By Wolfgang Schön, Caroline Heber
Das Buch befasst sich mit aktuellen und grundsätzlichen Entwicklungen zur Einwirkung des Europäischen Rechts auf die Steuerrechtsordnungen der Mitgliedstaaten. Mittels des Anwendungsvorrangs des Unionsrechts überlagert und prägt das Europäische Steuerrecht heute weite Teile der nationalen Steuergesetze. Europäische Grundrechte und Grundfreiheiten stehen dabei ebenso im Mittelpunkt dieses Buches wie die Frage nach Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Rechtsangleichung oder aktuelle Herausforderungen wie der Kampf gegen internationale Steuervermeidung. Die in diesem Buch bearbeiteten Themen reichen von aktuellen Streitfragen in der Rechtsprechung des Europäischen Gerichtshofs bis hin zu Fundamentalthemen europäischer Systembildung im Steuerrecht.
By Sarah Lupton, Stanley Cox, Hugh Clamp
By Tom Bingham
'The Rule of Law' is a word a lot used yet little tested. the belief of the guideline of legislation because the beginning of contemporary states and civilisations has lately develop into much more talismanic than that of democracy, yet what does it truly consist of?
In this really good brief booklet, Britain's former senior legislations lord, and one of many world's so much acute felony minds, examines what the assumption truly potential. He makes transparent that the guideline of legislations isn't an arid felony doctrine yet is the root of a good and simply society, is a warrantly of dependable govt, is a vital contribution to monetary progress and provides the easiest skill but devised for securing peace and co-operation. He in short examines the ancient origins of the guideline, after which advances 8 stipulations which seize its essence as understood in western democracies this day. He additionally discusses the lines imposed at the rule of legislation by means of the probability and adventure of foreign terrorism.
The ebook may be influential in lots of various fields and may develop into a key textual content for someone drawn to politics, society and the nation of our global.
By Stefan Jurasinski
The various earliest examples of medieval canon legislation are penitentials - texts enumerating the sins a confessor may come upon between laypeople or different clergy and suggesting technique of reconciliation. usually they gave recommendation on issues of secular legislation besides, providing judgments at the right technique to agreement a wedding or at the therapy of slaves. This e-book argues that their value to extra common legal-historical questions, lengthy suspected through historians yet hardly explored, is most blatant in a massive (and usually misunderstood) subgroup of the penitentials: composed in outdated English. although in line with Latin resources - largely these attributed to Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury (d. 690) and Halitgar of Cambrai (d. 831) - those texts recast them into new ordinances intended to raised go well with the wishes of English laypeople. The previous English penitentials therefore witness to how one early medieval polity confirmed a practice of written vernacular legislations.
By Daniel J Solove
Seven days per week, twenty-four hours an afternoon, digital databases are compiling information regarding you. As you surf the web, an unheard of quantity of your own details is being recorded and preserved eternally within the electronic minds of desktops. for every person, those databases create a profile of actions, pursuits, and personal tastes used to enquire backgrounds, fee credits, industry items, and make a wide selection of choices affecting our lives. The construction and use of those databases—which Daniel J. Solove calls “digital dossiers”—has so far long past mostly unchecked. during this startling account of latest applied sciences for amassing and utilizing own facts, Solove explains why electronic dossiers pose a grave danger to our privacy.
The electronic Person units forth a brand new figuring out of what privateness is, person who is acceptable for the hot demanding situations of the data Age. Solove recommends how the legislations may be reformed to concurrently defend our privateness and make allowance us to benefit from the merits of our more and more electronic world.
The first quantity within the sequence EX MACHINA: legislations, expertise, AND SOCIETY
By Sabine Müller-Mall
This booklet is anxious with a imperative query in modern felony thought: find out how to describe worldwide legislation? In addressing this question, the ebook brings jointly gains which are diverse and but attached to each other: the conceptual description of up to date legislation at the one hand, and techniques of taking concrete views on legislations nonetheless.
The publication offers an invaluable suggestion for describing international legislation: deliberating legislation spatially. It illustrates that house is an idea with the skill to seize the relationality, dynamics, and hybridity of legislations. additionally, this booklet investigates the function of topological considering to find concrete views on legislations.
Legal areas deals an cutting edge and interdisciplinary method of law.
By Noah Feldman
A tiny, ebullient Jew who begun as America's prime liberal and ended as its most famed judicial conservative. A Klansman who turned an absolutist recommend of loose speech and civil rights. A backcountry attorney who started out making an attempt instances approximately cows and went directly to behavior crucial overseas trial ever. A self-invented, tall-tale Westerner who narrowly overlooked the presidency yet extended person freedom past what someone ahead of had dreamed.
Four extra diverse males might not often be imagined. but that they had sure issues in universal. each one was once a self-made guy who got here from humble beginnings at the fringe of poverty. each one had using ambition and a will to prevail. every one used to be, in his personal approach, a genius.
They started as shut allies and acquaintances of FDR, however the quest to form a brand new structure led them to pageant and infrequently outright war. SCORPIONS tells the tale of those 4 nice justices: their dating with Roosevelt, with one another, and with the turbulent global of the nice melancholy, international conflict II, and the chilly struggle. It additionally serves as a historical past of the trendy structure itself.
By Jeff Benedict
Suzette Kelo was once simply attempting to rebuild her lifestyles while she bought a falling down Victorian residence perched at the waterfront in New London, CT. the home wasn't really fancy, yet with plenty of exertions Suzette used to be in a position to flip it right into a domestic that used to be very important to her, a house that represented her new came across independence.
Little did she comprehend that town of recent London, eager to revive its flailing financial system, desired to raze her condo and the others love it that sat alongside the waterfront so one can win a profitable Pfizer pharmaceutical agreement that will deliver new company into the town. Kelo and fourteen buddies flat out refused to promote, so town made up our minds to workout its energy of eminent area to sentence their houses, launching essentially the most remarkable criminal instances of our time, a case that finally reached the USA best court docket.
In Little purple House, award-winning investigative journalist Jeff Benedict takes us behind the curtain of this example -- certainly, Suzette Kelo speaks for the 1st time approximately all of the info of this inspirational actual tale as one lady led the cost to tackle company the United States to save lots of her domestic.