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LIJ September 2003

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LIJ September 2003

Cover Story

Cover Story

Access to essential infrastructure
The Productivity Commission's recommendations for reform of Part IIIA of the Trade Practices Act and the National Competition Council's guide to its current operation aim to improve the workability of the national access regime.

By Brenda Marshall and Rachael Mulheron

Cover Story

Feature Articles

Trusts

Professional service trusts – are you covered?
Professional service trusts are the latest area of professional practice threatened with more intensive Australian Taxation Office scrutiny.

By Dr Srechko Kontelj

Fraud
Consent no defence to fraudulently applying company property 
A recent High Court decision has significant implications for sole director proprietary companies.
By James McConvill

Taxation

Tax consolidation – the new nightmare
Most practitioners have merrily assumed that tax consolidation is an unintelligible area of practice that holds no daily relevance to them, but they would be wrong.

By John Currie

Unfair dismissal
Compensation as a remedy in the unfair dismissal jurisdiction 
When determining payment in lieu of reinstatement in unfair dismissal proceedings, the Australian Industrial Relations Commission takes many matters into consideration.
By Tim Donaghey

Superannuation

Splitting the super ... and selling the home
Major changes have been made to the way in which courts can deal with superannuation under the Family Law Act 1975.

By Jacqueline Campbell

Human rights
Guarding human rights 
A Senate Committee's rejection of key aspects of the federal government's proposed human rights Bill is an important step in protecting the integrity and independence of our national human rights watchdog.
By Ronnit Redman and Professor George Williams

Briefs

  • VLRPA Annual General Meeting
  • IVF laws not sexist: professor
  • New look for LIV conferences
  • LIV home for government, later lawyers
  • National professional standards agreement
  • First female Solicitor-General appointed
  • Monash opens city chambers
  • Genes report praised
  • Lawyers migrate to new group
  • News

  • Step in the right direction
  • Regulation one-stop shop
  • Salaries rise slowly
  • Law firm profits not lost to costs
  • Minimum rates of pay
  • Renewed push on briefing practices
  • A voice for the children
  • Breathing new life into the law
  • New Minters boss Mr 140%
  • At Footy and Law
  • Every Issue

  • Member services
  • Unsolicited
  • VLRC : Watching brief
  • Conferences
  • inreference (articles)
  • ALRC : A question of patents
  • Reviews of judgments
  • Ethics : Painless farewells
  • Human resources : On a more formal note
  • From the President : Regulation blueprint
  • New admissions
  • With all due respect? : A Stary is born
  • From the CEO : End in sight
  • Pro bono : A Fulbright idea
  • Institute update
  • Law Institute advocacy
  • Tax issues : Down with duty
  • According to merit? : Meritorious appointment ...
  • Legislation update
  • I.T. in practice : Know your technology
  • Ethics Committee rulings
  • Penalty interest rate
  • Legal action
  • insites (web)
  • inprint (books)
  • Comments




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