OCHENTA Women's Ankle Strap Platform Pump Party Dress High Heel (Beige Sole) PU Black Tag Size 45 - UK 9.5
OCHENTA Women's Ankle Strap Platform Pump Party Dress High Heel (Beige Sole) PU Black Tag Size 45 - UK 9.5
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Feet First Fashion Danita Womens High Stiletto Heel Poi Black Faux Suede 3 UK/36 EU
Feet First Fashion Danita Womens High Stiletto Heel Poi Black Faux Suede 3 UK/36 EU
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Women's Round Toe Stiletto High Heel Platform Slip On Pumps PU Beige EU Size 37 - UK B(M) 4.5
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onlymaker Women's Extreme High Fashion Peep Toe Pumps Handmade for Wedding Party Dress Stiletto Slip On Shoes White UK9
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Beyond High Courts: The Justice Complex in Latin America (Kellogg Institute Series on Democracy and Development)
Beyond High Courts: The Justice Complex in Latin America (Kellogg Institute Series on Democracy and Development)
Beyond High Courts: The Justice Complex in Latin America is a much-needed volume that will make a significant contribution to the growing fields of comparative law and politics and Latin American legal institutions. The book moves these research agendas beyond the study of high courts by offering theoretically and conceptually rich empirical analyses of a set of critical supranational, national, and subnational justice sector institutions that are generally neglected in the literature. The chapters examine the region’s large federal systems (Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico), courts in Chile and Venezuela, and the main supranational tribunal in the region, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Aimed at students of comparative legal institutions while simultaneously offering lessons for practitioners charged with designing such institutions, the volume advances our understanding of the design of justice institutions, how their form and function change over time, what causes those changes, and what consequences they have. The volume also pays close attention to how justice institutions function as a system, exploring institutional interactions across branches and among levels of government (subnational, national, supranational) and analyzing how they help to shape, and are shaped by, politics and law. Incorporating the institutions examined in the volume into the literature on comparative legal institutions deepens our understanding of justice systems and how their component institutions can both bolster and compromise democracy and the rule of law.Contributors: Matthew C. Ingram, Diana Kapiszewski, Azul A. Aguiar-Aguilar, Ernani Carvalho, Natália Leitão, Catalina Smulovitz, John Seth Alexander, Robert Nyenhuis, Sídia Maria Porto Lima, José Mário Wanderley Gomes Neto, Danilo Pacheco Fernandes, Louis Dantas de Andrade, Mary L. Volcansek, and Martin Shapiro.

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27 Irish Employment Law Cases: Priceless Lessons for Employers and Employees from Decided Cases of the EAT, Equality Tribunal, and High Court
27 Irish Employment Law Cases: Priceless Lessons for Employers and Employees from Decided Cases of the EAT, Equality Tribunal, and High Court
Are you an employer who’s worried about employment related claims from employees?Or an employee who’s not sure whether you have a reasonable chance of succeeding with a claim?Are you confused about what constitutes gross misconduct?Are you clear on how to ensure fair selection for redundancy, and what the EAT will look at if there is an unfair dismissal claim?Do you know what questions the High Court looks at when deciding whether you have suffered a personal injury as a result of workplace stress and/or bullying?Are you aware of the tests the EAT apply when deciding a constructive dismissal claim?Do you realise the significance of the difference between being an employee and an independent contractor? And how the Court will decide?Did you know that a settlement agreement may not be as “full and final” as you thought?Employment law in Ireland is complexEmployment law in Ireland is a huge, complex subject. It’s made up of common law, statute, regulations, EU directives, custom and practice, etc.It’s perfectly understandable why you could not keep on top of it all. Especially if you are running a business, or working in a busy job.That’s why this book will help. Because it looks at actual decided cases, from 2010 to 2014, from the bodies who decide the winners and losers of employment cases: the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT), the Equality Authority, and the Courts (the High Court).27 Real CasesI take a look at 27 actual cases-17 from the EAT, 2 from the Equality Tribunal, and 3 from the High Court-and look at the lessons to be learned from them. I also provide a link to the original full decision of 24 of them.The cases cover a wide range of topics, and involve real people in real workplace situations. Cases like the ‘Stale Chicken Wrap’ casethe ‘Missing Jam Tarts’ casethe case of the public transport employee who spat at a customer who was abusing herthe Special Needs Assistant in a Kildare primary school awarded over €250,000 in the High Court for bullying/personal injuriesthe fast food restaurant manager who ‘forgot to pay for his food',the security guard at a shopping centre fired for taking money from shopping centre parking pay stationsand more.So, this book is not a dry statement of what the law states. No, it takes the decisions from the actual decision makers and sees what they have to say about their decisions, how they arrived at those decisions, and the lessons you can learn from them.Written by a practicing solicitorIt's written by a practicing solicitor who has been an employer in Ireland since 1986 in a variety of industries.By the end of this book, you will have a clear idea of what you can, and cannot, do as an employer. You will learn how to deal with employees on long term sick leave, and the best way to terminate those contracts on the grounds of incapacity.Because I take a look at how the Equality Tribunal views such situations, and what the employer needs to do before he terminates.Are you an employee?And if you are an employee, you will know what is, and isn't, acceptable in the workplace,get a good idea of the types of awards made for unfair dismissal, and personal injuries caused by bullying, what a court will look for when you bring a claim for personal injuries arising from workplace bullying,the tests applied by the Employment Appeals Tribunal in constructive dismissal cases,how the EAT views the new legislation protecting temporary agency workers, and more.

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Managing High Conflict People in Court
Managing High Conflict People in Court
This book is designed for judicial officers to use in managing people with high conflict personalities in any courtroom, with an emphasis on family court litigants. This easy-to-read booklet provides judicial officers with accurate and authoritative information about the subject matters covered. It describes general principles and suggestions for judicial officers to immediately put into practice.

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