College of Law - UAEU
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The concept and legal aspects of e governance: The United Arab Emirates' perspective
S Maswood
The Electronic Transaction Conference, 2009
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
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
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 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
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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