The purpose of this article is to investigate the regime of one-way contracts between the customer and the business, which binds the consumers to the business and not the other way.
The gravitational forces for the preservation of the people's dignity in Canada and the preservation of the people's liberty at the expense of constitutional downfalls are issues that are propagating excess legal dilemmas in both [...]
Despite the fact that quite a number of food-borne illness victims have succeeded in numerous lawsuits in the United States of America, there are certain interrelated complications that might hinder the success of such lawsuits.
From the computerization of large data sets in the 1960s to computerized processing of all records in the 1970s to computerized searching of record systems in the 1980s to the online linkages and searching capabilities [...]
According to the EU, the objective of a good customer protection approach includes the ability to empower the consumer through the creation of a transparent market which can supply the consumer with a wide spectrum [...]
According to the Commonwealth Competition and Consumer Act of 2010, a person is accorded the right to file for a complaint if he or she had obtained service or good as a consumer provided that [...]
The Household Preferences over the Two Goods with Similar Policy Implications on the Household Items In Terms Of the Utility and Level of Consumption of the Two Goods Convex indifference curves are extensively used in [...]
Simultaneously, for an attorney and police professionals who know their job, detecting the signs of crime in consumer extortion is not difficult, and the police department can interpret such actions as felony.
The hypothesis of this paper is that differences in regional wages and a lack of corporate acknowledgement of such differences results in the proliferation of online IPR violations with online piracy acting as a means [...]
The main reason for imposing tariffs is to put a ceiling on the supply of foreign sugar from the United States' market which causes the domestic price of sugar to rise, the tariff effect has [...]
The changes in the insurance system made it more accessible and enabled poorer people to buy insurances and get costs in case of insured accident.