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Academically rigorous yet welcoming and fully attuned to the needs of the student reader, Chris Bevan's Land Law represents a new breed of textbook, blending traditional and contemporary teaching approaches to guide readers to a confident understanding of the subject.
This book provides the latest and updated account of the principles and practices of family laws in Pakistan.
How do the one percent keep getting richer despite financial crises and the myriad of taxes on income, capital gains, and inheritance? Brooke Harrington interviewed professionals who specialize in protecting the fortunes of the world's richest people: wealth managers. To gain access to their tactics and mentality, she trained to become one of them.
This well-written, opinionated, and engaging book explains what we can do differently to make serious and sustained progress against cancer-and how we can avoid repeating the policy and practice mistakes of the past.
The Brussels Effect offers a novel account of the EU by challenging the view that it is a declining world power. Anu Bradford explains how the EU exerts global influence through its ability to unilaterally regulate the global marketplace without the need to engage in neither international cooperation nor coercion.
In this volume, various leading and well-placed experts explain the key constitutional features, or identities, of selected Member States of the European Union. Not only are these constitutional identities compared, but the notion of such identity is discussed against the background of the EU's constitutional relationship with its Member States.
The London Court of International Arbitration LCIA Rules are among the most modern and forward-looking of the various institutional arbitration rules. This is the first full length and comprehensive commentary on these rules, written by two well-known and experienced arbitration practitioners.
Severe political polarization is increasingly afflicting old and new democracies alike, producing the erosion of democratic norms and rising societal anger. This volume is the first book-length comparative analysis of this troubling global phenomenon, offering in-depth case studies.
The book is addressed to researchers and students in law, political science and philosophy studying the making of human rights standards. It is also of interest to non-academic audiences, such as judges, practicing lawyers, national authorities developing human rights policies, and civil society organisations engaged in human rights advocacy.
Every day, corporations are connecting the dots about our personal behavior--silently scrutinizing clues left behind by our work habits and Internet use. But who connects the dots about what firms are doing with all this information? Frank Pasquale exposes how powerful interests abuse secrecy for profit and explains ways to rein them in.
This classic casebook provides a valuable selection of significant cases and legislation alongside an engaging range of carefully selected extracts, all of which are enhanced by insightful author notes in an easy-to-use and accessible format.
This new volume analyses in considerable detail the antitrust issues arising from vertical restraints and presents a comprehensive map and critical assessment of current enforcement practice in the European Union.
International law lies at the heart of our interaction with the global community. It protects rights, imposes duties, and establishes a framework for the conduct of almost every social, political, and economic activity. Vaughan Lowe explains the basic structural principles of international law, and looks at its potential and its limitations.
Gives developers an understanding of what constitutes intellectual property, complete with advice and a set of principles they can use to pursue open source projects without getting into legal trouble. It aims to place the computer field on a basis for understanding, applying, and debating key concepts in copyrights, trade secrets, and patents.
Confronts the everyday politics of surveillance by exploring the worlds and words of those who know it best - the watched. The book focuses on the conversations of low-income mothers from Appalachian Ohio as they talk about the welfare bureaucracy and its remarkably advanced surveillance system.
Featuring chapters from Uria Menendez, Deneys Reitz Inc and Minter Ellison, this first edition covers key issues that can arise in relation to product regulation, recall, liability and insurance coverage in a number of jurisdictions in Europe, North America, South America and Asia.
This text offers a critique of the ideological roots of the "Deep Ecology" movement spreading throughout Germany, France and the United States. The author examines European legal cases concerning the status and rights of animals and key ideas that German Romanticism embraced.
Acclaimed scholar Kathryn Sikkink examines the important and controversial new trend of holding political leaders criminally accountable for human rights violations.
Carl Schmitt ranks among the original and controversial political thinkers of the twentieth century. This book contains translations of Schmitt's 1958 commentary on the work, explanatory notes, and an appendix including articles of the Weimar constitution.