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Understanding Mixed Research Methods

Understanding Mixed Research Methods

| August 26, 2017

Understanding Mixed Research Methods WritePass Dissertation Topics What Are Mixed Research Methods? Simply put, mixed research is the combination of  qualitative and quantitative research methodology, and is used in studies where there is a need for a better understanding of the problem.  The main benefits of mixed methods research are as follows: Better understanding of […]

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Employment Law

| February 9, 2017

Introduction This report will outline key arguments surrounding contemporary debates on UK employment law, which will provide a critical analysis from those that argue there is too much legislation and those that suggest there is not enough. It is beyond the scope of this report to generalise on employment law as a whole; it will […]

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Using the Law to Protect the Environment

| January 16, 2017

Introduction When defining the environment, Dimento (2003) states that it comprises of both natural and anthropogenic elements that are not only mutually interrelated, but has an impact on the ecological balance, life, human health, historical and cultural heritage and the landscape.

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There are far too many (women) who are discriminated against and far too many employers who are using every single legal argument and loophole to dodge their obligations under equal pay law

| January 13, 2017

Introduction The Equality Act 2010 (EqA)[1] came into force on the 1st October 2010, replacing the earlier Equal Pay Act 1970[2], with the aim of offering greater certainty.

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Equity and trust law assignment,

| September 12, 2016

Question 1 Daniel Smithson and the beneficiaries to the trust may be able to sue Agnes and Brian for breaching their fiduciary duties and thus causing a loss to the beneficiaries; Nocton v Lord Ashburn[1] and Target Holdings v Redferns.[2] This is because under s1 of the Trustee Act (TA) 2000 a duty of care […]

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The Intel infringement case (Comp/c-3/37990) of May 2009

| December 12, 2012

Introduction Within the context of this given case, we aim to examine the background of the Intel infringement case reference Comp/c-3/37990 Intel of 13 May 2009, Intel are held responsible for infringing Article 83 of the EC Treaty where it has been found guilty of abusing it’s dominant market position on the x86 central processing […]

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What are the Principles of criminal liability?

| December 11, 2012

SECTION A 1.The facts of the case are that the defendant (Morris) went into a self-service store in which he picked some articles (items) from the shelves. He then swapped the price tags of those items with lower ones. The defendant then carried the items to the till where he presented the articles and paid […]

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The Political and Moral Framework

| December 1, 2012

Introduction The existing relationship between morality and law is both interlinked and complex. Morality may be interpreted as a collection of beliefs values and principles which can vary between individuals. The law however is usually interpreted as those principles and rules which direct and enforce certain types of behaviour in society can be punished. However […]

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“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.”

“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.”

| November 13, 2012

  This essay expounds the doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’ and analyses the rationale behind the fears that it has become irrevocably undermined, due to the plethora of exceptions that have heretofore arisen. In order to provide a thorough analysis of the situation, the doctrine and the exceptions, both statutory and judicial shall be analysed […]

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“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.” Discuss this statement, stating whether you agree or disagree, in whole or in part, and why.

“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.” Discuss this statement, stating whether you agree or disagree, in whole or in part, and why.

| October 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

  The purpose of this essay will be to argue that the doctrine of separate legal personality has only been partly but not wholly undermined by the exceptions to it.

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intellectual property rights uk

intellectual property rights uk

| October 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Intellectual Property Dissertation Guide on Trade Marks and Domain Names Under the Dilution Perspective The following guide could be used by a PhD or Master Level Law student looking to write a dissertation or thesis on intellectual property, particularly trade marks and domain names under the dilution perspective. The guide has been written by a […]

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Comparative Analysis

Comparative Analysis

| October 20, 2012 | 1 Comment

Dissertation Guide on Comparative Analysis of Anti-Money Laundering in the UK and Cyprus The following article represents a dissertation guide that undergraduate and master level law students could use for international law. This guide could assist you in writing a dissertation on a comparative analysis of anti-money laundering laws in the UK and Cyprus… to […]

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Law Dissertation Guide on Provocation as a Defence to Murder.

Law Dissertation Guide on Provocation as a Defence to Murder.

| October 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

The following article is a dissertation guide produced for a WritePass client. The Working Title is: “The problems with provocation as a defence to murder: Has the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 provided the solution for those who suffer from domestic violence and battered women’s syndrome?

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“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.” Discuss this statement, stating whether you agree or disagree, in whole or in part, and why.

“The doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’, as embodied in Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22, has been fatally undermined by the number of subsequent exceptions to it.” Discuss this statement, stating whether you agree or disagree, in whole or in part, and why.

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Abstract Comments on the doctrine of separate legal personality, a major principle in English company law, and the fear that the growing number of exceptions to the doctrine is fatally undermining it.  Explores the doctrine and its main exceptions to assess the extent to which the exceptions undermine the doctrine of separate legal personality. […]

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Salomon v A. Salomon Ltd

Salomon v A. Salomon Ltd

| June 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

  This essay argues that the doctrine of ‘separate legal personality’ confirmed in the case of Salomon v A. Salomon Ltd though greatly diminished in importance by numerous judicial and statutory exceptions, remains bedrock English company law. The essay explains the meaning and origin of the doctrine before discussing the various judicial and legislative exceptions […]

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International Tax Law – Exam Notes

International Tax Law – Exam Notes

| May 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

International treaties govern the tax regulations with regards to cross border transactions. The international obligation trumps the national regulations of the country concerned. Therefore there is much debate on whether international tax law is simply the body of treaties governing cross border transactions or if there is more to it than that.

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How to write a Law Dissertation

How to write a Law Dissertation

| March 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

This article is aimed at those who are beginning the arduous task of writing a legal dissertation. Legal dissertations can be very complex and incorporate all of the sources of law: judicial precedence, academic writing in the form of journals and books, legislation and now of course European Law and, where relevant, International Law.

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Law Dissertation Topics

Law Dissertation Topics

| March 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

  1.0 Introduction The following guide outlines a variety of law dissertation titles across several disciplines such as company law, criminal law and human rights law. You could use any of these topics if you’re thinking of doing a LLM or LLB dissertation. If you need more help on choosing an ideal topic, do not […]

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How to Structure a Law Dissertation

How to Structure a Law Dissertation

| March 10, 2012 | 2 Comments

The following guide outlines how to structure a LLB or LLM dissertation. Title Page – showing the title of the dissertation and the author. Abstract – summarising what the reader can expect to find in the dissertation. Be concise and don’t reference or use quotes in this part. This is like an advert for your […]

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Free Company Law Essay

Free Company Law Essay

| October 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

1.  “The courts have interpreted ‘variation’ for the purposes of s.630 Companies Act 2006 in a rather strict and literal way but this has never caused any great concern.” – To what extent, if any, is this statement true? 

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