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Formulating the Enterprise Architecture Compliance Problem

Vytautas Cyras, Reinhard Riedl
2012 International Baltic Conference on Databases and Information Systems  
We reflect mainly on the view of enterprise architects on legal informatics and a vision driven approach on requirements elicitation in the context of enterprise engineering, which was proposed by Albertas  ...  We hold that a compliance methodology should take into account "shared" relevant laws and a requirements engineering framework.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Friedrich Lachmayer for the encouragement of this joint research. Thanks also to anonymous reviewers for shaping the paper.  ... 
dblp:conf/balt/CyrasR12 fatcat:uwlvlrwrbzanxfrg5nhgjjvewy

Closing the Awareness Gap Between IT Practice and IT Law

François Mestre, Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel, Pompeu Casanovas
2018 Conference 'Law via the Internet'  
Some of the ordinary activities of IT practitioners require a certain degree of knowledge of IT law.  ...  This proposal features data models and knowledge organisation rooted in the specific legal theory of critical legal positivism of Kaarlo Tuori.  ...  Acknowledgements This project has received funding from the project TIN2016-78011-C4-1-R, and partially from Meta-Rule of Law, DER2016-78108-P.  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia190006 dblp:conf/lvi/MestreRC18 fatcat:x5v7cz7bifbdjcupsgqj5qz4rq

A Review of the Standard of Care Owed to Australian Firefighters from a Safety Perspective—The Differences between Academic Theory and Legal Obligations

Greg Penney, Greg Smith, Simon Ridge, Marcus Cattani
2022 Fire  
, the ability of fire services and individual Incident Controllers to demonstrate they have managed risk as so far as reasonably practicable will remain ultimately problematic from a legal perspective.  ...  They must also do this within the boundaries of public and political expectations, industrial agreements, and the legal requirement to maintain a safe workplace for all workers, inclusive of volunteers  ...  This paper does not replace the need for independent legal advice.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fire5030073 fatcat:o3x7zjwydjacdbre6rm35nnlcm

Liability for software in safety-critical mechatronic systems: An industrial questionnaire

Holger M. Kienle, Daniel Sundmark, Kristina Lundqvist, Andreas Johnsen
2012 2012 Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (SEES)  
We present first results of our case study from a questionnaire involving six companies that develop softwareintensive, safety-critical systems in the vehicular and avionics domains.  ...  The results of the questionnaire shed light on current industrial practices and concerns.  ...  Further research could explore what level of legal expertise (for each role) is desirable from a company's perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sees.2012.6225490 dblp:conf/icse/KienleSLJ12 fatcat:nmm42w4gevhrnex2om6zusq4fu

A Public Health Perspective on Consumer Product Design

James Seifert
2020 Journal of Applied Mechanical Engineering  
Consideration of a public health perspective in consumer product design is a necessary enhancement to good product design, not just standard engineering practice.  ...  This study aims to determine a causal relationship between product design and level of injuries and related costs through the construction of a model that takes into account public health impacts of a  ...  But this is the reality of a manufacturer's legal duty and thereby, should include the public health perspective.  ... 
doi:10.35248/2168-9873.20.9.322 fatcat:t3nz57oudbc3je6qj7n4hqbgtm

Synergistic Literacies: Fostering Critical and Technological Literacies in Teaching a Legal Research Methods Course

Paul Havemann, Jacquelin Mackinnon
2002 Legal education review  
The changing face of tertiary education has resulted in fresh challenges for teachers and students.  ...  Elite universities that once aspired to pursue scholarship and education for their intrinsic worth and that valued pure research and the development of moral character 3 have long since been displaced  ...  legal practice.  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.6149 fatcat:mzol3gudfvct3k5fcnhjbm24yy

How Safe is Safe Enough? Acceptable Safety Criteria From an Engineering and Legal Perspective

Martin Chizek
2017 Journal of System Safety  
current legal and safety engineering best practices.  ...  The product manufacturer must make a determination: Is this product (or technology) acceptably safe within the context of current consumer expectations as well as the legal/regulatory framework?  ...  Acceptable Safety Criteria From an Engineering and Legal Perspective by Martin S. Chizek Orlando, Florida be "reasonably safe."  ... 
doi:10.56094/jss.v53i3.108 fatcat:elvggvjjhva3zn5jn5biexuqae

The Character of Legal Theory

Hanoch Dagan, Roy Kreitner
2010 Social Science Research Network  
For some scholars who use what we call sociohistorical analyses, this distance from a normative perspective requires an apologetic posture. 25 For others, it is a point of pride. 26 The distance from  ...  From the very beginning, the study of law is co-opted by legal practice.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1596675 fatcat:ely37xdtxng55lunlywopx5m2m

Stretching and Challenging the Boundaries of Law: Varieties of Knowledge in Biotechnologies Regulation

Alex Faulkner, Lonneke Poort
2017 Minerva  
We identify two overlapping ideal types of adaptation, first the stretching and maintenance of a pre-existing legal framework, and second a breaking of existing classifications and establishment of a novel  ...  The paper addresses the question of adaptation of existing regulatory frameworks in the face of innovation in biotechnologies, and specifically the roles played in this by various expert knowledge practices  ...  Our initial assumption is that an answer can be found in a detailed exploration of the process of law-making and a critical analysis of the various roles variously defined experts play in this process  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11024-017-9326-0 fatcat:ur2acx3pgjgpbdauckpzw7skuu

From RELAW Research to Practice: Reflections on an Ongoing Technology Transfer Project

Nicolas Sannier, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel C. Briand
2017 2017 IEEE 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference Workshops (REW)  
Over the past years, we have been studying the topic of automated metadata extraction from legal texts.  ...  In particular, legal metadata is a key enabler for the rapidly-expanding field of Legal Technology (LegalTech).  ...  (Aside from legal requirements analysts,) who are the main beneficiaries of legal metadata in the LegalTech market? RQ2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rew.2017.28 dblp:conf/re/SannierSB17 fatcat:cvykascpsvglxci3hd4vijijiq

Ethics, law and privacy: Disentangling law from ethics in privacy discourse

Gloria Gonzalez Fuster, Serge Gutwirth
2014 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Science, Technology and Engineering  
The paper's basic premise is that it is not possible to address the articulation between law and ethics from a neutral, un-aligned, un-attached perspective, and that, regardless of the perspective adopted  ...  Examining the limits of this viewpoint, it puts forward that legal and ethical perspectives of privacy will always remain separated by a gap, and that it is by embracing such gap, instead of attempting  ...  In the opposite sense, from an ethical perspective it will never be possible to assess the legality of the actions of the ethical hacker, because that would require entering the realm of law by adopting  ... 
doi:10.1109/ethics.2014.6893376 fatcat:isuuyem5wraxpd6pdc6uglxski

Chthonic Legal Traditions: A Standpoint Legal Research Paradigm for Comparative Analysis on Australian Indigenous Legal Orders

Maria Salvatrice Randazzo
2019 Udayana Journal of Law and Culture  
In contemporary comparative legal scholarship, it is no longer controversial to assert the relevance of investigations into chthonic legal orders; however, there is a significant divergence on how they  ...  legal ontologies, epistemic theories and research practices.  ...  Acknowledgment Author is a Guest Lecturer and a Ph.D Student at Charles Darwin University School of Law, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.24843/ujlc.2019.v03.i01.p01 fatcat:ssivlnp365ggnner3snaa5pjve

Logical, Critical and Creative: Teaching 'Thinking Skills' to Law Students

Nick James
2012 QUT Law Review  
According to Weinstein and Morton, creative thinking is an essential component of legal problem solving. 102 From the perspective of law practice, critical thinking is useful when lawyers are engaged  ...  According to the Notes in the LLB LTAS Statement: 'Critical analysis' is the practice of examining a text, claim or argument and identifying the hidden structures: for example, legal and non-legal issues  ... 
doi:10.5204/qutlr.v12i1.230 fatcat:gtsa332hovfo3bg5zq3hv4trkm

Inter-Sector Practices Reform for e-Government Integration Efficacy

Teta Stamati, Athanasios Karantjias
2011 Journal of Cases on Information Technology  
The success of e-Government integration requires the modernization of current governmental processes and services under three different perspectives, namely governmental business processes reengineering  ...  A set of fundamental design and implementation principles are specified for increasing government organizations' agility and ensuring that end-users perceive the quality of the provided services.  ...  This calls for an analytical, interdisciplinary examination from both a theoretical and practical perspective regarding policy execution and materialization towards t-Gov.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jcit.2011070104 fatcat:loimwy3qcbadfamuiidiubyqcu

Law as an Academic Discipline

Hanoch Dagan
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The choice between these two alternatives-and a possible third, middle position-is important both in itself and as the foundation of a critical analysis of specific institutional arrangements concerning  ...  This Essay investigates the two extreme alternatives of autonomy and assimilation, and offers a preliminary account of a midway position, claiming that relevant lessons from the social sciences and the  ...  from the humanities or the social sciences. 5 The choice between these two alternatives-and a possible third, middle position-is important both as such and as the foundation of a critical analysis of  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2228433 fatcat:vmydqi3b6veg7hqs2h76w6mbja
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