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Procedural impropriety II: common law rules

Clearing complexity from the Common Rule NPRM

Overview of the Common Rule and Subpart D

Multilevel Judicial Governance of International Trade Requires a Common Conception of Rule of Law and Justice

The two-party rule and transactions between trusts with a common trustee

Ending British Rule in Africa: Writers in a Common Cause, by Carol Polsgrove

Outsourcing Ethical Obligations: Should the Revised Common Rule Address the Responsibilities of Investigators and Sponsors?

Ethics and observational studies in medical research: various rules in a common framework

Legal Rules on Indirectly Held Investment Securities: The Japanese Situation, Common Problems, and the Unidroit Approach

Ending British Rule in Africa: Writers in a Common Cause. By Carol Polsgrove.

Cross-Fertilization and Common Rules of Adjudication in the Service of Cultural Heritage: Toward a New Taxonomy?

Disclosure versus accountability? A comparative analysis of disclosure rules for trusts in England, The Cayman Islands, and under the Draft Common Frame of Reference

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F. A common challenge: restoring peace and the rule of law in violent and war-torn societies IMPLEMENTING HUMANITARIAN AND HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATIONS: THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

The status quo bias and reform of the Common Agricultural Policy: impact of voting rules, the European Commission and external changes

The English Medieval Common Law (to c. 1307) as a System of National Institutions and Legal Rules: Creation and Functioning

From ALI–Unidroit Principles to common European rules on access to information and evidence? A preliminary outlook and some suggestions

 

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The principle or device of the common rule was identified by social reformers Sidney and Beatrice Webb as a key value of trade unions. It refers to the pursuit of standardized terms and conditions of employment for union members which guarantee uniform treatment by the employer. Unions may be committed to the common rule because it is intrinsically fair, prevents favouritism and victimization, and provides shared interests through which collective organization and activity can be developed.

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