Modern perspective on contractual obligation Empirical studies of contracting behaviour consistently demonstrate that commercial contracting parties care little for written contracts or the rules of contract law. Should the law of contract manifest any concern over this? If not, why not, and if so, how should the rules of contract law be amended to better […]

Critically comment on the above statement with reference to effect of legislative change introduced by Labour Governments since 1997 in relation to one or more areas of individual employment rights. I. Introduction On the back of four electoral defeats, the Labour party sought to get the party into power by introducing a new set of […]

(a)The UK Parliament wishes to challenge the draft Directive on the basis that it infringes the principle of subsidiarity. The UK Parliament has a system of scrutiny committees that are responsible to review the proposal established by the EU Commission. In the given scenario, the draft Directive touches on the area of ‘Research, Technological Development […]

Part 1 The regulations enacted to shield people against discrimination in the workplace would defend the place of Mr Gruffin (Mr G) who most likely has a legitimate argument that he has been discriminated against despite the fact that extra element would be essential in relation to setting up just why he has been discriminated […]