|Regulation, Litigation and Enforcement - JURD7364|
The effective regulation of areas such as competition law, securities, financial services and taxation requires the availability and use of enforcement techniques, including litigation. This course examines the procedural aspects of litigation in the regulatory context. The course addresses litigation issues common to all regulatory schemes such pre-litigation processes which are characterised by a regulator’s investigation and information gathering powers and criminal law aspects of regulatory litigation. Three different regulatory schemes and their regulator (Competition Law/ACCC, Securities Law/ASIC and Tax Law/ATO) are then examined from the perspective of enforcement and litigation.
Recommended Prior Knowledge
A candidate who has successfully completed this course should be able to:
Research Essay – 80%
Class Participation – 20%
Course Materials will be available for purchase from the UNSW Bookshop
Refer to the course outline which will be provided by the lecturer at the beginning of the relevant semester.