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    The legal trauma of injustice committed by law was the result of societies narratives surrounding science and therefore evidence were taken more seriously than narratives of justice. The ability for the Crown to present their expert opinion and subsequent evidence as superior knowledge to that of other experts and evidence exhibits the limits of the legal system to consistently provide justice. The Crown attested that the circumstantial evidence “pointed overwhelmingly to Mr and Mrs…

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    imposes a threat to the indigenous lives and property of land. Also, she writes about how capitalism and dispossession unite indigenous people and their allies. She further discusses how indigeneity, capitalism, and dispossession shape a community and its development status. The article adds to Li’s lecture by going in depth about Southeast Asia and Africa and their colonial authorities influence locals to collect capital for example, by renting property and investing the money into production…

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    Non Aboriginal Women Essay

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    Recently, a huge stride was achieved for indigenous women across the world, as the first indigenous Mrs. Universe was crowned. Not only that, but the 25 year old Cree woman from Alberta is using her win as a platform to speak up against the injustices that aboriginal women face, focusing in on the staggering 1,181 missing and murdered females. (insert stat citation). Ashley Callingbull competed in beauty pageants at a very young age. She managed to win the Enoch crown before her 9th birthday.…

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    Tokenism In Education

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    Including Indigenous content in the subject of science can seem like a complicated task for teachers and there is sometimes the question of how to avoid tokenism in the teachings because as teachers we do not want to include Indigenous content in a way that is lacking in awareness of actual Indigenous knowledges in science. A good start to not making Indigenous knowledges not seem like tokenism when teaching it is to look at the two sciences and to not to treat them like they are binaries.…

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    The idea/expression dichotomy theory is used to recognise copyright subsistence in the work in some cases. For example, in the United-Kingdom, the requirement of fixation involves that idea that is not reduced into writing or into some tangible form is not copyrightable. But this theory is also used to determine if a substantial infringement occurred, because a court must consider whether it is an idea of an expression of the idea that was taken in the infringing work. For Bently and Sherman,…

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    Whenever any new invention or technology, which has not been previously existed or published in any document which has not been used in the country or anywhere else in the world on any day before such innovation has been registered. When someone has invented some invention or technology and would like to get it in the public domain it is regarded as invention disclosure. When one person discloses his innovation he would require getting it patented in order to protect his innovation from…

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    Ms. Lawson is a former employee of Greene’s Jewelry Wholesale LLC, which is located in Derry, New Hampshire. The Company is known for manufacturing and distributing high-end costume jewelry, which is made from a synthetic gold-colored material called Ever Gold. “Ever Gold is impervious to scratches, discoloration, oxidization, and is marked as everlasting gold” (Greene and Howell, 2016), which is the main asset of the company. Ms. Lawson was a junior executive secretary employee in the research…

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    Fae Music Case Study

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    The issues are (i) whether Eason and Faye are partners of FAE Music; (ii) whether they are liable for breach of contract with (a) studio musicians and (b) Andy, for (c) copyright infringement against Andy and (d) destruction of the recording equipment; and (iii) if yes, whether they can share the liabilities with Ringo. Partnership Faye, Adele and Eason signed a written agreement providing for each of them to share the business’ profits and defining their respective responsibilities in FAE…

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    Trademark Law

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    The United States policy regarding trademarks, known officially as the U.S. Trademark Law, is incredibly important to the way American society functions on a daily basis. Not only does the law encourage competitive business, but it also plays an important role in both American culture and the legal system. A trademark is some type of symbol that points “distinctly to the origin or ownership of merchandise…and [is] legally reserved for the exclusive use of the owner” (in text). Oftentimes a…

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    Stop Bea! Do you know what you're doing? I bet you didn't know your deplorable online pirating habit affects everyone, including you! Although Australia has delayed releases of television shows and movies, this is no excuse for Australians being the world’s worst infringers of online copyright (Hayes, Alex, 2015). Bea: So what is copyright? It’s the legal right given to creators of original works to exclusively use or distribute their works for a limited time. It thereby provides creators of…

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