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The law in the information and risk society

Gunnar Duttge

The law in the information and risk society

by Gunnar Duttge

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Published by Univ.-Verl. Go ttingen in Go ttingen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGunnar Duttge ...
SeriesGo ttinger Juristische Schriften -- 10, Go ttinger juristische Schriften -- 10.
The Physical Object
PaginationXI, 166 S.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25564883M
ISBN 103863950127
ISBN 109783863950125
OCLC/WorldCa753053486

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The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors. We represent and support our members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law. Chapter 1: An overview of law firm risk management By David B. Cunningham Introduction Risk is the uncertainty caused by the occurrence of an event that might affect the achievement of objectives. The management of a law firm’s risks involves decisions that are not simply about avoiding a negative impact, but also about pursuing a positiveFile Size: 83KB.


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The Law in the Information and Risk Society. [Gunnar Duttge; Sang Won Lee;] -- "The information and risk society poses a new challenge for the law in all its fragments. Modern media communication and technologies increase people's prosperity while stating new risks with not. The chapters explore the ways in which the law in its many branches can accommodate, manage and reduce the extent of risk in the modern "Risk Society", matters of pressing importance for the development of all branches of law in all Edition: 1st Edition.

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