In this Q&A session, with a focus on Competition Law, Martin Scott QC discusses the challenges and processes in cartel proceedings from investigation through to litigation and resolution. Focusing on the challenges confronting business and their in-house counsel in running cartel litigation, Martin provides insight into the investigation process, the factual complexity arising in framing the issues and arising from the tendency for cases to turn on inferences about “arrangements” or “understandings” and an overview of the issues arising on questions of liability and resolution.
This is a debate between barristers Damien McAloon and Katherine Brazenor on the issue of whether the peak indebtedness rule remains an essential part of Australian Law. The Moderator is retired Federal Court Judge, the Honourable Ray Finkelstein AO, QC. The debate is sparked by the New Zealand Court of Appeal rejection of the peak indebtedness rule in Timberworld Ltd v Levin .
This seminar examines enforcement of a foreign judgment based on submission to jurisdiction. It discusses the Privy Council decision in Vizcaya Partners Ltd v Picard & Anor  UKPC 5; the role of experts on foreign Law; and both the Foreign Judgments Act 1962 (Vic) and the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 (Cth).
This is a seminar given by Eugene Hyman, a former Judge in the Santa Clara County Superior Court and Santa Clara County Municipal Courts in California for 20 years. Mr. Hyman speaks on current issues of domestic violence and its treatment in the courts. There is, of course, much in common and much to learn from the American experience.