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28 Jul 2015

Legal aspects of the law and legislations

Case study - 5 pages - Civil law

The purpose of this essay is to analyse a case scenario at the Sunnyland Day Respite Center with focus being on the legal aspects of the law and legislations. The paper will analyse the various aspects of the law in relation to the case that resulted in the unnecessary death of the...

28 Jul 2015

Affirmative action legislation

Essay - 2 pages - Civil law

Affirmative action is mentioned in association with efforts to promote social equalities at work places. Legislation was used to enforce and guarantee equality initiatives in organizations. These initiatives protected persons like the disabled the elderly, gender groups and others (Glenda,...

21 Feb 2014

Influential vocational legislation

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

The American career and technical education sector has seen several legislative acts drafted and passed in order to make it better and more useful to the American people. These legislation acts are made and existing ones amended constantly to address the changing needs of the American...

18 Aug 2014

How violent television programs affects firearm control legislation?

Case study - 8 pages - Film studies

Globally, violent crime television programs have increased; this has had a widespread effect on the society, positively and negatively. Negative effects of violent television became a major concern after broadcasting began in the United States in 1946. From previous studies viewing of violent...

01 Feb 2014

Critically evaluate the impact upon EC jurisprudence and legislation of the judgement of the European Court of Justice in REWE Zentral AG Bundesmonopolverwaltung fur Branntwein "Cassis de Dijon"

Essay - 7 pages - European law

Article 28 (ex-30) of the EC Treaty is one of the major principles governing the achievement in establishing the common market. It lays out a strong principle that imposes quantitative restrictions on imports and that all measures having equivalent effect will be prohibited between member states....

19 Nov 2014

Health and Safety Legislation

Case study - 12 pages - Educational studies

The enactment of the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 outlined a fundamental structure, upon which other regulations have advanced. This report captures the emphasis demonstrated in its provisions requiring employers and self-employed to prioritize workplace safety. The report highlights the...

29 Sep 2010

How tobacco industries can adapt marketing strategies despite such restrictive European legislation?

Case study - 11 pages - Business strategy

The prime focus of this paper is the tobacco industry, which incidentally has been facing problems owing to the numerous regulations imposed, especially in the European Union. The question in consideration here is how the tobacco industry can adapt its marketing strategies despite the restrictive...

29 Jun 2010

Lease agreement according to the Bulgarian legislation

Thesis - 3 pages - Business law

The rights of the Lessee can be protected if the agreement comes into force after the financing is provided. Since the parties desire the term of lease to be more than 3 years, the contract has to be signed by persons who are capable of activities of complex management. As it is presumed until...

06 Feb 2009

Social policy and legislation in early childhood

Essay - 7 pages - Educational studies

The aim of this paper is to create a report for a follow-on research and critical review of the government implementation of the Code of Practice (2001) and its impact on identification and assessment of special educational needs in the early years setting (a nursery). For this purpose,...

22 Jun 2009

Animal rights and legislation in Canada: How we fail to slaughter animals humanely

Thesis - 6 pages - Civil law

With the evolution of the legal system, its direction towards stricter and more precise laws has incorporated animals into its protection. A comparison between now and a century ago is remarkable. Society has brought it upon itself to protect not only companion animals such as pets and working...

12 Nov 2009

Anti-terrorism legislation and the case of Abousfian Abdelrazik

Thesis - 6 pages - Social sciences

In the wake of the 9/1 terrorist attacks, anti-terrorism legislation has proven to have far reaching implications for the way the western world has come to understand the relationship between society and the law. Indeed, as the focal point of this course, the relationship between society...

09 May 2009

Outline and assess the extent to which the WTO agreements have legal effects before EU and member states' courts, creating rights for individuals and the possibility of testing the compatibility of EU secondary legislation with these agreements. - published: 09/05/2009

Thesis - 10 pages - International relations

Because its creation was not a simple extension of the GATT, literature has shown a lively curiosity for the reception of WTO law within the Community legal order. Some concrete facts justify this infatuation. Unlike its predecessor, the WTO is a permanent institution with its own secretariat...

10 Jun 2009

Arkansas state government: Political environment, institutions, and legislation

Thesis - 5 pages - Political science

The state of Arkansas' distinct political environment requires a well planned policy initiative in order to drastically change policy, such as to increase the state's income tax. With a number of costly initiatives currently being implemented, particularly in infrastructure and education, an...

30 Jun 2008

Assessment of the invasive species legislation for the Great Lakes

Essay - 14 pages - Ecology & environment

In 1959, the Great Lakes opened to deep draft navigation, and since then these waters have transported an estimated two billion tonnes of cargo from the United States to Canada (Seaway 2008). The lakes have 47 deep draft ports and 55 shallow draft harbors, because “waterborne commerce is...

19 Mar 2008

Outline and assess the extent to which the wto agreements have legal effects before eu and member states' courts, creating rights for individuals and the possibility of testing the compatibility of eu secondary legislation with these agreements.

Essay - 12 pages - International law

Because its creation was not a simple extension of the GATT, literature has shown a lively curiosity for the reception of WTO law within the Community legal order. Some concrete facts justify this infatuation. Unlike its predecessor, the WTO is a permanent institution with its own secretariat...

04 Oct 2007

The Second American Revolution Analysis and Impact of the Republican Economic Legislation of the Civil War Era

Essay - 11 pages - Modern history

The United States Civil War was a watershed event for the country. The consequences of the conflict changed the landscape of the country forever. Historian Charles Beard labeled the war “The Second American Revolution”, because he believed that more change took place during this period...

24 Nov 2021

Under which conditions can the European Parliament decide legislative outcomes?

Essay - 5 pages - European law

As any national parliament, the European Parliament's role is mainly a legislative one even if, as opposed to national assemblies, it does not possess the exclusivity of the power to establish and vote the law. The development of the power of the Parliament belongs to a logic of increasing...

08 Oct 2015

Legislative initiative plan from senator anitere flores

Essay - 4 pages - Political science

In the contemporary society, there is the need for the Health Sector need to implement public policies that are effective in dealing social determinants of health (SDH). This is critical in minimizing inequalities in health care. This paper envisions the adoption of a Social Determinants of...

18 May 2012

Congress bills and how the process of legislating bills work in the US Congress

Case study - 2 pages - International relations

This paper will discuss Congress bills and how the process of legislating bills work in the US Congress. To do so, it will look at a very recent bill presented in the Congress, discuss the issues surrounding the bill, its presentation and submission in the American congress and any future of...

08 Aug 2022

Employee protection and economic liberalism in the US: does the search for a balance still make sense?

Essay - 6 pages - Labor law

American history, such as most countries nowadays in the world” history, has been through several periods of crucial changes, socially, economically and in general, politically. Very frequently, this also led to some changes in the legislation that was applied and evolved through most...

27 Jan 2011

Relations between the executive and legislative branches in Great Britain

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

The power in Britain adopts a particular shape. The organization of this power is first formed by an unwritten constitution. It is separate from the Monarch, the Prime Minister and also the Parliament. This leads us to question the executive and legislative branches. The executive power heads...

20 Sep 2022

The British Parliament

Course material - 24 pages - Political science

This document is a lesson on the British Parliament, explaining how it is constituted and how it works.

14 Jul 2022

DAC 6: The Mandatory Disclosure Regime

Practical guide - 4 pages - European law

Under the European Union's DAC6 tax disclosure coordination, the reporting requirements have become enforced across the member states after an almost seven-month postponement of reporting deadlines by many member states, as a result of the recent coronavirus pandemic. Complying with...

26 Jul 2022

Multiculturalism and Indigenous Peoples

Course material - 2 pages - Sociology

Multiculturalism entails how a particular society handles cultural diversity. It assumes that members of different cultural groups can easily coexist peacefully in a given region. Multiculturalism expresses the fact that a community is enriched through respecting, encouraging, and preserving...

16 Jun 2022

The European employment strategy

Dissertation - 7 pages - European union

Over the last ten years, employment has remained the top concern of Europeans, including new EU members. In fact, due to the lack of change in each national level, EU citizens have grown to trust the European Union more than their own governments to improve their country's employment...

24 Jul 2022

English Test Correction: Geopolitical Relations in Great Britain and Australia

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Linguistics

This document contains an English test including sentences and expressions to translate, as well as questions on geopolitical relations about Great Britain and Australia.

07 Apr 2016

UK revenge porn laws: Literature review

Essay - 5 pages - Other law subjects

Revenge porn is a type of illegal activity where a party exposes explicit images or other materials such as videos, of a person whom they had a relationship with but broke up in retaliation to the break up with the aim of hitting back at their significant others. It may also occur when hackers...

24 Nov 2021

The precautionary principle and its consequences upon the community legal order: gmos and bse

Essay - 28 pages - European law

Concentrating on the expression itself it is clear that the word "principle? implies a peculiar importance given to the "precaution?. It is to say that the principle of precaution is a principle of law, even if it is not clear how and where this scope has been given: some would say in Treaties,...

18 Dec 2008

From judging to legislating: The Supreme Court as a law-making body

Essay - 4 pages - Journalism

Whether the judicial branch in the United States should exercise activism or restraint has been debated since before the constitution was ratified. Delegates to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 were split on the issue, and left Article III of the Constitution purposefully ambiguous, most...

29 Sep 2010

English legal system: The Sources of English Law

Course material - 87 pages - Constitutional law

The judicial decisions are the first to be found to develop a system. Today, they are still influencing the system as a whole. Judicial decisions have a weight that their continental counter part does not have. In England, under certain requirements, decisions are biding the judge with the...