Tag: Regulation

Does the law in England and Wales provide adequate regulation of extreme pornography and other forms of pornography related offences?

Abstract: This research intends to investigate and analyse the existing laws on the regulation of extreme pornography and whether the existing laws enacted are adequate enough in preventing possession (and distribution) of extreme pornography. The key aim of this research is to assess the existing laws on extreme pornography and consider whether the laws are …

What are the effects on trade regulation for food security under the world trade organization system

Abstract With the launch of new negotiations on international trade called ‘Doha Development Agenda’ (DDA), agriculture is once again expected to be a central and difficult issue. As a solution to the problems associated with food security in the DDA negotiation on agriculture, this article suggested a creation of a food security box. The basic …

Have the UK banking law regulation reforms introduced after the 1st of April 2013 led to increased and sufficient protection to promote financial stability?

Abstract Banking law regulation has advanced significantly since the global financial crisis was first instigated in 2008. Most notably, on the 1st April 2013 the Financial Services Authority (FSA) was abolished and its functions transferred to two new regulators: the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). The Bank of England (BoE) …

Evaluate the effectiveness of the responsive regulation model with reference to the regulatory powers and responses available under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

Introduction Regulating consumer and commercial law has proven extremely difficult, especially in the new digital age where online trading has advanced significantly over the years.[1] There is now more likelihood that consumers will be subjected to unfair and unlawful trading practices and so it is vital that all corporations are being regulated effectively. This will …

With particular reference to Section 4 of the Brussels I Regulation and Article 6 of the Rome I Regulation, critically evaluate the manner in which these two key legal issues are determined in online consumer contracts.

Introduction In the new technological era businesses and consumers are capable of entering into international contracts anywhere in the world.[1] Whilst this is beneficial in advancing the economy, the potential for cross-border disputes is increased significantly. There are many inherent risks associated with e-commerce, yet two key legal issues frequently arise. These are; 1) the …