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History / Archeology - Law - 26.01.2010
Lost Roman law code discovered in London
Lost Roman law code discovered in London
Simon Corcoran and Benet Salway made the breakthrough after piecing together 17 fragments of previously incomprehensible parchment. The fragments were being studied at UCL as part of the Arts & Humanities Research Council-funded 'Projet Volterra' ? a ten-year study of Roman law in its full social, legal and political context.

Law - Economics / Business - 06.01.2010
Low-paid workers suffer high rate of workplace abuse, UCLA survey shows
An alarmingly high number of Los Angeles County workers at the bottom of the labor market are the victims of "wage theft" and other workplace violations by employers, who on average deprive workers of 12.5 percent of their weekly paycheck, according to a study released today, Jan. 6, by three researchers with the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment at UCLA.

Computer Science - Law - 04.01.2010
'Civic technologies' developed at Princeton shed light on government issues
'Civic technologies' developed at Princeton shed light on government issues
Edward Felten and Stephen Schultze use computers as flashlights. The Princeton computer scientists recently oversaw the launch of two Web-based technologies to illuminate the workings of government by making court records and the federal government's "newspaper," the Federal Register, easily accessible online.

Law - Administration - 27.10.2009
What’s the most important thing to do when riding motorcycles?
October 28, 2009 — Coral Gables — One of the joys of riding a motorcycle is the freedom that comes with that form of travel. However the absence of physical barriers to protect riders puts motorcyclists at a higher risk of injury than other motorists. Motorcycle fatalities have been on the rise for many years, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.

Law - Computer Science - 14.10.2009
New Research by Law Professor Analyzes Efficacy of the FCC’s Current Rules
October 15, 2009 — Coral Gables — University of Miami Law Professor Lili Levi has recently authored a research paper titled "A 'Pay or Play' Experiment to Improve Children's Educational Television." Levi's article addresses both the constitutionality and the efficacy of the FCC's current rules that effectively require broadcasters to air three hours per week of what the Commission defines as "core" children's educational programming.

Law - 23.03.2009
Individual landlords dominate rental market in Scotland
Research from the University of Sheffield has shown that the large majority of private rented housing in Scotland is owned by individual landlords rather than large-scale companies, despite deregulation in 1989. The findings have been published by the Scottish Government today (Tuesday 24 March) as part of its review of the role of the private rented sector in Scotland´s housing market.

Social Sciences - Law - 28.10.2008
Ist das neue Gesetz gegen häusliche Gewalt effizient?
Mit den neuen Bestimmungen des Schweizerischen Strafgesetzbuches zur Strafverfolgung in der Ehe und in der Partnerschaft soll häusliche Gewalt besser bekämpft werden.
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