Moderation in the Labor Market and Employment Contracts

At the beginning of the process of industrial development it became clear that it was necessary for the state to become involved in the process of moderating the excesses of the forces of supply and demand to avert the potential deletions to employees and the community in general. The history of this intervention is often thought of as beginning in 1802 in England with the commencing of the legislation putting a cap on working hours and legislating for minimum safety standards in the workplace. Children, juveniles and women were the…

Child Custody Agreements and the Effect on Judicial Decision Making in Family Law

Negotiation is the most common method of resolving child custody disputes. The majority of divorces are contested between the parties and it is never clear at the beginning of the divorce proceedings how arrangements between the parties concerning child custody are likely to be resolved. It may be the result of the financial position of each of the parties or the need to find a solution quickly before going to trial. The outcome could depend upon the persuasive methods of divorce advocates of simply the personalities of the parties to…