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purposes, as any person who actually has, or who "is regarded" as having, a "physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more of such persons major life activities"). Up to this point in time, however, few "per- ceived disability" cases have been litigated and, consequently, decisional

In: International Labour Law Reports Online

Islands and other parties. Therefore, there will be no need of repeating what has already been said and written. I would rather prefer giving not a technical view - since I am not a legal tech- nician - but some political reflections on our position in the turbulent life of international politics, some of

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

Colas Est – companies do not have a private life nor a right to privacy under the Convention. So the extension of the scope of Article 8 to protect a company’s home cannot be motivated by the need to protect the interests of the company. 50 This is made clear in the way the Court assesses the

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

that it gives the permanent resident who is a party to the said marriage the right to enjoy normal family life; and, thirdly, this includes, inter alia, receiving a permit for visiting and living permanently for a wife who is today a resident of another country. Professor Brownlie does not deny that

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

motivation in the definition of a mercenary both in International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law regional and international instruments. The individual must essentially be motivated by private gain to take part in the hostilities ( armed conflict ), or in other situations ( overthrowing

In: International Community Law Review

rights has slowly risen in prominence in the life of the United Nations and the international community. From a low point of relative neglect at the time of the founding of the UN and the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, subsequent decades have witnessed the emergence of a plethora

In: International Community Law Review

evidence of what could be taken as a foundational commitment to solidarity with its promises to save all humankind from the untold sorrow brought by the scourge of war and to promote social progress and better standards of life for all. It does so in the context of a commitment to the equal worth and

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations

Jerusalem. Thus, the urban epicentre of Palestinian political life is caught inside a legal bubble that curtails its inhabitants’ capacity to oppose the apartheid regime lawfully. Domain 3 is the system of military law imposed on approximately 4.6 million Palestinians who live in the occupied Palestinian

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Arni Olafsson

. This event triggered a completely new development in the Faeroe Islands, and in Danish-Faeroese relations. The Faeroese Home Government regarded the imminent bankruptcy of the bank as a catastrophe, not only for the thousands of families who had put their life's savings into the bank, but also for the

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

, punitive damages could be assessed in this case because the jury had a basis for inferring that the termination was motivated by malice. JUDGMENT Sheehy, Justice Circle K Corporation appeals from a jury verdict from the Second Judicial District, Silver Bow County. The jury awarded Greg Stark (Stark

In: International Labour Law Reports Online