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  1. Stewart's Guide To Employment Law

    5th Edition

    By Andrew Stewart

    This new edition explains the changes made by the Fair Work Amendment Act 2013, including the Fair Work Commission's new power to deal with claims of workplace bullying. It details the Abbott Government's reform agenda, covering important changes not just to the Fair Work Act, but to legislation on...

    Published March 31st 2015 by Federation Press

  2. Bail Law in Victoria

    2nd Edition

    By George Hampel, Daniel Gurvich, Bruhn Sarah

    It is over 10 years since Professor George Hampel, former Supreme Court Judge and Daniel Gurvich, criminal law barrister published the first edition of Bail Law in Victoria. Since that time the Bail Act 1977 has been amended numerous times, it has been reviewed by the Victorian Law Reform...

    Published March 31st 2015 by Federation Press

  3. Job Quality in Australia

    Perspectives, Problems and Proposals

    Edited by Angela Knox, Christopher Warhurst

    The issue of job quality is again popular amongst researchers and policy-makers throughout the advanced economies. Better, not just more, jobs are what are now needed. Good quality jobs boost the economic and social well-being of individuals, firms, families, communities and countries. Countries...

    Published March 31st 2015 by Federation Press

  4. The Australasian Coroner’s Manual

    By Hugh Dillon, Hadley Marie

    The Coroners Court presents unique and complex challenges for coroners, lawyers and others working in the jurisdiction, as well as for bereaved families and friends. This new manual, written by a leading Australian coroner and an academic lawyer with a special interest in the cultural diversity of...

    Published March 31st 2015 by Federation Press

  5. Criminal Laws

    Materials and Commentary on Criminal Law and Process in NSW, 6th Edition

    By David Brown, David Farrier, Sandra Egger, Luke McNamara, Michael Grewcock, Donna Spears

    The success of Criminal Laws lies both in its distinctive features and in its appeal to a range of readerships. As one review put it, it is simultaneously a textbook, casebook, handbook and reference work. As such it is ideal for criminal law and criminal justice courses as a teaching text,...

    Published March 18th 2015 by Federation Press

  6. Law, Environmental Illness and Medical Uncertainty

    The Contested Governance of Health

    By Tarryn Phillips

    Series: Social Justice

    We’ve seen it before, with asbestos-related disease, leukaemia clusters and lung cancer caused by cigarettes. There tends to be a lag between the emergence of environmental risks and chemical injuries, and their recognition and therapeutic treatment by medicine and the law. Law, Environmental...

    Published March 12th 2015 by Routledge

  7. Intellectual Property

    Text and Essential Cases, 5th Edition

    By Rocque Reynolds, Natalie Stoianoff, Alpana Roy

    Intellectual Property: Text and Essential Cases continues to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date legal analysis of modern intellectual property law. This edition considers important new cases which expose the ever expanding reach of intellectual property law in Australia. From breast cancer gene...

    Published February 23rd 2015 by Federation Press

  8. Remedies

    2nd Edition

    By David Wright

    Remedies are incredibly important. Remedies are what clients want and understanding the law of remedies is crucial to both the study and the successful practice of law. Often remedies appear as afterthoughts to discussions about breach - whether of tort, contract or equitable obligation. This...

    Published January 19th 2015 by Federation Press

  9. Ten Pathways to Death and Disaster

    Learning from Fatal Incidents in Mines and Other High Hazard Workplaces

    By Michael Quinlan

    Why do mine disasters continue to occur in wealthy countries when major mine hazards have been known for over 200 years and subject to regulation for well over a century? What lessons can be drawn from these disasters and are mine operators, regulators and others drawing the correct conclusions...

    Published January 14th 2015 by Federation Press

  10. Australia as a Good International Citizen

    By Alison Pert

    From time to time, politicians describe Australia as a “good international citizen”. But what does this mean, exactly? What constitutes good international citizenship? And does Australia really qualify as a good international citizen? This book attempts to answer these questions. Very little has...

    Published January 8th 2015 by Routledge