Anti Trust
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...ANTI-TRUST Introduction Health care organization is a type of managed unit that provides health care rendered by professionals and doctors in particular closed network in accordance with HCO’s guidelines. The HCOs reimburse the service provider networks by paying fixed remunerations for each patient. This shifts the risks and liabilities of the patient on the shoulders of the service providers. The objective of the thesis is to research a recent case related to a health care organization in United States that has been charged with anti-trust action. On the basis of this case and lessons learnt from analysis, the report advises and recommends the senior management on how it could avoid threat...
Anti-Trust Laws
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...Anti-Trust Laws The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), created in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson signedthe Federal Trade Commission Act into law, is a US government agency tasked with protecting consumers by preventing anti-competitive business practices. It involves itself in matters such as enforcing truthful business advertising and acts against abuses like price fixing (“About”; “History”) In terms of public policy, the FTC has a broad regulatory mandate to reign in organizations judged to have engaged in activities that stifle industry competition, thus eliminating products or services from reaching the marketplace that are overpriced, substandard or lacking in the innovation... and Section...
Anti trust claims
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...Anti Trust Claims During the past decade Microsoft has been abused as a monopoly power on Intel-based personal computers in its handling of operating system and web browser sales. The concern central to the case was whether Microsoft was permitted to package its flagship Internet Explorer web browser software with its Microsoft Windows operating system. Bundling the two giants together is suspected to have been in charge for Microsofts victory in the browser wars as every Windows user had a copy of Internet Explorer. It was further alleged that this restricted the market for competing web browsers like Netscape Navigator or Opera that were slow to download on a modem or had to be purchased... ...
Sherman Anti-Trust Act and Other Anti-Trust Laws
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...anti-trust law by congress was made in broad common law concepts as it lacked details that clearly defined monopoly and trust that would guide the court’s interpretation. However, it is unfortunate that President Teddy Roosevelt’s approach towards regulating big business and enforcing the antitrust laws is that he sided with the growth of trusts that lead to high price setting and increased monopoly power (Kolko 128). This is because he showed continued support for trust combination as he described it as the key to success in big business he further shows his support for the Morgan’s case... Business History Sherman Anti-Trust Act and other anti-trust laws More considerably, the main function of...
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...Anti-trust Case Anti-trust Laws – A Glance The Anti-trust laws of America are aimed at preventing the emergence of monopolies, which eliminate healthy competition in the markets. All the antitrust legislations of America are derived from the Sherman Antitrust Act 1890, which accords full authority to a court of law for ascertaining the specific business transactions that are tantamount to restrictive trade practices. (1) The antitrust laws are elaborated in general and plain language, and thereby they cannot be comprehended by mere reading of the statutes. In all the relevant cases, law courts are necessitated to thoroughly examine them (cases) for making apt interpretations that lead... Microsoft...
Market Strategy and Anti-Trust Regulation
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...case for defying the country’s anti-trust regulations (Guide to Antitrust Laws). The company was not accountable for the diamond in the United States as the transfer of the title to the products occurred outside the country’s boundaries. However, the De Beers Company decided to pay the penalties even through it was under no legal obligation to make the payment. The justification is that it paid the fines in order to have the ability to enter the United States market to increase its sales. Work Cited "Guide to Antitrust Laws." Guide to Antitrust Laws. Web. 20 Nov. 2014. . Thompson,...
De Beers and US Anti Trust Law
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...Anti Trust Law Introduction Diamond market is dominated by De Beers world over for more than one hundred years since its inception in 1880. The diamond trade has been managed by a 'cartel' since these days headed by De Beers mining company. Once the availability of diamond mines shrunk to Africa and a few in Brazil, the diamond mines in Africa controlled the availability of the diamonds in the market and their price. De Beers slowly and steadily ensured that all the diamond mines in Africa, specifically; South Africa was in their control or was working in line with their decrees. Most of the mines in South Africa were bought out by De Beers and the others started working... Forever: De Beers and US Anti...
[Business history] Anti-trust policy and National Business Survey Conference (NBSC) , National Recovery Act (NRA)
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...anti-trust law by congress was made in broad common law concepts as it lacked details that clearly defined monopoly and trust that would guide the court’s interpretation. However, it is unfortunate that President Teddy Roosevelt’s approach towards regulating big business and enforcing the antitrust laws is that he sided with the growth of trusts that lead to high price setting and increased monopoly power (Kolko 128). This is because he showed continued support for trust combination as he described it as the key to success in big business he further shows his support for the Morgan’s case... Business History Sherman Anti-Trust Act and other anti-trust laws More considerably, the main function of the...
The Microsoft Antitrust Case
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...Anti-trust case involves various entities that each has their own issues to bring against Microsoft. This scenario makes the resolution of the case more complex and difficult. A resolution that 2 parties may find appealing may not be adequate for another party. Therefore, finding a settlement for the issues at hand require large... The Microsoft Antitrust Case The Microsoft Antitrust case is one of the most popular issues in today's market. This is primarily due to the popularity of the company's products and the global reach of the company. Various issues and allegations were brought up by different personalities and entities. In a way, the case versus the software giant is the product of the...
AML- KYC (anti-money Laundering- know your customer) - TD Canada Trust Retail Banking
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...Anti-Money Laundering- Know Your TD Canada Trust Banking Part Introduction Money laundering is the process where an individual with a criminal motive conceals the illegal application of income, legal source, or existence, and cloaks that income to make it look as if it is legitimate, thereby evading the law. In his analysis Kapila states that there are three stages that take place in the process of money laundering: placement; layering; and integration (45). In an effort to curb such occurrences, TD Bank must consult an action plan that is aimed at improving its policies, procedures, and practices that would help the bank to guard against being used, deliberately or even unintentionally... KYC/ALM...
KYC/ALM (Anti-Money Laundering - Know Your Customer) TD Canada Trust Banking
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...Anti-Money Laundering- Know Your TD Canada Trust Banking Part Introduction Money laundering is the process where an individual with a criminal motive conceals the illegal application of income, legal source, or existence, and cloaks that income to make it look as if it is legitimate, thereby evading the law. In his analysis Kapila states that there are three stages that take place in the process of money laundering: placement; layering; and integration (45). In an effort to curb such occurrences, TD Bank must consult an action plan that is aimed at improving its policies, procedures, and practices that would help the bank to guard against being used, deliberately or even unintentionally... KYC/ALM...
Sherma- Anti- Trust Act (1890)
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...trusts and to curb the power that was associated with the trust that restricted trade and reduced economic competition. The Act was named after Senator John Sherman who proposed it in the congress. Sherman Antitrust Act was enacted amidst the response to the outcry and perception of the public that the economy of United States was dominated by trusts and that the industrial power of the nation was concentrated in too few hands (Koutsoudakis,pg.5). Prior to the enactment of the Sherman Act, large corporations had more powers and were controlling the smaller corporations through... Question One The Sherman Antitrust Act 1890 is the first legislation that was passed by the United s congress to prohibit...
Trust Case
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...Trusted Site. This aspect is equally... E-Commerce and Trustworthiness a) Navigation is the ease and higher comfort level of finding what aviewer seeks. A well-built and effective navigation is a prerequisite for communicating credibility and trustworthiness of a website, whether it is a popular one or a comparatively lesser known brand. It is comprised of three elements. Navigation Clarity means that Navigational terminologies and substance are evident for the user to distinguish. Navigation Access means that the navigation system position is steady and easily accessible. Navigation Reinforcement involves instructional tutorials, prompts, guides, to assist and inform the user to execute transaction and...
Do anti-trust laws hampering business competition, or promote competition: An analysis of recent high-profile cases
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...case. American Needle Inc. vs. National Football League In a case filed by the American Needle Inc, against the National Football League “(NFL)” and the Reebok International Ltd. The suit alleged that by entering into an exclusive licensing agreement with Reebok, the NFL had violated the Sherman Anti Trust Act (Supreme Court of the United States 2). American Needle argued that because the 32 teams that comprised the NFL happened to separately own their own trademarks and Logos... Do Anti-Trust Laws Hampering Business Competition, or Promote Competition: An Analysis of Recent High-ProfileCases The debate against, and for the promotion of anti-trust laws and their effect on the promotion or hampering of...
Best Trust Bank Case
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...trust case Question one The media richness of Paul’s communication has significantly changed since he was a teller. As a teller, he was always looking forward to chat with his co-workers during the breaks. He enjoyed their company and they made his days pass on pleasantly. He was also faced with the responsibility of greeting customers and listening to their grievances. He often tried to understand the unspoken needs of the customers that the bank could comfortably meet. In case the customers got upset about the services offered or any other issue in the bank, initially he used to become nervous. However, after much experience, he learned to be attentive to the needs of the customers... Best bank...
Law of Equity & Trust
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...trust provides modalities to handle a number of situations, family relationships, charities, pension funds etc2. Cardinal Principle According to the law of equity, a trust is legally enforceable by the beneficiaries against the trustees provided it is created with high degree of intention; certainty of subject as well as object (the case of Knight V Knight (1840)3can be referred here. Three elements in a trust are mandatory a) certainty of intention, which ensures that the duty of a trustee or trustees is clearly defined, the way intended by the testator. It differentiates transfer through trust instead of absolute gift... ? Law of Equity & Trust No: Law of Equity & Trust Introduction The law of Equity...
Case Study involving Trust laws
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...Case Study involving Trust laws Introduction: It is assumed that the will, by which the 950 shares have been bequeathed to the Accountant, Tom, to be held in trust for Ben’s nephew, Andrew, is a written one, since, f Section 53 (1) (c) of the Law of Property Act 1925 categorically states that any verbal or non-written disposition of Equitable interest is void and unenforceable. According to this subsection, “a disposition of an equitable interest or trust subsisting at the time of the disposition must be in writing signed by the person disposing of the same, or by his agent there unto lawfully authorized in writing or by...
Equity and Trust Case Study
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...Trust EQUITY AND TRUST Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 295739 13 May 2009 EQUITY AND TRUST Advice to Steve and Anna Having gone into insolvent liquidation, the first and best option is to call a meeting of the creditors and reschedule the payment options. If the arrangement put forward by Steve and Anna are acceptable to the creditors, the matter need not go to the court. If the arrangement is not acceptable to the creditors, or some creditors, then the matter must be resolved by the court. There is no mention of the total amount owed by Steve and Anna to the creditors. If the amount owed is below 5000, there is a court-based order known as Administration order by which Steve and Anna can... Equity and...
Anti-Social Behavior Policy
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...trust A coordinator would be mediating the concerns on the anti social behavior. The locals are involved to prevent and to locate the root causes of anti social behavior. The legal and other local authorities were given importance to customize the order according to the situations prevailing in the region. The applicant and the accused are involved in the principle proceedings where as the authorities are not involved in the proceedings. A systematic approach in recording the number of breaching acts perceived by an individual... Anti social behavior History Anti social behavior evolution s back from seventies of last century. The post war scenario has resulted in serious political and communal...
Equity and trust law
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...trusts Introduction: There is no set definition that has been set out for charitable status, rather a determination upon this must be made on the basis of case law. The existing Charity law is based upon the Act of Elizabeth I (now repealed) which is over 400 years old, and proposals for reform have been mooted as an urgent necessity. As stated by Tony Blair, “the current law is unclear, has not evolved in a way which best meets the needs of contemporary communities and does not reflect the diversity of organizations which operate for the public benefit.”1 Thus, while reform proposals are in the process of being finalized into legislation, it has been the relevant case law which has... Charitable trusts ...
Specific Competency and Skill-building Explo
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...anti-trust case. This success permitted AmEx to tie-up with banks and greatly expand its reach. At the same time, he did not wish to dilute AmEx’s ‘premium card’ brand image. Hence his challenge was to take away high value customers from competitors. The path he chose to achieve this Specific competency & skill... Specific competency & skill-building Kenneth Chenault: Specific Competency & Skill-building Kenneth Chenault demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in changing the industry dynamics with the objective of taking American Express (AmEx) to the forefront of financial products industry. He has expanded his operations significantly both within the USA and internationally, without...
Case Law: Doctrine of Estoppel, Constructive Trust
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...Case Law Doctrine of Estoppel, Constructive Trust, 1Introduction "He is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father" his condition or obligation of one to whom anything is confided; responsible charge or office." We can summarize the term trust in this manner and also we can say that this is the general rule on which the law of trust proceeds on. But the law modifies this rule according to the circumstances.For e.g.; Doctrine of estoppel, constructive trust etc. This is not firm rule that the claims under these waiving principles always succeed. If trust is the transference of the right over the property to the person, equity is creating proprietary interest... ...
Trust
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...Trust Is Integrity, Honesty, and Reliability. Introduction. Trust in personal and professional relationships is a two-way street that is equal to integrity, honesty and reliability. This is the best way that I find to define trust. At first sight, this definition seems to be unrealistic, but in the real world it is achievable within certain limits. We have to keep in mind that human beings are not perfect, so we can't expect perfect relationships among people. I do think that people are perfectible in the long run taking into account that the process of perfection takes a lifetime and at the same time Humankind needs the intervention from God in order to be perfect. So trust... Essay Defining. Trust ...
Evaluating Anit Trust Legisiation
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...trust agreements giving the merged companies enough power to limit competition and maximize profits at the public's expense. (http://www.bookrags.com/other/business/antitrust-legislation-ebf-01.html, 2006). This paper is aimed at analyzing if the implementation of the anti-trust law is fair and just. Specifically, this paper tackles the highly criticized issue between the Microsoft Corporation and Internet Explorer. The Issue On the 18th... Introduction Antitrust legislation law was established in the United s to control the increasing number of companies who have been merging for the purpose of increasing their products' prices and/or lowering the outputs. The merging is in accordance to the existing...
Trust
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...Trust is a very broad term; different people would have different definitions for this word. It is an act which is both emotional as well as logical. A person becomes extremely vulnerable when he trusts another person, this is the emotional side which gets displayed. Logic comes into play when a person is confident that the other person will not take advantage of his situation. This is both logical and emotional, trusting another person has become really difficult because most people do not keep their promises and also try and take advantage of the situation hence disturbing the person who had trusted the other person emotionally. “Emotions associated with trust include... companionship,...
Perfect competition and monopoly power
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...anti trust suit. In the Anti-trust case against Microsoft Corp. in which the company lost the case the judge pronounced that Microsoft used its monopoly power to violate the antitrust laws and it is next to Standard Oil and AT&T on your list of the 20th century's great monopolies. The court pronounced that 1. The company used its prodigious market power and immense profit to harm companies that tries to compete with it. 2. that Gates is law-flouting monopolist who makes... Perfect competition and monopoly power Introduction Market has many forms such as perfect competition, imperfect competition, monopoly, and oligopoly. Some forms of market never practically exist. Some undergo transformation under...
Trust
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...Trust Trust s Trust Research Exercises Given the global economic downturn that has affected corporations worldwide, companies have had to make many tough decisions in order to continue staying in business. This has caused many hard feelings amongst employees of companies; who take it as a slap in the face after all the many years of working loyally and hard for a corporation. Also, the uncertainty has left many employees racked with nervous qualms, wondering if they will be the next ones to get fired. Given the world statistics on whether citizens truly trust their companies, surprising results have been unearthed. Citizens in Canada and South Africa trust companies more, relative... Running Head:...
Restoring Organizational Trust at Bayenne Medical Center
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...trust also goes up depending on how much independence is granted to employees (Ellenbecker, 2001). For instance, it helps when they are given a voice in both minor and major organizational decisions, as in the case of BMC. BMC employees who are given greater degree of freedom are generally motivated and driven, among other things. This also benefits BMC as it becomes more aware as to who among its employees have the capacity to be innovative (Siegel and Preskul-Ricca, 2004). Such employees also become much less likely to quit as they come to trust... . In this case, BMC supervisors who are fair, just, and are capable of clear communication, as well as concern and respect for...
Discrimination and Anti-Oppressive Practice
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...Anti-Oppressive Practice & Challenging Discrimination Oppression refers to a social act of enforcing severe precincts or restrictions on an individual, institution, or group of people. In most cases, such restrictions are placed on the oppressed groups by a political organization or government in power that exploits the groups thereby ensuring that such groups are unable to compete with other groups in society... Discrimination and Anti-Oppressive Practice Part Discrimination and LGBT Youth Discrimination refers the different or unequal or harassment of individual that results in harm or misery. Thus, it entails the act of unequal treatment of a person or people based on real or assumed features. Indivi...
Anti discrimination law essay
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...Anti Discrimination Law Contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………….2 2. Definitions of Discrimination…………………………………………………………………………3 3. U.K. Anti Discrimination Law………………………………………………………………………..5 4. Role of a Comparator……………………………………………………………………………………6 4.1. Showboat Entertainment Centre Ltd v Owens [1984] ICR 65……………….7 4.2. Peake V Automotive Products Ltd. 1978 QB 233……………………………..10 4.3. James v Eastleigh Borough Council [1990] 2 AC 751……………………….10 4.4. Shamoon V Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary [2003] IRLR 286………………………………………………………………………………12 References... ...
What does an examination of 'secret trusts' mean? Rationale behind the Secret Trust
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...trust and thereby give effect to the trust even though it does not comply with the formalities. Here the question arises regarding the justification for admitting the 'unreliable' evidence by the court.(3)( Dudington.J,2006) In this regard in cases like Rochefoucauld v Boustead,(4) the court by applying the maxim of 'equity will not permit a statute to be used as an instrument of fraud', has taken the view that it would be a fraud on the part of the secret trustee to rely on the absence of statutory formalities in order to deny the trust and keep the property for himself which he well knew... Secret Trust Rationale behind the Secret Trust 1 Introduction "...
Microsoft vs. European Union: Anti Competitive Behaviour or Competitive Advantage?
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...case” (Ahlborn & Evans, 2009, p. 2). The Commission also found that Microsoft had violated the EU’s anti-trust laws by virtue of work group server operating system which essentially amounted to a refusal to supply information (Commission decision relating to a proceeding under Article 82 of the EC Treaty, Case COMP/C 3/37.792 (24 Mar. 2004)). On the facts, Microsoft held a 95% share of the personal computer operating systems market and was therefore designated as occupying a dominant market position. A majority of personal computers are entrenched in networks under the control of servers. Interoperability, which is the personal... ?Microsoft vs. European Union: Anti-competitive Behaviour or Competitive...
Law in Equity and Trust regarding Charities
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...case law suggests that organizations will be recognized as charitable if they have the following characteristics: The trust must have a charitable character The trust must be exclusively charitable The trust must (on balance) be beneficial The trust must benefit the public The trust must not distribute a profit Charitable Character Lord MacNaughten in Income Tax Special Purposes Commisoners v Pemsel [1891] identified four divisions of charitable purposes namely; 1) The relief of poverty; 2) The advancement of education; 3) The advancement of religion; and 4) Other... Overview Not all not-for-profit organisations are necessarily charities nor is it sufficient to be awarded the status of a charity...
Pro Merger And Anti Merger
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...anti-trust proceedings. The international anti-trust cases are Vodafone’s acquisition of Mannesmann and MCI-WorldCom’s purchase of Sprint. Stalking the target Pursuing of global consolidation even if makes sense for a particular organization still it should be judged if significant advantages are offered by the industry. If it does not, it is better to leave the chance to someone else to step ahead to clear the path. For example, the international strategy of Tricon targets explicitly those markets in which McDonald’s has already established a significant presence which reflects the potential of its own chains (Cassiman and Colombo, 2006, p.68). Selling out... ? Pro merger and anti merger Table of...
Equity and trust, Case Study. Case-Barclays Bank v Quistclose (1970) AC 567
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...trust, Case Study. Case-Barclays Bank v Quistclose (1970) AC 567 Introduction of the case. Quistclose case, as it is generally called,represents the concept of commercial form of trust. In this case, it was established that in commercial transactions, entrustment of property during the course of business, transactions cannot be treated as gift. The principle established in this case is the equity requiring that the person receiving a property from another person for a specific purpose cannot treat it as his or her own and should use it only for that specific purpose; also, the transferee cannot keep that property if that specific purpose cannot be fulfilled, as interpreted by Peter Gibson... ?Equity and...
Book Discussion
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...anti-trust case, and explains the eventual break-up or collapse of the Standard Oil, the book makes one realize the importance or the amount or quantity of oil and its products that Texas or U.S. had produced in the previous years that it was dominating the world market; therefore audience appreciates as why Americans are still talking about the onshore or even offshore oil drilling within its soil. The audience will further understand as to why Barack Obama a Democrat and John McCain a Republican had the same open to the idea or position about drilling in Alaska, during their presidential campaign. Harold Innis vs. Laxer James Laxers views work... Oil” Book Review “Oil” Book Review Introduction “Oil” by ...
Anti-Terrorism bill 2000. A necessary evil.
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...anti-terror measures and their suitability in this case) that ultimately leads to the conception of new knowledge on that particular issue.59 Here the topic is nature of UK’s anti-terror laws and their tendency to violate the international human rights conventions; it thus deals with the problem of terrorism and human rights within the realms of UK executive and judiciary powers. It will thus be a “systematic inquiry whose objective is to provide the information that will allow…problems to be solved.”60 Here the problem relates to the various Terror Acts formulated by the UK government as a response to the riots in Northern Ireland, the 11th September 2001 terror... ?Contents 2 2 2 1Introduction 3...
Social housing and anti-social behaviour: two sides of the welfare coin
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...anti-social behaviour, evaluating the existent approaches, and considering new ways of approach to the issue, which would suggest adequate measures to tackle it. Research design The method of research adopted for this project consists in two key components. The first is an extensive study of relevant literature, including books and book chapters, newspaper articles, online publications, study reports and case studies, regulations, governmental reports and reviews, etc., which contain various data... OF School of … Module … Social Housing and Anti-Social Behaviour: Two Sides of the Welfare Coin ID No The candi confirms that the work submitted is their own and that appropriate credit has been given where...
CASE NOTE: JOE SCHULTZ
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...Case Joe Schultz THE MAIN PROBLEM IN THE CASE The main problem in the case is fall in the departmental drop in productivity by the draftsmen when Joe applied his basic “active, controlling and task oriented” leadership style in the new job position as a supervisor in the drafting department. WHAT THE CASE IS ABOUT The case presents the variations in employee behavior and how their preferences affect their response to a leader. According to the case, there are two groups of employees who respond differently to the same leadership style by Joe. In one group, Joe is trusted as a model leader and one that they easily interact with as a peer. This is a near perfect leader-employee relationship... ...
Managing Knowledge at an NHS Trust
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...TRUST Reddix Hospital Executive Summary Reddix Hospital is seeing a continuous fall in its reputation and the recent report by NHS is evidence highlighting the reason for the decline. The customer satisfaction is extremely low, there is no interoperability between departments, information systems used aren't integrated, staff is short and the motivation levels are low. To overcome these problems a radical change management strategy is proposed where a new distributed system will be applied. This system will integrate all the departments and the local intranet will be sharing point of information. Through this portal knowledge can be shared which will help the hospital... MANAGING KNOWLEDGE AT AN NHS...
Microsoft vs. European Union: Anti competitive behavior or competitive advantage?
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...anti – competitive behavior and competitive advantage among businesses is one that is defined specifically with components that are a part of each business and the regulations which are followed. In the case of the European Union vs. Microsoft, there was a specific allegation that Microsoft held a competitive advantage over other competitors, leading to a monopoly within an international framework. In the case that followed in 2004, there was the decision that Microsoft needed to disclose information that would allow rival vendors to interoperate with Windows. The decision was followed with the understanding that the information should be non – discriminatory... detrimental to the...
The case of Libyan Arab Foreign Bank v Bankers Trust Co [1989] QB 728
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...Case, International Business Law and Terrorism The case of Libyan Arab Foreign Bank v Bankers Trust Co [1989] QB 728 is an indication of the new approach to banking and business in the era of terrorism. Although it pre dates September 11th 2001 it indicates the modern approach that banks, companies and financial institutions are under a duty to disclose any information are a threat to national security.1 The main difference in post-September 11th 2001 it is a duty to disclose to the international community, which is a total change to the face of modern business law. This makes the Libyan Arab Bank the common law precedent that digresses away from the traditional private international law... Libyan Bank...
Microsoft vs. European Union: Anti Competitive Behavior or Competitive Advantage?
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...anti – competitive behavior and competitive advantage among businesses is one that is defined specifically with components that are a part of each business and the regulations which are followed. In the case of the European Union vs. Microsoft, there was a specific allegation that Microsoft held a competitive advantage over other competitors, leading to a monopoly within an international framework. In the case that followed in 2004, there was the decision that Microsoft needed to disclose information that would allow rival vendors to interoperate with Windows. The decision was followed with the understanding that the information should be non – discriminatory... an advantage over the specific...
Express Trust
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...trust invests in the property by building on it and making improvements which cost more than the property then after the trust ends claim either for reimbursement of the costs to build or in most cases that the ownership of property be transferred to him since he now has greater right and interest in it compared to the beneficiaries. The trustee can trustee acquire rights to the property. However according to the "The fair-dealing principle validates acquisitions by trustees of the interests from the trust provided that the trustee does not acquire any advantage attributable to his fiduciary office." (Hudson 2008). An example of a valid acquisition of rights... Express Trust (Equity and Trusts) Fiduciary ...
Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly
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...anti-trust case against Microsoft, (9 August 2000). Pg 1. http://www.wsws.org/articles/2000/aug2000/micr-a09.shtml DiDio Laura; EU Slaps Microsoft with Record Fines, Sets Stage for More Action, (April 5, 2004). Pg 1. http://techupdate.zdnet.com/techupdate/stories/main/EU_Slaps_Microsoft_with_Record_Fines.html December 22, 2005 (IDG NEWS SERVICE) - Brussels. Pg 1. http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/os/story/0,10801,107277,00.html... Running Head: THE EUROPEAN UNION ACTION ON THE MICROSOFT MONOPOLY Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly [Writer's Name] [Name of Institute] Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly...
Ethics and social responsiblity
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...anti-trust case in Europe for establishing a position of monopoly to the disadvantage of its competitors, leading to major cumbersome settlements against the company (Drake & Matten, 2007, p. 50). Other anti-competitive practices have also been seen among corporations, and these are among the different practices which negate legal corporate... ?CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (lecturer) How can we evaluate whether a company is behaving in a socially responsible manner or not? Introduction Corporate social responsibility has always been one of the most demanding responsibilities which companies face. Reports of corporations not acting responsibly have been manifest in our daily news for so many years. Who ...
Anti-slavely in Uncle Tom's Cabin
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...cases in which fugitive slaves were captured in cities as far north as Boston and sent South. Could anyone watch the public spectacle of a once free black man being dragged through the streets in chains on his way to torture, and oppression and yet remain ambivalent? Historians disagree to what extent the fugitive slave act galvanized sectional interests. But there was no doubt that the abolitionist movement was galvanized. When Stowe encountered otherwise honest, Christian men and women suggesting that it was a patriotic... Harriet Beecher Stowe did not have much interest in slavery early in her life. It was a geographically isolated evil; and while she had heard accounts of slaveholder brutality and...
Discretionary Trust
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...case of discretionary trusts should be any different from the test for certainty of objects - Re Baden's Trust: A trust is a tool of equity to ensure that the intention of the creator of the trust is fulfilled and in the case of constructive trusts the courts use this tool to ensure that justice is fulfilled. The problem that the law commission is discussing refers to the formalities that surround the creation of trusts, disposition of equitable interests and transfer of certain types of trust property that sometimes causes uncertainty of law and/or inequity to happen. This will be seen in this discussion, which will explore... ). For chattels all that needs to be present is intention of the...
Equity & Trust
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...Trust Submitted By Academy "It is said that equity 'supplements' the shortcomings of the common law, but if that is correct it is nevertheless the case that equity only supplements the common law when by doing so it can prevent unconscionable reliance on the shortcomings of the common law. 'Unconscionable' cannot be defined in the abstract; it can only be understood in connection with the facts of particular cases" Royal Brunei v Tan [1995] 3 WLR 64 per Lord Nicholls at 76B-D Introduction The concept of equity in the jurisprudence of common law countries is the name given to the set of legal principles which supplement strict rules of law where in their application would operate... Equity and...
Trust Law
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...Trust Law The problem at hand concerns the determination of the rights of several parties under the Trust Law and the extent of these rights, if any, over the property in issue called Camelot presently registered under the names of Arthur and Guinevere. There are presently several claimants to the property: Guinevere, Merlin, Mordred, Lancelot, and the Round Table Building Society. The purchase of the Camelot property created relationships of trust under the English Trust Law. There are two kinds of trusts: express and implied. As the term implies, Express Trusts require a clear, unequivocal intention of creating a trust; one that is reduced into writing. The facts of the case reveal... was...
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