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Corporate law, codes of conduct and workers' rights by
Call Number: K 1715 Suk 2020
Publication Date: 2020
This book critically explores how increased regulation and governance of corporations can be used to help improve the rights of workers amidst an era of union decline.
EU Migrant Workers, Brexit and Precarity by
Call Number: JV 7625.2 Dud 2019
Publication Date: 2019-04-29
How has the Brexit vote affected EU migrants to the UK? This book presents a female Polish perspective, using findings from research carried out with migrants interviewed before and after the Brexit vote - voices of real people who made their home in the UK. It looks at how migrants view Brexit and what it means for them, how their experiences compare pre- and post-Brexit vote, and their future plans, as well as considering the wider implications of the migrant experience in relation to precarity and the British paid labour market.
A Practical Guide to Mental Health Law in Hong Kong by
Call Number: KNQ 3113 Cha 2019
Publication Date: 2019-08-15
How can we best serve the interest of a family member who becomes mentally incapacitated because of ageing? How can parents of children with autism or Down syndrome arrange their affairs so their children will be taken care of even when they are gone? In light of the ageing population and increased life expectancy, these problems are likely to increase. A Practical Guide to Mental Health Law in Hong Kong will be a good starting point for preparing for the upcoming challenges before it is too late. This book is divided into three parts. Part I consists of twelve modified case studies based on real-life scenarios, which provide an introduction to the relevant mental health law in Hong Kong. Part II highlights the legal procedures and practical considerations for managing the property and affairs of persons suffering from mental incapacitation (MIPs). Part III addresses alternative planning tools such as wills, enduring powers of attorney, continuing powers of attorney, and advance medical directives. The book ends with a discussion of the way forward for Hong Kong, with reference to the mental health law and legal practices in other common law jurisdictions pertinent to the protection of the interests of MIPs. Family members, caregivers for MIPs, and professionals who are in disciplines relevant to the care of the MIPs will find this book a highly informative resource. It will also be useful for legal practitioners who are not familiar with this area of law.
Call Number: KNQ 4632 Pan 2019
Publication Date: 2019-12-01
法學緖論 = Introduction to legal science by
Call Number: K 230 C445 A3 Fa 2019
Publication Date: 2019