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Recognition and enforcement of foreign commercial arbitral awards relating to international commercial disputes: comparative study (English and Jordanian law)
LMM Daradkeh
University of Leeds, 2004
The concept and legal aspects of e governance: The United Arab Emirates' perspective
S Maswood
The Electronic Transaction Conference, 2009
Consumer protection against unfair contract terms: in the light of the Jordanian Civil Code and the English regulations on Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts 1999
FY Kasassbeh
Newcastle University, 2006
The capability of intellectual property disputes of being settled by ADR: theoretical and practical approach under Jordanian law
LM Daradkeh, AE Kasawneh
International Journal of Intellectual Property Management 4 (4), 283-296, 2011
International commercial arbitration in the Arab countries: an economic necessity or legal colonisation?
LM Daradkeh
International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry 3 (1-2), 117-129, 2010
Quality of arbitration rules attracts quantity of arbitrations: why it has failed in the Arab world
L Daradkeh
International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry 4 (2), 159-169, 2011
The legal aspects of international labour migration: a study of national and international legal instruments pertinent to migrant workers in selected Western European countries.
R Al-Ajlani
University of Glasgow, 1993
Compliance with Philosophy of Exemption from Notification at Termination of Contract: Study in Light of Jordanian Labour Law
FY Kasassbeh
Arab Law Quarterly 26 (1), 1-45, 2012
Subrogation doctrine in insurance contract: comparative approach under Jordanian and English Law
L Daradkeh
International journal of technology transfer and commercialisation 11 (3-4, 2012
Some Issues Regarding IMF and Third World Relations
R Al-Ajlani
PQDT-Global, 1987
Criminal consumer protection against deceptive advertisement: a comparative study
FM Gourari
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