ISSUE 1
'Editorial / News', Issue 1, pp. –
'No Cash for Cache the EU Copyright Directive', David Flint, Issue 1, pp. 3–5
'Developments in The Field of Comparative Advertising', Dr. Richard Lawson, Issue 1, pp. 6–8
'Restoring Faith in the New Zealand Government', Tony Dellow, Rebecca Lucas, Issue 1, pp. 9–10
'Joinder of Insurer in Action against Insured in Nigeria', Linus Osita Okeke, Issue 1, pp. 11–14
'Current Comment – Intellectual Property, Domain Name Dispute Resolution – The Practice; Cases to Note, Contract for Services, Intellectual Property, Information Technology', Issue 1, pp. 15–17
'Infobank – Company Law, Computers and Internet, Courts, Criminal Law, Immigration, Legal Services, Lord Chancellor’s Department, Property, Trusts', Issue 1, pp. 18–24

ISSUE 2
'Company Law Reform: Another Bullseye', Philip Goldenberg, Issue 2, pp. 26–27
'Illegal Transactions in the Twenty-first Century: A Clearer Future?', Paula Giliker, Issue 2, pp. 28–31
'Prize Draws and Prize Competitions – The Law in Difficulty', Richard Lawson, Issue 2, pp. 32–35
'Current Comment – Computers and Internet, Why Does Only Wal-Mart Canada Suck?', David Flint, Issue 2, pp. 36–40
'Infobank – Accountancy, Computers and Internet, Consumer Protection, Courts, Customs and Excise, Financial Services, Insolvency, IMF, Regulations, Takeovers and Mergers, Trading Law, Insurance', Issue 2, pp. 41–48

ISSUE 3
'Commonhold: A New Form of Tenure', Roland Fletcher, Issue 3, pp. 50–52
'Some Important TUPE Cases in 2000', Charles Wynn-Evans, Issue 3, pp. 53–56
'Extent of the Duty of Good Faith – Clarified or is it?', Roger Kay, Issue 3, pp. 57–59
'Australia’s Supermarket Code of Conduct and Ombudsman', Frank Zumbo, Issue 3, pp. 60–62
'Current Comment – EU Briefings, Advertising, Competition and Mergers, UK competition Law, Consumer and Retail Law, Employment, Environment and Water Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property and IT Law, Pharmaceuticals and Health Law, Public Procurement Law', Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, Issue 3, pp. 63–72
'Infobank – Commercial Law, Employment, European Parliament, Taxation, Trade', Issue 3, pp. 73–75

ISSUE 4
'Land Agreements under the Competition Act 1998', Peter Groves, Issue 4, pp. 78–79
'“Consultation, Consultation, and Consultation”', Emlyn Williams, Issue 4, pp. 80–83
'Unlucky for Some – or the Son, the Wife and the Mother', David Strang, Mark Wing, Issue 4, pp. 84–86
'Political Funding by Companies: the New Regime', Colin Perkin, Issue 4, pp. 87–90
'Current Comment – Computers and Internet, Fanning the Flames … or Flaming the Fans? More Inconsistencies of the UDRP – Intellectual Property, Death of a Software Licence, The Morning After: Buying A Dotcom, University Challenge over Human Rights? You’ve Got Mail – Unmasking the Enemy', David Flint, Mark Lawry, Issue 4, pp. 91–98
'Infobank – Civil Justice, Courts, European Union, Intellectual Property, Taxation', Issue 4, pp. 99–103

ISSUE 5
'Banking Law; Re: Foamcrete and Assignment', Mark Wright, Issue 5, pp. 106–108
'Employment; Mandatory Employee Consultation Still Likely', Malcolm Sargeant, Issue 5, pp. 109–112
'Sale of Goods; “Selling in the Course of a Business” – An Afterthought', Shabir Korotana, Issue 5, pp. 113–114
'International Corner; Dutch Supreme Court and Contractual Cancellation of Options at Termination of Labour Contract', Denis Willemars, Issue 5, pp. 115–115
'International Corner; The Investment & Securities Act 1999: An Overview of Anti-Trust Considerations in the Regulation of Mergers in Nigeria', Afolabi Elebiju, Issue 5, pp. 116–121
'Current Comment – Computers and Internet, Keep Biting the Cherry – UDRP Strategy', David Flint, Issue 5, pp. 122–124
'Infobank – Civil Procedure, Company Law, Competition, Consumer Protection, Judicial Appointments, Judicial Review', Issue 5, pp. 125–131

ISSUE 6
'The Use of CCTV in the Workplace', Jessicca Learmond-Criqui, Issue 6, pp. 134–137
'More Transfers and Tribulations', Nathan East, Issue 6, pp. 138–145
'Current Comment – Computers and Internet, Where in the World?', David Flint, Issue 6, pp. 146–150
'Current Comment – EU Briefings, Competitions and Mergers, UK Competition Law,Education, Employment Law, Financial Services and Company Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property/IT Law, Pharmaceuticals Law, Public Procurement', Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, Issue 6, pp. 151–156
'Current Comment – Intellectual Property, A Right of Privacy’s Big Day, CA Finds that it is Resonable for a Supplier to Limiti Contractual Liability to a User, Record Industry Wins the Battle but Losses the War?, Yahoo! Falls Foul of Local Law', Mark Lawry, Issue 6, pp. 157–159

ISSUE 7
'An Offer You Can’t Refuse', Roland Fletcher, Issue 7, pp. 162–163
'The Potential Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Employment Law', Jane Johnson, Issue 7, pp. 164–168
'Friend or Foe? The FSA and Credit Unions', Nicholas Ryder, Issue 7, pp. 169–173
'Abridged Too Far? – Employment Law', Emlyn Williams, Issue 7, pp. 174–174
'Current Comment – Computers and internet, Net learning? “D-”', David Flint, Issue 7, pp. 175–178
'Current Comment – Consumer Protection, The OFT is watching you!, Gaming Laws, And the winner is!, Internet agreements, To link or not to link', Issue 7, pp. 178–181
'Infobank – Competition, Employment, European Union, Taxation', Issue 7, pp. 182–184

ISSUE 8/9
'Editorial, Food for Thought', Susan Nicholas, Issue 8/9, pp. 186–186
'Implementing the EC Designs Directive', Peter Groves, Issue 8/9, pp. 187–189
'A New Dawn for the Parallel Importer?', Stuart Casey, Issue 8/9, pp. 190–192
'The Re-invention of the Post Office?', Nicholas Ryder, Issue 8/9, pp. 193–196
'Adoption of Universal Banking in Nigeria: Consideration of The Legal Issues and Implications', Lawrence Juwah, Issue 8/9, pp. 197–203
'Computers and Internet, Are the New gTLDs the .BIZ or Is It Just for .PROs?', David Flint, Issue 8/9, pp. 204–208
'Infobank, Banking Law, Competition, Employment, Energy, EUREKA, Government, Intellectual Property, SMEs, Taxation, Tribunals', Issue 8/9, pp. 208–215

ISSUE 10
'New Transfer Regulations', Malcolm Sargeant, Issue 10, pp. 218–221
'Arbitration in Employment Disputes', Jessica Learmond-Criqui, Justin Costley, Issue 10, pp. 222–224
'Copyright Law Enters the 21st Century', Peter Groves, Issue 10, pp. 225–228
'The Properties of Reducing a Pension Fund Surplus', Michael Doherty, Nicholas Ryder, Issue 10, pp. 229–233
'Book Review, An Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice by Valentine Korah', Peter Groves, Issue 10, pp. 233–233
'Computers and Internet, Can ICANN or will New.Net Create the New Net', David Flint, Issue 10, pp. 234–236
'EU Briefings, EU Competition and Mergers, Employment, Insurance, Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Pharmaceuticals and Health Briefing, Public Procurement', Julie Nazerali, David Cowan, Issue 10, pp. 237–242
'Infobank, Bankruptcy, Company Law, Consumer Credit, Employment, Environment, Intellectual Property, Value Added Tax', Issue 10, pp. 243–248

ISSUE 11
'The Name is Bond ‘Web-bot Bond’ – Some Legal Issues Surrounding Intelligent Agents', David Flint, Issue 11, pp. 250–255
'Book review, Domain Names: Global Practice and Procedure by John R Olson', Gareth Davies, Issue 11, pp. 255–255
'Too Late to Panic!', Shelagh Gaskill, Issue 11, pp. 256–257
'The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse – the Financial Services Authority and Its Statutory Objectives', Elizabeth Steward, Issue 11, pp. 258–261
'Intellectual Property and Information Technology, Sporks Fly as the Gunners Finish Second Best, A Similar Pattern in Design Right Cases, Ebooks: When is a Book not a Book?, New Law for Designs, Parallel Imports, Copyright – The Acts of Piracy, The Art of Preparation in Outsourcing Contracts', Mark Lawry, Issue 11, pp. 262–269
'Infobank, Company Law, Consumer Protection, Employement, Information Technology', Issue 11, pp. 270–272

ISSUE 12
'Why Self-Regulation?', Philip Circus, Issue 12, pp. 274–274
'UK Company Law Reform', Philip Goldenberg, Issue 12, pp. 275–277
'Addis v Gramophone: Time to Change the Tune?', Nathan East, Issue 12, pp. 278–285
'Typographical Edition! Infringement: Some Recent Developments in Copyright', Keith Brinkworth, Christine Noone, Issue 12, pp. 286–290
'The Russian Land Bill — A Beginning', John Davies, Issue 12, pp. 291–292
'If at First You Don't Succeed', David Flint, Issue 12, pp. 293–298
'Infobank', Issue 12, pp. 299–304

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