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    Business Law Review

    Business Law Review

    2000, Vol.21                  2010, Vol.31

    2001, Vol.22                   2011, Vol.32

    2002, Vol.23                   2012, Vol.33

    2003, Vol.24                   2013, Vol.34

    2004, Vol.25                   2014, Vol.35

    2005, Vol.26                   2015, Vol.36

    2006, Vol.27

    2007, Vol.28

    2008, Vol.29

    2009, Vol.30

     

    Business Law Review, 2000, Vol.21

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    David Flint

    Copyright- Going Dutch or Going Mad?

    No.1

    pp. 3-5

    Patricia Jones

    The Electronic Communications Bill: An Overview

    No.1

    pp. 6-7

    Charles Wynn-Evans

    TUPE- Some of the Most Important Recent Developments

    No.1

    pp. 8-11

    Sylvia Elwes

    Sex Discrimination and the Refusal to Provide a Reference

    No.1

    pp. 12-14

    Emlyn Williams

    Here Comes the Flood?

    No.1

    pp. 14-15

    Frank Zumbo

    Unidroit and International Franchising

    No.1

    pp. 16-17

     

    Current Comment

    No.1

    pp. 18-22

     

    Infobank

    No.1

    pp. 23-24

    Charles Wynn-Evans

    Reasonable Dismissal Procedures: Some Recent Developments

    No.2

    pp. 26-29

    Jane Johnson

    SMEs and the Working Time Regulations 1998- One Year On

    No.2

    pp. 30-37

    Roland Fletcher

    Non- Disclosure and Materiality: A Lose All Situation for the Insured?

    No.2

    pp. 38-41

    Ian Kirby

    Intellectual Property and Information Technology

    No.2

    pp. 42-48

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.2

    pp. 48-50

     

    Infobank

    No.2

    pp. 51-52

    Paula Giliker

    Product Liability: Recent Developments in Product Liability

    No.3

    pp. 54-56

    James Kirkbride

    Company Law: Turnbull- Placing "Risk" Within the Board?

    No.3

    pp. 57-61

    Nicholas Ryder

    Financial Services: Diversity is the Key to Effective Regulation

    No.3

    pp. 62-65

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Intellectual Property and Information Technology: Ian Kirby; Computers and Internet

    No.3

    pp. 66-72

     

    Infobank- Accountancy, Companies, Consumer Protection, Courts, Customs and Excise, Employment, Energy, Government, Insolvency, Intellectual Property, Taxation

    No.3

    pp. 73-80

    Philip Circus

    Editorial- All Change at The Advertising Standards Authority

    No.4

    pp. 82-83

    Rita E. Esen

    Shareholder Advisory Committees: Giving Back Power to Members

    No.4

    pp. 83-85

    Bernie Hill

    The Case for Commerce Act Reform in New Zealand

    No.4

    pp. 86-89

    <David Flint, Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, Ian Kirby, Mark Furse>

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Cybersquatters, EU Briefing,UK Competition Law, Intellectual Property

    No.4

    pp. 90-104

     

    Infobank- Company Law, Computers and Internet, Consumer Protection, Fraud, Legal Services, Taxation, Trade Unions

    No.4

     pp.105-108

    Michael Regan

    Consequential and Indirect Loss

    No.5

    pp. 110-112

    M S Korotana

    Payment for Work Done in the Absence of a Contract: A New Dimension

    No.5

    pp. 113-114

    Matthew Rumbelow

    Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure Proposals for Change

    No.5

    pp. 115-116

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    E- Commerce and Cross- Border Shopping- Can the EU Untangle the Web?

    No.5

    pp. 117-118

    Rob Elgers

    The Introduction of the Euro: Where Does the Company Law of The Netherlands Stand?

    No.5

    pp. 119-121

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.5

    pp. 122-128

     

    Infobank

    No.5

    pp. 129-136

    David Flint

    Freedom and Civil Liberties RIP- The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill 2000

    No.6

    pp. 138-142

    Rob Elgers

    The Introduction of the Euro: Where Does the Company Law of The Netherlands Stand? An Update

    No.6

    pp. 142-143

    Lilian Miles, Giles Proctor

    Re- Designing the Office of Non- Executive Director: Has the Consultation Document Gone Far Enough?

    No.6

    pp. 143-147

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    EU Briefing

    No.6

    pp. 147-158

     

    Infobank

    No.6

    pp. 159-164

    Malcolm Sargeant

    New Rights for Some Part- Time Workers

    No.7

    pp. 166-170

    Nathan East

    Transfers and Tribulations: ECM v Cox and the Difficulties of Applying the Acquired Rights Directive and the TUPE Regulations to the Contracting Out of Services

    No.7

    pp. 170-176

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet Why are We Not Addressing the Challenges of the Third Millennium?

    No.7

    pp. 178-180

     

    Infobank

    No.7

    pp. 181-188

    Susannah Williams

    The Human Rights Act 1998

    No.8-9

    pp. 190-193

    Graham Harris

    Shipping- To Deliver or Not to Deliver, Mr Hobson

    No.8-9

    pp. 194-195

    R Fletcher

    Trusts- On the Horns of a Dilemma

    No.8-9

    pp. 196-197

    Nicholas Ryder

    Financial Services- The Cruickshank Report and Cash Machine Charges

    No.8-9

    pp. 198-201

    David Flint, Julie Nazareli, David Cowan, Rima Kabbani, Catherine Hamilton, Siobhan Elliott, Mark Furse

    Current Comment: Computers and Internet; EU Briefing; Intellectual Property and Information Technology; UK Competition Law

    No.8-9

    pp. 203-215

     

    Infobank

    No.8-9

    pp. 216-219

    Catherine Turner

    Advocate General's Opinion on the Legality of the Tobacco Advertising Directive

    No.10

    pp. 223-225

    M. S. Korotana

    Undue Influence in the Context of the Residential Mortgage Transaction

    No.10

    pp. 226-228

     

    Butterworths Competition Law Handbook

    No.10

    pp. 228-228

    <Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, David Flint, Michelle Ward>

    Current Comment- EU Briefing, Advertising, Competitions and Mergers, Consumers and Retail Law, Employment Law, Environmental and Water Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property/IT Law, Pharmaceuticals Law, Public Procurement, Sports Law, Computers and Internet, the Day the Music Died, Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Trade Mark Protection for Retail Services

    No.10

    pp. 229-240

     

    Infobank- Competition, Consumer Protection, Courts, IMF, Legislation, Taxation, Transport

    No.10

    pp. 241-248

    Vince Toman

    Health And Safety No Longer The Soft Option

    No.11

    pp. 250-252

    Nicholas Ryder

    Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

    No.11

    pp. 253-256

    Simon Young

    Limited Liability Partnerships- A Chance for Peace of Mind

    No.11

    pp. 257-260

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, David Flint

    Current Comment- EU Briefing, Advertising, Competition and Mergers, Consumer/Retail Law, Environment and Water Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property/ IT, Pharmaceuticals Law, Public Procurement, Sport Law, Computers and Internet, Stand by to Repel Boarders

    No.11

    pp. 261-270

     

    Infobank- Company Law, Competition, Consumer Protection, Customs & Excise, Human Rights, Intellectual Property, Legal Services, Taxation, VAT

    No.11

    pp. 271-276

    Michael Doherty, Roland Fletcher

    Corporate Loss and Personal Suits

    No.12

    pp. 279-281

    Nikki McKay

    Seller in Possession- Constructive Delivery of Goods on Site

    No.12

    pp. 282-284

    Sylvia Elwes

    Tracing Trust Property through a Mixed Fund

    No.12

    pp. 285-287

    Niki Gotsopoulou

    Legal Issues on International Franchising and Electronic Commerce

    No.12

    pp. 288-290

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Living in a Material World- and I am a Material Girl

    No.12

    pp. 291-292

     

    Infobank- Arbitration, Competition, Computers and Internet, Consumer Protection, Conveyancing, Courts, Health and Safety, Taxation, VAT

    No.12

    pp. 293-298

    Business Law Review, 2001, Vol.22

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    David Flint

    No Cash for Cache the EU Copyright Directive

    No.1

    pp. 3-5

    Dr. Richard Lawson

    Developments in The Field of Comparative Advertising

    No.1

    pp. 6-8

    Tony Dellow, Rebecca Lucas

    Restoring Faith in the New Zealand Government

    No.1

    pp. 9-10

    Linus Osita Okeke

    Joinder of Insurer in Action against Insured in Nigeria

    No.1

    pp. 11-14

     

    Current Comment- Intellectual Property, Domain Name Dispute Resolution- The Practice; Cases to Note, Contract for Services, Intellectual Property, Information Technology

    No.1

    pp. 15-17

     

    Infobank- Company Law, Computers and Internet, Courts, Criminal Law, Immigration, Legal Services, Lord Chancellor s Department, Property, Trusts

    No.1

    pp. 18-24

    Philip Goldenberg

    Company Law Reform: Another Bullseye

    No.2

    pp. 26-27

    Paula Giliker

    Illegal Transactions in the Twenty- first Century: A Clearer Future?

    No.2

    pp. 28-31

    Richard Lawson

    Prize Draws and Prize Competitions- The Law in Difficulty

    No.2

    pp. 32-35

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Why Does Only Wal- Mart Canada Suck?

    No.2

    pp. 36-40

     

    Infobank- Accountancy, Computers and Internet, Consumer Protection, Courts, Customs and Excise, Financial Services, Insolvency, IMF, Regulations, Takeovers and Mergers, Trading Law, Insurance

    No.2

    pp. 41-48

    Roland Fletcher

    Commonhold: A New Form of Tenure

    No.3

    pp. 50-52

    Charles Wynn-Evans

    Some Important TUPE Cases in 2000

    No.3

    pp. 53-56

    Roger Kay

    Extent of the Duty of Good Faith- Clarified or is it?

    No.3

    pp. 57-59

    Frank Zumbo

    Australia's Supermarket Code of Conduct and Ombudsman

    No.3

    pp. 60-62

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    Current Comment- EU Briefings, Advertising, Competition and Mergers, UK competition Law, Consumer and Retail Law, Employment, Environment and Water Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property and IT Law, Pharmaceuticals and Health Law, Public Procurement Law

    No.3

    pp. 63-72

     

    Infobank- Commercial Law, Employment, European Parliament, Taxation, Trade

    No.3

    pp. 73-75

    Peter Groves

    Land Agreements under the Competition Act 1998

    No.4

    pp. 78-79

    Emlyn Williams

    Consultation, Consultation, and Consultation

    No.4

    pp. 80-83

    David Strang, Mark Wing

    Unlucky for Some- or the Son, the Wife and the Mother

    No.4

    pp. 84-86

    Colin Perkin

    Political Funding by Companies: the New Regime

    No.4

    pp. 87-90

    David Flint, Mark Lawry

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Fanning the Flames or Flaming the Fans? More Inconsistencies of the UDRP- Intellectual Property, Death of a Software Licence, The Morning After: Buying A Dotcom, University Challenge over Human Rights? You ve Got Mail- Unmasking the Enemy

    No.4

    pp. 91-98

     

    Infobank- Civil Justice, Courts, European Union, Intellectual Property, Taxation

    No.4

    pp. 99-103

    Mark Wright

    Banking Law; Re: Foamcrete and Assignment

    No.5

    pp. 106-108

    Malcolm Sargeant

    Employment; Mandatory Employee Consultation Still Likely

    No.5

    pp. 109-112

    Shabir Korotana

    Sale of Goods; "Selling in the Course of a Business"- An Afterthought

    No.5

    pp. 113-114

    Denis Willemars

    International Corner; Dutch Supreme Court and Contractual Cancellation of Options at Termination of Labour Contract

    No.5

    pp. 115-115

    Afolabi Elebiju

    International Corner; The Investment & Securities Act 1999: An Overview of Anti-Trust Considerations in the Regulation of Mergers in Nigeria

    No.5

    pp. 116-121

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Keep Biting the Cherry- UDRP Strategy

    No.5

    pp. 122-124

     

    Infobank- Civil Procedure, Company Law, Competition, Consumer Protection, Judicial Appointments, Judicial Review

    No.5

    pp. 125-131

    Jessicca Learmond-Criqui

    The Use of CCTV in the Workplace

    No.6

    pp. 134-137

    Nathan East

    More Transfers and Tribulations

    No.6

    pp. 138-145

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Where in the World?

    No.6

    pp. 146-150

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    Current Comment- EU Briefings, Competitions and Mergers, UK Competition Law,Education, Employment Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property/ IT Law, Pharmaceuticals Law, Public Procurement

    No.6

    pp. 151-156

    Mark Lawry

    Current Comment- Intellectual Property, A Right of Privacy s Big Day, CA Finds that it is Resonable for a Supplier to Limiti Contractual Liability to a User, Record Industry Wins the Battle but Losses the War?, Yahoo! Falls Foul of Local Law'

    No.6

    pp. 157-159

    Roland Fletcher

    An Offer You Can't Refuse

    No.7

    pp. 162-163

    Jane Johnson

    The Potential Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Employment Law

    No.7

    pp. 164-168

    Nicholas Ryder

    Friend or Foe? The FSA and Credit Unions

    No.7

    pp. 169-173

    Emlyn Williams

    Abridged Too Far?- Employment Law

    No.7

    pp. 174-174

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and internet, Net learning? "D-"

    No.7

    pp. 175-178

     

    Current Comment- Consumer Protection, The OFT is watching you!, Gaming Laws, And the winner is!, Internet agreements, To link or not to link

    No.7

    pp. 178-181

     

    Infobank- Competition, Employment, European Union, Taxation

    No.7

    pp. 182-184

    Peter Groves

    Implementing the EC Designs Directive

    No.8-9

    pp. 187-189

    Stuart Casey

    A New Dawn for the Parallel Importer?

    No.8-9

    pp. 190-192

    Nicholas Ryder

    The Re- invention of the Post Office?

    No.8-9

    pp. 193-196

    Lawrence Juwah

    Adoption of Universal Banking in Nigeria: Consideration of The Legal Issues and Implications

    No.8-9

    pp. 197-203

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet, Are the New gTLDs the .BIZ or Is It Just for .PROs?

    No.8-9

    pp. 204-208

     

    Infobank, Banking Law, Competition, Employment, Energy, EUREKA, Government, Intellectual Property, SMEs, Taxation, Tribunals

    No.8-9

    pp. 208-215

    Malcolm Sargeant

    New Transfer Regulations

    No.10

    pp. 218-221

    Jessica Learmond-Criqui, Justin Costley

    Arbitration in Employment Disputes

    No.10

    pp. 222-224

    Peter Groves

    Copyright Law Enters the 21st Century

    No.10

    pp. 225-228

    Michael Doherty, Nicholas Ryder

    The Properties of Reducing a Pension Fund Surplus

    No.10

    pp. 229-233

    Peter Groves

    Book Review, An Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice by Valentine Korah

    No.10

    pp. 233-233

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet, Can ICANN or will New.Net Create the New Net

    No.10

    pp. 234-236

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    EU Briefings, EU Competition and Mergers, Employment, Insurance, Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals and Health Briefing, Public Procurement

    No.10

    pp. 237-242

     

    Infobank, Bankruptcy, Company Law, Consumer Credit, Employment, Environment, Intellectual Property, Value Added Tax

    No.10

    pp. 243-248

    David Flint

    The Name is Bond "Web- bot Bond"- Some Legal Issues Surrounding Intelligent Agents

    No.11

    pp. 250-255

    Gareth Davies

    Book review, Domain Names: Global Practice and Procedure by John R Olson

    No.11

    pp. 255-255

    Shelagh Gaskill

    Too Late to Panic!

    No.11

    pp. 256-257

    Elizabeth Steward

    The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse- the Financial Services Authority and Its Statutory Objectives

    No.11

    pp. 258-261

    Mark Lawry

    Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Sporks Fly as the Gunners Finish Second Best, A Similar Pattern in Design Right Cases, Ebooks: When is a Book not a Book?, New Law for Designs, Parallel Imports, Copyright- The Acts of Piracy, The Art of Preparation in Outsourcing Contracts

    No.11

    pp. 262-269

     

    Infobank, Company Law, Consumer Protection, Employement, Information Technology

    No.11

    pp. 270-272

    Philip Circus

    Why Self- Regulation?

    No.12

    pp. 274-274

    Philip Goldenberg

    UK Company Law Reform

    No.12

    pp. 275-277

    Nathan East

    Addis v Gramophone: Time to Change the Tune?

    No.12

    pp. 278-285

    Keith Brinkworth, Christine Noone

    Typographical Edition! Infringement: Some Recent Developments in Copyright

    No.12

    pp. 286-290

    John Davies

    The Russian Land Bill- A Beginning

    No.12

    pp. 291-292

    David Flint

    If at First You Don't Succeed

    No.12

    pp. 293-298

     

    Infobank

    No.12

    pp. 299-304

    Business Law Review, 2002, Vol.23

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jessica Learmond Criqui, Peter Holt

    Collective Redunancies in Europe

    No.1

    pp. 2-4

    Roland Fletcher

    Good Faith or a Contagious Disease of Alien Origin?

    No.1

    pp. 5-8

    Sylvia Elwes

    Bankruptcy and Disability Payments

    No.1

    pp. 9-12

    Julie Nazerali, Monica Khosla

    Current Comment, EU Briefings, Competitions and Mergers, Consumer and Retail Law, Employment, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals Law, Public Procurement

    No.1

    pp. 13-19

    David Flint

    Current Comment, Computers and Internet, We did It Our Way

    No.1

    pp. 20-22

     

    Infobank, Competition, Computers and Internet, Customs and Excise, Employment, Intellectual Property, VAT

    No.1

    pp. 23-28

     

    Editorial News, Fraud Advisory Panel s Respose to Lord Justice Ald s Review of the Criminal Courts

    No.2

    pp. 30-30

    Roger Kay

    Acting in Good Faith: the Terms Are Still Confusing

    No.2

    pp. 31-33

    David Flint

    Why Is the Rest of the World Out of Step with the EU

    No.2

    pp. 34-36

    Sylvia Elwes

    Football Hooliganism

    No.2

    pp. 37-41

    Mark Lawry

    Current Comment, Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Copyright, Computers and Internet, Information Technology

    No.2

    pp. 42-45

     

    Infobank, Arbitration, Customs and Excise, Energy, European Union, Taxation, Telecommunications, VAT

    No.2

    pp. 46-51

    Bryan Clark

    Company Directors' Disqualification: The New Regime

    No.3

    pp. 54-59

    Malcolm Sargeant

    More Consultation on Fixed- Term Contracts

    No.3

    pp. 60-63

    Alan S Reid

    The Case of Levi's and Cool Water - Too Much to Splash Out?

    No.3

    pp. 64-69

    Kevin M Rogers

    Snap! Internet "Offers" under Scrutiny Again

    No.3

    pp. 70-72

    M S Korotana

    Privity of Contract and the Law of Agency: A Sub- Agent's Accountability to the Principal

    No.3

    pp. 73-76

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet; Right or Rights?- Distributors and the UDRP

    No.3

    pp. 77-79

     

    Infobank

    No.3

    pp. 80-83

    Susan Nicholas

    Guide to Authors

    No.3

    pp. 84-84

    Richard Leedham, Sonia Linker

    Reinsurance Disputes: How, Where And Who To Sue

    No.4

    pp. 86-87

    Michael Sinclair

    Treasury and Related Finance Accounting Business Process Outsourcings: Turning the Red into Black

    No.4

    pp. 88-91

    Nicholas Ryder, Liz Steward, Clare Chambers

    The Rise and Fall of the Central Services Organisation

    No.4

    pp. 92-95

    Peter Mayer

    New German Legislation on the Acquisition of Securities and the Takeover of Companies

    No.4

    pp. 96-98

    David Flint

    Nothing Sucks Like a UDRP Decision

    No.4

    pp. 99-101

     

    Infobank

    No.4

    pp. 102-108

    Nicholas Bourne

    Pre- Incorporation Contracts

    No.5

    pp. 110-111

    Kevin M Rogers

    Snap- Happy Consumers Leave Kodak in the Dark

    No.5

    pp. 112-114

    Amir Kabishi

    Thalidomide Revisited: The Relevance of the Hepatitis C Litigation

    No.5

    pp. 115-117

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.5

    pp. 118-129

     

    Infobank

    No.5

    pp. 130-135

    Nicholas Bourne

    Just and Equitable Winding Up

    No.6

    pp. 138-139

    Lilian Miles

    The German Corporate Governance Code: What Implications

    No.6

    pp. 140-145

    David Flint

    Current Comment, Computers and Internet, Any Colour- So Long As It s Not Black

    No.6

    pp. 146-148

    Julie Nazerali, Monica Khosla

    Current Comment, EU Briefings, Competition, Consumer Protection, E-Commerce, Employment, Financial Services, Free Movement of Goods, Insurance, Intellectual Property/ IT, Public Procurement, State Aid, Telecoms

    No.6

    pp. 149-153

    Mark Lawry

    Current Comment, Intelluctual Property/ IT, Securitisation: A Choice for New Financing, You ve Paid for It, but Can You Use It? Intellectual Property Rights Arising in Consulting Relationships

    No.6

    pp. 154-156

     

    Infobank, Company Law, Competition, Computers and Internet, Consumer Credit, European Union, Financial Services, Intellectual Property, Taxation

    No.6

    pp. 157-164

    Charles Wynn-Evans

    Trust and Confidence and The Wrongful Dismissal Claim

    No.7

    pp. 166-169

    Jessica Learmond-Criqui, Michael Salters

    The Goalposts Have Moved- Enhanced Redundancy Entitlements Under Pension Schemes Now Transfer Under TUPE

    No.7

    pp. 170-172

    Jane Johnson

    Employer's Liability for Stress at Work

    No.7

    pp. 173-176

    Roger Kay

    Good Faith and Fraudulent Claims: Another Fine Mess

    No.7

    pp. 177-179

    Leon Swerling

    A Legal Minefield Explained: Part 2 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the CPR 1998 Part 56

    No.7

    pp. 180-181

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet; Three Strikes and You're Out?

    No.7

    pp. 182-184

     

    Infobank

    No.7

    pp. 185-192

    Dr Michael Sinclair

    Customer Service Centre Outsourcings: Managing Risk for Good Corporate Governance

    No.8-9

    pp. 194-199

    Alan S Reid

    Get Your Motor Running: The European Commission's Proposal to Shake Up the Motor Vehicle Sector

    No.8-9

    pp. 200-204

    Malcolm Sargeant

    Temporary Workers Wait for Increased Protection

    No.8-9

    pp. 205-205

    Ann Spowart Taylor, Stephanie Proud

    Medical Evidence: Crucial in Employment Tribunals

    No.8-9

    pp. 209-211

    Alan Potter

    Landfill: A Prospective

    No.8-9

    pp. 212-213

    David Flint

    Knowing Me, Knowing You

    No.8-9

    pp. 214-217

    Rachael Arning

    British- German Jurists' Association Conference

    No.8-9

    pp. 218-220

     

    Infobank

    No.8-9

    pp. 221-227

    Alexandra Wood

    Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness: The EU Council Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings

    No.10

    pp. 230-232

    Adrian Williams

    The Shifting Importance of Procedural Fairness in Unfair Dismissal Proceedings

    No.10

    pp. 233-238

    Jane Johnson

    UK Violation of Trade Unionists' Right to Freedom of Assembly and the European Convention on Human Rights

    No.10

    pp. 239-243

    Brian Foley

    Court Protection of Ailing Companies- the Law of Examinership in the Republic of Ireland, Part 1

    No.10

    pp. 244-249

    David Flint

    Not Very Nice Is It?- Internet Libel

    No.10

    pp. 250-253

     

    Infobank

    No.10

    pp. 254-256

    Jessica Learmond-Criqui, Peter Holt

    The Employment Act 2002- A Guide

    No.11

    pp. 258-259

    Steven de Schrijver, Alexandre Geulette

    Liability of Internet Service Providers: A Belgian Perspective

    No.11

    pp. 260-266

    Brian Foley

    Court Protection of Ailing Companies- The Law of Examinership in the Republic of Ireland, Part 2

    No.11

    pp. 267-275

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.11

    pp. 276-278

     

    Infobank

    No.11

    pp. 279-283

    Richard Leedham, Sonia Linker

    Businesses in the UK and US Assess Differing Prospects After Legal Rulings in Asbestos Cases

    No.12

    pp. 286-287

    Roland Fletcher

    Sorry: My Mistake

    No.12

    pp. 288-290

    Vincent Akpotaire

    The Nigerian Privatisation Laws, Insider Dealing Abuses, and The Regulatory Authorities

    No.12

    pp. 291-295

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Walking, Talking, Living Doll

    No.12

    pp. 296-298

    Julia Nazerali

    EU Briefings

    No.12

    pp. 298-305

    Mark Lawry

    Intellectual Property and Information Technology

    No.12

    pp. 305-311

     

    Infobank

    No.12

    pp. 312-316

    Business Law Review, 2003, Vol.24

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    John Chave

    EU Public Procurement Takes on a Greener Hue: Developments in the Application of Social and Environmental Factors in Public Procurement

    No.1

    pp. 2-4

    Pascal Meyer

    The Challenge of the Multi- Jurisdictional Deal- The Perspective of an Environmental Consultant

    No.1

    pp. 5-7

    Adrian Williams

    The Changing Face Of Indirect Discrimination

    No.1

    pp. 8-11

    David Flint, Mark Lawry

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet, Intellectual Property and IT

    No.1

    pp. 12-17

     

    Infobank- Communications, Competition, Consumer Credit, Customs and Excise, Energy, Financial Services, Health and Safety, Insurance, Legislation, Intellectual Property

    No.1

    pp. 18-23

    Roland Fletcher

    Metamorphosis: Agent to Principal

    No.2

    pp. 26-27

    Colin Davies, Rhiannon Davies

    Once More unto the Breach: UK s Global Intervention in Shipments of IP Right Protected Products

    No.2

    pp. 28-31

    Ali Sanayei

    Electronic Commerce and Global Marketing

    No.2

    pp. 32-34

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet

    No.2

    pp. 36-41

     

    Infobank- Company Law, Competition, Customs and Excise, Employment, Energy, Environment, Health and Safety, Immigration, Insurance, Partnership Law, Taxation, VAT

    No.2

    pp. 42-52

    Matthew Gullick

    Political Donations and Political Expenditure by Companies: The Authorisation and Disclosure Requirements of the CA 1985

    No.3

    pp. 54-58

    Michael Doherty, Helen James

    The Law of Mistake in the 21st Century

    No.3

    pp. 59-62

    Malcolm Sargeant

    New Employment Protection

    No.3

    pp. 63-66

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet- ... And Rock & Roll

    No.3

    pp. 67-71

    Mark Lawry

    Intellectual Property and IT- The Shape of Things to Come- The "Broad Axe" Approach To Damages- Trade Marks May Tell Us About Your Products But Not Too Much

    No.3

    pp. 71-74

     

    Infobank- Company Law- Consumer Credit- Consumer Protection- Employment- Energy- Export Law- Government- Taxation- VAT

    No.3

    pp. 75-80

    Philip Goldenberg

    Reforming Corporate Governance- A Very British Solution

    No.4

    pp. 82-86

    Paula Giliker

    Strict Liability for Defective Products: The Ongoing debate

    No.4

    pp. 87-90

     

    Electronic Contract in the Malaysian Contracts Act 1950: An Analytical Comparison with the EU Directive on E-Commerce and the US Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act 1999

    No.4

    pp. 91-106

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet- Bet You Don t Win?

    No.4

    pp. 107-110

    Mark Lawry

    Intellectual Property and IT- Prize Draws: Are You Breaking the Law?'

    No.4

    pp. 110-111

     

    Infobank- Consumer Credit- Employment

    No.4

    pp. 111-112

    Richard Lawson

    Consumers Acquire More Rights

    No.5

    pp. 114-115

    Jennifer Boniface, Edward Perry

    Is Industry Aware of How Much the Changes to Waste Disposal Will Cost

    No.5

    pp. 116-117

    Roland Fletcher

    To Guarantee or Not to Guarantee: That Is the Question?

    No.5

    pp. 118-120

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet- Guess What?- UDRP New Directions

    No.5

    pp. 121-123

    Susan Nicholas

    Infobank

    No.5

    pp. 124-132

    Jane Tyler

    The Perils of Sharing Information: "Gun Jumping" in Corporate Transactions

    No.6

    pp. 134-136

    Colin Davies, Rhiannon Davies

    Fighting Controversy in the UK: Morality and a Trade Mark Application

    No.6

    pp. 137-140

    Andrew H Baker

    The Common Bond and the Model Law- A Way Forward for UK Credit Unions?

    No.6

    pp. 141-144

    Ter Kah Leng

    Film Finance Insurance

    No.6

    pp. 145-150

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet

    No.6

    pp. 151-153

    Julie Nazerali, David Cowan

    Current Comment- EU Briefings

    No.6

    pp. 154-157

     

    Infobank

    No.6

    pp. 158-160

    Susan Hinchcliffe

    The Enterprise Act 2002: the New Law on Mergers, Cartels and Market Investigations

    No.7

    pp. 162-164

    Alan S Reid

    The Increasing Europeanisation of Company Law

    No.7

    pp. 165-168

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet

    No.7

    pp. 169-172

    Mark Lawry

    Current Comment- Intellectual Property and IT

    No.7

    pp. 173-177

     

    Infobank

    No.7

    pp. 178-187

    Tim Stocks

    The Alternative Investment Market of The London Stock Exchange- The Drive for Internationalisation

    No.8-9

    pp. 190-191

    Hse-Yu Chiu

    "Not A Public Offer"- Where Does the European Commission s Draft Prospectus Proposal Leave Small Issuers?

    No.8-9

    pp. 192-196

    Jane Johnson

    Age Discrimination and The European Community Treaty: Harvest Town Circle Limited v Rutherford

    No.8-9

    pp. 197-200

    Jennifer Miller

    Private Action, Public Benefit- A Review of Charities and the Wider Not- For- Profit Sector

    No.8-9

    pp. 201-203

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Ready, Take AIM Fire!

    No.8-9

    pp. 204-208

    Malcolm Sargeant

    Employment Law: Update

    No.8-9

    pp. 209-212

    Roger Kay

    Insurance: Film Finance and Truth: Never the Twain?

    No.8-9

    pp. 213-216

     

    Infobank

    No.8-9

    pp. 217-224

    Eberhardt Kuhne, Josef Fuss

    Corporate Governance in Germany

    No.10

    pp. 226-232

    Alan S Reid

    The Internationalisation of Corporate Governance Codes of Conduct

    No.10

    pp. 233-238

    Adrian Williams

    A Critical Appraisal of the Criteria Determining Employee Status

    No.11

    pp. 239-247

    David Flint

    Current comment: computers and Internet

    No.10

    pp. 248-250

     

    Infobank- Environment, Financial Services, Property

    No.10

    pp. 251-252

    Peter Groves

    The Reform of EC Competition Law

    No.11

    pp. 254-256

    Nicholas Bourne

    Modernising Company Law

    No.11

    pp. 257-262

    Jessica Learmond-Criqui, Jeffrey Roberts

    The Onward March of Workers

    No.11

    pp. 263-264

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Computers and Internet- The Empire Strikes Back?- RIAA & DMCA

    No.11

    pp. 265-267

    Roger Kay

    Current Comment- Insurance Law

    No.11

    pp. 268-270

     

    Infobank- Courts- Corporate Governance- Custom and Excise- Environment- Financial Services- Land Charges- Legal Services- Property- Telecommunications

    No.11

    pp. 271-275

    Dr Hans C Hirt

    Bracken Partners Ltd v Gutteridge: A Derivative Action by a Venture Fund

    No.12

    pp. 278-282

    Holger Klafs

    Fairness Opinions under German Law

    No.12

    pp. 283-286

    Adrian S. Williams

    A Critical Appraisal of The Right to Request Flexible Working Arrangements

    No.12

    pp. 287-292

    Nduka Ikeyi

    Is Nigeria s Trustee Investments Act Restrictive or Facilitative?

    No.12

    pp. 293-300

    David Flint

    Current Comment- It s a Jungle Out There, George!

    No.12

    pp. 301-303

     

    Infobank- Banking Law, Company Law

    No.12

    pp. 304-304

    Business Law Review, 2004, Vol.25

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Peter Groves

    Trade Mark Owners Gunning for Infringers

    No.1

    pp. 2-3

    Georgina Andrews

    The Veil of Incoporation- Fiction or Faغade?

    No.1

    pp. 4-7

    Sarabdeen Jawahitha

    Banking Confidentiality in Malaysia in the Aftermath of the 9/ 11 Attack on the US

    No.1

    pp. 8-11

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET

    No.1

    pp. 12-15

     

    INFOBANK- Computers and Internet, Consumer Credit, Corporate Governance, Customs and Excise, Employment, European Union, Export, Government, Human Rights

    No.1

    pp. 16-23

    Mark Aitken

    Skeletons in the Cupboard (There Are More Ways to Fighting Fraud than Proving Fraud)

    No.1

    pp. 26-27

    Sylvia Elwes

    The Consumer Credit Act and Human Rights Issues

    No.2

    pp. 28-31

    Adrian Williams

    An Evaluation of the Historical Development of the Judicial Approach to Affording Employees Protection against Discrimination on the Basis of their Sexual Orientation

    No.2

    pp. 32-43

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET- Empire of the Stun!

    No.2

    pp. 44-46

     

    Infobank- Company Law, Competition, Consumer Protection, Courts, Government, Intellectual Property'

    No.2

    pp. 47-52

    Nicholas Bourne

    Companies and Crime- Strict Liability, Dishonesty, Bigamy and Homicide How Criminal are Companies?

    No.3

    pp. 54-55

    Adrian Williams

    Appraising the Measures Introduced to Protect Employees Against Discrimination on the Grounds of Their Sexual Orientation

    No.3

    pp. 56-65

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet- Seek and Ye Shall Be Fined

    No.3

    pp. 66-68

    Malcolm Sargeant

    Employment Law- New Employment Regulation in 2004

    No.3

    pp. 69-71

    DLA

    Intellectual Property- Patents Power Lost Through Poor Housekeeping

    No.3

    pp. 72-75

     

    Infobank- Courts- Employment- European Union- Export- Road Traffic- Takeovers and Mergers

    No.3

    pp. 76-79

    Nicholas Bourne

    Company Promoters

    No.4

    pp. 82-83

    Pieter Leyte

    The Regime of Capital Maintenance Pertaining to Public Companies, Its Reform and Alternatives

    No.4

    pp. 84-92

    Dr Hans C Hirt

    Break in the Chain of Causation: A "Finding of Fact" or an "Evaluative Exercise"? Six Continents Retail Ltd v Carford Catering Ltd

    No.4

    pp. 93-95

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.4

    pp. 96-98

     

    Infobank- Competition, Constitution, Consumer Credit, Consumer Protection, Corporate Responsibility, Criminal Law, Employment, European Union

    No.4

    pp. 99-104

    Frances Graupner

    Microsoft- Implications of the EU Case for Non-Dominant Companies

    No.5-6

    pp. 106-107

    Susan Hinchliffe, Stuart Casey

    When Is an Agreement Not an Agreement? Implications of the Bayer Judgment for Parallel Trade and Contractual Dealings with Wholesalers and Distributors

    No.5-6

    pp. 108-111

    Jane Whittaker, Elliot Thomas

    Three Meanings of the Indefinite Article, Three Judgments and the Global Reach of US Anti-Trust Laws

    No.5-6

    pp. 112-114

    Nicholas Bourne

    Directors Competing with Their Companies

    No.5-6

    pp. 115-116

    Tim Vollans

    Section 5, Partnership Act Clarified

    No.5-6

    pp. 117-119

    Alan S Reid

    International Sale of Goods Contracts in the 21st Century

    No.5-6

    pp. 120-126

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET

    No.5-6

    pp. 127-129

    Julia Nazerali, Catherine Sibille

    EU COMPETITION BRIEF

    No.5-6

    pp. 130-133

    Roger Kay

    INSURANCE LAW

    No.5-6

    pp. 134-137

     

    Bankruptcy, Company Law, Competition, Consumer Protection

    No.5-6

    pp. 138-140

    David Flint

    IP Rights or Wrongs?

    No.7

    pp. 142-148

    Peter Groves

    The Proposed EC Directive on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights

    No.7

    pp. 149-151

    Robin Fry

    The Pursuit of Infringement: Tracking Down the Information You Need- Before Issue

    No.7

    pp. 152-160

    Steven De Schrijver, Mel Marquis

    Technology Licensing in the EU after the Big Bang: the New Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation and Guidelines

    No.7

    pp. 161-180

    Hugh Dunlop

    Software Patents in Europe- European Presidency to the Rescue!

    No.7

    pp. 181-182

    Alfred P Meijboom

    The Dutch Kazaa Case: Does File Sharing Infringe upon Copyright or Unfortunate Litigation?

    No.7

    pp. 183-186

    Thomas Andersen

    The Norwegian DeCSS Litigation- A DVD Piracy Trial

    No.7

    pp. 187-189

     

    Intellectual Property, DLA LLP

    No.7

    pp. 190-192

    Nicholas Bourne

    The Removal of Directors

    No.8

    pp. 194-195

    Sukhninder Panesar

    Is a Straight Bill of Lading a Document of Title?

    No.8

    pp. 196-199

    Vincent Akpotaire

    The Legal Regime for Privatisation in Nigeria and the Crisis of Confidence

    No.8

    pp. 200-203

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET- And They're Off!

    No.8

    pp. 204-207

    Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix

    EU COMPETITION- D- Day for Modernisation of EU Competition Law

    No.8

    pp. 208-208

     

    Infobank- Administration of Justice, Competition, Computers and Internet, Consumer Credit, Consumer Protection, Employment, SMEs, Takeovers and Mergers

    No.8

    pp. 209-215

    Nicholas Bourne

    Directors- Duty of Care and Skill

    No.9

    pp. 218-219

    Hans C Hirt

    Legal Advice Privilege in the Context of Inquiries: Time for Review?

    No.9

    pp. 220-230

    Christopher Edwards

    Enforcing the Plant Variety Rights and Its Limitations

    No.9

    pp. 231-235

    Adrian Williams

    Fitting a Square Peg into a Round Hole- Appraising the Employment Status of Agency Workers

    No.9

    pp. 236-249

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET- Watching the Watchers

    No.9

    pp. 250-253

     

    Infobank- Consumer Protection, Energy, Financial Services, Government, International Law, Property, Taxation

    No.9

    pp. 253-256

    Nicholas Bourne AM

    Drafting Objects Clauses and Ultra Vires

    No.10

    pp. 258-260

    Gordon Blanke

    The Turning Tides of Turner

    No.10

    pp. 261-270

    Kevin M Rogers

    The Privacy Directive and Resultant Regulations? The Effect on Spam and Cookies, Part I

    No.10

    pp. 271-274

    David Flint

    COMPUTERS AND INTERNET? Happiness Is Not so Much in Having as Sharing

    No.10

    pp. 275-278

     

    Infobank? Auditors, Consumer Credit, Courts

    No.10

    pp. 279-280

    Nicolas Pourbaix

    The New Public Procurement Directives of the European Union

    No.11

    pp. 282-285

    Adrian Williams

    Appraising the Scope of Employers Obligations to Provide Employment References

    No.11

    pp. 286-292

    Kevin M. Rogers

    The Privacy Directive and Resultant Regulations? The Effect on Spam and Cookies, Part II

    No.11

    pp. 293-296

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.11

    pp. 297-299

     

    Infobank: Accountancy, Company Law, Courts, Employment, Judiciary

    No.11

    pp. 300-303

    Tim Pryce-Brown

    Directors? Duty of Skill and Care: A Response

    No.12

    pp. 306-307

    Adrian Williams

    Opening Pandora's Box- Appraising the Tortious Liability of Employers In Respect of Employment References

    No.12

    pp. 308-316

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet

    No.12

    pp. 317-319

    Malcolm Sargeant

    Employment

    No.12

    pp. 319-322

    Roger Kay

    Insurance Law

    No.12

    pp. 322-326

    Mark Lawry

    Intellectual Property and IT

    No.12

    pp. 326-332

    Business Law Review, 2005, Vol.26

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Bree Taylor

    Implications for The Corporate Veil Principle: Gross v Rackind

    No.1

    pp. 2-5

    Benjamin Andoh

    The Search Order and The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination

    No.1

    pp. 6-11

    Jane Johnson

    New Statutory Minimum Requirements for Dispute Resolution at Work'

    No.1

    pp. 12-16

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet "The Trouble with Spies"

    No.1

    pp. 17-20

     

    Infobank

    No.1

    pp. 21-24

    Peter Groves

    Intellectual Property Update

    No.1

    pp. 26-30

    Christopher Edwards

    How to Make the Most of Your Drugs: A Commentary on the AG's Opinion in Novartis

    No.2

    pp. 31-33

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Wha's Like Us?

    No.2

    pp. 34-37

    Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix

    EU and UK Competetion Law

    No.2

    pp. 38-42

     

    Infobank

    No.2

    pp. 43-47

    Tim Vollans

    Apparent Authority and the Poison Pill?

    No.2

    pp. 50-51

    Adrian Willliams

    Fair Game? Assessing the Enforceability of Contractual Non Poaching Covenants

    No.3

    pp. 52-58

    Thorsten Lauterbach

    Sweets, a TV Channel and the "Principle of Comfort" Recent Community Trade Mark Applications

    No.3

    pp. 59-61

    Vincent Akpotaire

    The Nigerian Indigenisation Laws as Disincentives to Foreign Investment: The End of an Era

    No.3

    pp. 62-68

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Preparing for the Supreme Challenge

    No.3

    pp. 69-71

     

    Infobank

    No.3

    pp. 72-75

    Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix

    Financial Services in the EU Line of Fire

    No.4

    pp. 78-78

    Richard Lawson

    Consumer Credit and Unfair Terms

    No.4

    pp. 79-80

    Roland Fletcher

    On My Terms only or Be Damned

    No.4

    pp. 81-83

    Hugh Dunlop

    House of Lords Rules out Doctrine of Equivalents in Kirin- Amgen v TKT

    No.4

    pp. 84-86

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: I Know What You Did Last ...

    No.4

    pp. 87-89

    Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix

    EU and UK Competition

    No.4

    pp. 91-93

    DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary

    Intellectual Property and IT

    No.4

    pp. 94-97

     

    Infobank

    No.4

    pp. 98-102

    John Chave

    The Experience of Contract Standardisation in UK PFI

    No.5

    pp. 106-109

    Adrian Wood

    Proposals for Reform of the Law on Unfair Contracts Terms- First Reactions to the Report of the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission

    No.5

    pp. 110-112

    Sylvia Elwes

    Solicitors and a Conflict of Interest

    No.5

    pp. 113-115

    Catherine Tay Swee Kian

    New Developments in Duty of Care: The Singapore Approach to Negligence in Product Liability after the Slim 10 case

    No.5

    pp. 116-124

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Why, Wi- Fi Delilah?

    No.5

    pp. 125-127

    Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix

    EU and UK Competetion Law: Update: March- April 2005

    No.5

    pp. 128-129

     

    Infobank

    No.5

    pp. 130-134

    Joanne Garbett, Fiona Caskey

    Return of the Document Juggernaut

    No.6

    pp. 138-140

    Simon Parsons

    Theft Liability in Business and Other Civil Law Relationships

    No.6

    pp. 141-144

    Adrian Williams

    A White Elephant? -Appraising the Applicability of Modified Disciplinary and Dismissal Procedures Introduced by the Employment Act 2002

    No.6

    pp. 145-149

    David Flint, Roger Kay

    Current Comment

    No.6

    pp. 150-156

     

    Infobank

    No.6

    pp. 157-158

     

    Obituary

    No.6

    pp. 159-159

    Nicholas Bourne

    Company Law Reform

    No.7

    pp. 163-165

    Howard Beal, Simon Bennett

    The Companies Act 2004: A Bolt- On Boost to Market Confidence?

    No.7

    pp. 166-170

    Andrew H. Baker

    Should UK Banks Be Subject to Corporate Social Responsibility Legislation?

    No.7

    pp. 171-174

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: I Fought The Law (And The Law Won)

    No.7

    pp. 175-177

     

    In Parliament

    No.7

    pp. 178-178

     

    In Court

    No.7

    pp. 179-181

     

    In Prospect

    No.7

    pp. 182-183

     

    Infobank

    No.7

    pp. 184-187

    Fraser McMillan

    Changes to Scottish Commercial Court Rules and The Implications for Construction Disputes

    No.8-9

    pp. 196-198

    Rachel Evans, Nerys Broome

    The FSA: Whose Tune Is It Dancing to and How Is the FSA Accountable to the Financial Services Industry?

    No.8-9

    pp. 199-203

    Emlyn Williams

    Return to Sender? -What's Wrong with the Draft TUPE Regulations

    No.8-9

    pp. 204-209

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: The Evils of Drink

    No.8-9

    pp. 210-212

     

    In Parliament

    No.8-9

    pp. 215-217

     

    In Court

    No.8-9

    pp. 218-219

     

    In Prospect

    No.8-9

    pp. 220-224

     

    International News

    No.8-9

    pp. 224-224

     

    Infobank

    No.8-9

    pp. 225-229

    Anne Ruff

    Employment: Harassment in the Workplace? What?s New?

    No.10

    pp. 226-230

    Rachel Evans, Nerys Broome

    Financial Services: Financial Nous and the Cycle of Deprivation: What Role Can Credit Unions Play?

    No.10

    pp. 231-235

     

    Current Comment

    No.10

    pp. 236-247

     

    In Parliament

    No.10

    pp. 248-252

     

    Infobank

    No.10

    pp. 253-256

    Robert Flannigan

    Company Law: Director Duties: A Fiduciary Duty to Confess?

    No.11

    pp. 258-261

    Kevin M Rogers

    Commercial Law: Philosophical Contrasts in Commercial and Consumer Law- Should we Codify Commercial Law?

    No.11

    pp. 262-266

    Peter Groves

    Copyright Law: Originality in Copyright Law: the Court of Appeal?s Judgment in Sawkins v Hyperion

    No.11

    pp. 267-269

    David Flint

    Current Comment: COMPUTERS AND INTERNET- More Thoughts on P2P

    No.11

    pp. 270-272

     

    In Parliament

    No.11

    pp. 273-277

     

    In Court

    No.11

    pp. 278-280

     

    Infobank

    No.11

    pp. 281-285

    Sylvia Elwes

    The Consumer Credit Act 1974 and Social Policy

    No.12

    pp. 288-290

    Peter Groves

    Design Protection for Spare Parts

    No.12

    pp. 291-293

    David Flint

    Computers and Internet: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth?

    No.12

    pp. 294-296

    Roger Kay

    Insurance Law: Update

    No.12

    pp. 297-300

     

    In Parliament

    No.12

    pp. 301-302

     

    In Court

    No.12

    pp. 303-304

     

    In Prospect

    No.12

    pp. 305-309

    Business Law Review, 2006, Vol.27

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Cirami Drahaman

    Computers and Internet- Defamation on the Internet- Malaysia

    No.1

    pp. 2-12

    Jo Garbett

    General- Fighting Fraud

    No.1

    pp. 13-14

    David Flint

    Current Comment- Getting to the Root of the Problem?

    No.1

    pp. 15-18