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The Ontological Foundation of Ethics, Politics, and Law

by Francesco Belfiore

In this revised edition, Belfiore adds new concepts and discusses the views of additional thinkers. He gives an ontological foundation to ethics, politics, and law and shows how his thought can reinterpret the...

Attorney Liability After Sarbanes-Oxley

by Marc I. Steinberg

“[Attorney Liability] will soon become the bible for every lawyer practicing in the securities field.... Professor Steinberg has emerged as one of the top scholars in his field.” — Judge Stanley Sporkin...

Corporate Internal Investigations

by Dan K. Webb

Suspected wrongdoing can arise in many areas: environmental law, insider trading, tax law and accounting, to name a few.Corporate Internal Investigations will help you act quickly to address allegations of corporate...

Corporate Criminal Liability and Prevention

by Richard S. Gruner

“A comprehensive, wideranging and balanced book on the topic of corporate criminality.” — John C. Coffee, Jr., Adolf A. Berle Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School“Beyond question, this...

Is Racial Equality Unconstitutional?

by Mark Golub

More than just a legal doctrine, color-blind constitutionalism has emerged as the defining metaphor of the post-Civil Rights era. Even for those challenging its constitutional authority, the language of color-blindness...

The Oxford Handbook of Freedom

by David Schmidtz & Carmen Pavel

We speak of being 'free' to speak our minds, free to go to college, free to move about; we can be cancer-free, debt-free, worry-free, or free from doubt. The concept of freedom (and relatedly the notion of liberty)...

Cofounding The Right Way

by Jana Nevrlka

Jobs & Wozniak, Page & Brin, Ben & Jerry... any list of successful companies seems awash with cofounders who are a match made in business heaven. The benefits are obvious: by combining resources, knowledge,...

Scarlet A

by Katie Watson

Although Roe v. Wade identified abortion as a constitutional right 45 years ago, it still bears stigma--a proverbial scarlet A. Millions of Americans have participated in or benefited from an abortion, but few...


by Anthony Davila

Service to the community means involvement, commitment, and engagement with the entire community, and that includes all of the parts, including police, fire schools, merchants, etc. Providing some law enforcement...

Animal Welfare and Human Values

by Rod Preece & Lorna Chamberlain

As the most populous province in Canada, Ontario is a microcosm of the animal welfare issues which beset Western civilization. The authors of this book, chairman and vice-chairman, respectively, of the Ontario...

Street-Level Sovereignty

by John Brigham, Sarah Marusek, Andrea Pavoni & Allen Linken et al.

Street-Level Sovereignty: The Intersection of Space and Law is a collection of scholarship that considers the experience of law that is subject to social interpretation for its meaning and importance within...


by Deborah L. Rhode

Cheating is deeply embedded in everyday life. The costs of the most common forms of cheating total close to a trillion dollars annually. Part of the problem is that many individuals fail to see such behavior...

The Ethical Engineer

by Robert McGinn

An exploration of the ethics of practical engineering through analyses of eighteen rich case studies

The Ethical Engineer explores ethical issues that arise in engineering practice, from technology transfer to...

Judges in Street Clothes

by Raymond J. McKoski

To maintain public confidence in the judiciary, judges are governed by the strictest of ethical codes. Codes of conduct not only circumscribe a judge’s official conduct but also restrict every aspect of a...

Ethics (Serapis Classics)

by John Dewey & James Tufts

The significance of this text in Ethics lies in its effort to awaken a vital conviction of the genuine reality of moral problems and the value of reflective thought in dealing with them. To this purpose are...

Presumption of Innocence in Peril

by Anthony Gray

This book explains the historical significance and introduction of the presumption of innocence into common law legal systems. It explains that the presumption should be seen as reflecting notions of moral comfort...

Ethics at the Edges of Law

by Cathleen Kaveny

An interdisciplinary conversation between law and Christian thought exists, but has so far been centered in the legal academy. Law scholars have fruitfully critiqued contemporary legal and jurisprudential issues...

They Wished They Were Honest: The Knapp Commission and New York City Police

by Michael Armstrong

Michael Armstrong has spent close to fifty years either defending or prosecuting criminal cases in New York City. His public service has included stints as District Attorney for Queens County, New York, and...


by Charles Foster & Jonathan Herring

Depression is amorphous. It defies easy generalization, and eludes medical and legal categories. Is it part of the self, or its predator? Can a sufferer be held responsible for their actions? This edited collection...

Human Rights in a Posthuman World

by Upendra Baxi

This major work, a sequel to the acclaimed The Future of Human Rights, brings together reflections on human rights theory in the contemporary human condition delineated by the discourses concerning 'development',...