Anarchy, State, and Utopia was published in 1974 by Robert Nozick and within its pages Nozick outlines his view on how a state should operate, arguing in favor of a minimal state, limited in its operation to the function of protection, namely protecting its citizens from unlawful force, fraud and theft.
The objective of a first interview with a client is to get as much information from them in order to ascertain what their legal problem is, whether they have a case and how you can use your legal skills to solve their problem.
Having an interview with a lawyer can be extremely uncomfortable for a person, especially if they have not had any previous dealings with one. The client may be reluctant to reveal everything to the lawyer, so it is their job to make the client feel at ease and be willing to tell their story.
A company, as it currently stands, assumes a separate legal personality from its shareholders, using this metaphor to ‘hide’ its directors behind the ‘corporate veil.’ The purpose of this structure is to encourage entrepreneurship through the shifting of risks of business failure to the company’s creditors. The courts are reluctant to lift this ‘corporate veil’, often leaving creditors in a disadvantaged position should the company fail.
Legal positivism is considered as one of the most influential theoretical approaches to analyzing international law.
Reducing Australia’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Analysis Of Legislative And Non-Legislative Mechanisms (Part 3):
The second major pillar of the Government's 'Clean Energy Future' plan is the use of renewable energy. The Government plans to invest over $13 billion in clean energy projects and has created two new government bodies to oversee this investment.