ISSUE 1
'New Trends in Piercing the Corporate Veil: The Conservative Versus the Liberal Approaches', Aleka Mandaraka-Sheppard, Issue 1, pp. 2–14
'Harassment at Work: Isn’t It Really a Matter for Health, Safety and Well-Being Law?', Patricia Leighton, Issue 1, pp. 15–23
'Intellectual Property: Brought to Book?', David Flint, Issue 1, pp. 24–25
'Publications', Issue 1, pp. 26–27
'In Parliament', Issue 1, pp. 29–34
'In Court', Issue 1, pp. 35–36

ISSUE 2
'An Insight into Bankable Feasibility Studies', Ritankar Sahu, Issue 2, pp. 38–46
'Financial Reporting: Standards and Issues', Peter Yeoh, Issue 2, pp. 47–53
'A Legal Perspective of Hostile Takeover Defensive Measures in China and Malaysia', Hasani Mohd Ali, Liu Kai, Issue 2, pp. 54–59
'Computers and Internet: Are All Modern Currencies Not Virtual? – The Bitcoin Phenomenon', David Flint, Issue 2, pp. 60–62
'Publications', Issue 2, pp. 63–65
'In Parliament', Issue 2, pp. 66–81

ISSUE 3
'The Rise of Europe’s Independent Professionals: But Why the Reluctance to Embrace Them?', Patricia Leighton, Issue 3, pp. 84–92
'A Comparative Study of Automatically Renewable Contracts in Europe', Timothy J. Dodsworth, Victoria S. Baltrusch, Ugo Dallemagne, Dagmar Topf Aguiar de Medeiros, Issue 3, pp. 93–100
'Enforceability of Share Transfer Restrictions in India: Momentous Regulatory Shift', Nikhil Suresh Pareek, Soham Banerjee, Issue 3, pp. 101–105
'Order of Precedence Clauses: An Automatic Means of Resolving Discrepancies Between Contract Documents?', Lee Mason, Issue 3, pp. 106–107
'Computers and Internet', David Flint, Issue 3, pp. 108–109
'Intellectual Property', Victor Caddy, Issue 3, pp. 110–110
'Publications', Issue 3, pp. 111–114
'In Parliament', Issue 3, pp. 115–122

ISSUE 4
'Risk Assessment: Whose Responsibility? Whose Risk? Is the Law Effective?', Brenda Barrett, Issue 4, pp. 124–131
'Post-merger Consolidations in Nigeria: Some Legal Considerations', Goke Kuye, Issue 4, pp. 132–135
'Legal Consequences of a Minor’s Agreement in India', Saman Narayan Upadhyay, Issue 4, pp. 136–140
'Computers and Internet Staying Connected!', David Flint, Issue 4, pp. 141–143
'Publications', Issue 4, pp. 144–147
'In Parliament', Issue 4, pp. 148–155

ISSUE 5
'Are Directors Getting Away with Manslaughter? Emerging Trends in Prosecutions for Corporate Manslaughter', Sarah Field, Lucy Jones, Issue 5, pp. 158–163
'Multinational Companies and the Allocation of Environmental Risk in International Investment Treaties', Janet Dine, Issue 5, pp. 164–176
'Class Actions under the Indian Companies Act 2013: A Critique', Aravapalli Krishna Thej, Issue 5, pp. 177–180
'A Storm in a Tea Cake? Lees of Scotland Ltd &Thomas Tunnock Ltd v. HMRC', Laura Donnellan, Issue 5, pp. 181–184
'Intellectual Property Patently Obvious', David Flint, Issue 5, pp. 185–187
'Publications', Issue 5, pp. 188–190
'In Parliament', Issue 5, pp. 191–199

ISSUE 6
'Forget Me Not? Europe’s ‘Right to be Forgotten’ in the Google Age', Natasha Simmons, Issue 6, pp. 202–206
'Vicarious Liability for Intentional and Wrongful Acts by Employees: The Case of Vaickuviene – Highlighting Lacunae in the ‘Close Connection’ Test?', Roger M. Walden, Issue 6, pp. 207–210
'Monopoly and Public Policy', Magdalena Laskowska, Issue 6, pp. 211–213
'Consumer Protection Consumer Regulations – The Consumer Strikes Back', Pete Gardner, Issue 6, pp. 214–214
'Publications', Issue 6, pp. 215–216
'In Parliament', Issue 6, pp. 217–224
'Index –Volume 35 – January - December 2014', Issue 6, pp. 225–229

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