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03 Jun 2015

Intangible property: case study

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

Made a sudden seizure and experts should conduct the investigation and prepare the corresponding technical report, answering the questions formulated by the plaintiffs, the Public Ministry and the judge. Not realizing expertise by decision of the experts after inspection, the expert report must...

03 Jun 2015

The nullity of the preliminary phase the judgment

Case study - 4 pages - Other law subjects

Jurisprudence has devoted substantial early nullities. Then, an Act of 1897 instituted 8/12 textual nullities. Infringement of defense rights has gradually become the criterion for determining existence of substantial nullities (Cass, 12/06 1952, Imbert). The substantial nullities have been...

13 May 2015

Managerial Economics: Welfare Corporate Social Responsibility

Case study - 5 pages - Criminal law

Free market theory was a dominant theme of the 1780s propagated by economists such as Adam Smith. Amongst other things was its exclusive resolve that there should be minimal government involvement in the business of the economy if any at all. It was the era of the industrialization concerned with...

10 Apr 2015

Where Prosecutions Go erroneous - Crime and Punishment

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

The main mandate of the justice system is to investigate, make arrests, gather evidence, bring charges forward, conduct trials, render a sentence and carry out a punishment. The judicial system is therefore trusted to make the right judgments and to give punishments only to those who...

30 Mar 2015

The Legal, Ethical, and Technological Concerns in Investments

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

The need for accountability links the accounting and financial reporting of businesses to the law. The main interest of the law in this case is to protect the interests of the public from manipulations of the statements to exploit unsuspecting citizens. In addition, the law creates a platform for...

24 Mar 2015

Strategic problems facing Human Resource Managers (HRM) operating in multi-national companies (MNC)

Essay - 7 pages - Criminal law

A multi-national company is a company that has been formed to operate across known international physical boundaries (Cooke, 2003). These companies are often located to other international countries apart from the parent country in which it was originally founded. These multinational...

18 Mar 2015

Why the Saudi Government Implemented Banning Exports of Cement?

Case study - 6 pages - Criminal law

In 2009, the ban was partially lifted following an upsurge in demand in the Middle Eastern countries. Other factor was the continued fall in country's GDP growth rate projections for the past 2 years forcing the adjustment on foreign trade policies to boost the balance of payments. The outlaw has...

12 Feb 2015

Fire and Security Monitoring System - Process Architectural Design

Case study - 6 pages - Criminal law

The fire and security monitoring system is meant to manage, and to monitor the fire security alarms in a building. In order to best understand how this system works, it is only prudent to define its design both in terms of the software and the hardware components that it is made up of; we have to...

30 Jan 2015

Does Insolvency Law Need Reform?

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

Time and again, companies face financial difficulties that threaten to lead such investments into closure. This should not be allowed to unnecessarily take these companies that are faced with financial difficulties to the wall. There are laws that have existed in various European governments that...

02 Dec 2014

Legal methodology for students

Case study - 15 pages - Civil law

The practical case is an exercise also called legal consultation, or legal composition. The object of the practical case is to bring the legal solution to facts given and to state the consequences. For that, we applied the mechanism of the legal syllogism. There is no question to state a...

13 Nov 2014

Islamic finance and its come back after the last economic crash

Case study - 4 pages - Criminal law

The economic crash took place between 2007 and 2008. It originated from the United States. It is the worst economic crisis that has ever hit the world up to today. It has become a global issue, hitting economies in all countries. It has led to the fall or decline in the economies, markets and...

10 Nov 2014

Punishment vs Rehabilitation for Criminals

Case study - 25 pages - Criminal law

In history, the citizen safety holds a fundamental priority in successive governments'policies protecting the basic human rights. Naturally, everyone is expected to respect the right calling for human safety at all places; walking along the street, relaxing at home or in public gatherings. For...

05 Nov 2014

Criminal Evidence and Procedure- if judge decides to exclude the evidence can the prosecution introduce it at the trial?

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

The evidence falls under the Exclusionary Rule, which prevents the prosecutor from relying on evidence gathered through means that violate the Constitution. There was no search warrant in getting the evidence and it resulted in illegal search and seizure which is against the dictates in the...

03 Nov 2014

Managing Employment Relations - Work life balance and the law

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

Work-life balance involves creating an enabling environment for employees to balance between work and personal responsibilities making them work harder and become committed to the organization. Employers should support it to comply with laws to promote equality opportunities by ensuring employees...

03 Nov 2014

The Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid

Case study - 5 pages - Other law subjects

The Sudan is a vast area extending from the Red Sea at the Horn of Africa in the East to the Sahel regions in the North and the Equatorial rainforest at its border with the Democratic Republic of Congo in the West. It used to be one country, the Republic of Sudan, but the South split away from...

17 Oct 2014

Court Proceeding Observation

Case study - 2 pages - Other law subjects

The case presented before the court involved drug trafficking. The accused were being charged with counts of drug dealing in the city. There are three suspects involved in the case; two men aged 30 and 38 years and a young lady in her mid twenties. On 3rd March 2013, they were found in...

11 Sep 2014

Correctional systems, in criminal justification

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

Correctional systems, in criminal justification, are the various actions taken by the government agencies to protect innocent citizens from the lawbreakers (Siegel, 2013). The agencies are required to punish the offenders through lock up in prison, hard labor and community services. However, to...

02 Sep 2014

Global litigation and conflict of laws

Case study - 5 pages - Other law subjects

As clarified in the Tatry case, “It should be noted at the outset that the English version […] does not expressly distinguish between the concepts of ‘object' and ‘cause' of action. That language version must however be construed in the same manner as the majority of the other...

27 Aug 2014

UK Trust Law - A Case Study on Tracing

Case study - 5 pages - Civil law

Tracing is the process by which assets or property can be traced into the hands of a third party. Tracing can also be the ‘process of identifying a new asset as the substitute for the old' . Within the field of tracing there are two types - tracing at common...

21 Aug 2014

Success of the Yam! Brand, Inc Global Company that Feeds the World

Case study - 1 pages - Business law

In my case am going to be assessing the Yam! Brand, Inc. David Novak who was the chief executive officer developed an ambitious plan for a food company he had led eight years. This plan aimed at improving the performance of the company although it had many challenges and problems. The first...

21 Aug 2014

Book Summary-Revolutionary War of America

Case study - 1 pages - Business law

The setting of the story is the Revolutionary War of America that took place in the late1700s. The book tells about women's contribution and how the war affected them. Berkin expresses a deep admiration for women in these hard times by describing their priceless contributions. The characters...

28 Jul 2014

Application of management information systems

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

In 1995 the World Bank introduced a knowledge management (KM) programs that is a new form of management information system (MIS). This was a system that could be used to define a strategy on the business needs of the organization (Zeleny, 2005). On the other hand, American airlines developed a...

28 Jul 2014

Unfair competition Law- Business and Professions Code 17200 et seq

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

The business and professional code is among the 29 codes that govern the state of California. The business and professional code provides insight to both business persons and consumers about business practices permitted by the law. Section 17200 of the code, known as the Unfair Competition Law,...

16 Jul 2014

Wrongful Convictions

Case study - 3 pages - Other law subjects

Miscarriage of Justice or wrongful conviction is probably today most biting headache for the legal and justice fraternity. With the discovery of wrongful conviction on the rise, the state and convicts engage in a diabolic tussle on actual innocence and to what extent the law serves its...

10 Jul 2014

Larry Page

Case study - 4 pages - Business law

The Business essay will be focusing on Larry Page, the CEO Google. Larry was born in March 26, 1973 in the America. Page is a computer scientist from the University of Stanford in Palo Alto and an American business magnate who together with Sergey Brin founded Google. Page became the CEO Google...

29 May 2014

Key Landmark Decisions of the United States of America Supreme Court

Case study - 4 pages - Civil law

Two landmark decisions of the United States of America Supreme Court, Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896) and Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) have a played a key role in anchoring constitutionalism and have provided a varied interpretation of the constitution in everyday judicial...

28 May 2014

Freedom of Expression

Case study - 6 pages - Civil law

Freedom of expression is outlined in article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights and is arguably one of the most important rights that we are granted by the Convention. Through this right we are able to promote truth, democracy and self-fulfilment, which collectively promote the idea of...

22 May 2014

Punishment Theories

Case study - 7 pages - Criminal law

When discussing reasons for punishment, one will find there are four main theories on which these reasons are based - retribution, which looks to the past and deterrence, incapacitation and rehabilitation which are concerned with the future and are often thought of as utilitarian. These...

22 May 2014

Is Law Patriarchal?

Case study - 6 pages - Other law subjects

When one discusses the idea of patriarchy, it is important to establish what this actually means. In most people's minds, it is the idea of male dominance, and consequently the subordination of women. If this is the true definition, then we can find lots of examples in law of this...

22 May 2014

Should Television Formats Be Copyright able?

Case study - 9 pages - Civil law

The idea of copyrighting television formats has become a prevalent area of debate in recent years, partly due to the increased global marketing/trade in television today and partly due to the changing nature of our television viewing habits and the types of programs on offer to the public at...