Tag: International Law

Articles

Torture as a Jus Cogens Norm
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: If ever a phenomenon was outlawed unreservedly and unequivocally it is torture”; a statement that should have no trouble gaining wide support on an international plain....

Law for the Travel and Tourism Industry
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Today, hospitality managers are required not only to understand the day to day operation of their operation but the legal aspect of hospitality management. Barth (2008) states that It can be said that the actions of the hospitality manager will determine whether the business become the subject of litigation....

Comment on Patenting Sporting Apparatus
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The longest standing, best known, and arguably, economically most valuable form of protection of rights provided by the law of intellectual property comes in the form of the patent....

The Protection of Life and Property
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: The protection of life and property is axiomatic in every civilized society and because it is impossible for the State to do so on every occasion – as law enforcement officers cannot be omni-present –, the individual is given the right...

Nature of Human Rights in Sri Lanka
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Fundamental Rights in Sri Lanka - a documentary is written by Justice S. Sharvananda a former Chief of justice......

When to Break Confidentiality
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Although not yet complete, there a many international organizations working hard at developing a document titled Universal Declaration of Ethical ......

Purposes of the World Trade Organisation
2nd Jul 2019
Introduction: One Of The Main Purposes Of The World Trade Organisation (WTO) Rules Is To Promote Trade Liberalisation, That Is, The Elimination Or Reduction Of Barriers To Trade’....

Public Law
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Drawing upon the constitutional and democratic models you have studied, explain the range and effectiveness of attempts to constrain arbitrary power....

The Right to Die
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Matthew Donnelly loved life but he wanted to die. Skin cancer was torturing his body. He had lost his nose, left hand, two fingers ......

International Sports Law
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: Within sports competition, negligence is the most common cause of people who suffer physical or psychological harm or injury. According to Collins (1984, p 39),...

Drugs in Sport
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: As of the 1st of January 2009 the World anti-doping agency (WADA) implemented an updated version of its 2004 ‘whereabouts’ rule, meaning that top elite athletes in all areas of sport must provide WADA with knowledge of their whereabouts...

The Advent of New Technologies
30th Jun 2019
Introduction: The advent of new technologies such as the internet and other networks have changed the business world and provided the trading processes in e-business more efficiency....

Puerto Rico Court System
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: There is much internal and external debate as to whether Puerto Rico should or should not become a state. The residents of Puerto Rico ......

Non Signatories in Arbitration
28th Jun 2019
Introduction: The doctrine of privity of contract posits that only parties to a contract may claim under or be claimed against the contract. Applying ......