Tag Archives: trade practices act

Common law and statute

So if one asks a student or a teacher of the law of obligations, “Which do you prefer, statutes or cases?”, the answer will almost invariably come back, “Cases, of course.” Cases have immediate human interest supplied by the facts; and the reasoning of the judges, while often complex, satisfyingly leads the reader from the […]

Of secondary boycotts, free speech and… revenue

As many of  our readers are aware, the rather spiffy advertisements that–until recently–ran here (as well as on Larvatus Prodeo, Club Troppo and Jennifer Marohasy, to cover the political spectrum) were brokered by Online Opinion’s Graham Young. Graham–who both Legal Eagle and I consider a personal friend–is an internet ‘old hand’ who negotiated high quality […]