Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) - University of Queensland Bachelor of Laws (Honours) - University of Queensland Master of Laws - University of Queensland Doctor of Juridical Science - Queensland University of Technology Brenda Marshall joined the Faculty of Law at Bond University in 2005, having previously lectured for several years in the Schools of Business and Law at the University of Queensland. Brenda has a particular interest in trade practices law, encompassing both restrictive trade practices and consumer protection, and she teaches and researches in this area. Her publications to date have addressed a variety of trade practices topics, including market definition, misuse of market power, access to essential infrastructure services, misleading and deceptive conduct, unconscionable dealing, and related themes.
Misuse of market power- Small business versus big business (with Rachel Mansted), The National Legal Eagle (2008)
A key provision of Australia’s competition law is s 46 of the Trade...
Protecting consumers from unconscionable dealing, The National Legal Eagle (2008)
As the cornerstone of Australia’s competition and consumer protection regimes, the Trade Practices...
What's price fixing got to do with it?, The National Legal Eagle (2008)
Price fixing, a manifestation of cartel conduct (collusion between competitors), has been condemned...
Mechanics of market definition, The National Legal Eagle (2007)
Should you pick up a newspaper or watch the evening news, chances are...
Working it out- Employee or independent contractor?, The National Legal Eagle (2006)
They might sound similar, but a contract of service and a contract for...