Juliette Overland - Newsroom articles
Sydney Morning Herald
As the fallout from claims of corruption continues, the two bodies in charge of enforcing bribery laws, the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, have been accused of acting too slowly, and sometimes not at all, in handling cases.
Senior Lecturer Juliette Overland has had an opinion piece published at The Conversation, on the topic of the light sentence handed down to John Gay, former Chairman of Gunn's Ltd, for insider trading.
John Gay admits to Insider Trading 07 Aug 2013
2GB Radio has interviewed Dr Juliette Overland regarding the John Gay insider trading case.
Enforcement the Key if Law Targets Unions 09 Jul 2013
The Australian Financial Review
Senior Lecturer Juliette Overland has been interviewed on the topic of tough new laws to guard against union corruption.
Juliette Overland, University of Sydney Business School, Discipline of Business Law, explains the significance of the Gunns insider trading case and the challenges it presents to Australia's insider-trading laws.