Corporations law: a case study in federalism
[Introduction]: Federalism, and its benefits and deficiencies, is likely to be the focus of much debate and discussion this year. Like most federal systems of government, ours is characterised by a formal distribution of legislative and executive power between the federal and state governments, under a written constitution, with an umpire, in the form of the High Court. Federalism has both its detractors and its supporters.... This paper considers the significant events in corporate...[Show more]
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