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When ‘neutral’ evidence still has probative value: implications from the Barry George Case
The likelihood ratio (LR) is a probabilistic method that has been championed as a ‘simple rule’ for evaluating the probative value of forensic evidence in court. Intuitively, if the LR is greater than one then the evidence ...
The Digital Economy Act (DEA) 2010; subscriber monitoring and the right to privacy under Article 8 of the ECHR
Through case-law research, this paper critically assesses the compatibility of the Digital Economy Act (DEA) obligation to notify subscribers of Copyright Infringement Reports (CIRs) (Section 3 of the DEA) with Article 8 ...
Incompatibility of the Digital Economy Act 2010 subscriber appeal process provisions with Article 6 of the ECHR
Through case-law research, this paper critically assesses the compatibility of the Digital Economy Act 2010 (DEA) subscriber appeal process provisions (Section 13 of the DEA) with Article 6 of the European Convention on ...
The Role of the Law in the Determination of Executive Remuneration
(FLE Learning Ltd, 2014)
Executive remuneration has been a contentious issue in the UK since the early 1990s. The lack of link between executive pay and company performance has been the shareholder’s concern. The law makes no provisions on how ...
By Your Leave
A case update of the maternity rights of commissioning mothers involved in a surrogacy arrangement
Surrogacy Mothers Entitled To Leave
Report of the preliminary ruling of Advocate General Kokott in the Court of Justice of the European Union on CD v ST relating to the rights of commissioning mothers in a surrogacy arrangement to take maternity leave and ...
Awakening the unconscious : mind the attainment gap
This discussion paper summarises recent UK research into the attainment gap between UK domiciled white students and those from other ethnicities who are also domiciled in the UK. The paper discusses how universities might ...
Smith and Keenan's Company Law
(Pearson Education, 2013-07-01)
Smith and Keenan’s Company Law provides a readable yet detailed account of the law of corporations and a reputation you can trust. The sixteenth edition continues to explore the impact of the Companies Act 2006 and emerging ...
Smith and Keenan's English Law
(Pearson Education, 2013-06-01)
Well-known for its uniquely comprehensive coverage of the legal system and the main, substantive areas of English law, Smith and Keenan’s English Law is the definitive introduction to the law of the land and an all-purpose ...
Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance : A Guide to Best Practice from Leading Experts
(Globe Law and Business, 2013-05)
While identifying risks and regulatory challenges, chapters also explore how professionals can manage processes; implement change; track issues and loss events; screen potential clients, partners, employees and contractors; ...