For those unable to attend the recent seminar in Sydney “The Future of Private International Law in Australia” — see my post
About Perry Herzfeld
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Perry Herzfeld contributed a whooping 44 entries.
An interesting case is to be heard by the High Court on 31 May. It is an appeal from the decision of the New South Wales Court of Appeal in Nicholls v Michael Wilson & Partners Ltd (2010) 243 FLR 177;
Uganda Telecom Ltd v Hi-Tech Telecom Pty Ltd
Australian readers, and others who happen to be here on 16 May 2011, may be interested in a seminar to be held at Sydney Law School (Camperdown Campus) on that day from 6-7.30pm. The seminar is entitled “The Future of Private International Law in Australia”. The speakers are: Read more… The Honourable Justice Paul Le […]
In Habib v The Commonwealth
Readers involved in Trans-Tasman Australian or New Zealand practice will be interested to know that the Trans-Tasman Proceedings Bill 2009 has been passed by the Australian Parliament. The legislation implements the Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of New Zealand on Trans-Tasman Court Proceedings and Regulatory Enforcement, signed on 24 July 2008. […]
The eighth edition of Nygh’s Conflict of Laws in Australia has recently been published. It is the leading text on private international law in Australia. The last edition was published in 2002. The eighth edition is the first to be published since the death of Peter Nygh in that same year. His co-author on the […]
Singh v Singh (2009) 253 ALR 575;
At the beginning of a new year, readers may be interested in the following Australian articles, which were published throughout last year and escaped a post at the time: Chief Justice Spigelman, ‘The Hague Choice of Court Convention and International Commercial Litigation’ (2009) 83(6) Australian Law Journal 386 Chief Justice Spigelman, ‘Cross-border insolvency: Co-operation or […]