Business, Finance & Law Books
Herbstein & Van Winsen is a work of key importance to practitioners in the high courts of South Africa, as well as to scholars interested in civil procedure. This edition has been revised to incorporate twelve years of new legislation and case law.
Presents important analyses of international trade, technology transfer and the global economics of intellectual property rights. This book includes chapters, ranging from theoretical modeling to empirical and statistical analysis, and policy contributions. It addresses questions in the determinants of trade, foreign direct investment, and more.
This 2004 book examines the influence of EC rules on European nations' policies towards part-time working.
A critical assessment of trade retaliation in the WTO by academics, diplomats and practitioners involved in such actions.
This work introduces the reader to the intricacies of the American legal system using the "Christian Burial Case" to illustrate all the stages of the legal process, from the point of arrest, to the trial, the appellate process and, ultimately, the Supreme Court.
A 2007 assessment of the relationship between economic globalisation and human rights.
This book explores the ways that intellectual property impacts our economy and society.
Neil Craik examines the structure and role of international environmental impact assessments.
This book is about the origins, the functioning, and the impact of the Russian Constitutional Court.
A guide to how the World Trade Organization interprets the rules and solutions to disputes between its Members.
The third annual report of the American Law Institute project on World Trade Organization Case Law (2003).
Essential guide to the legal issues affecting the elderly. Covers employment and income; accomodation and housing; community and residential care; health provision and delivery and family relationships.