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C/L/1325. Dissertation. Disputable issues of construction contracts under United Arab Emirates’ law

WORDS:
14900
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
149.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the legal system of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) focusing on contract law and addressing related claims and disputes. Literature is reviewed on the UAE legal system discussing Shari’ a law, civil code, courts, arbitration centres, etc. Types of contract and claims are defined, differences in contracts’ interpretation between the UAE and other countries are explored. The dissertation is based on secondary research and primary research conducted via a questionnaire survey to examine firsthand experience of the administration of contracts in the UAE. Conclusions are made about discrepancies in the common law background of construction contracts, relevant recommendations are suggested.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, disputable, construction, contracts, United Arab Emirates, UAE, law,

 

C/L/1320. Dissertation. Role of arbitration in resolution of disputes over international construction contracts

WORDS:
15150
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
159.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the role of arbitration in international construction contracts. Literature is reviewed on the origins and theoretical underpinnings of arbitration, advantages and disadvantages of arbitration, contemporary arbitration practices in the UK and other countries, complexities of civil cases related to international construction disputes, alternative forms of dispute resolution, etc. The dissertation is based on secondary research. Conclusions are made about the capacity of the arbitration law in the UK to resolve disputes arising in international construction contracts.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, arbitration, resolution, disputes, international, construction, contracts,

 

C/L/1307. Dissertation. Women’s Rights in Iran

WORDS:
11950
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
119.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the breach of women’s rights in Iran in the light of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Literature is reviewed on the basic concepts of international human rights, position of women in Iran from the historical perspective, socio-political struggle of women in Iran, position of women in other Muslim countries, perceptions of Iran by its neighbours, Islamic declarations of human rights, universality of human rights, etc. The dissertation is based on secondary research. Conclusions are made about the dynamics and complexity of the state of women’s rights in Iran.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Women, Human Rights, Iran, UDHR, Islamic, Muslim,

 

C/L/1300. Dissertation. Copyright law and illegal file sharing on Internet

WORDS:
17700
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
179.99 GBP

The dissertation addresses the issue of copyright infringement in the context of illegal file sharing on the Internet. Literature is reviewed on the practice of file sharing, responsibility of Internet providers of platforms with illegal content, measures taken by national jurisdictions to observe copyright law in cyberspace, etc. The methodology of the dissertation is based on secondary research conducted on the basis of academic sources, national and international legislation, official documents and court decisions. Conclusions are made about the need to protect copyrighted materials on the Internet.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, copyright law, illegal, file sharing, Internet,

 

C/L/1299. Dissertation. Relationship between arbitration tribunals and national courts in UK and USA

WORDS:
14800
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
149.99 GBP

The dissertation explores the relationship between arbitration tribunals and national courts offering a comparative case study of the UK and the USA. Literature is reviewed on the origin and development of arbitration, changes in the relationship between national courts and arbitration tribunals, contemporary arbitration practices, standardisation of arbitration terms, arbitration practices and the role of national courts in the UK and USA, etc. The methodology of the dissertation is based on secondary research of academic studies and related law cases. Conclusions are made about the overlap between national courts and arbitration proceedings in the UK and USA evaluating the ability to limit or exclude the powers of national courts in arbitration proceedings.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, arbitration, tribunals, national courts, UK and USA,

 

C/L/1297. Dissertation outline. Effects of Bribery Act 2010 on UK exporting companies

WORDS:
450
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper proposes to analyze and evaluate the impacts of the Bribery Act 2010 on exporting companies in the UK. The aim and questions of the research are outlined, the sources and topics of the literature review are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation outline, Bribery Act 2010, UK exporting companies,

 

C/L/1293. Dissertation outline. Impact of venue shopping on settlement of international commercial disputes

WORDS:
1600
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper offers an outline of the dissertation on the importance of venue and forum shopping for the settlement of international commercial disputes. Literature is reviewed on the issues of international commercial litigation and the impacts of venue and forum shopping on disputing parties. The need of harmonised approaches to civil and commercial disputes is highlighted. The structure and chapter contents of the dissertation are presented.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation outline, venue shopping, settlement, international, commercial, disputes,

 

C/L/1291. Proposal. Protection of Scottish companies under European Convention on Human Rights

WORDS:
1950
DATE:
2015
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19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the degree of protection enjoyed by Scottish companies under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). An overview of the research background is presented making references to ECHR jurisdiction, proposed methodology is described, anticipated problems are addressed.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, protection, Scottish companies, European Convention on Human Rights, ECHR,

 

C/L/1288. Dissertation. Role of UN in securing international human rights law

WORDS:
7900
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
79.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the functions and activities of the United Nations organization (UN) with regard to international human rights law. Literature is reviewed on the history of the UN, its Declaration of Human Rights, development of human rights law, features of international legal order, contradictory issues of humanitarian intervention vs. state sovereignty, etc. Examples are analyzed of UN sanctions and interference in international relations. The dissertation is based on secondary research. Conclusions are made about the effectiveness of UN interventions for human rights security.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, UN, international human rights law, United Nations,

 

C/L/1278. Proposal. Access to medicine under patent systems of South Africa and Nigeria

WORDS:
2250
DATE:
2014
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29.99 GBP

The paper proposes to look at trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) in order to examine the access to pharmaceutical products in South Africa and Nigeria. The questions of the research are formulated, the balance between patent rights and human rights is examined making references to related literature and legislation in the two countries. The methodology of the proposed research is described indicating its time schedule.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, medicine, patent system, South Africa, Nigeria, patent law, intellectual property rights, human rights,

 

C/L/1251. Dissertation. Impact of child fosterage on children's rights in West Africa

WORDS:
13900
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
139.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the impact of child fosterage on securing children’s rights in the West African countries of Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal. Literature is reviewed on the provisions of the International law towards the rights of the child and the need of protection against child labour, child trafficking, etc. The key features of child fosterage in Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal are examined. The dissertation is based on secondary research. Conclusions are made about the role of child fosterage practiced in West Africa in the delivery and sustainability of human rights for children.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, child, fosterage, children’s rights, West Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal,

 

S/S/408. Dissertation. Domestic violence and strategies of its management in UK

WORDS:
11000
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
119.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the problem of domestic violence (DV) in the UK offering a review of DV definitions, investigating the causes of abuse within a relationship, identifying women as individuals vulnerable to DV, and analysing civil and criminal ways of dealing with domestic violence. Strategies and statistics of DV are considered in the historical context of UK politics and law discussing the concept of ‘secondary victimization’. Interventions of the police, social services and DV victim support organisations are examined. The methodology of the dissertation is based on secondary research including the British Crime Survey. Conclusions are made about the availability of support for domestic violence victims.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, domestic violence, UK, women, victims, police, social services,

 

C/L/1237. Proposal. Negative word-of-mouth in online environment: issues of control

WORDS:
2300
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper proposes to look at the negative word-of-mouth (WOM) phenomenon in Internet communications and to address the issue of institutional and corporate regulation of the online environment. The aims, objectives and hypotheses of the research are outlined, literature is reviewed on the spread of negative WOM and online environment control, the methodology of the research is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, negative, word-of-mouth, online, control,

 

C/L/1236. Proposal. Corporate entities as human right holders

WORDS:
1550
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the evolution of human rights standards to establish whether corporate entities have become human right holders. The background of the research is described, its questions and hypotheses are outlined, the methodology is explained, the contribution of the research to the development of human rights norms is considered.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, corporate entities, human right, holders,

 

C/L/1218. Dissertation. Formulation of ‘Lex Mercatoria' of International arbitration: enforcing principles of contractual and party autonomy

WORDS:
9800
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
99.99 GBP

The dissertation explores the possibility of developing a ‘Lex Mercatoria’ of international arbitration in order to enforce the principles of contractual and party autonomy in non-state law. Literature is reviewed on the issues associated with ‘Lex Mercatoria’ and transnational principles of law developed by arbitrators of commercial disputes highlighting the role of commercial arbitration in international commercial law, examining the legislative underpinnings of international arbitration, considering ‘Lex Mercatoria’ application in international arbitration, outlining the principles of contractual and party autonomy, etc. Examples of ‘Lex Mercatoria’ application in arbitration are analysed. Conclusions are made about the significance of ‘Lex Mercatoria’ in terms of party autonomy.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Lex Mercatoria, International Arbitration, contractual, party autonomy, international commercial law,

 

C/L/1214. Dissertation. Problem of city centres as retail locations: planning policy of UK government

WORDS:
13150
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
139.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the failure of city centres as retail locations examining the Planning Policy Guidance 6 adopted by the UK government in 1996. Literature is reviewed on town retail trends in the UK focusing on the growth of hypermarkets and online shopping, related policy concerns are addressed. The methodology of the research is based on the analysis of secondary data. Conclusions are made about the effectiveness of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for the preservation and of British town centres.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, city centres, retail, locations, planning policy, UK government,

 

C/L/1213. Dissertation. Impact of Section 172 of Companies Act 2006 on corporate governance in UK

WORDS:
18000
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
189.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the impact of new provisions stipulated in Section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 with regard to changes in corporate governance in the UK. Literature is reviewed on the issues of shareholders’ interests vs. directors’ interests, the influence of the Government on private economic activity, the duties of company directors, political, economic and financial outcomes of poor corporate governance, etc. The methodology of the dissertation is based on secondary research. Conclusions are made about the relationship between section 172 of the Companies Act 2006, and other provisions, i.e. the standard of care under section 174, and the derivative action under sections 261-263, which ensures a high standard of corporate governance in the UK.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Section 172, Companies Act 2006, corporate governance,

 

C/S/716. Proposal. Effect of 2009 ARRA Funding on Diminution of Crime in USA

WORDS:
1050
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009 on crime reduction in the USA in order to develop a predictive theoretical model about ARRA funding effect on crime levels. The objectives and questions of the research are outlined, its themes and sources are considered, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, ARRA, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Funding, Diminution, Crime, USA,

 

C/E/1084. Implications of Basel III for European banking sector: research proposal

WORDS:
770
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper looks at the regulation of the European financial markets proposing to examine the implementation of Basel III rules and to define whether they can stifle competition in the European banking sector.

 

KEYWORDS: Basel III, European, banking, proposal, financial markets,

 

C/L/1196. Dissertation outline. Contradictions in enforcement of arbitration award with national policies of CIS countries

WORDS:
1050
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper presents an outline of the dissertation on the differences in national legislations and policies focusing on contradictions in the enforcement of arbitration award within the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) including Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Belarus. The aims and objectives of the research are outlined, the topics of the literature review are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation outline, contradictions, enforcement, arbitration, national, policies, CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States, Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Belarus,

 

C/L/1194. Proposal. Protection of human rights in UK and Saudi Arabian MNC

WORDS:
1200
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to address the issues of human rights protection in multinational corporations (MNC) in Saudi Arabia and the UK. Literature is reviewed on corporate infringements of human rights, the rise of corporate social responsibility (CSR), the human rights discourse theory, etc. The methodology of the research and the focus areas are described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, protection, human rights, UK, Saudi Arabian, MNC,

 

C/L/1193. Dissertation. Pharmaceutical patents and access to medicine in developing countries: legal and social perspectives

WORDS:
9700
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
99.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the role of patterns in the development of essential medicines and drugs addressing trade related aspects of intellectual property (TRIPS) and pharmaceutical patents in developing countries. Literature is reviewed on the patent system and the conflict between patent rights and access to healthcare in the developed and developing countries. The role of pharmaceutical patents is examined from social, economic, legal and practical perspectives, the issues of access to pharmaceutical products in developing countries are addressed, the nature of the TRIPS and Doha agreements is explained considering them from the perspective of WTO policies. Conclusions are made about the need to strengthen patent systems in developing countries. Recommendations are suggested about WTO approaches to the resolution of human rights issues related to TRIPS obligations in pharmacology.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, pharmaceutical, patents, access, medicine, developing countries, intellectual property, human rights, WTO,

 

C/L/1190. Proposal. Role of arbitration in international construction contracts

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine arbitration mechanisms of dispute resolution in international trade within the construction industry. The aims and objectives of the research are outlined, the structure and content of the chapters are presented, the topics of the literature review on the arbitration law are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, arbitration, law, international, construction, contracts,

 

C/EI/318. Dissertation Outline. Global Search Engines and Copyright Law

WORDS:
790
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers an outline of the dissertation about provisions of the copyright law with regard to global search engines. The aim and questions of the research are defined, the sources of the literature review are indicated, the methodology is described, estimated findings are considered.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation Outline, Global, Search Engines, Copyright Law,

 

C/L/1188. Dissertation Outline. Brand Protection and Copyright Laws in Haute Couture

WORDS:
1150
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper offers an outline of the dissertation on the intellectual property laws aiming to analyse copyright, design and data protection in Haute Couture fashion brands. The structure and questions of the research are presented, the sources of the literature review are defined, the methodology is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation Outline, Brand Protection, Copyright Laws, Haute Couture,