administrative law

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Noun1.administrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of governmentadministrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of government
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Seoane specialises in corporate and regulatory law within the insurance sector.
He also paid tribute to the Deputy Premier and Chairman of the Ministerial Committee for Urbanisation and Infrastructure, Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, and to BaPDA Honorary President, Shaikh Salman bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, for their efforts that led to the issuance of the Real Estate Regulatory Law and the establishment of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority, two moves that will strengthen the confidence of local and foreign investors.
The 10th edition of Bipex is being held amidst favourable conditions for the real estate sector, foremost after the ratification of the Real Estate Regulatory Law last July by His Majesty King Hamad, said the event organisers, the Bahrain Society of Engineers (BSE).
Last month, the parliament approved the Natural Gas Regulatory Law that will allow the private sector to import and distribute natural gas.
The conference included 6 working papers dealing with a number of topics on the nature of crimes in the Telecommunications Regulatory Law and the procedures followed, in addition to highlighting the delicts of the Telecommunications Regulatory Law and the role of arbitration in resolving disputes in the telecommunications sector.
Ms Iman joins the GOC from law firm 23 Essex Street where she worked as a barrister specialising in regulatory law.
The Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (Goic) has concluded its training course on "Common Industrial Regulatory Law in the GCC Countries" held at its headquarters in Doha.
This textbook uses cases and statutes, as well as newspaper articles, forms, and practice manuals, to teach students about white collar crime in the federal system and the impact of the interaction of legal doctrines related to substantive criminal and corporate law, criminal and civil procedure, sentencing law, administrative procedure, evidence, and regulatory law, as well as the impact of the influence of administrative policies and the basic culture of white collar criminal practice.
Wertjes joined Fujisawa Healthcare Inc in 2000 as associate general counsel, specialising in regulatory law, compliance counselling and litigation.
The new alliance brings together Ullman, Shapiro & Ullman, LLP (USU), one of the natural products/dietary supplements industry's leading regulatory law firms with Rivkin Radler LLP, one of the nation's preeminent law firms.
The remainder of the paper explores regulatory law in a variety of policy areas to convince the reader that command-and-control regulation could be replaced by externality prices, and such actions would be upheld by the courts.
Ms Oliver joins the practice following ten years with Worcestershire based, Thomas Horton and advises on all aspects of regulatory law.

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