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  • Business & Labor Law 

    Rao, K. A. (Khalil Ahmad) (Virtual University of Pakistan (VUP), 2013-04)
    This course focuses on various business and labor laws prevailing in Pakistan by first introducing the legal system of Pakistan and then describing various laws. It covers various business laws like Law of Contract, Law ...

  • Video Game Law 

    Festinger, J. (Jon); Ripley, R. (Roch) (University of British Columbia, 2013-05)
    The interactive entertainment and video game industries are governed by a variety of international and domestic laws dealing with intellectual property, communications, contracts, tort liability, obscenity, employment, ...

  • Corporate responsibility for industrial incidents 

    Zambellas, A. (Amanda) (The Open University (OUUK), 2013-08)
    The unit explores the law on corporate responsibility for industrial incidents looking at the UK law, impact of globalisation and exploring Bhopal as a case study.

  • Company Law PG 

    Unknown author (University of Leicester, 2013-08)
    The aim of this course is to introduce students to the theoretical issues and practical problems which underlie modern company law in the UK Continental Europe and elsewhere. The course begins by looking at the key concept ...

  • Company Law UG 

    Unknown author (University of Leicester, 2013-08)
    An overview of a Company Law Cources.

  • Technologies of Control 

    Unknown author (University of Leicester, 2013-08)
    This OER aims is to provide an overview of recent technology developments in the field of security, with particular emphasis on how the use of the technologies impacts on the lives of individuals.

  • Financial Services Crime 

    Unknown author (University of Leicester, 2013-08)
    This OER is a module outline for Financial Services Crime which includes: White Collar Crime, aspects of the Fraud Act 2006, trial by jury in Fraud Cases, the Role of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), Insider Dealing, ...

  • Introduction to Administrative Law 

    Yusof, K. M. A. A. K. (Ku Mohd Amir Aizat Ku) (Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), 2014)
    After studying this module students should be able to understand the purpose of administrative law and its significance in administrative issues and identify and explain the government powers.

  • Human Rights and Welfare 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    Issues of British human rights and European law affecting, for example, the rights of a prisoner to artificial insemination, and the rights to treatment of single persons and same sex couples. What attention should be paid ...

  • Ethics, embryos and infertility 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    An explanation of the ethical issues. We will examine attitudes towards the embryo, the retrieval and storage of gametes, mixed animal-human embryos, informed consent, safety, welfare and the lifesaving possibilities of ...

  • The Judiciary and Government 

    Davis, D. (Dennis); le Roux, M. (Michelle) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    Tension between the elected government and the judiciary is common in constitutional democracies which feature the separation of powers between the judiciary, executive and legislature. However, in South Africa, concerns ...

  • Law as a New Religion and Other Topics 

    Nice, G. (Geoffrey) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    Law is everywhere providing answers to almost everything. Ever larger numbers of students want to be part of the legal mechanisms that control us, regulate us and take over from politicians when politicians sense their own ...

  • Judges or Legislators: Who should rule? 

    Bogdanor, V. (Vernon); Rodriguez, C. (Cristina) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    How are we to allocate the power between the law makers and the law enforcers? How are we to mark the differentiation between legislators and the members of the judiciary? Professor Bogdanor (of the University of Oxford) ...

  • The Legal Profession - Regulating for independence 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    Britain’s legal profession is renowned the world over for its skill and independence. The cab rank rule governs barristers, ie they are obliged to accept the next case that presents itself, thereby ensuring that even the ...

  • The BBC - Defending the public interest 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    From 2007 the Governors were replaced by Trustees; but there was still disquiet about the best method of regulating the BBC. BBC regulation is fragmented: some regulatory functions rest with OFCOM, and the National Audit ...

  • Cousin Marriage 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    Prohibited in some states, but very common in the Middle East and Asian communities, cousin marriages result in a small increase in the number of babies with genetic problems. How serious is the problem, and how should ...

  • Privacy and Publicity in Family Law - Their Eternal Tension 

    Wall, N. (Nicholas) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    There is general agreement among non-family lawyers that family procedures should be more transparent. But exactly what role should the media play in matters of family justice? This is the 2012 annual Gray's Inn Reading.

  • Sisters, sisters, there were never such devoted sisters 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    In England, interpersonal rights and duties of support have traditionally only attached themselves to couples united by law, sex and children. Why should there not be family obligations to support siblings and parents? ...

  • The Referendum: Direct Democracy and the Constitution 

    Falcone, C. L. (Charles Leslie); Bogdanor, V. (Vernon) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
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  • The Universities - Over regulation 

    Deech, B. R. (Baroness Ruth) (Gresham College, 2014-03)
    A century ago, British universities started to receive government funds. Since then, the universities have increasingly been called on to assist in meeting national objectives, as defined by successive governments, in ...