ISSUE 1
'Editorial', Alan Wells, Issue 1, pp. 2–2
'Business and Human Rights: The Anthropomorphic Errors', Diego F. Soto-Miranda, Issue 1, pp. 3–12
'Competition Law and Financial Crisis', Ioannis Kokkoris, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Issue 1, pp. 13–23
'A Question of Integration', Brenda Barrett, Issue 1, pp. 24–27
'Banking - UK Banks: Abusive and Predatory', Alan Wells, Issue 1, pp. 28–29
'Intellectual Property – Once Upon a Time – A Story of Make Believe!', David Flint, Issue 1, pp. 30–31
'Publications', Issue 1, pp. 32–34
'In Parliament', Issue 1, pp. 35–41
'In Court', Issue 1, pp. 42–43

ISSUE 2
'Business and Human Rights and the Anthropomorphic Errors', Diego F. Soto-Miranda, Issue 2, pp. 46–53
'Workplace Insecurity: The Case for Global Governance', Peter Hough, Issue 2, pp. 54–62
'Riches to Rags: The Use of Freezing and Disclosure Orders against the Fraudsters who Pretend to Lose It All', Andrew Holden, Issue 2, pp. 63–65
'Consumer Protection: The Simple New World of the Common European Sales Law', Christopher Bisping, Issue 2, pp. 66–68
'Computers and Internet: Every Silver Lining has a Cloud', David Flint, Issue 2, pp. 69–70
'Publications', Issue 2, pp. 71–73
'In Parliament', Issue 2, pp. 74–79
'In Court', Issue 2, pp. 80–82

ISSUE 3
'Employer Civil Liability for Work-Related Psychiatric Injury: Juggling Established Principles and ‘New’ Risks', Roger M. Walden, Issue 3, pp. 84–94
'Consumer Product Recalls: The United States Experience and Some International Implications', Robert T. Kenagy, Mark Fox, Issue 3, pp. 95–109
'Computers and Internet: Clouds on the Legal Horizon?', David Flint, Issue 3, pp. 110–111
'Employment: The Latest Employment Law Reforms to Come into Force', Roger M. Walden, Issue 3, pp. 112–113
'Publications', Issue 3, pp. 114–119
'In Parliament', Issue 3, pp. 120–124
'In Court', Issue 3, pp. 125–126

ISSUE 4
'Pension Auto-Enrolment: Dealing with Complex Legislation for a Temporary Workforce', Mark Mitchell, Issue 4, pp. 128–129
'Do Women Returning to Work Following Maternity Leave have Access to Quality Part-Time Work?', Jamie Atkinson, Issue 4, pp. 130–136
'Clyde & Co LLP & Anor v. Bates Van Winkelhof [2012] EWCA Civ 1207', Peter Yeoh, Issue 4, pp. 137–139
'Interpretation of Micro-Organism Under the TRIPS Agreement', Ali Khaled Qtaishat, Issue 4, pp. 140–147
'Dispute Resolution–Third-Party Funding: Helping Companies Control Runaway Litigation Costs', Christopher P. Bogart, Issue 4, pp. 148–149
'Computers and Internet: Under a Cloud?', David Flint, Issue 4, pp. 150–151
'Publications', Issue 4, pp. 152–154
'In Parliament', Issue 4, pp. 155–162
'In Court', Issue 4, pp. 163–164

ISSUE 5
'Making Credit Rating Agencies Accountable: Is Estoppel a Possible Solution?', Andrea Miglionico, Issue 5, pp. 166–173
'The Cost of Manual Handling', Brenda Barrett, Issue 5, pp. 174–183
'Identifying the Trans-National Enterprise for Tax and Other Purposes: An ‘Economic Entity’', Lina Abdallah Khalil Shabeeb, Ibrahim M. H. Aljazy, Issue 5, pp. 184–194
'Employment: Controversial New Fees, Revised Tribunal Rules and Lower Cap for Most on Unfair Dismissal Compensation', Roger M. Walden, Issue 5, pp. 195–197
'Intellectual Property: Don’t Say It With Flowers', David Flint, Issue 5, pp. 198–200
'Publications', Issue 5, pp. 201–203
'In Parliament', Issue 5, pp. 204–211
'In Court', Issue 5, pp. 212–214

ISSUE 6
'Is Your Business Flexible Enough For 2014?', Emma Clark, Issue 6, pp. 216–217
'Whistle-Blowing Laws in the UK', Peter Yeoh, Issue 6, pp. 218–224
'Contract: Watching the Watchers Watching', David Flint, Issue 6, pp. 225–226
'Employment: Zero-Hours Contracts – Nothing New under the Sun', Roger Seifert, Issue 6, pp. 227–227
'Publications', Issue 6, pp. 228–235
'In Parliament', Issue 6, pp. 236–244
'In Court', Issue 6, pp. 245–246
'In the News', Issue 6, pp. 247–250
'Index – Volume 34 – January - December 2013', Issue 6, pp. 251–254

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