Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO (eBook)

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Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO is a festschrift honoring noted academic Professor Robert Baxt AO. A collection of essays, presented at a Corporate Law Conference in 2018, by noted authors and academics in their field on current issues in corporate and competition law, this text provides a scholarly discussion of current issues in corporate and competition law.

 

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• Expert authors
• Scholarly discussion of current issues in corporate and competition law

 

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Austin & Ramsay, Ford, Austin and Ramsay’s Principles of Corporations Law, 17th ed, 2018
Bruce, Australian Competition Law, 3rd ed, 2018
Steinwall, Annotated Competition and Consumer Legislation, 2018 ed

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Table of contents


Introduction

Chapter 1: Directors’ and Officers’ Duties in the Age of Regulation

Chapter 2: Directors’ Duties: When Statute Seeks to Enact Equitable Obligations

Chapter 3: Common Directors: Navigating Between the Rock and the Hard Place

Chapter 4: A History of the Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee and its Predecessors

Chapter 5: Regulatory Advocacy

Chapter 6: Corporate Financial Penalties for Cartel Conduct in Australia: A Critique

Chapter 7: Government, the Market and the Level Playing Field: Covering All the Bases

Chapter 8: Reflections on Regulators, Without Casting Aspersions

Chapter 9: On Compliance

Chapter 10: The Contributions of Professor Robert Baxt — A Retrospective