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Kirjassa käsitellään oikeutta julkiseen tietoon ennen kaikkea digitalisaation ja tietoyhteiskunnan näkökulmasta. Julkista tietoa tuottavat viranomaiset ja jossain määrin myös yksityiset.
Työsopimuslaki on työelämän peruslaki, jonka sisältö on jokaisen työnantajan edustajan hyvä tuntea. Vaikka laki on pääosin pakottavaa oikeutta, voidaan työsopimuksella sopia toisin tietyistä laissa nimenomaisesti mainituista asioista.
Tässä teoksessa kuvataan käytännönläheisesti uuden EU:n tietosuoja-asetuksen asettamat keskeisimmät velvoitteet yrityksille sekä miten niihin voidaan ennakolta valmistautua. Kirja on tarkoitettu erityisesti pienille ja keskisuurille yrityksille.
Osakeyhtiö on yleisin yritystoiminnan harjoittamisen muoto. Osakeyhtiön ja sen omistajien erillinen verovelvollisuus tuo verosuunnitteluun sekä haasteita että mahdollisuuksia.
overty, inequality, and dispossession accompany with economic globalization.
This third edition of the Principles of Banking Law provides a unique and authoritative treatment of both domestic and international banking law.
Italian Constitutional Justice in Global Context is the first book ever published in English to provide an international examination of the Italian Constitutional Court (ItCC), offering a comprehensive analysis of its principal lines of jurisprudence, historical origins, organization, procedures,
Now in its third edition, this volume provides complete and specialized coverage of EU competition law applicable to vertical agreements, and detailed and practice-oriented analysis of the EU regulatory framework as applied the Commission and the EU courts.
Although appearing to be a relatively benign method of warfare when viewed from a distance, a close examination of maritime blockade unveils a sinister character that can, in cases where countries are highly reliant on imports of foodstuffs to feed their populations, prove incredibly deadly, part
Company Law in Practice provides a detailed overview of the salient topics in company law which the junior practitioner is most likely to encounter in the first years of practice.
Written by leading experts in the field, this compelling textbook explores the essentials of international human rights law, from foundational issues to substantive rights and systems of protection.
Employment Law in Practice provides full coverage of the substantive areas of employment law likely to be encountered by a lawyer in the early years of practice. Topics covered include unfair dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination, equal pay and family friendly provisions.
If you're serious about exam success, it's time to Concentrate! Human Rights Law Concentrate is the essential study and revision guide for law students looking for extra marks.
Illustrating the scope of this fascinating and wide-reaching subject to the student, this clear and concise text gives a broad introduction to international human rights law. Coverage includes regional systems of protection, the role of the UN, and a variety of substantive rights.
The Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy is an annual publication which provides a comprehensive overview of current developments in the international investment law and policy field, focusing on recent trends and issues in foreign direct investment (FDI), investment treaty pract
The history of ideas on rule of law for world order is a fascinating one, as revealed in this comparative study of both Eastern and Western traditions.
Ethics at the Edges of Law makes the case that religious moralists should treat the discipline of law as a valuable conversation partner, rather than reducing it to a vehicle for enforcing judgments about morality and public policy.
In this comprehensive review of urban ethnography, Steven Lubet encountered a field that relies heavily on anonymous sources, often as reported by a single investigator whose underlying data remain unseen.
Habeas Corpus in Wartime unearths and presents a comprehensive account of the legal and political history of habeas corpus in wartime in the Anglo-American legal tradition.
This book explores the large and controversial subject of the use of force in international law.
A sound understanding of legal professional privilege provides practitioners with a strategic advantage not to be underestimated. This authoritative text provides a comprehensive reference to legal privilege in both contentious and non-contentious contexts.
The most comprehensive single-volume practitioner reference work on financial regulation, Financial Services Law has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of the major developments in a rapidly developing regulatory landscape.
Now in its third edition, The Law of Private Investment Funds provides the clearest and most concise dual US/UK and pan-asset analysis available on the legal and regulatory issues that arise in connection with private investment funds.
In the referendum of 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. However, in constitutional terms, nothing has changed. The Leave side won but Brexit has not been triggered. The UK remains a member of the EU. No formal negotiations have been held; no exit terms have been decided.
The WTO's Trade Policy Review Mechanism, which reviews the trade policies and practices of each WTO member at regular intervals, is generally considered to function well. In this day and age, complacency is unwise.
Religions are a problem for human rights, and human rights are a problem for religions. And both are problems for courts.
While treaties can be notoriously difficult to amend by formal means, they must nevertheless be adapted over time in order to remain useful. Herein lies the role of subsequent practice as a key tool for treaty change.
In an era of mass mobility, those who are permitted to migrate and those who are criminalized, controlled, and prohibited from migrating are heavily patterned by race.
The European Court of Justice is one of the most important actors in the process of European integration. Political science still struggles to understand its significance, with recent scholarship emphasizing how closely rulings reflect member states' preferences.
Legal socialization is the process by which children and adolescents acquire their law related values, attitudes, and reasoning capacities.
By definition, international law, once agreed upon and consented to, applies to all parties equally. It is perhaps the one area of law where cross-country comparison seems inappropriate, because all parties are governed by the same rules.
Jewish copyright law is a rich body of jurisprudence that developed in parallel with modern copyright laws and the book privileges that preceded them. Jewish copyright law owes its origins to a reprinting ban that the Rome rabbinic court issued for three books of Hebrew grammar in 1518.
War remains a grim fixture of the human landscape, and because of its tremendous and ongoing impact on the lives of millions of people, has always attracted the attention of careful, rigorous, and empathetic moral philosophers.
Corruption undermines nearly all key legal and developmental priorities today, including the effective functioning of democratic institutions and honest elections; environmental protection; human rights and human security; international development programs; and fair competition for global trade
In 1976, the US Supreme Court ruled in Gregg v.
In 1976, the US Supreme Court ruled in Gregg v.
Cheating is deeply embedded in everyday life. The costs of the most common forms of cheating total close to a trillion dollars annually. Part of the problem is that many individuals fail to see such behavior as a serious problem.
Human rights organizations have grown exponentially across the globe, particularly in the global South, and the term human rights is now common parlance among politicians and civil society activists.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), as a mechanism to resolve disputes, has gained wide acceptance in India. This is primarily because the traditional adversarial system of dispensing justice is dilatory, expensive, and, many a time, ineffective.
Ten years ago, in the wake of massive crimes in central Africa and the Balkans, the first permanent international criminal court was established in The Hague despite resistance from some of the world's most powerful states.
What is it that political prisoners do? What part does the imprisoned activist play in the conflict between regimes and their opponents around the world? Why, in short, are there political prisoners?
Since the 1957 Rome Treaty, the European Union has changed dramatically - in terms of its composition, scope and depth.
This is the first text to provide a comprehensive rule-by-rule commentary of the inception, interpretation, and application of the SIAC Rules, written by practitioners with extensive experience in South East Asia arbitrations and with the benefit of insights from the SIAC Secretariat.
A pressing problem often facing commercial practitioners is how to determine the principle which would dictate when a proprietary claim is available and when it is not.
Disputes in the energy and natural resources sector are at the heart of international arbitration.
Introduced in 2008, the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has existed for nearly a decade. Examining how different countries apply the Convention, this comprehensive study delineates the differences between thirteen jurisdictions.
Blackstone's International Criminal Practice is the definitive guide to the practice of the international criminal courts, tribunals and relevant domestic practice.
Delay in the Performance of Contractual Obligations remains the leading practitioner work on the subject and includes consideration of variations in practice in different sectors. There are many new cases reflected in this new edition.
Providing analysis and interpretation on the construction of the Bermuda Form, this second edition also addresses the dispute resolution process and covers the legal and practical issues which arise in the international arbitration of large and complex disputes under it.
We live in an age in which expressive, informational, and technological subject matter are becoming increasingly important. Intellectual property is the primary means by which the law seeks to regulate such subject matter.
Fresh, modern, and practical, Public Law provides law undergraduates with a unique approach to constitutional and administrative law, aptly demonstrating why this is an exciting time to be studying the subject.
In this collection of essays, originally presented at the Academy of European Law in Florence, the changing landscape of the EU's legal acts is explored.
The rights of indigenous peoples under international law have seen significant change in recent years, as various international bodies have attempted to address the question of how best to protect and enforce their rights.
The tenth edition of the Immigration Law Handbook continues to bring together all the key materials relevant to Immigration and Asylum Law in one, essential reference tool for those practicing in the field.
How have generations of Americans debated and shaped the constitutional meanings of liberty, equality, justice, and "We, the people"? What roles have engaged citizens and social movements played in effecting transformative constitutional change?
Few people associate law books with humor. Yet the legal world-in particular the American legal system-is itself frequently funny. Indeed, jokes about the profession are staples of American comedy.
How can the European Union create laws that are uniform in a multitude of languages? Specifically, how can it attain both legal integration and language diversity simultaneously, without the latter compromising the former? C.J.W. Baaij argues that the answer lies in the domain of translation.
Underground warfare was a tactic of yesteryear, but has now re-emerged as more complex and more dangerous than ever before.
Capital Markets Union in Europe analyses the legal and economic implications of the European Commission's plans to form a Capital Markets Union (CMU) in Europe, which will have a major impact on financial markets and institutions both in the region and beyond.
The third edition of this invaluable guide covers the application and practice of the law of set-off in over 30 jurisdictions spanning Europe, Asia and the Americas.
This book is an intellectual history of Ernst Fraenkel's The Dual State (1941, reissued 2017), one of the most erudite books on the theory of dictatorship ever written.
Ecclesiastical Law has established itself as the leading authority on the laws of the Church of England. Offering a uniquely detailed and scholarly exposition of the law, it has become an essential reference for anyone with a professional interest in ecclesiastical and canon law.
Now in its eighth edition, Bellamy & Child is the leading authority on EU competition law. It offers a clear and comprehensive exposition of law and procedure, with exhaustive citation of judicial and legislative authorities.
Today, investor-state arbitration embodies the worst fears of those concerned about runaway globalization - a far cry from its framers' intentions. Why did governments create a special legal system in which foreign investors can bring cases directly against states?
ersonal property security is an important subject in commercial practice as it is the key to much of the law of banking and sale.
This volume brings together new essays in law and philosophy on a broad range of topics in children's and family law.
Academically rigorous yet welcoming and fully attuned to the needs of the student reader, Chris Bevan's Land Law represents a new breed of textbook, blending traditional and contemporary teaching approaches to guide its readers to a confident understanding of the subject.
The third edition of Transaction Avoidance in Insolvencies considers all the possible ways in which a vulnerable transaction might be attacked, as well as practical issues that can arise in a typical transaction avoidance case.
The European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union have had a significant impact on UK employment law, but the ultimate contours of this are still developing and emerging, particularly post-BREXIT.
This, the only book in print to focus on liquidated damages and penalty clauses, analyses the common law jurisdiction to control stipulated damages clauses, and the distinction between enforceable liquidated damages clauses and unenforceable penalty clauses.
This is the third edition of the only work to focus on the topic of legal risk, expanded in this edition to include much new material specifically on conduct risk.
Written by a team of highly experienced teachers of family law, this innovative new textbook is a contextual, critical, and highly engaging guide to the subject.