Business Law of Australia

Conduct your business law research more efficiently

Business Law of Australia provides clear and current commentary on the theory and application of all aspects of business law in a single, accessible written source. Whether you need an introduction to an unfamiliar area or further guidance, this service brings together the disparate issues that a business lawyer is expected to advise on and provides detailed commentary in the broad area of business law, catering to practitioners of all levels. It includes comparative tables of legislation, extensive commentary on business structures and commercial contracts, along with many other topics as well as further reading suggestions.

This commentary volume brings together for the first time detailed analysis of business law concerns and is structured into thematic sections that explore in depth the various aspects of business law. Key cases are cited and discussed in detail within the context of each section. For online subscribers, cross references are provided to the relevant legislative provisions, which are reproduced in full.

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Authors:The Hon Kevin Lindgren AM, QC; Rebecca Maslen-Stannage, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills; Imtiaz Ahmed, Barrister, Sixth Floor Selborne/Wentworth Chambers; Stephanie Patterson, Barrister, Sixth Floor Selborne/Wentworth Chambers; Michael Murray, Legal Director, ARITA
Subject areas:Business structures, commercial contracts, property, goods and services, civil wrongs and remedies, credit and securities, insolvency, insurance, intellectual property, business succession, competition law, commercial arbitration
Update Frequency:4 times per year
Format:Online and Hardcopy
  1. Coverage in a single source, saving you time when you need to know what your legal obligations are.
  2. Detailed commentary that bridges the gap between legislation and the practical situations faced by those running a business, allowing you to provide more relevant advice to your clients.
  3. References to key cases from all jurisdictions, increasing your knowledge in this area of law.
  4. Highly esteemed authors who are experts in the field of business law.

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