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Beijing Law Review

“How We Die” in New Mexico: A Judicial Prescription without Relief

Author(s): Arthur G. Svenson ABSTRACT By some accounts, New Mexico Judge Nan Nash fashioned a landmark ruling in a civil dispute pitting two doctors and a cancer patient against the state. At issue, a statute making it unlawful to “deliberately … Continue reading

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Revisiting WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations

Author(s):Youngjeen Cho ABSTRACT Fisheries subsidies negotiation was added to the negotiation agenda of the DDA largely by the concern for the depletion of fishery stocks. Some members, in particular, the Friends of Fish group countries, claimed that over-fishing and overcapacity … Continue reading

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Laws and Implementation of Maternity Benefit at NGOs in Bangladesh

Maternity Leave is an important benefit to the female employees that plays important role to increase organizational loyalty, efficiency and job satisfaction, particularly in the Non-Government Organizations (NGOs). ‘Maternity Benefit’ means leave with wages granted to a female worker because … Continue reading

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Directors’ Conflicts of Interest: Different European Legal Perspectives

PDF (Size:87KB) PP. 174-179   DOI: 10.4236/blr.2013.44022 Author(s) Gloria Esteban De La Rosa, Jovan Shopovski ABSTRACT The well-known term “conflicts of interest” could be found in different societal areas. It usually has the same meaning and alludes on situations where a natural person or an … Continue reading

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