Stefan HC Lo
CONTEXT AND PURPOSE IN CORPORATE ATTRIBUTION: CAN THE “DIRECTING MIND” BE LAID TO REST?
Keywords:companies; attribution; directing mind and will; identifi cation theory; alter ego; illegality
Stephen Cragg QC
ABORTION, NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE NHS IN ENGLAND: CAN RESPECT FOR DEVOLVED GOVERNMENTS BE A JUSTIFICATION FOR DISCRIMINATION?
Keywords:abortion; Northern Ireland; devolution; right to respect for private life; discrimination; intersectionality; UN Conventions
EXAMINING WORKER STATUS IN THE GIG ECONOMY
Keywords:Uber; Employment Law; gig economy; self-employment; worker
Austin I Pullé
DEMAND SIDE OF CORRUPTION AND FOREIGN INVESTMENT LAW
Keywords:foreign corrupt practices; foreign bribery; bribery and foreign investment; investment protection treaties and bribery; demand side corruption
David L Callies and Derek B Simon
FAIR HOUSING, DISCRIMINATION AND INCLUSIONARY ZONING IN THE UNITED STATES
Keywords:disparate impact; discrimination; Fair Housing Act; housing; impact fees; inclusionary zoning; inclusive communities; set-asides; workforce housing
THE BUSINESS OF INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Keywords:international commercial arbitration; business; maintaining competitiveness; multi-layered approach
“DO NOT BETRAY GOD OR YOUR PEOPLE”: NEGOTIATING WOMEN’S RIGHTS UNDER MUSLIM FAMILY LAWS IN ISRAEL AND INDIA
Keywords:Israel; India; shariʿa; Muslim family law; reform; women’s rights; marriage; divorce; maintenance; alimony
AIR CARRIER LIABILITY AND AIR PASSENGER RIGHTS: A GAME OF TUG OF WAR?
Keywords:consumer protection; air carrier liability; air passengers; core principles
LIABILITY FOR THE MALICIOUS INSTITUTION OF CIVIL PROCEEDINGS
Nicola Wake and Alan Reed
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORMS
FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN HOMICIDE
Keywords:Criminal Justice Act 2003; homicide; mandatory life sentence; restructuring of offences; serious offences
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