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Terrorism is a critical issue in the security concerns of the United States of America, which involves such aspects as the territory, the citizens abroad as well as the ambassadorial infrastructure in other countries. There was much tension about the issue of security after the bombing of the World Trade Center in 2001, and since […]

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When entering into contracts, the parties involved are advised to be very careful in order to avoid issues that come with breach of contracts. As a result of such eventualities contracts, laws are established to regulate most of the details that are exchanged between the contracting parties. Despite the existence of such laws, a number […]

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Administrative agencies perform numerous functions. Some of these functions are informal. Different laws and regulations govern these functions, but statute does not govern majority of informal procedures. Thus, agencies exercise some discretion. Limits and types of discretion will be described below. A current research paper will focus on arbitration and mediation. Administrative Agencies Administration agencies […]

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Being one of the ten components of the Bill of Rights, the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution outlines fundamental constitutional boundaries of the police procedure. Numerous experts highlight the tremendous impact of its clauses on the development of fair legal proceeding in the United States. Nevertheless, some scholars focus on certain negative consequences […]

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Distribution Channels Internet shopping has become a supplement to the Blackberry’s retail outlets in the promotion of the BlackBerry Passport smartphone (“BlackBerry Limited Company Information,” n. d.).  BlackBerry Limited aims at providing the best Internet selling services to its customers. The company aimed at maximizing the available potential of Internet trading after the release of […]

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The Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, Philip Hamburger, is opposed to the ‘absolutism’ underlying conventional administrative law in the United States of America. He describes administrative law or power as an ‘off-road driving’ that is a way of by-passing the constitutional authorities, namely legislative, executive and judicial, in attempt to enforce binding judicial […]

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