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FIA FTX Study Text: Foundations in Taxation Dec 2018
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True Tales of Trying Times: Legal Fables for Today
True Tales of Trying Times: Legal Fables for Today
By: Bob Rains
TT$132.00 (US$21.64)
Professor Rains provides a humorous collection of modern-day fables based on actual law cases. These tales are for everyone, not just lawyers, but people too. The fables and their accompanying morals offer us ironic views of the illusive quest for justice in the American legal system. As noted by Justice Eakin in his Foreword, these stories all have value, if only as examples of what not to do. The Professor's reporting makes them come alive, giving us a collection reflecting the wide range of predicaments created by the human species and other non-rational creatures. We throw our self-made problems into the judicial cauldron, w...
Date Added: Thursday 02 August, 2018
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A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law
A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law
By: Michael Butler
TT$560.00 (US$91.80)
A Practitioner's Guide to Mental Health Law is a comprehensive and practical guide written by a leading practitioner in the field. This step by step guide to practice and procedure identifies common areas of difficulty and provides suggested solutions. Those areas of most concern to mental health lawyers are covered in depth to provide a clear and easy-to-read source of key information. The book examines all aspects of this complex, but fascinating area of law and particular attention is paid to areas of rapid expansion such as that of mental capacity. Structured in an accessible way, this book will guide you through the key iss...
Date Added: Thursday 02 August, 2018
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Judicial Precedent and Arbitration: Are Arbitrators Bound by Jud
Judicial Precedent and Arbitration: Are Arbitrators Bound by Jud
By: Guilherme Rizzo Amaral
TT$663.00 (US$108.69)
One of the cornerstones of arbitration is the finality of arbitral awards. Saving rare exceptions, arbitral awards cannot be subject to challenges based on the arbitrator's errors of law. Furthermore, there is no hierarchy between arbitral tribunals and judicial courts, nor are arbitrators part of any judicial system. Thus, if arbitrators are not part of any hierarchical scheme and if there is no challenge or appeal available against their errors of law, how could one say that arbitrators have a duty to follow judicial precedents? Besides, when individuals agree to solve their disputes outside the judicial arena, should they exp...
Date Added: Thursday 02 August, 2018
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Corruption in International Arbitration
Corruption in International Arbitration
By: Dr Inan Uluc
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Corruption represents a great menace to national and international development. It jeopardizes democracy, human rights, and social justice. Consequently, corruption is vehemently abhorred and denunciated by members of the international arbitration arena. Unfortunately, while these players purport repugnance towards corruption and do not condone corrupt acts, a misplaced distrust of the arbitral process, as a proper dispute resolution system, has arisen. Indisputably, corruption's involvement in arbitration is far from novel. Nonetheless, there remains a lack of uniformity among arbitral tribunals on how to tackle corruption. ...
Date Added: Thursday 02 August, 2018
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The Snail and the Ginger Beer: The Singular Case of Donoghue vs
The Snail and the Ginger Beer: The Singular Case of Donoghue vs
By: Matthew Chapman
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On an August evening in 1928 May Donoghue entered a cafe in Paisley. The circumstances of her visit made legal history. A ginger beer was ordered for Mrs Donoghue who famously complained that, to her surprise and shock, a decomposed snail had tumbled from the bottle into her glass. Mrs Donoghue sued for the nervous shock she claimed to have suffered as a result. The question whether she had a case in law against the manufacturer of the ginger beer was argued as far as the House of Lords. It is hard to overstate the importance of the decision in Donoghue v Stevenson. It represents, perhaps, the greatest contribution made by Engl...
Date Added: Thursday 02 August, 2018
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Court & Bowled: Tales of Cricket and the Law
Court & Bowled: Tales of Cricket and the Law
By: James Wilson
TT$153.00 (US$25.08)
A surprising gem' Wisden Cricketers' Almanack'In summertime village cricket is the delight of everyone' the English judge Lord Denning famously wrote, in a case brought by someone who clearly disagreed with him. The case was just one example of how the game of cricket cannot always avoid the law. Neighbours or passers-by get hit by stray cricket balls, protesters interrupt matches, players get into fights, take drugs, and sue each other for libel. Court and Bowled examines a number of stories where cricket or cricketers gave rise to a legal dispute. Some involved the giants of the game such as Grace, Botham and Imran...
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