'Implications for The Corporate Veil Principle: Gross v Rackind', Bree Taylor, Issue 1, pp. 2–5
'The Search Order and The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination', Benjamin Andoh, Issue 1, pp. 6–11
'New Statutory Minimum Requirements for Dispute Resolution at Work', Jane Johnson, Issue 1, pp. 12–16
'Computers and Internet “The Trouble with Spies”', David Flint, Issue 1, pp. 17–20
'Infobank', Issue 1, pp. 21–24

'Intellectual Property Update', Peter Groves, Issue 2, pp. 26–30
'How to Make the Most of Your Drugs: A Commentary on the AG?s Opinion in Novartis', Christopher Edwards, Issue 2, pp. 31–33
'Computers and Internet: Wha?s Like Us?', David Flint, Issue 2, pp. 34–37
'EU and UK Competetion Law:', Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix, Issue 2, pp. 38–42
'Infobank', Issue 2, pp. 43–47

'Apparent Authority and the Poison Pill?', Tim Vollans, Issue 3, pp. 50–51
'Fair Game? Assessing the Enforceability of Contractual Non Poaching Covenants', Adrian Willliams, Issue 3, pp. 52–58
'Sweets, a TV Channel and the "Principle of Comfort" Recent Community Trade Mark Applications', Thorsten Lauterbach, Issue 3, pp. 59–61
'The Nigerian Indigenisation Laws as Disincentives to Foreign Investment: The End of an Era', Vincent Akpotaire, Issue 3, pp. 62–68
'Computers and Internet: Preparing for the Supreme Challenge', David Flint, Issue 3, pp. 69–71
'Infobank', Issue 3, pp. 72–75

'Financial Services in the EU Line of Fire', Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix, Issue 4, pp. 78–78
'Consumer Credit and Unfair Terms', Richard Lawson, Issue 4, pp. 79–80
'On My Terms only or Be Damned!', Roland Fletcher, Issue 4, pp. 81–83
'House of Lords Rules out Doctrine of Equivalents in Kirin-Amgen v TKT', Hugh Dunlop, Issue 4, pp. 84–86
'Computers and Internet: I Know What You Did Last . . .. . ..!', David Flint, Issue 4, pp. 87–89
'EU and UK Competition', Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix, Issue 4, pp. 91–93
'Intellectual Property and IT', , DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary, Issue 4, pp. 94–97
'Infobank', Issue 4, pp. 98–102

'The Experience of Contract Standardisation in UK PFI', John Chave, Issue 5, pp. 106–109
'Proposals for Reform of the Law on Unfair Contracts Terms - First Reactions to the Report of the Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission', Adrian Wood, Issue 5, pp. 110–112
'Solicitors and a Conflict of Interest', Sylvia Elwes, Issue 5, pp. 113–115
'New Developments in Duty of Care: The Singapore Approach to Negligence in Product Liability after the Slim 10 case', Catherine Tay Swee Kian, Issue 5, pp. 116–124
'Computers and Internet: Why, Wi-Fi Delilah?', David Flint, Issue 5, pp. 125–127
'EU and UK Competetion Law: Update: March - April 2005', Julie Nazerali, Nicolas Pourbaix, Issue 5, pp. 128–129
'Infobank', Issue 5, pp. 130–134

'Editor?s Note', Alan Wells, Issue 6, pp. 138–138
'Return of the Document Juggernaut', Joanne Garbett, Fiona Caskey, Issue 6, pp. 138–140
'Theft Liability in Business and Other Civil Law Relationships', Simon Parsons, Issue 6, pp. 141–144
'A White Elephant? ? Appraising the Applicability of Modified Disciplinary and Dismissal Procedures Introduced by the Employment Act 2002', Adrian Williams, Issue 6, pp. 145–149
'Current Comment', David Flint, Roger Kay, Issue 6, pp. 150–156
'Infobank', Issue 6, pp. 157–158
'Obituary', Issue 6, pp. 159–159
'Guide to Authors', Issue 6, pp. 160–160

'Editor’s Note', Alan Wells, Issue 7, pp. 162–162
'Company Law Reform', Nicholas Bourne, Issue 7, pp. 163–165
'The Companies Act 2004: A Bolt-On Boost to Market Confidence?', Howard Beal, Simon Bennett, Issue 7, pp. 166–170
'Should UK Banks Be Subject to Corporate Social Responsibility Legislation?', Andrew H. Baker, Issue 7, pp. 171–174
'Computers and Internet: I Fought The Law (And The Law Won)', David Flint, Issue 7, pp. 175–177
'In Parliament', Issue 7, pp. 178–178
'In Court', Issue 7, pp. 179–181
'In Prospect', Issue 7, pp. 182–183
'Infobank', Issue 7, pp. 184–187

'Changes to Scottish Commercial Court Rules and The Implications for Construction Disputes', Fraser McMillan, Issue 8/9, pp. 196–198
'The FSA: Whose Tune Is It Dancing to and How Is the FSA Accountable to the Financial Services Industry?', Rachel Evans, Nerys Broome, Issue 8/9, pp. 199–203
'Return to Sender ? – What’s Wrong with the Draft TUPE Regulations', Emlyn Williams, Issue 8/9, pp. 204–209
'Computers and Internet: The Evils of Drink', David Flint, Issue 8/9, pp. 210–212
'Kelly D, Holmes A & Hayward R, Business Law', Roger Middleton, Issue 8/9, pp. 213–214
'In Parliament', Issue 8/9, pp. 215–217
'In Court', Issue 8/9, pp. 218–219
'In Prospect', Issue 8/9, pp. 220–224
'International News', Issue 8/9, pp. 224–224
'Infobank', Issue 8/9, pp. 225–229

'Employment: Harassment in the Workplace ? What?s New?', Anne Ruff, Issue 10, pp. 226–230
'Financial Services: Financial Nous and the Cycle of Deprivation: What Role Can Credit Unions Play?', Rachel Evans, Nerys Broome, Issue 10, pp. 231–235
'Current Comment', Issue 10, pp. 236–247
'In Parliament', Issue 10, pp. 248–252
'Infobank', Issue 10, pp. 253–256

'Company Law: Director Duties: A Fiduciary Duty to Confess?', Robert Flannigan, Issue 11, pp. 258–261
'Commercial Law: Philosophical Contrasts in Commercial and Consumer Law - Should we Codify Commercial Law?', Kevin M Rogers, Issue 11, pp. 262–266
'Copyright Law: Originality in Copyright Law: the Court of Appeal?s Judgment in Sawkins v Hyperion', Peter Groves, Issue 11, pp. 267–269
'Current Comment: COMPUTERS AND INTERNET - More Thoughts on P2P', David Flint, Issue 11, pp. 270–272
'n Parliament', Issue 11, pp. 273–277
'In Court', Issue 11, pp. 278–280
'Infobank', Issue 11, pp. 281–285

'Annual Index', Issue 12, pp. i–x
'The Consumer Credit Act 1974 and Social Policy', Sylvia Elwes, Issue 12, pp. 288–290
'Design Protection for Spare Parts', Peter Groves, Issue 12, pp. 291–293
'Computers and Internet: Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth?', David Flint, Issue 12, pp. 294–296
'Insurance Law: Update', Roger Kay, Issue 12, pp. 297–300
'In Parliament', Issue 12, pp. 301–302
'In Court', Issue 12, pp. 303–304
'In Prospect', Issue 12, pp. 305–309

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