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What are your terms? (part 1)

Terms and conditions, used by everyone, both by buyers and sellers, in business with hardly a second glance yet they form a vital part of any transaction because they clearly define the agreement between the two parties, and can prevent confusion and protect both the business and the customer in the event of a dispute. 420 more words

Commercial Law



During school holiday periods, our community worries as to how young people are going to spend their time during their time away from the classroom. 360 more words


Janice H. v. 696 North Robertson, LLC

A bar and dance club owed a duty of care to protect patrons against sexual assault in its bathroom areas; a unisex bathroom with ADA stalls that had floor to ceiling walls and lockable doors, together with the sexually charged atmosphere of the club and lax security guard policy, indicated there was a clearly foreseeable risk of nonconsensual sex in the bathroom area.  188 more words


TUPE Revisited

TUPE or more formally, Transfer of Undertaking (Protection of Employment) is a piece of legislation that protects the employees of a company from redundancy when a company is sold, so not only will a new owner control the services of the company purchased, but it will also have a fully-functioning workforce. 253 more words

Employment Law

Do workers have a human right to workplace health and safety?

It is common for workers, particularly trade union members, to insist that workers have a right to a safe and healthy workplace and work.  Often this is said to be a Human Right.   682 more words


Research ethics

By Gordon Rugg

I have done questionable things….

Note: I’ve written this article, like all the other Hyde & Rugg blog articles, in my capacity as a private individual, not as a member of Keele University. 2,042 more words

Research Methods