Published with the Centre for Commercial and Property Law, QUT.
This book focuses on the commercial advantage which information gives to business and the circumstances in which obligations to disclose may arise which erode that advantage. The term 'business' is used broadly to cover persons and corporations who undertake an occupation, profession or trade 'carried on in an organised way for the purpose of profit or gain'.
The five parts of the book cover:
disclosure obligations arising pursuant to imposed standards of conduct; disclosure of information to the government and its consequences; disclosure obligations of companies incorporated under the Corporations Law which arise under that law; and protecting and limiting disclosure of business information, particularly in the context of employment contracts and including the drafting of confidentiality clauses.
"A well planned and executed book, this is one practitioners in the commercial and commercial litigation fields will find useful as a first port of call." - Law Institute Journal, Victoria
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: November 1996
Publisher: Federation Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 16.000 x 25.000