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Miller's Annotated Trade Practices Act: Australian Competition and Consumer Law 2010
Since its launch, Miller’s Annotated Trade Practices Act has consistently helped trade practices professionals to keep pace with the evolving practices of business, and their reflection in statutory amendment and judicial interpretation.
Miller’s Annotated Trade Practices Actcontains the full text of the Trade Practices Act 1974, with expert annotations to the legislation provisions, written by Russell V Miller AM. Miller clearly explains the operation of the legislation and provides a detailed analysis of the relevant case law. Consolidating the year’s legislative and case law development, the book also contains related legislation and materials.
This 31st edition, consolidated to 2 February 2010, is your essential resource of 2009’s legislative and case law developments in competition and consumer law.
Miller′s Australian Competition Law and Policy
Taking a subject-based approach, Russell V Miller, partner with the Australian law firm, Minter Ellison and head of the firm’s Competition Group, guides readers through the development of the Australian law, explaining its underlying concepts and policy directions.
The author of the foundational Miller’s Annotated Trade Practices Act: Australian Competition and Consumer Law writes now for those who require guidance on the key areas of trade practices and competition law but who do not have or require a detailed familiarity with the provisions of the Act itself.
Explaining the law and policy in clear terms, without oversimplifying this significant area of commercial law, the book will be valuable for corporate lawyers advising within their business on competition and consumer law questions, lawyers working with trade practices and competition law, and students studying in the area.