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The concept of ‘due diligence’ in the UN guiding principles on business and human rights (2017)
Journal Article
McCorquodale, R., & Bonnitcha, J. (2017). The concept of ‘due diligence’ in the UN guiding principles on business and human rights. European Journal of International Law, 28(3), (899–919). doi:10.1093/ejil/chx042. ISSN 0938-5428

Due diligence is at the heart of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which establish the main parameters internationally for considering corporate responsibility for human rights violations. However, the Guiding Princi... Read More about The concept of ‘due diligence’ in the UN guiding principles on business and human rights.

Redress compliance and choice: Enhanced Consumer Measures and the retreat from punishment in the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (2016)
Journal Article
Cartwright, P. (2016). Redress compliance and choice: Enhanced Consumer Measures and the retreat from punishment in the Consumer Rights Act 2015. Cambridge Law Journal, 75(2), ( 271-300). doi:10.1017/S0008197316000210. ISSN 0008-1973

This article examines critically the extent to which the availability of Enhanced Consumer Measures (ECMs) created by the Consumer Rights Act 2015 addresses the problems associated with the enforcement of consumer protection law in the UK. The articl... Read More about Redress compliance and choice: Enhanced Consumer Measures and the retreat from punishment in the Consumer Rights Act 2015.

Digital legal rights for suspects: users' perspectives and PACE safeguards (2018)
Book
Kemp, V. Digital legal rights for suspects: users' perspectives and PACE safeguards. University of Nottingham

Research has consistently shown that many people do not understand their legal rights when arrested by the police. In seeking to help address this problem, a prototype App was developed to provide information to suspects when detained by the police.... Read More about Digital legal rights for suspects: users' perspectives and PACE safeguards.

Modernising consumer markets: a response to the consumer green paper (2018)
Book
Cartwright, P., Dunleavy, S., & Hyde, R. (2018). Modernising consumer markets: a response to the consumer green paper. Centre for Commercial Law, University of Notttingham

A response to the BEIS Green Paper Modernising Consumer Markets by Peter Cartwright, Sam Dunleavy and Richard Hyde who are Consumer Law and Policy specialists at the Centre for Commercial Law in the School of Law at the University of Nottingham.

Intellectual property license contracts: reflections on a prospective UNCITRAL project (2017)
Journal Article
Tosato, A. (2018). Intellectual property license contracts: reflections on a prospective UNCITRAL project. University of Cincinnati Law Review, 86(4), doi:10.2139/ssrn.3037356. ISSN 0009-6881

IP licenses are the leading lady of the information age. The economic and strategic significance of this contract archetype have grown exponentially over the past 40 years. Under this glaring spotlight, it has become progressively more apparent that... Read More about Intellectual property license contracts: reflections on a prospective UNCITRAL project.