Age Discrimination in Employment: Unanswered Questions?Age Discrimination in Employment: Unanswered Questions?
European Community law may be allowed as an exception to the prohibition on age discrimination in employment provided it is both objectively justified and achieved by proportionate means in accordance with an identified legitimate interest on the part of the
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Level 1’s Economics in Business Lecture 15 ‘Economic Liberalism and the Great Depression’ and Lecture 16 ‘Keynes’ Challenge record
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Hal S. Scott is the Nomura Professor and Director of the Program on International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School, where he has taught since 1975Hal S. Scott is the Nomura Professor and Director of the Program on International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School, where he has taught since 1975
Financial Systems at Harvard Law School, where he has taught since 1975. He teaches courses on Banking Regulation, Securities Regulation, International Finance and the Payment System
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The European Union Belongs to its Citizens: Three Immodest Proposals’ (1997) 22 el rev 150–56The European Union Belongs to its Citizens: Three Immodest Proposals’ (1997) 22 el rev 150–56
Jhh weiler, Manley Hudson Professor of Law and Jean Monnet Chair, Harvard University; Co-Director, Academy of European Law, European University Institute, Florence
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Administrative law and the law of public corporations, Open University of Sri Lanka: Colombo, 1985, 220p
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P. O. Box 5675, Berkeley, ca 94705 usaP. O. Box 5675, Berkeley, ca 94705 usa
My Italian grandfather entered the U. S. illegally in 1900. Even though he went to college, worked as a pharmacist for 55 years, paid his taxes and earned social security, he told me he was never legalized.”1
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Facilitating Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Search for Balance between Principle of Mutual Recognition and Protection of Defendants’ Fundamental Rights Trials in AbsentiaFacilitating Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Search for Balance between Principle of Mutual Recognition and Protection of Defendants’ Fundamental Rights Trials in Absentia
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Publisher The British Institute of International and Comparative Law EditorPublisher The British Institute of International and Comparative Law Editor
Belgium since the events in Rwanda in 1994. The trial is thought to be the first where war crimes committed by foreigners in a foreign country have been judged
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Cleaning operationsCleaning operations
Rights and Evictions (cohre) read the chapter on residential segregation of Roma in Greece and provided comments on it in light of international housing rights provisions
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Comparative Law Outline Common Law & Civil Law – Comparison of Methods and Sources Uses of Comparative MethodComparative Law Outline Common Law & Civil Law – Comparison of Methods and Sources Uses of Comparative Method
Even where foreign law is not controlling, it may be used as factual evidence (as in the case of defining a government official under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) to determine liability under U. S. law
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The future of moral rightsThe future of moral rights
This philosophical conception and its juridical consequences are considered as economically inefficient, politically protectionist and philosophically mistaken by the supporters of the copyright system
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Never Again: Understanding the Past to Prevent Future HolocaustsNever Again: Understanding the Past to Prevent Future Holocausts
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” If Hegel is right, we will have learned nothing from the Holocaust. But I am more optimistic and believe with Santayana that we can learn from history
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Philosophy, Political Morality and History: Explaining the Enduring Resonance of the Hart-Fuller DebatePhilosophy, Political Morality and History: Explaining the Enduring Resonance of the Hart-Fuller Debate
Nicola Lacey, Professor of Criminal Law and Legal Theory, London School of Economics
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Comparative Analysis of Prosecution Systems (Part I): Origins, Constitutional position and Organization of Prosecution ServicesComparative Analysis of Prosecution Systems (Part I): Origins, Constitutional position and Organization of Prosecution Services
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Secretary of Defense. In addition, it purports to apply to every future military commission created under the Order regardless of its location or time of creation or other relevant circumstances. [FN6]
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