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Assédio
Price: Free! Words: 24,830. Language: Portuguese. Published: April 17, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Neste volume, figuram mais de dez normas relativas a assédio moral e sexual, entre as quais está a Lei nº 13.185/2015, que criou o Programa de Combate à Intimidação Sistemática (bullying).
New England Law Review: Volume 51, Number 1 - Winter 2017
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 88,820. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2017 by Quid Pro, LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Jurisprudence, Nonfiction » Law » Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Issue 1 features a Symposium, "Behavioral Legal Ethics," by Catherine Gage O'Grady, Milton C. Regan, Jr. & Nancy L. Sachs, Donald C. Langevoort, Tigran W. Eldred, and Wallace J. Mlyniec. The issue also includes an essay by Elizabeth M. Schneider, "Why Feminist Legal Theory Still Needs Mary Joe Frug: Thoughts on Conflicts in Feminism," in honor of the late Professor Frug. Plus Notes and a Comment.
Corruption: Fraud, Embezzlement and Other Bad Acts and the Auditors That Found Them
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 50,530. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Auditing, Nonfiction » Law » Ethics & Professional Responsibility
It is regrettable that audit has become a scary word. Response to, “I’m here to audit you,” is usually a feeling of dread. This is unfortunate because audits, done correctly, are a powerful tool for ensuring the government, or any organization, meets its objectives. They save governments millions of dollars, they secure liberty and they help eliminate corruption.
Trial by Fury: Restoring the Common Good in Tort Litigation
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 26,490. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2012 by Acton Institute. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Ethics & Professional Responsibility
American tort law has become the subject of public scrutiny in the last decades. The criticism cast against it is that its current state bears economic incentives for abuse. But the tort law system engenders an even greater evil: the perversion of the human person.