• Change Management
    the last fine that Bank of America pays for how it handled its merger of Merrill Lynch."[66] A federal judge, Jed Rakoff, in an unusual action, refused to approve the settlement on August 5.[67] A first hearing before the judge on August 10 was at times heated, and he was "sharply critic[al]" of the...
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  • Commerce Notes 2012
    in the country and must be obeyed by all people. * They make laws called statutes or legislation. * Once each law has been passed, it is binding on all courts and judges. * Statute law will always succeed over common law Federal and State Constitutions * A document known as the...
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  • Com Law
    in the eyes of law irrespective of their race, religion and creed. Singapore’s law is founded on four pillars – Constitution, Legislation, Subsidiary legislation and Legal decisions made by judges. These are explained below: • The Constitution enshrines the fundamental rights of the individual...
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  • Introduction to Law
    defined as the process of making laws. There are two types of legislation, Primary Legislation and Secondary legislation also referred to as subsidiary or delegated legislation. Legislation may change or amend existing laws or it may enact new laws. Parliament through legislation, may also change...
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  • Hihi
    . Under the purported legislation (Law 32 of 1975) described in the judgment of Rattee J ([1997] 2 BCLC 630 at 635) all immovable property belonging, inter alia, to Greek Cypriots, was transferred into the control and ownership of the minister of finance of the Turkish Federated State. Under a second...
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  • Doing Business in Canada 2012
    INCORPORATED CANADIAN SUBSIDIARY WITH NO SIGNIFICANT CANADIAN INCOME TAX CONSEQUENCES. Foreign Currency Controls and Repatriation of Income There are no foreign exchange or currency controls in Canada, nor are there exchange restrictions on borrowing from abroad, on the repatriation of capital or on...
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  • Something
    environment .One of the main issues facing the development of the global companies has always been to find the right balance between the local autonomy between subsidiaries and the control of the corporate headquarters. It related to how the company recruit and select their staffs in their subsidiaries...
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  • Cyber Law & It
    CYBER LAW & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY by Talwant Singh Addl. Distt. & Sessions Judge, Delhi Success in any field of human activity leads to crime that needs mechanisms to control it. Legal provisions should provide assurance to users, empowerment to law enforcement agencies and deterrence to...
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  • Corporate Management- Directors' Duties
    separation of ownership and control. They contended that in modern corporations, managers decide how a corporation’s capital is spent, how resources are allocated and what endeavours are undertaken by the company but do not themselves own the capital or resources. Experts in corporate and...
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  • Corporate Scams
    and service company has business segments in: • fire and security services • electronics • healthcare and specialty products • undersea telecommunications networks How investors were misled. The fraud included • Iimproper and illegal activity by former management that included unauthorized...
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  • Business
    administers the EU budget. In addition, the Council may authorise the Commission to implement legislation through subsidiary legislation. Directorate-General XI (DG XI) is responsible for environment, nuclear safety and civil protection. The Council of Ministers The Council of Ministers meets...
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  • International Business Law
    ) . Have subsidiary because it is for financial reason, liability, attend to court, Must have inputs, and share Articles of Intercorporation.; Input: parties bring money, assets, know-how Shares; dividends, profits, rights to vote. * Take over: a company buys majority shares of other...
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  • Constitutional Law
    . * Judicial training * Regulated by Act 14 of 2008 * Establishes an institute for judges. * Now seen to be necessary. * Legislation changes quickly and they need to be informed of this. * They need to keep up to date with the diverse society * They are trained in how to deal with...
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  • Study Unit Bus201
           Common law traditions UK - traveling judges applied “common legal principles” These case laws > common law principles Different from written legislation (Parliament) Parallel system of courts developed – Lord Chancellor of England (usually churchmen) “Courts of Chancery...
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  • Ethics and Law
    key documents, for example the Codes of conduct, as well as policies and complimentary procedures, to ensure good and efficient controls. Internal rules are adapted and implemented at international subsidiaries in which the Telenor Group has operational control. Social responsibility and Business...
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  • Corruption in Russia
    lower level of corruption are more profitable. In addition, MNC subsidiaries with a greater focus on local sales are more profitable when the corruption level is low. Kwok & Tadesse (2006) examined how the presence of MNC may shape the institutional environment of corruption over time. They considered...
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  • Corp La
    operations has expanded to include many situations which the House of Lords judges would not have anticipated. This is particularly so in the case of Corporate Groups… Over time, the Law has changed in order to keep up with the challenges and advances in the business world. Therefore, the terms and...
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  • The Legal System
    are so many different bodies involved, little publicity surrounds delegated legislation and therefore public cannot express their views THE CONSTITUTION: provides basic rules for the government of Australia – the relationship between the state and fed (commonwealth) law & how judges can be elected...
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  • “…the Courts Can and Often Do, Draw Aside the Veil. They Can, and Often Do, Pull Off the Mask. They Look to See What Really Lies Behind. the Legislature Has Shown the Way… the Courts Should Follow Suit”.
    court could treat a holding and subsidiary company as a single legal unit.[19] This is a case that can be seen as attempting to derive an agency relationship from various ‘control’ factors. However this is the first instance[20] point of view that was so heavily criticised by the House of Lords in...
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  • Analysis of Consumer Protection Laws in Pakistan
    potential of participation of consumer rights associations. The prevailing legislations regarding Consumer Protection in force in different areas of Pakistan are: 1. Punjab Consumer Protection Act, 2005 (PCPA) 2. Baluchistan Consumer Protection Act, 2003 (BCPA) 3. NWFP Consumer Protection Act...
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