- The process of understanding the status, condition, trends and key issues affecting people, ecosystems and institutions in a given geographic context at any level (local, national, regional, international).
- Situation analysis is a marketing term, and involves evaluating the situation and trends in a particular company’s market. Situation analysis is often called the “three c’s”, which refers to the three major elements that must be studied:
- The gathering and evaluation of information to identify the target group and strategic direction of an advertising campaign.
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This ebook is going to guide you, if you would like to create your own business, or it will be a great help for case studies or your own report in your business, marketing studies.This report is going to show you what internal, external and PESTEL factors could affect the company. This book is going to guide you through how the company creates their marketing process, and analysis their cost and benefits of the market orientation. In the analysis we used the company Ikea as an example and we created senarios around them.
Charlesworth & Percy on Negligence
An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers.
Once again, the Sweet and Maxwell Common Law Library have produced a new edition of an incomparable work of art as far as an explanation of the Law of Negligence is concerned. The work highlights the massive advantages the Common Law Library publications have over any competition in their specific fields. Much of what I write here covers all the individual titles in the Library series and, if you are new to the Common Law Library, introduce yourself to the library immediately whether you are an academic or a practitioner!
Like “Chitty on Contracts”, in my view, Charlesworth & Percy is one of the cornerstones of the Common Law Library of which there is nothing comparable. I have had clients (and I expect you have, too) who ask me: “where is the law actually written down?” Well, the answer is clear – the Sweet and Maxwell Common Law Library. Ok, so you have Halsbury’s Laws of England but I have always found it an exasperating series of volumes to search for information whereas Charlesworth & Percy is relatively easy to read and cross-refer to. The only problem is that it is not on the internet or available on CD unfortunately.
The essence of the publication is that it is easy to read and to handle when conducting a search – legal information which the busy barrister is always in need of, at his or her fingertips, whilst the client glowers in the chambers waiting room.
So what has been included in this new edition? The following:
•A completely updated chapter on Rylands v Fletcher following recent House of Lords decisions;
•A discussion of psychiatric injuries and damages after Hartman and other cases in the Court of Appeal;
•A new House of Lords decision concerning animals (Mirvahedy v Henley) which sets out what the Animals Act states in a similar fashion to Clerk & Lindsell;
•Various updates on liability issues for solicitors, counsel, local authorities, the police, medical personnel and employers;
•An exploration of further developments and implications in recent causation cases including Chester v Afshar and Gregg v Scott;
•Recent examples of breaches of statutory duty under the new Regulations;
•Specific case law updates for recent decisions in the area of negligence.
There are additional merits for this specialist work including:
•It sets out the general principles covering duty of care, liability and causation in detail;
•It deals with both the standard of care in different situations and areas where strict liability applies;
•It explains what remedies may be available, including damages;
•It focuses on both established areas and developing areas such as psychiatric injuries;
•It provides an essential reference for every negligence case whether it is to do with personal injury, property or product liability;
•It aids the practitioner in establishing whether a duty of care exists and if it has been breached, and gives quick access with confidence as to whether a cause of action exists or not;
•The updates explain new statutory duties so you can evaluate how recent changes can be applied;
•It shows how the principles work in specific situations, with a detailed analysis of case law, and it lays out the implications of new developments which may assist with a particular brief newly arrived in chambers; and
•It covers both United Kingdom and Commonwealth jurisdictions showing how the law of negligence has been applied in multiple jurisdictions.
There are so many reasons why practitioners, academics and undergraduates need a work such as Charlesworth & Percy. Like other Common Law Library publications in their own fields, it is the authority on the law of negligence and is frequently cited in court, covering both common law and statutory duties. Indeed, it could be said to be a favourite as far as some courts are concerned. It also has much academic comment which finds favour with examiners for those students who have taken the trouble to read the book
The book has complete coverage, being structured in the following way:
•General principles: the meaning of negligence; the duty to take care; principal defences and discharges from liability; damages; and proof and causation;
•The standard of care: the standard of care; dangerous premises; persons professing some special skill; highways and transport; and employment at common law;
•Statutory duty: liability for breach of statutory duty;
•Absolute or strict liability: dangerous things – Rylands v Fletcher; animals; and product liability;
•Death: death and causes of action; and
•Miscellaneous matters: insurance and other compensation schemes.
Charlesworth & Percy is supplemented regularly so ensure you sign up for the supplements to keep as far ahead as possible with legal changes. With so much emphasis on continuous professional development these days, the updates ensure that you, as practi
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During and after the events of the Aleutian Islands Campaign, several groundbreaking advancements were made to the Allied war machine, worsening Japan’s situation in the Pacific War. Because the Aleutian Islands Campaign occurred so early in the war, the Allied war machine was somewhat primitive. The techniques for amphibious warfare were extremely important. This is because islands made up the vast majority of the Japanese-occupied territory that the United States hoped to capture. The Battle of Attu began with an amphibious assault. An amphibious assault is an attack on an island or coastal area. During one of these assaults, troops in small, naval-based landing craft would land on a beach and charge at enemy positions. The events of the assault on Attu allowed for a proper analysis of the techniques used. With this information, the techniques for amphibious landings were developed and improved. This would become crucial later on: as the Allies closed in on the Japanese Home Islands, resistance became much more fierce. These landing techniques secured the Allies many a victory in the Pacific War.
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Situation Awareness Analysis and Measurement is the first book to provide a comprehensive coverage of situation awareness and its measurement. Topics addressed provide a detailed analysis of the use of a wide variety of techniques for measuring situation awareness and situation assessment processes. It will provide a rich resource for engineers and human factors psychologists involved in designing and evaluating systems in many domains.