Kaiter Enless suggests that the ADL is not what it seems, and questions its real agenda. Read this absorbing, revealing, and well-documented report, and draw your own conclusions!
Author: Kaiter Enless
Founded in 1913 "to fight anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry," the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has since grown into one of the most powerful socio-political organizations in the United States, exercising a major influence on matters of national and international concern. However, recent historical and archival research by Kaiter Enless reveals an ugly and unsavory pattern of political intrigue and ideological fanaticism which, over the years, has paved the way for the ADL's tainted journey to the corridors of power. Kaiter Enless suggests that the ADL is not what it seems, and questions its real agenda. Read this absorbing, revealing, and well-documented report, and draw your own conclusions!
Much like Paul Williams, Ergun Poyraz is a veritable defamation factory. He has
published dozens of books accusing Fethullah Gülen and various leaders of
Justice and Development Party of conspiracy with Israel and the US. In 2007
Author: Dogan Koç
Publisher: University Press of America
In recent years, a defamation campaign has been launched against Fethullah Gülen, a moderate Turkish Muslim scholar, and the Hizment Movement he inspired. Dogan Koç analyzes approximately 500 defamation articles, books, and other texts to show these defamations are not random and that they appear according to their respective audiences.
1987 ) ( applying Indiana law ) ( per Easterbrook , J . ) , an unknown person
painted a small sign saying " TACKET TACKET WHAT A RACKET ” on a factory
wall . The sign was possibly defamatory because it reinforced rumors that Tacket
, the ...
Author: Steven L. Willborn
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender
The authors' goal in this new, second edition was to update & enhance the materials. At the same time, however, they used a general presumption against change & retained as many of the cases & as much of the structure of the book as possible, both for substantive reasons & to ease the transition for teachers. Casebook & Statutory Companion each also available electronically
... properly supervise and manage its factories ... and (2) telling an independent
sales representative that Target would no longer buy from JLR because of issues
regarding its factory supervision and quality control... To establish a defamation ...
Author: Daniel V. Davidson
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
The Second Edition of BUSINESS LAW: Principles and Cases in the Legal Environment, continues to offer a readable, rigorous, and practical introduction to business law--in a format improved to enhance learning and understanding. With a thorough explanation of the legal and regulatory issues affecting businesses, Davidson and Forsythe utilize outlines, exhibits, questions, and problems to help students get the most out of each chapter. Timely cases and examples conserve the language of the court. A continuous Business Application Case threads throughout the book, providing a hypothetical business environment in which students learn to apply the law. Designed to optimize teaching and learning, BUSINESS LAW: Principles and Cases in the Legal Environment, features: Complete topical coverage in a clear and accessible presentation A continuous hypothetical business model that connects theory and practice A Classic Case and a Contemporary Case example in each chapter Rich pedagogy that includes questions, case problems, and writing assignments Visual aids and exhibits throughout the book that illustrate legal and business concepts A flexible organization that adapts to a wide range of teaching objectives and approaches Updated throughout, the Second Edition provides: The inclusion of recent Supreme Court cases and developments in the law Additional illustrations to visually convey legal concepts and relationships Learning objectives in each chapter to aid study and review
... newspaper and the petitioner sought the sanction of the State Government to
sue ' K ' for defamation which was rejected by the State Government on the
ground that the words attributed to ' K ' would not amount to defamation in the
facts and ...
Vols. 1- contain separately paged sections Journal & summaries, Acts and notifications, and Reports.
A similar pattern emerged in the remediation of abusive criminal charges filed by
the factory. Factory managers had filed charges of criminal defamation against a
worker on the ground that she had handed the managers a letter stating simply ...
Author: Jeffrey M. Hirsch
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Each year, the New York University Annual Conference on Labor calls on outstanding scholars and practitioners in the field to come together to survey and analyse new developments and trends in U.S. labor law and practice. Reproduced here are papers delivered at the 2004 conference, the 57th in this venerable and highly influential series, with other articles either reprinted from earlier publications or written for this volume. The theme of the 2004 Conference was "Compensation, Work Hours, and Benefits." The broad range of contexts in which compensation, work hours, and benefits issues and disputes arise is clearly on display in the many relevant aspects with which the authors engage. These issues are gathered into nine categories as follows: problems in ensuring acceptable compensation and work conditions in a global economy; attempts by states and municipalities to implement living wage measures and the potential conflict between such attempts and the doctrine of private labor law preemption; the possible demise of traditional pension benefits; recent workplace developments arising in response to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA); the legality of policies surrounding attempts to keep workers' pay secret; special compensation claims typically found in securities industry arbitration; state protections for non-salary forms of compensation; regulation of multiemployer benefit plans by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA); and compensation, work hours and benefits issues with regard to multinational organizations. As always, this important annual publication offers definitive current scholarship in its theme area of labor and employment law. As such, it will be of inestimable value to practitioners, government officials, academics, and others interested in developments in U.S. employment and labor relations law and practice.