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Public Finance: Legal Aspects

by Emiliia Dmytrenko, Yurii Pyvovar, Danil Getmantsev & Olena Hedziuk et al.

Monograph “Public finance: legal aspects” is a paper written by the team of leading Ukrainian scholars in the sphere of finance law and initiated by Financial Law Center and Department of Financial Law of...

Managing Copyright in Higher Education

by Donna L. Ferullo

As more and more colleges and universities establish copyright offices and/or assign the responsibilities of copyright education and advisory services to specific individuals within the institution, many times...

Creative Commons: a user guide

by Simone Aliprandi

Here is an operational manual which guides creators step by step in the world of Creative Commons licenses, the most famous and popular licenses for free distribution of intellectual products. Without neglecting...

The Commercial Society

by Samuel Gregg

Once relatively confined to parts of Europe and North America, commercial societies are now found in many other cultures and continents. Yet despite the international spread and growth of commercial order, the...

Copyright Policies and Workflows in Libraries

by Allyson Mower

Copyright situations in libraries can get complicated. How do librarians know how much they can copy? Is everything in libraries fair use? Can librarians let people show movies in the library? Do new services...

Blood in the Water

by Walter Champion & Carlos A. Velasquez

This book looks at mass tort litigation in a variety of formats including lawsuits against manufacturers and Big Pharma. The authors argue that without the personal injury bar, outrageous examples of rampant...

Peers, Pirates, and Persuasion

by John Logie

John Logie examines the rhetoric of the ongoing debate over peer-to-peer technologies, in particular Napster and its successors. The Grokster case, he contends, has already produced the chilling effects that...

Family Governance and Surplus Wealth

by Russell Prior

With the expected rise in the global total of ultra-wealthy individuals, and the trillions of dollars and family businesses predicted to change hands over the next two decades, the considerable challenges involved...

It Should Not Happen in America

by Richard M. Scrushy

A defendant in two of the most infamous Southern trials of the twenty-first century, Richard M. Scrushy has twice found himself in the crosshairs of the U.S. Department of Justice. In both cases, he proclaims...

The Law of Property

by Robert Chambers

The law of property is the most commonly encountered area of law because we rely on it every day. Within a legal context, the word property refers to the rights that people have to their things, not to the things...

Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Changes of Corporate Control, 3/e

by Christopher C. Nicholls

This book offers a succinct and insightful discussion of the principal laws governing mergers and acquisitions transactions conducted in Canada. It draws on a collection of loosely related legal principles and...

The Law of Partnerships and Corporations, 4/e

by J. Anthony VanDuzer

This accessible and practical reference provides an overview of the essential features of the law governing business organizations in Canada, both in theory and practice. It is a comprehensive and up-to-date...

Creative Expression and the Law

by Nancy Whitmore

Creative Expression and the Law helps readers better comprehend the legal pitfalls that can present themselves when artists and content creators are generating ideas, producing content and protecting and defending...

Everyday Law for Actors

by Robert Woods

Everyday Law for Actors is a resource and reference book, providing both professional working actors, and those who aspire to be, with clear, easy-to-read information about the everyday laws they need to know....

Preserving Neighborhoods

by Aaron Passell

Historic preservation is typically regarded as an elitist practice. In this view, designating a neighborhood as historic is a project by and for affluent residents concerned with aesthetics, not affordability....

Freedom From the Market

by Mike Konczal

The progressive economics writer redefines the national conversation about American freedom

“Mike Konczal [is] one of our most powerful advocates of financial reform‚ [a] heroic critic of austerity‚ and...

The Business of Trademarks

by Carol Chadirjian

We come in contact with many trademarks each day on television, retail stores, Internet. The Business of Trademarks explains why trademarks are so important to businesses and how they identify the manufacturer...

The Versatility of the Real Estate Asset Class -  the Singapore Experience

by Kim Hin David Ho

Chapter 1 takes a close look at two types of heterogeneous investors (momentum and disposition) to form a unique difference model, to interpret housing price dynamics. Three parameters are crucial, namely, auto-correlation,...

The Housing Crisis in California and Beyond

by Singchou Wu

The author came to the US in 1962 from Taiwan and worked for $1 an hour while federal minimum wage was $1.15 an hour. By 1969, he got a Master of Science Degree, a Ph.D. in Statistics and a teaching job at California...

Reclaiming the Commons

by Vandana Shiva & Ronnie Cummins

Reclaiming the Commons: Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, and the Rights of Mother Earth lays out the scientific, legal, political, and cultural struggle to defend the sovereignty of biodiversity and indigenous...