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  • Instructors want to educate their students to become knowledgeable consumers of legal services. Students want to become successful managers, capable of planning to avoid legal problems and of making more informed decisions when confronted with legal issues regarding the marketing of goods and services. This textbook is designed for both audiences. Experiencedmarketing managers know that the law affects marketing activities in a multitude of ways.

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  • The purpose of the thesis is to study acquisition activity under legal perspective and build a number of solutions to complete the law on acquisitions in Vietnam.

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  • It was a really hot summer’s day many years ago. I was on my way to pick up two items at the grocery store. In those days, I was a frequent visitor to the supermarket because there never seemed to be enough money for a whole week’s food-shopping at once. You see, my young wife, after a tragic battle with cancer, had died just a few months earlier. There was no insurance -- just many expenses and a mountain of bills.

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  • Business and commercial enterprise takes place within a legal context and, in the final analysis, is governed and regulated by law. One of the problems facing the person studying business activity, and the one that is specifically addressed in this book, is the fact that business enterprise takes place within a general and wide-ranging legal environment, but the student is required to have more than a passing knowledge of the legal rules and procedures which impact on business activity.

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  • The exploitation of natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies represents one of the most fascinating developments in the fields of space law and space related activities. The mining and use of extraterrestrial mineral resources may not only contribute to the betterment of conditions of people on earth but may also enable the realization of projects such as those envisaging a permanent human presence on the surface of the moon and other celestial bodies.

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  • Supreme Court justices are an aging tribe. Their longevity is a product of the legal safeguards established to ensure their independence. They are entitled to serve (and keep on serving) during “good behavior,” which means (in practical effect) as long as they want to. And they invariably want to for a very long time. The justices now in place are an especially elderly lot. Then again, they, too, are mortal. Vacancies occasionally appear to be fi lled by comparatively youthful men and women whose nominations evoke heated debate....

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  • mikroC PRO for PIC and this manual are owned by mikroElektronika and are protected by copyright law and international copyright treaty. Therefore, you should treat this manual like any other copyrighted material (e.g., a book). The manual and the compiler may not be copied, partially or as a whole without the written consent from the mikroEelktronika. The PDF-edition of the manual can be printed for private or local use, but not for distribution. Modifying the manual or the compiler is strictly prohibited.

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  • Labour is the most important human activity creating society's material riches and spiritual values. Labour of a high level of productivity, quality and efficiency is the determining factor in national development. Labour law lays down the rights and obligations of workers and employers, labour standards, the principles of labour utilization and administration; contributes to the uplift of production, and therefore holds an important place in social life and in the legal system of the nation.

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  • This Law regulates activities being public offer of securities, conducting business and investing in securities, securities services and the securities market.

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  • There is an old schoolyard saying: “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never harm me.” If all the talk about human rights violations seems sometimes to have little measurable effect, is it in the area of punitive trade mea- sures that violating States are more likely to say “ouch!” and be dissuaded from continuing along the path of either active violations of human rights or passive toleration of them in their countries? A good case can be made for trade sanctions as an instrument for bringing about a greater observance of human rights. But, as in so...

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  • At the beginning of the millennium, the Þght against money laundering features very high on the international, and in many countries, also on the domestic, political agenda. The speed with which norm-makers have put in place a set of legal rules designed to Þght the laundering of the pro- ceeds, Þrst from drug trafÞcking, and, later on, of the proceeds from many other criminal activities as well, is impressive. There is of course more than one explanation for the high level of attention the subject of money laundering is receiving.

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  • The chapter headings of this handbook provide a good indication of the meaning of the term ‘international criminal law’. Nevertheless, it is not a simple matter to furnish a succinct definition. The French language distinguishes between droit international pénal and droit pénal international. The difference between the two terms seems to reside largely in the types of crimes they address.

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  • Public health officials have long been concerned about the effect of the environment on human health. In the nineteenth century, public health efforts in the United States were focused on controlling the spread of infectious disease, and advances in sanitation and the provision of clean water contributed to improvements in the health of the population.

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  • One motivation that was lacking in the United States was the need to help finance the national government. 7 In fact, the absence of a sizable outstanding national debt posed a problem in designing a system that would not compete with commercial bank lending activities. Sensitivity was high, as well, to the possibility that a nationwide postal bank might drain funds from local to big-city financial markets.

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  • The purpose of the Companion is to provide a reference work for the active researcher in law and economics. In so doing, care has been taken to avoid a possible overlap with other works in the field. In particular, the Companion does not intend to duplicate the ambitious New Palgrave, which aims to balance its pointedly formal focus by emphasizing institutional economics (Newman, 1998).

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  • Once the law goes into effect, individuals who do not have minimal essential coverage will be required to pay a tax penalty. e penalty will be waived if the cost of coverage exceeds 8 percent of family income, if an individual is uninsured for fewer than three months, if an individual’s income is below the federal tax-filing threshold, or if the individual meets other criteria for exemption described in the ACA. New employerresponsibility provisions will apply to firms with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees.

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  • Over the last 30–40 years, the former territories of the British Caribbean have been a laboratory in which the generally accepted ‘Westminster System’ is being adapted to suit the patterns of behaviour of the people of the area. Sir Fred Phillips has played an active part in some of these processes of adaptation and in other cases he has been an informed observer whose advice has been sought by the participants themselves.

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  • Crime and society’s responses to it, like virtually all social phenomena, are heavily influenced by issues of gender. Gender distinctions are made in deciding what activities are criminal. Gender significantly affects who commits crimes and what crimes they commit. Those involved in enforcing the criminal law—the police, other enforcement agencies, prosecutors, juries and judges—are influenced by gender in deciding who might have committed crimes, who ought to be prosecuted, whether they are, in fact, guilty and how they should be punished....

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  • The three years since the publication of the third edition of this book has seen a significant amount of government activity in the areas of criminal justice, but very little by way of legislative reform of the substantive criminal law. In this period, the Crime Sentences Act 1997, the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 have all made appearances to varying degrees of critical acclaim.

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  • Those who have followed the attempts in Rio de Janeiro, The Hague, Nairobi, Stockholm, Montreal, Kyoto, Buenos Aires, and Johannesburg to construct an international law of the environment have witnessed an intense, active, colorful, fascinating, and often confusing drama. They may have wondered whether the sometimes circuslike sessions involving heads of state and indigenous people and observers actually can produce what they understand to be effective law.

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