Asturia Seeks Justice

Question 1 By requesting the DSB to create a panel at its next meeting, Asturia is not acting in accordance with the DSU. There are pre-defined steps that a government must ensure to follow when asking the Dispute Settlement Body to intervene in case of a trade dispute. This first step that the DSB recommend

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                    Advertising ethics and laws

Introduction:  Advertising is one of the most important means of promotional mix optimally used by the advertisers in all the ways. It is the soul of integrated marketing communication for the manufacturers or any service providers. In these days, advertising communication is treated as public communication on media front. One side, the importance of advertising

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Critically discuss the classic account given by Dicey of the doctrine of Parliamentary supremacy and its current relevance in the modern UK and its significance as a general principle of our constitution.

The essay will critically discuss the traditional definition given by Dicey of Parliamentary supremacy, its current relevance in the modern UK and its significance as a general principle of the UK constitution. The common law doctrine of Parliamentary supremacy was defined by Professor AV Dicey[1] as the unlimited and exclusive law making competence of Parliament, which

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Should judges aspire to be ‘formalist’ or ‘naturalist’ in their reasoning and decisions, and what are the implications of this debate for the upcoming Supreme Court judgement in Miller?

Introduction Overview of the long-standing debate between the ‘formalist’ and ‘realist’ academic schools of thought, including Dworkin’s theory of judicial reasoning as a compromise position incorporating both of these. Explain that the fundamental point of disagreement between these schools is the extent to which judges should be flexible and exercise discretion in their application of

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Tortious Defamation

Defamation simply defined: generally, a statement injurious to one’s reputation. E.g. by facilitating ‘hatred, ridicule or contempt’ (Berkoff v Burchill (1996)) or lowers their standing in society’s view (Sim v Stretch (1936)). Why is protecting reputation important? Starkie (1813) – Reputation is a civil right of the same standing as any other, e.g. right to enjoyment of

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