News 2008

An article titled 'Those multi-million dollar bonuses and the credit crunch' has been published in UniNews (newsletter of the University of Sydney). The article includes an extract from The Credit Crunch and the Law. - 5 December 2008

Brent Fisse, an Associate of the Ross Parsons Centre is featured in an article "Changes Allay most cartel code fears" in the Australian Financial Review in regard to new legislation to criminalise cartel behaviour which would make existing franchise and supply arrangements cartel behaviour under the original draft laws. - 24 November 2008

Professor Jennifer Hill was an invited speaker at a Conference on Corporate Restructuring: Theory and Practice at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Professor Hill's paper was titled “Contemporary Issues Concerning Schemes of Arrangement in Australia”. Professor Hill is pictured with Professor Ciyun Zhu, Tsinghua University and Dr Hui Huang, University of New South Wales. - 25 October 2008

The Credit Crunch and the Law, the forthcoming monograph from the Ross Parsons Centre is featured in the Sydney Morning Herald in an article titled -"Rewriting the rules of the market game". - 11 October 2008

Associate Professor Barbara McDonald contributed to the ABC Radio program, The Law Report on 2 September 2008 in regard the High Court decision in Imbree v McNielly in which the High Court overturned the decision of Cook v Cook (1986).

Associate Professor Roger Magnusson contributed a Book Review for A Good Death: An Argument for Voluntary Euthanasia, by Rodney Syme to the Weekend Australian on 21 June 2008.

Miiko Kumar contributed an article to Unleashed (ABC online) in relation to findings by the New South Wales Law Reform Commission that victims of rape are cross examined for a longer period of time than victims of other types of assault

Professor Patricia Apps appeared on ABC Radio program, PM on 20 April 2008 following her attendance at the 2020 Summit in Canberra.