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ALEXANDER, R. C. H.
Insider dealing and money laundering in the EU:law and regulation/ R.C.H. Alexander - Aldershot, England : Ashagate, 2007
This work presents a comparative study of the provisions relating to insider dealing under the EC Insider Dealing Directive. The volume begins with a discussion of the rationale for regulating financial services in general and controlling insider dealing and money-laundering in particular. It then goes on to examine the definition of an insider and of inside information and the various criminal offenses relating to insider dealing. The role of money-laundering is also recognized and the anti-money laundering regime as well as the considerable impact on the financial sector are discussed in detail.
ATTORNEY’S reference on human anatomy/June L. Melloni...[et al.] / Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008
A medical reference book designed to facilitate the location of anatomic information. It provides attorneys and research assistants with quick access to information previously found only by searching multiple sources. The book provides clear and concise descriptions of technical anatomic information. Attorneys and assistants use the book to clarify and comprehend the intricate anatomy of the human body. Attorneys can also use the book to display any of the 1,000 accurately rendered illustrations in a courtroom to enhance their communication of complex medical information.
Corporate insolvency:law and practice/Edward Bailey, Hugo Groves
- London : Butterworths, 2007
Provides a comprehensive yet user-friendly commentary on the substantive law of corporate insolvency and practical guidance on the various procedures arising in this important field. Accessible to both legal and accountancy practitioners, the third edition of this established work has been extensively rewritten to take account of the substantial recent changes of the law in this area. Written by recognised experts in the field, it remains a user-friendly text covering all aspects on corporate insolvency in one volume.
Instruction to deliver:fighting to transform Britain's public services/Michael Barber – London : Methuen, 2008
In Tony Blair's first term (1997-2001) much was promised in reform of public services, but relatively little achieved - except perhaps in education, where Michael Barber was head of the Standards and Effectiveness Unit. For his second term (2001-5) Blair intensified his drive for real change in the public services and appointed Barber to head his Delivery Unit, to drive progress on specific targets such as reducing waiting times in health, cutting crime and improving school test and exam results. Instruction to Deliver, Michael Barber's enthralling inside account of the time, shows just how much was achieved in this relatively short period. It provides revealing pictures of major players in New Labour, especially Tony Blair, and offers a unique insight into the messy reality of getting things done in government.
English legal system:the fundamentals/by Jo Boylan-Kemp – London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2008
This guide focuses on what is the law, sources of law, how the law is used, the civil and criminal court systems, ADR, legal personnel, the judiciary, juries, funding, sentencing, and appeals. It explains the intricacies of this area of the law in a simple and straightforward language, but without losing any of the detail or necessary evaluation required for students to progress well in their degree level courses . It also Uses charts and grids to enable students to grasp complex legal principles with ease. Provides diagrams in order to enhance retention of information.
Contract law/Mindy Chen-Wishart – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008
This textbook provides a unique approach to contract law, employing the use of numerous diagrams and boxes to help explain the subject and bring it to life. Written by a leading contract lawyer with extensive teaching experience, the book uses an informal, lively, and analytical style to explain the intricacies of contract law and the questions that arise during the life of a contract. The book is also accompanied by a wide-ranging web site to support the use of the book in teaching.
Child abuse:child protection & the law/by Alison Cleland – Edinburgh : Thomson, 2008
This book analyse the law relating to child abuse in terms of prevention, protection and proactivity. Providing the broadest possible coverage of this subject, the author offers detailed guidance on both the civil and criminal law mechanisms relating to the protection of children and the prosecution of sexual offences. The author also discusses the policy behind the law, as well as looking at preventative measures and the interface of the child protection and criminal justice mechanisms. This book will be essential reading for criminal and family lawyers, social workers, medical practitioners, police and youth workers.
CONSTITUTIONAL rights and new technologies:a comparative study/ edited by Ronald E. Leenes, Bert-Jaap Koops and Paul De Hert ; contributions by Susan W. Brenner ... [et al.] - The Hague : T.M.C. Asser Press, 2008
An examination of how constitutional rights and human-rights policy have been affected by new technological developments. Specifically, the contributors discuss changes to the constitutional system, case law and (policy) developments regarding freedom of expression, privacy, inviolability of the body, inviolability of the home and secrecy of communication.
CONSTITUTIONALISM and the role of parliaments/edited by Katja S Ziegler,Denis Baranger and Anthony W Bradley – Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2007
The book looks at themes around the doctrine of separation of powers, especially aspects of the relationship between parliament and the executive power and parliaments' role and attitude regarding the judiciary with a special focus on the independence of the judiciary in a comparative perspective.
Consumer protection and product liability law:commentary and materials - New York : Law Book Co., 2008
The book explains the consumer protection and product liability provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and the equivalent provisions in the State and Territory Fair Trading Acts. It also discusses consumer protection provisions under the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 and the Corporation Act 2001 with an emphasis on consumer protection at the Federal level.