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Author: John A. Lovett

jurisdiction in which they live—Louisiana—governs their life plans and projects. By examining moments when Esther and Louis are confronted with a particularly significant legal choice and are therefore most likely to seek the advice of lawyers, this Article seeks to shed some new light on an old

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

dealt with in a separate heading. This is motivated, first, by their specific nature in terms of the right holders; and second, by their specific importance in the evolution of both Arab and world constitutionalism. 3.1 The Case of Tunisia From a comparison between the 2008 and 2014 Tunisian

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law

, but could not prove that the compulsion was immediate or life-threatening. In holding that lower standards could not be accepted for this defense, the court remarked that we now live in a society based on freedom, dignity, ubuntu , and respect for life. Implicit in the idea of ubuntu was the

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance
Author: Laura Carlson

encouragement of family life, universal savings banks, old-age pensions, as well as prohibitions against child labor, excessive labor and night work. The International Workingmen’s Association, later the First International Labour Federation, was founded in London in 1864, with Karl Marx a member of its General

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law

Purchase because the inhabitants of the territory were not willing to give up their laws and way of life for a purely English-American set of laws. 38 Many of the laws, including many of the customary laws, were then codified in the Code of 1825 or were subsequently codified in later code revisions and

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

Germany, employable persons lacking sufficient income, their partners and children under the age of 15 living in a joint household are eligible to receive unemployment benefits ii ( ubii ), Sections 7–9 of the Second Book of the German Social Code 2005 ( sgb ii ). The regular maximum duration of the

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

generations. A number of medicinal plants have suffered from overexploitation. Imagine a wonder plant like Prunus Africana teeming with extraordinary chemical properties. Like most living organisms in a diverse but fragile biosphere, it is native to Cameroon one of the many poor countries in Africa. The

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law

patients? If so, how can these be facilitated without having to wait for a body of case law, legislative provisions and professional guidelines to build up over the years? For living patients, disclosure of confidential medical information is now accepted and allowed under English law in various

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

, there is no reason to believe that those who run the government would be motivated to actually maximize the public interest. To claim that public officials are duty-bound to maximize social welfare and so they necessarily will do so requires a huge leap of faith in human behaviour. In effect there is

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law

“produce trust in economic life.” 15 For Granovetter therefore, we should take into account the history of relationships and network structures as in his opinion any analysis of relationships must try and incorporate these two phenomena for a clearer understanding of social and commercial excahnge

In: Global Journal of Comparative Law