Mr Fady Aoun

BEc LLB (Sydney)
Lecturer

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0226
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Research interests

  • Intellectual property
  • Market manipulation
  • Insider trading

Teaching and supervision

  • Foundations of Law
  • Corporations Law
  • Copyright & Designs
  • Principles of Intellectual Property
  • Trade Marks & Patents

Associations

  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • Corporate Law Teachers Association

In the media

Conference papers and seminar presentations

  • Aoun F and Nottage L, “Independent Directors in Australia and Singapore: Same But Different”, 2nd East Asian Law and Society Conference, 30 September 2011.
  • Aoun, F, “Exploring the Underdevelopment of the Law of Offensive and Scandalous Trade Marks”, (with paper), Legal Research 3 Conference, 2010.
  • Aoun, F, "Jesus Juice, Redskins and Black Tail: The Law relating to Offensive and Scandalous Trade Marks", 7th Annual PG Conference, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, 2006.
  • Aoun, F, ‘Optimal model in teaching law’, report of surveys conducted under CHASS Teaching Improvement Fund grant, with Barbara McDonald, Law Faculty Retreat, September 2005.

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Aoun, F., Austin, R. (2012). Restructuring Companies in Troubled Times: Director and Creditor Perspectives. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.

Journals

  • Nottage, L., Aoun, F. (2012). Book Review: Dan Puchniak, Harald Baum, Michael Ewing-Chow (eds), The Derivative Action in Asia: A Comparative and Functional Approach (2012) Cambridge University Press, 425pp. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 213-217.

2012

  • Nottage, L., Aoun, F. (2012). Book Review: Dan Puchniak, Harald Baum, Michael Ewing-Chow (eds), The Derivative Action in Asia: A Comparative and Functional Approach (2012) Cambridge University Press, 425pp. Sydney Law Review, 34(1), 213-217.
  • Aoun, F., Austin, R. (2012). Restructuring Companies in Troubled Times: Director and Creditor Perspectives. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.

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