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case law

law established by following judicial decisions given in earlier cases
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Although the existing laws require to be interpreted in a manner that ensures the principle of freedom of expression in accordance with the European Convention, Arnaut states that these general provisions are not sufficient because domestic courts rarely and sporadically apply the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.
"The Working Group submitted a draft law on amendments to the Criminal Code as a result of the review of the criminal case law and other materials on the Criminal Code adopted on 2017.05.18 as submitted to the Working Group's comments and conclusions that Mr.
Focusing on selected rights that are particularly important to the wellbeing of children, Hausler offers a systematic analysis of European case law concerning basic social rights of children in Europe.
There are many areas of arbitration law that remain to be un-addressed in Pakistan both in the statutes and the case law. In order to fill up that gap, the book refers case law from other New York Convention jurisdictions and relies upon the treatises of distinguished authors across the world.
Ravel Law's case law data visualisation tool will be integrated into Lexis advance, expanding the platform's current visualization offerings.
Lange sat down with Inside Counsel to discuss these and other 2015 trends affecting e-discovery case law. She also spoked to about the five major themes that arose most commonly in the researched opinions: production, preservation and spoliation, cost considerations, procedural issues and sanctions.
DTM Legal's warning comes as case law continues to develop.
Key Case Law Rules for Government Contract Formation
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 13, 2014--Wolters Kluwer unit launches case law software module
Clarke begins by updating the case law around the international convention CMR concerning such issues as unavoidable circumstances such as robbery, compensation for charged incurred, willful misconduct in failure to guard the vehicle, and the possible impact of the Rotterdam Rules.