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Luz de poupança (Portuguese Edition)
by Manuel Lage

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Portuguese

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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O médico, um suíço por nacionalidade, estava vestida com uma de três tweed verde com grande gravata borboleta, usando óculos e uma barba branca longa e estreita, o que o fez parecer um santo indiano. Arregaçou a manga do meu pijama, ele estava pendurado na parte interna do meu pulso um pouco de pêndulo e por algum tempo observava enquanto o pêndulo balança e voltas, e então me disse que a quantidade de energia elétrica alocada por me mostra que eu aumento da depressão e um sentimento de preocupação. Foi um desempenho pouco impressionante, mas não tão indiscutível, porque a maioria cair na clínica realmente está deprimido ou preocupado com alguma coisa, mesmo que seja apenas o tamanho de suas contas.
Monthly Cases - Bombay High Court - January 2017: with Full Text ...
by Current Publications

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English

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Publication Date

May 25, 2017

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Covering Cases of Bombay High Court for the Month of January 2017
Monthly Cases - Bombay High Court - March 2017: with Full Text of...
by Current Publications

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English

Pages

84

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May 25, 2017

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Covering Cases of Bombay High Court for the Month of March 2017
No jogo (Portuguese Edition)
by Rodrigo Dias

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Portuguese

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Publication Date

May 26, 2017

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pedras coletores tentou em vão bater-lhe com a bengala - sem peso, como se de uma balsa - ele quase não sentiu os golpes. Quando ele pegou a mulher em seus braços ea levou, sua bengala pendurada em algum lugar atrás dela. Ele sabia que a quinze metros da van - o segmento mais perigoso. Se você vai de carro, e alguém vai olhar para fora dela por acaso, ele iria ver a luta. Mas seu novo petite namorada e muito menos do que ele esperava, quando ela jogou pedras. A única coisa que ela foi capaz de pará-lo com sucesso - muito habilmente agarrados pés de terra. Gerald bateu os joelhos sob o joelho para "dobrar", e ela acelerou o movimento.
Monthly Cases - Supreme Court and Bombay High Court (Criminal) - ...
by Current Publications

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English

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33

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May 25, 2017

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Covering Criminal Cases of Supreme Court and Bombay High Court for the month of January 2017
How to Analyze People: Instantly Analyze Anyone (Underground Play...
by Alfred Smith

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English

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87

Publication Date

May 23, 2017

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<h1>How Analyze People ... Instantly</h1><p>Wouldn’t it be nice if you could meet anybody and, within minutes, know quite a bit about them and even know if they are lying to you? Or perhaps you have an interview coming up and you want to know if your potential future boss is just nodding his head to be nice or if you're actually doing a great job ... <br /></p><p>You can know these things.  In this book, you will learn how to categorize people into personality types upon meeting them.  You will learn how to read people when selling to them.  You will better understand what a woman is thinking when she looks at you.  You will also know when that poker player sitting across from you is bluffing and if the defendant in a court case is lying on the stand. <br /></p><p>Whatever the situation, you will be better equipped to handle it because you are about to discover <strong>The Underground Playbook for Analyzing People</strong> (<strong>Book #1 in series</strong>).<br /></p>
Order and Discipline in China: The Shanghai Mixed Court 1911-1927...
by Thomas B. Stephens

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English

Pages

159

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May 01, 2017

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<P>China�s traditional system of dispute resolution and maintenance of order in society has been treated by Western scholars as legal history, but because the Chinese system is radically different from European systems in its conceptual structure and therefore does not fit into the familiar categories and models of Western law and jurisprudence, such treatment has been inadequate and often misleading. In Order and Discipline in China, Thomas B. Stephens provides a new approach, methodology, and theoretical framework for the interpretation of traditional Chinese �law.�</P><P>Stephens argues convincingly that Chinese society has always operated according to the disciplinary system of order, ni which hierarchy is established by actual power, and he provides a thorough methodology and framework for understanding disciplinary theory. He discusses the system, showing it not the random (or even unjust) tyranny it may sometimes appear to the Western, legally oriented mind but an effective system that successfully guided China for centuries. The study is not merely historical, but provides insights into Chinese ways of thinking about social relationships, dispute resolution, and the enforcement of civil obligations that are vital to intercultural understanding today.</P><P>His study is based on the activities of the Mixed Court of the International Settlement at Shanghai, which dealth with legal problems concerning Chinese people within the representative, or �assessor.� The Mixed Court conventionally has been looked upon as a disciplinary tribunal enforcing a system of dispute resolution and the maintenance of social order upon the principles of disciplinary theory.</P><P>The Mixed Court is a convenient point from which to measure the legal and disciplinary systems against each other and to study them in conflict. Although Western powers tried to interpret the court in legal terms, it responds much more convincingly to analysis according to the disciplinary system: it provided its right to rule by the abililty to enforce its decisions, and it decided cases not, as claimed, by Chinese laws (which actually did not exist) but according to those principles established by the Western consuls.</P><P>Order and Disipline in China will be of interest not only to legal scholars and students of Chinese history and society, but also to students of social order and international relations throughout the world. It also offers practical assistance to Westerners dealing with Chinese business relations, social and political affairs, or dispute settlement.</P>
Democracy, Electoral Systems, and Judicial Empowerment in Develop...
by , Bumba Mukherjee

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English

Pages

376

Publication Date

March 20, 2014

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<div>The power granted to the courts, both in a nation’s constitution and in practice, reveals much about the willingness of the legislative and executive branches to accept restraints on their own powers. For this reason, an independent judiciary is considered an indication of a nation’s level of democracy. Vineeta Yadav and Bumba Mukherjee use a data set covering 159 developing countries, along with comparative case studies of Brazil and Indonesia, to identify the political conditions under which de jure independence is established. They find that the willingness of political elites to grant the courts authority to review the actions of the other branches of government depends on the capacity of the legislature and expectations regarding the judiciary’s assertiveness.</div><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Moving next to de facto independence, Yadav and Mukherjee bring together data from 103 democracies in the developing world, complemented by case studies of Brazil, India, and Indonesia. Honing in on the effects of electoral institutions, the authors find that, when faced with short time horizons, governments that operate in personal vote electoral systems are likely to increase de facto judicial independence whereas governments in party-centered systems are likely to reduce it.
Bitcoin: What You Need To Know About The Cryptocurrency
by Mark Bresett

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English

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62

Publication Date

May 06, 2017

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Bitcoin is the hottest cryptocurrency right now and it is making waves with all of the different options that are available to people who want to get in on the action of Bitcoin and the trading possibilities. <br /><br />In this book, you will learn: <br /><ul><br /><li>What Bitcoin is </li><br /><li>How to start becoming a master at Bitcoin</li><br /><li>Ways to find your own Bitcoin</li><br /><li>The way that trading works</li><br /><li>How the value of Bitcoin has increased</li><br /><li>What you can buy with Bitcoin</li><br /><li>The government’s role in Bitcoin </li><br /><li>And, some fun facts that you may not have known </li><br /></ul><br />Bitcoin is not only a great investment, it is something that you can be entertained with. It is always fun to see the spikes and plummets of the value of your cryptocurrency and you just might be able to see it spike high enough to make selling worthwhile. <br /><br /><h3>Read on to learn as much as possible about Bitcoin and how you can make money from it and discover that investing isn’t the only way that Bitcoin can bring cash in to you.</h3>
Rule 23 and Class Certification
by LandMark Publications

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English

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1346

Publication Date

May 24, 2017

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THIS CASEBOOK contains a selection of U. S. Court of Appeals decisions that analyze, interpret and apply provisions of Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The selection of decisions spans from 2015 to the date of publication.<br /><br />"A district court may certify a case for class-action treatment only if it satisfies the four requirements of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(a)—numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy of representation—and one of the conditions of Rule 23(b)." Jamie S. v. Milwaukee Pub. Schs., 668 F.3d 481, 493 (7th Cir. 2012) (citing FED. R. CIV. P. 23). The plaintiffs sought certification under Rule 23(b)(3), which requires that "questions of law or fact common to class members predominate over any questions affecting individual members." Predominance is "similar to Rule 23(a)'s requirements for typicality and commonality, [but] 'the predominance criterion is far more demanding.'" Messner, 669 F.3d at 814 (quoting Amchem Prods., Inc. v. Windsor, 521 U.S. 591, 623 (1997)). McCaster v. Darden Restaurants, Inc., (7th Cir. 2017).<br /><br />The Supreme Court has explained that "[c]ommonality requires the plaintiff to demonstrate that the class members 'have suffered the same injury'" at the hands of the same defendant. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 564 U.S. 338, 349-50 (2011) (quoting Gen. Tel. Co. of Sw. v. Falcon, 457 U.S. 147, 157 (1982)). But it's not enough for the plaintiffs to show that class members "have all suffered a violation of the same provision of law." Id. at 350. Instead they must show that "the same conduct or practice by the same defendant gives rise to the same kind of claims from all class members." Suchanek, 764 F.3d at 756. "The critical point is 'the need for conduct common to members of the class.'" Id. (quoting In re IKO Roofing Shingle Prods. Liab. Litig., 757 F.3d 599, 602 (7th Cir. 2014)). Put somewhat differently, the class members' claims must depend on a common contention that is "capable of classwide resolution." Wal-Mart, 564 U.S. at 350. McCaster v. Darden Restaurants, Inc., ibid.

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