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. In this context, public interest litigation has been seen as one way to promote compliance with environmental standards and environmental protection. This article documents the implementation of a new legal framework opening up environmental public interest litigation ( piel ) to Non

In: Chinese Journal of Environmental Law
Author: Lü, Zhongmei

This paper introduces the history and background of environmental public interest litigation and illustrates the status quo, problems, and challenges it faces in China. This paper conducts a case study and envisions the prospect for environmental public interest litigation. The practice of

In: Chinese Research Perspectives Online

the other. A further, different statutory definition of an administrative matter exists in Serbian law – in the Law on Administrative Disputes (further: lad ). The lad defines an administrative matter as an individual non-contentious matter of public interest in which there is a need for

In: Review of Central and East European Law

1. Non-Public Funding Foundations Are an Important Supplier in the Public-Interest Market Since the Regulations on Foundation Management (hereafter, “the Regulations ”) were released in 2004, non-public funding foundations (NPFFs) have proliferated quickly. In the four years from 2006

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Authors: Chen Xiufeng and Li Li

Th e China Nonprofi t Review 2 (2010) 53-70 CNPR brill.nl/cnpr © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/187650910X12605098379012 Available online at brill.nl/cnpr Practical Options for Reforming the Government-Organized Public-Interest Foundation System: Perspectives from Institutional

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Author: Huang, Jinrong

2008 was an eventful year in China. Many activities influenced the practice of public interest law. This paper will summarize the changes in public interest law in 2008. Specifically, we will examine the period from November 1, 2007 to November 15, 2008.

In: Chinese Research Perspectives Online

-juridification in the existence of a public interest, transcending the private or individual perspective. In other words, juridification and de-juridification (promoting or endorsing social changes) often reflect a shifting balance between public and private, intensifying regulation when public interests are at

In: European Journal of Health Law
Author: Attila Tanzi

power of host States to pursue the public interest and welfare, on the other. 11 Since different sectors of international law are applicable to the kind of disputes under consideration protecting interests that may appear in contrast with each other, the present article will focus on those elements of

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Author: Jin Jinping

of the “Public-Interest Property Rights” Concept Jin Jinping JIN Jinping ( 金锦萍 ), Ph.D. of Law; Instructor, Peking University Law School; Deputy Director, Nonprofi t Organization Law Research Center E-mail: jinjinping@yahoo.com.cn Abstract Th e concept of “public-interest property rights” ( 公益产权 ) has

In: The China Nonprofit Review
Author: Paul Quinn

95/46/ ec , i.e., explicit consent and the possibility of ‘processing in the public interest’. Despite the availability of this latter option, various bodies (such as ethics committees) in many Member States have been reticent to allow research using personal data without consent, even where the

In: European Journal of Health Law