulls appoints Acting Chief Justice
  • LIV forces body corporate review
  • Law students all eyes and careers
  • Council places bar on Specialisation
  • Women judges framed
  • Instilling better work ethics
  • Increased funding for juvenile justice
  • News

  • New AG sets course in choppy seas
  • New pay award for lawyers, support staff
  • Free up federal legal aid funds: LIV
  • VLA implements new grants process
  • Centenary celebrations High point for Court
  • Not yet letter perfect
  • Life is a Justice Cabaret, old chum!
  • A life in words
  • Every Issue

  • From the president: A man for all seasons
  • From the CEO: On a wing and a prayer
  • Unsolicited (Letters to the editor)
  • Member Services
  • LIV advocacy
  • Reviews of Judgments
  • Legislation Update
  • Practice Notes
  • Penalty Interest rate
  • Insites (web)
  • inprint (books)
  • Inreference (articles)
  • Tax Issues: TOFA rules: appropriate or anomalous?
  • Ethics: Rounding up the hours?
  • Ethics Committee rulings
  • Pro Bono: Access achieved
  • According to merit?: Boob tube
  • Human Resources: Chronic sick leave syndrome
  • IT in practice: Ratio awareness
  • With all due respect?: Women lawyers’ Reddy roar
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