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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...

13 Jan 2014

Understanding the learning style

Case study - 6 pages - Business law

Learning is a dynamic psychological process that entails getting information into the mind of an individual. The learner concentrates on his proficiencies, memorizes, and finally articulates his thoughts and perceptions. It makes the individual make sense about his environment hence enabling him...

13 Jan 2014

Purpose of Criminal Law

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

Criminal law seeks to protect the public from harm by inflicting punishment upon those who have already done harm and by threatening with punishment those who are tempted to do harm. Most people accept that there are consequences for criminal conduct. The consequences are generally unpleasant and...

13 Jan 2014

America's changing workforce

Essay - 1 pages - Criminal law

The workforce in America is growing older. Many workers are approaching the standard retirement age and if they retire as scheduled, there will be a shortage of workers available to meet the demands of today's businesses. To make sure they have adequate personnel, American businesses have to take...

27 Dec 2013

Clearance Rate within Community Policing

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

There is an encouraging trend within the criminal justice system that raises acknowledgement and praises with regard to how law enforcement carries out its roles in our society. Community policing has many aspects and the encouraging trend is seen from the narrowed gap in the relation to arrest...

27 Dec 2013

Advances in Law Enforcement Technology

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

The advantages of stun guns and patrol car video surveillance are critical, advanced tools in law enforcement. Officers are given the option of Tasers, which are extremely effective when pursuing an offender that might have had the upper hand to fight for a long time, resulting in the officer...

27 Dec 2013

The Effectiveness of America's Prisons

Case study - 5 pages - Criminal law

Crime has been a defining characteristic of modern America. It has claimed thousands of lives and has cost billions of dollars. The U.S. "correctional" population is at a record high. During the past two decades, the prison population has grown more rapidly than at any noted time in history. This...

18 Dec 2013

Logical problem of evil and the freewill defense

Case study - 3 pages - Business law

The problem of evil according to Inwagen (188) is defined as the label for an intellectual problem that is contrary to emotional, spiritual, psychological and theological problems. The prevalence of evil in the world or the logical problem of evil can easily be used to form a basis for an...

18 Dec 2013

Link between Borrowers' Risk and Mortgage Lending

Case study - 6 pages - Business law

Borrower risk is defined as the type of risk that borrowers of any financial funds such as loans or mortgages are exposed to when they borrow either large or small amounts of money. Borrower risk mostly occurs when an individual borrows money against property or assets that have a high property...

18 Dec 2013

Supply Chain Management: Sony Corporation

Case study - 5 pages - Business law

Supply chain management is defined as the integration of a network of suppliers, manufacturers, distribution centres and retailers through which raw materials are acquired, transformed and delivered to their intended customers. Sony has been able to develop its own supply chain management...

18 Dec 2013

Controlling Organized Crime

Case study - 2 pages - Criminal law

Organized crime is defined as a group of individuals composed of numerous ethnicities and transnational groups who work and operate together, apart, or in combination with legitimate businesses and political entities. Organized crime has been a rising concern since at least the beginning of the...

18 Dec 2013

Adjusting to Terrorism: Situation and changes

Case study - 1 pages - Criminal law

The United States has developed new methods to combat terrorism attacks after the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center. As a result the Department of Homeland Security was established to help protect Americans against terrorism. Department of Homeland Security (n.d), “The...

10 Dec 2013

Trade Theories

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

manufactures to customer, is important because it provide end users with their basic needs. For the process of trading to be effective, various factors such as environment factors that affect the process need to be considered. Some of these effects have great negative impacts to businesses and...

05 Dec 2013

Corrections Trend

Case study - 3 pages - Criminal law

With the rise in the inmate population over the past decade brought changes with the types of punishment and has caused an increase in the demand of community-based sanctions. To help with prison overcrowding community-based programs were put in place. Deterioration continues to...

25 Nov 2013

Reorganizing and Consolidating Bureaucracy in America

Case study - 3 pages - International law

The bureaucracy in America has become a major concern in development over the past years. Strict rules, procedures and different functions or obligations are divided and it becomes difficult to handle some tasks due to unnecessary processes involved. Most public institutions are serious...

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