Thursday 16 November 2023

Australian Business Law Review, Vol 51, Part 4

ABLR Vol 51, Part 4 is out. This edition features five excellent contributions:

* A World-Leading Sanitation System for Our Digital Economy: The Consumer Data Right – Natalia Jevglevskaja and Ross Buckley

* Investor-state Arbitration Implicating Breaches by a State-owned Enterprise of an Investment Contract – Judge Seunghun Lee

* Private Litigation Following Criminal Cartel Prosecutions – In Need of Assistance? – Michael Gvozdenovic

* Prepayments for Goods or Services and the Australian Consumer Law –Philip Clarke

* Balancing Corporate and Third-party Contractor Interests: An Analysis of Common Law and Statutory Law Assumptions – Arieh Herszberg

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.

Michael Terceiro
General Editor
Australian Business Law Review

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