Tuesday, 9 November 2021

Australian Business Law Review, Vol 49, Part 3

ABLR Vol 49, Part 3 is out and features five excellent contributions:

* Regulating a Quick Fix for Debt Problems – Vivien Chen  and Candice Lemaitre

* Autonomous Vehicles: Regulatory, Insurance and Liability Issues – Julie-Anne TarrTony Tarr and Amanda-Jane George (McBratney)

*Unconscionable Conduct under the Australian Consumer Law: Clarification and Contention – Philip Clarke

* Implications of the Victorian Class Action Contingency Fee Reforms – John Emmerig and Emily Vale

* Book Review - Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, by Virginia Torrie (Virginia T.) – Reviewed by Jason Harris

I would again like to encourage prospective authors to consider submitting their articles to the ABLR. One significant advantage of seeking to publish your article in the ABLR is our much quicker turnaround times compared to other leading legal journals. We aim to publish practical business law articles on topical issues in a timely manner, which means we have to operate on shorter time frames.

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