Memorandum: Practical application of GATT -Essay

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You are the senior trade policy adviser to a fictional Government. This Government is considering a number of initiatives and changes to existing national policy in an effort to stimulate foreign trade. The Minister is preparing a policy document outlining measures which he intends to take to Cabinet for decision by the Government.
You, as the adviser, have been given an advance copy of this document and have been asked to advise on the extent to which the new proposals are compatible with the country s obligations as a member of the World Trade Organization.
You are required to write a memorandum to the Minister in which you explain how the Government s policy is or is not consistent with the country s obligations under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the WTO Agreements.
You are also required to provide advice on what changes to the draft policy would be necessary for the policy to be compliant with GATT and WTO obligations. Your answer should be concise and easy for the Minister to follow.. Be careful to respond to the problem in the format requested, within the overall assignment format. Even though you are writing an opinion for the Minister, 

it is still necessary for you to include your references as footnotes. I will NOT however, expect a bibliography for this assignment.

Purpose of assignment To demonstrate that you understand how trade policy must be formulated by WTO members to meet fundamental GATT/WTO principles and obligations.


Gay marriages and communities of sexual orientation -Essay

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I will upload the article we have to critique. It should include a critical analysis of the research methods used as well as an overall critical analysis of the article. For eg. we could critique the methods for being very old, number of people included in the research could be critiqued, research methods used could be critiqued.


Advise Mrs Smith on what steps the Local Authority can and should take. Please ensure that you provide her with information on the measures that can be taken by the Local Authority in the short term and also in the long term if necessary

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Family Law Coursework 3 – February 2013

The Barrett family recently moved into a rented house in St Albans. The family consists of the mother, Shirley and her 3 children and Shirley’s boyfriend Donald who lives with them. The children are Danni aged 5, Charlie aged 7 and Emily who is 14.
Their next door neighbour, Mrs Smith, who is also the practice nurse at the local surgery, has started to have some serious concerns about what is going on within the family. The two younger children appear to play out in the street all day often late into the evening and look very untidy and unwashed. Mrs Smith has also noticed bruises on the children and Charlie is extremely aggressive and violent towards the other children in the street. The younger girl, Danni, has come into her house on a number of occasions to play with her daughter who is of the same age. Mrs Smith has noticed that Danni’s language is very sexual for girl of her age. The children do not appear to attend school regularly and the older girl Emily looks like she may be pregnant. Mrs Smith often hears arguing and crying coming from their house and has not seen their mother around for some weeks. She decides to call round, with an invitation for Danni to her daughter’s birthday party. Shirley answers the door, wearing a sling around her arm and tells her that Danni is ill and cannot come to the party. When Mrs Smith asks Shirley what happened to her arm, Donald comes to the door and tells her to mind her own business and slams the door in her face.
Mrs Smith feels that something is very wrong and she decided to talk to her colleagues at work. The consensus is that the Local Authority should be contacted and alerted to these concerns.
Advise Mrs Smith on what steps the Local Authority can and should take. Please ensure that you provide her with information on the measures that can be taken by the Local Authority in the short term and also in the long term if necessary.

In order to achieve a pass in this module, a student is required to achieve a minimum overall mark of 40% with no less than 35% in each assessment element weighted 20% or more.
The assignment itself should be in double line spacing to allow for the markers’ comments in Arial font size 10.
The word count for coursework will NOT include footnotes or the bibliography. However, footnotes must not include material that should be in the body of the answer or be used as a means to circumvent the word count.
Your coursework answer should be properly referenced using the Oxford Referencing System (OSCOLA) see
Your name must not appear on your assignment.
All assessed coursework is marked anonymously and you are allocated an exam number for this purpose for each year of the programme. This number will be available to you via the student record system. Please be aware that your exam number will therefore change for each academic year you are studying. The exam number is not to be confused with your student registration number on your ID card.

Your exam number and module name should appear on every page of your essay and each page should be numbered. This is best achieved by use of the header and footer tool. You are also required to put your exam number and module title in the file name of your assignment when submitting on StudyNet (e.g. EU Law 640101.doc). Your word count must appear at the end of your work.

Students are required to submit their written coursework work electronically via Studynet unless instructed otherwise in the module guide


sample of employment contract for legal writing course -Essay

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Sample of employment contract for teachers in a school include employee nationality, address, Id number < these should be empty
Include employer, name of school, address
The following statement should be included in the introduction or job description (when the employee wanted work for the employer and both agreed, then both parties will agree as follows:
This introduction is a part of thid contact)
Article 1 duties and responsibilities
Article 2 financial benefits ( the employee should be entitled for the following benefits: A- a basic salary in amount of. …, B-housing allowances or specific accommodation"monthly, or annually" C- transportation allowances in amount of (..) payed in (..)"monthly, or annually" , D- health insurance provided for the employee and …… family members
Article 3 working hours A- 8 hours daily, 6days a week, B- 48 hours per week
Article 4 holidays and leaves (the employee is entitled for the following paid leaves
A- for one day a week or to be assigned later
B-annual leave ()
C- maternity leave (females only)
D-sick leave
Article 5 kids schooling max 2 children max amount 25000 annually. Discount 10% foe 2 children.
Air tickets to employews national resident economy clasa annually including 3 family members or financial compensation.
Article 6 new issues and responsibilities may arise.
In case of Resignation or ending of contract each party will deserve a compensation from the other party estimated by 2 basic salaries for the non breaching party.
End of service bonus
Duration of the contract 1 academic year to be renewed.


Draft a short ad hoc abitration agreement in England to cover the arbitration regarding the contract (and potential associated consequences-Essay

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Hi ,

Draft a short ad hoc abitration agreement in England to cover the arbitration regarding the contract (and potential associated consequences) I have provided as part of the scenario and there may be a claim in negligence too.

i will attached the the facts of the contract
and for the arbitrator you can put any name and under the England and Wales law


Basel III: will there be a need for Basel IV -Essay

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You are to write 5,000 words in the form of either (1) a scholarly article intended for publication in a major US law journal or (2) a research proposal for funding on any of the following topics:

2. An analysis of Basel III; or
Note the word count does not include:

• Footnotes (which should contain references to the specific page of the relevant document, the relevant regulation, case law, legal article and book),
• Bibliography (which should be contain a list of all footnoted references in alphabetical order by surname of author) and
• Appendices (documents which you deem relevant but will not be read by the marker for purposes of marking).

You are advised to speak to the Instructor about the title of your assignment before submitting a proposal. Your proposal is not marked but it should contain: (1) a Title Page with sub-title, abstract, (2) an Abstract stating your thesis or research question in no more than 300 words; (3) an Outline of Proposed Contents with numbered section headings and one-sentence descriptions of each section; and (4) a Literature Review or Bibliography of a minimum of 30 articles, books and/or legal cases that are relevant to your thesis. Note: to achieve a mark of distinction usually requires a credible research base of at least 100 separate bibliographic items.


Healthcare Law -Essay

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Mr. Albert Crenshaw, aged 45 years, is employed as a computer specialist. Through his employer in the private sector, he has obtained health coverage with the Happy Family Health Plan, which is an MCO. Happy Family has a network of participating physicians who have agreed to provide services to Happy Family enrollees.

Each enrollee is required to choose a PCP from Happy Family’s list of participating physicians. Because Mr. Crenshaw had recently moved to the area, he did not know any doctors. Therefore, he chose Dr. Julia Smith as his PCP because she was on the list for Happy Family’s network.

Dr. Smith is a physician in private practice. Happy Family entered into a participating physician contract with her because she was willing to provide services at a discount. In paying Dr. Smith, Happy Family withholds 20% of her fee for each visit and puts that 20% into a risk pool. At the end of the year, Dr. Smith will share in any money left in the pool.

Happy Family’s participating physician agreement is a standard form contract. It specifies that participating physicians are independent contractors, rather than employees or agents of Happy Family. In addition the contract between Happy Family and Dr. Smith provides that it may be terminated by either party, with our without cause, on 30 days notice to the other party.

In the community in which Dr. Smith practices, it has been routine medical practice for many years to give an electrocardiogram (EKG) to any patient older than 40 years who complained of chest pains. However, on October 5, 1998, Happy Family sent a bulletin to Dr. Smith and the other participating physicians with regard to Happy Family’s new policy on EKGs. Under that new policy, EKGs will only be covered by the plan if the patient is older than 50 years.

Approximately 3 weeks later, on October 25, 1998, Mr. Crenshaw began experiencing chest pains after working out at his gym during his lunch hour. He immediately went to Dr. Smith’s office. She knew Mr. Crenshaw was covered by the happy family health plan, and she remembered the recent bulletin she had received from the plan. Dr. Smith examined Mr. Crenshaw but did not perform an EKG, even though performing an EKG under those circumstances was the routine practice in the community at the time.

Dr. Smith advised Mr. Crenshaw that he was safe for him to go back to work. Mr. Crenshaw did go back to work, where he died of a heart attack two hours later.

As soon as Dr. Smith heard about the death of Mr. Crenshaw, she called the president of Happy Family Health Plan. Dr. Smith told him that from now on she was going to order an EKG for every patient who needs it, regardless of age. The next day, Happy Family responded by giving Dr. Smith 30 days notice of termination from the plan which would effectively prevent her from treating any Happy Family patients.

Subsequently, Mr. Crenshaw’s widow sued Dr. Smith for medical malpractice in state court. The plaintiff (Mrs. Crenshaw) had an expert witness who testified that Mr. Crenshaw would not have died if he had been given an EKG instead of being sent back to work. Mrs. Crenshaw also claimed that Happy Family gave financial incentives to Dr. Smith to encourage her to provide less care to patients covered by the plan. According to Mrs. Crenshaw and her lawyer, those financial incentives should be illegal and, at the very least, should have been fully disclosed to Mr. Crenshaw.

In response, Dr. Smith denied that she was liable for the death of Mr. Crenshaw. According to Dr. Smith, she satisfied the new standard of care as established by the Happy Family Health Plan. In addition, Dr. Smith’s lawyer argued that the financial arrangements between Dr. Smith and Happy Family were entirely lawful and that Dr. Smith had no legal obligation to disclose her financial arrangements to Mr. Crenshaw. Finally, Dr. Smith’s lawyer contended that the medical malpractice case should be thrown out of court a cause of the federal law known as ERISA, which regulates employer-sponsored health plans such as Mr. Crenshaw’s plan.

In addition, Mrs. Crenshaw sued the Happy Family Health Plan in state court for damages caused by Happy Family’s improper denial of benefits. According to Mrs. Crenshaw, Happy Family’s refusal to pay for a necessary diagnostic tests was a substantial cause for her husband’s death. Therefore, Mrs. Crenshaw claimed that she is entitled to $1 million from Happy Family to compensate her and her children for 20 years of Mr. Crenshaw’s lost wages. In addition, she asked the court to make Happy Family pay $10 million in punitive damages to teach them a lesson and encourage them to change their policy for the future. However, Happy Family’s defense lawyer responded that the case against Happy Family may only be heard in a federal court because of the federal ERISA law on employee health plans. Moreover, according to Happy Family’s lawyer, even if Mrs. Crenshaw wins the case, she cannot recover $1 million in lost wages or $10 million in punitive damages for Happy Family. Rather the most that she can possibly recover against Happy Family is the cost of the EKG exam, which would have been covered by the plan.

Who is likely to prevail on each claim, and why?


Assessment 1 BUSL320 Revenue Law Essay -Essay

Read the soon to be uploaded unit outline, the question is on page 29 if opened with microsoft word. This essay is the assessment task 1 in the unit outline. The question is titled ESSAY QUESTION: Pauline and follow the required. LECTURE NOTES will be needed and helpful to finish and help do the essay. Names of prescribed textbooks and sources related and that can aid to this subject has also been published in the unit outline. Appropriate references and bibliography will also be needed to be provided in the essay. Please read the question and requirements in the unit outline properly and also please do refer to the lecture notes please thank you anything ask me thanks again !



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my tutor request me do data collection for the dissertation .
but he had comments , for example , the proposal didn’t considered the topic,needs to be concentrating more in the topic issues.
he want to concentrating on:
1- the UK have available safety information the Saudi Arabia ,
2- look to specific safety regulations in UK and Saudi Arabia,
3- investigate the UK how the safety information are available and how it in Saudi Arabia.

give as examples for safety regulations in Saudi Arabia and UK.
and how they practice this regulations.

( use the websites for some companies and government in Saudi Arabia )

needs to be the references are available and easy to accesses it


Military Law – Essay

The essay should be typed (double spaced). Margins should allow sufficient space for marker to comment on the text. It should be properly footnoted at the bottom of each page. Do not use a bibliography.

Length: 2500 words (not including footnotes or bibliography). A range of 10% either side of 2500 words will be acceptable.

The essay must comply with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation.

Question 1.
1. (a) What is torture and how has it been defined in international instruments prohibiting it?

(b) Under the doctrine of “act of State”, can an individual be shielded from criminal responsibility for an act he or she committed in the name of or as an agent of a state? Which ICTY case amended the definition of torture and how? What three elements of the torture definition remain contentious?

(c) Why do States / individuals torture? Is it effective? Why or why not? Explain with reference to the experience of one of the following: Israeli, American or French experience.

(d) What is the ticking time bomb scenario? Analyse the scenario on an ethical basis. What is the view of Alan Dershowitz? What is the contrary view?