A discussion on the limitations of the direct effect of EC (European Community) law.
An analysis of the extent to which the rise of the dominance of company law in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was the inevitable consequence of technological advance.
An overview of the case of Reeves v. Sanderson Plumbing, which deals with age discrimination in the workplace.
Examines the issue of religion as an profit-seeking institution rather than a spiritual community.
Discussion of the origin, history and evolution of the Social Security Act of 1935.
This paper discusses cases of product liability law, meaning manufacturers are responsible in civil liability court for damages arising from use of their products whenever a consumer suffers harm by virtue of a defect in the product.
This paper discusses many aspects of forensic evidence and its impact on court decisions.
This extensive research paper analyzes U.K. case law regarding mental health to develop a set of recommendations to be used as a guideline for creating an improved legal system for mental health.
Closely examines whether or not Australia should adapt a Bill of Rights in their Constitution, looking at current protection of human rights in the legal system.
A look at the growing problem of medicare and medicaid insurance fraud and what can be done to prevent it.