PUBLICATIONS

DEVELOPING A RATIONAL LAW OF MISLEADING CONDUCT – PUBLICATIONS

  • A comparison table of Misleading Conduct Legislation, 31 January 2021. Authored by J Sabbagh, J Huntley, H Sanderson, E Bant and JM Paterson
  • E Bant and JM Paterson, ‘Developing a Rational Law of Misleading Conduct’, in M Douglas, J Eldridge and C Carr (eds), Economic Torts in Context (Hart Publishing, Oxford 2021) in press.
  • JM Paterson and E Bant, ‘Intuitive Synthesis and Fidelity to Purpose?: Judicial Interpretation of the Discretionary Power to Award Civil Penalties Under the Australian Consumer Law’, in P Vines and S Donald (eds), Statutory Interpretation in Private Law (Federation Press, Leichhardt 2019) 154-184.
  • E Bant, ‘Unravelling Fraud in the Wake of Hayward v Zurich Insurance’ (2019) LMCLQ 91-111.
  • JM Paterson and E Bant, ‘In the Age of Statutes, Why Do We Still Turn to the Common Law Torts?: Lessons from the Statutory Prohibitions on Misleading Conduct in Australia’ (2016) 23 Torts LJ 1-24. Access the document
  • E Bant, ‘Common Law and Statute: Interaction and Influence in Light of the Principle of Coherence’ (2015) 38 University of NSW Law Journal 362-386. Submissions.  Access the document
  • E Bant and JM Paterson, Submission to the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill 2020, 22 September 2020 (3,956 words).
  • F McGaughey, E Bant, R Faugno and H Cullen, Submission to the Proposed WA Procurement Debarment Regime, 27 July 2020 (5,228 words).
  • E Bant and JM Paterson, Submission to Treasury on its proposed reforms to strengthen penalties for corporate and financial sector misconduct, 12 October 2018 (6,923 words).
  • E Bant, Submission to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, 4 October 2018 (5,989 words).
  • E Bant and J Paterson, Submission to the Australian Consumer Law Review 2017 regarding findings and recommendations arising from the grant project (consumerlaw.gov.au).
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