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Publisher: Kluwer Law International   (Total: 20 journals)   [Sort by number of followers]

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  • A Critical Analysis of Usual Authority in Agency Contracts
    • Abstract: The nature of usual authority has been on focus and, in fact, has occasioned much debate in the law of agency particularly as a result of unfolding arguments relating to its scope. The fundamental point is whether usual authority emanates from the other known types of authority an agent may possess in order to effectively represent a principal. Again, it is unsettled whether usual authority can exist in its own independent right as a category of authority. This article attempts a critical analysis on usual authority based on a review of a plethora of decided cases. In particular, the locus classicus case of Watteau v. Fenwick is examined and further analysed in the light of the legal views of judges, scholars and several commentators and cases subsequently decided; all of which attempt to uncover when a principal can be held liable for the acts of an agent that are customary to the particular position occupied by the agent.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 39, Issue 1
      Authors
      Chibike Amucheazi, University of Glamorgan
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  • Theoretical Reflections on the Application of the Bail-In Tool to Chinese
           Banks in Crisis
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      Part of Volume 39, Issue 1
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      Marco Bodellini, An Associate Lecturer in Banking and Financial Law at Queen Mary University of London
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  • ‘A Bridge Too Far’: A Critique of Canada’s Oppression
           Remedy
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      Part of Volume 39, Issue 1
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      Alex Fomcenco, PH.D., LL.M., LL.B., is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University, Denmark
      Dave Deonarain, LL.M. (Canadian Common Law), LL.M. (International Business), LL.B., lives and works in Toronto, Canada
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  • Navigating the Uncharted Risks of Covert Advertising in Influencer
           Marketing
    • Abstract: Nowadays one of the more commonly used types of advertisement is through the use of influencers by brands on social media. There is no doubt about social media’s – and therefore the influencers’ – potential to reach a wide range of global consumers. Accordingly, such reach makes this global, newly-emerging group of tastemakers very valuable to brands. However, there is a catch: when content about a product is generated by influencers e.g. on their Instagram account, how do the consumers know whether the influencer genuinely used and liked that product, or whether there is a commercial relationship between the brand and the influencer, and such relationship is the real reason the influencer is posting about that product'
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 39, Issue 1
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      Gönenç Gürkaynak, Managing Partner at the Turkish law firm ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law
      Ç. Olgu Kama, Partner at the Turkish law firm ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law
      Burcu Ergün, Associate at the Turkish law firm ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law
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  • Business Ethics, Contractarianism, and (Optional') Fiduciary Duties in
           Corporate Law
    • Abstract: Fiduciary law is in a perpetual state of evolution – yet its application to corporate law remains a constant. This article examines the role of fiduciary law in limited liability companies (LLCs) and advances the view that the examination of the LLC/fiduciary nexus may instruct legal theorists as to whether fiduciary law has ethical origins or is strictly contract based. The analysis, the article concludes, helps understand whether fiduciary duties exist only if denoted in a contract, or whether there are overarching ethical and judicial principles that render certain business relationships fiduciary by nature.
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      Salar Ghahramani, An Assistant Professor of Business Law and International Law & Policy at Penn State University - Abington)
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  • A Continuity of Confusion Rather than a Helpful Synthesis: The UK Supreme
           Court’s Failure to Clarify the Correct Approach to Contract
           Interpretation
    • Abstract: This article considers a recent statement from the UK Supreme Court concerning the purported continuity of the judicial approach to contract interpretation. The author argues that, rather than one of continuity, the approach has been one of inconsistency and remains unclear.
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      Lee Mason, Barrister-at-Law (England & Wales), Accredited Mediator (CEDR & HKMAAL)
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  • The Forgotten Regulation
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      David Flint, A partner in the IP, Technology and Commercial Law Group at MacRoberts LLP
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  • In Parliament
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