Carl F Stychin
PLURALISM, EQUALITY AND THE CHALLENGE OF FAITH-BASED SERVICES
Keywords:faith communities; Big Society; public services; equality; charities; Charitable Choice.
Ira Steven Nathenson
Keywords:Copyright; intellectual property; infringement; public performance; transmission; technology; cloud computing; television; broadcast; streaming; internet; certiorari; United States Supreme Court.
FROM FLEXIBLE TO SEMI-FIXED: THE FIXED-TERM PARLIAMENTS ACT
Keywords:Constitutional conventions; dissolution of Parliament; elections; fi xed-term elections; Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011; Parliament Act 1911; royal prerogative; UK Parliament; votes of confi dence.
APPLYING THE EX TURPI CAUSA PRINCIPLE IN TORT ACTIONS
Keywords:criminal responsibility, duty of care, illegality defence, justifi cations, negligence, tort liability, volenti non fi t injuria.
Mohamed Elewa Badar and Alan Reed
THE FAULT ELEMENT AND WITHDRAWAL PRINCIPLES IN JOINT CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE: THE NEED FOR A RESTATEMENT
Keywords:joint venture; collateral crimes; foresight; contemplation; fundamentally different rule; public policy considerations; withdrawal; reform
Yong Shik Lee
WTO DISCIPLINES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A REFORM PROPOSAL
Keywords:international trade; international economic law; World Trade Organization; economic development; developing countries; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
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