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Employer liability for death by suicide or stress and overwork in the workplace. (2009)
Journal Article
MIDDLEMISS, S. 2009. Employer liability for death by suicide or stress and overwork in the workplace. Juridical review, 2009(4), pages 245-263.

This article deals with the complex problem of determining the liability of an employer under the law of delict for death by suicide at work (resulting from workplace causes) or death of an employee caused by stress or overwork. It will concentrate o... Read More about Employer liability for death by suicide or stress and overwork in the workplace..

Recent changes in the evidential requirements in indirect sex and race discrimination cases. (2009)
Journal Article
MIDDLEMISS, S. and DOWNIE, M. 2009. Recent changes in the evidential requirements in indirect sex and race discrimination cases. International journal of law and management [online], 51(6), pages 367-373. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/17542430911005909

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to critically analyse the impact of recent case law on the various evidential requirements in the area of indirect sex and indirect race discrimination in employment. It is intended to distil from the case law a... Read More about Recent changes in the evidential requirements in indirect sex and race discrimination cases..

Corporate criminal liability in the United Kingdom: determining the appropriate mechanism of imputation. (2009)
Thesis
NANA, C.N. 2009. Corporate criminal liability in the United Kingdom: determining the appropriate mechanism of imputation. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

The objectives of this thesis are twofold: firstly, demonstrate that the string of contradictions stretching across substantive and procedural corporate criminal law may be avoided if courts refer to an appropriate mechanism of imputation; and second... Read More about Corporate criminal liability in the United Kingdom: determining the appropriate mechanism of imputation..

Employers' liability for occupational stress and death from overwork in the United States and the United Kingdom. (2009)
Journal Article
KOBAYASHI, T. and MIDDLEMISS, S. 2009. Employers' liability for occupational stress and death from overwork in the United States and the United Kingdom. Common law world review [online], 38(2), page 137-169. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1350/clwr.2009.38.2.0186

The premise of this article is that those persons that excessively overwork can die as a result through stress related illness or suicide. In this article we will undertake a comparative analysis of the legal treatment of stress related illness at wo... Read More about Employers' liability for occupational stress and death from overwork in the United States and the United Kingdom..

The relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts. (2009)
Journal Article
CHRISTIE, S.A. 2009. The relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts. Journal of criminal law [online], 73(2), pages 153-164. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1350/jcla.2009.73.2.561

There has been much debate about the relevance of punishment in cases of impossible attempts. This article sets out the current position in Anglo-American jurisdictions and considers the rationale behind punishment in hypothetical impossible attempt... Read More about The relevance of harm as the criterion for the punishment of impossible attempts..

Hackers beware: the cautionary story of Gary McKinnon. (2009)
Journal Article
ARNELL, P. and REID, A. 2009. Hackers beware: the cautionary story of Gary McKinnon. Information and communications technology law [online], 18(1), pages 1-12. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13600830902727822

The law of extradition was changed following the 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. Subsequent practice has seen the range of extraditable offences expand to include acts not traditionally regarded as terrorist crimes. The case of Gary McKi... Read More about Hackers beware: the cautionary story of Gary McKinnon..

Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation. (2009)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E.C. 2009. Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation. Journal of comparative law (Islamic University in Uganda), 3, pages 135-172.

This article draws attention to the fact that while the application of criminal law may serve to punish racially aggravated offences where they can be proved, such legislation in themselves do little to address the causes or, to limit the occurrence... Read More about Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation..