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Overview: Human Rights (2018)
Book Chapter
Sargeant, C. (2018). Overview: Human Rights. In The UK Supreme Court Yearbook, Volume 6 - Legal Year 2014-2015Appellate Press

Ein horizontales Konzept der Öffentlichkeit – Facetten aus dem europäischen Urheberrecht (2018)
Journal Article
Jutte, B. (in press). Ein horizontales Konzept der Öffentlichkeit – Facetten aus dem europäischen Urheberrecht. UFITA,

Das Konzept der Öffentlichkeit tritt im harmonisierten europäischen Urheberecht am prominentesten beim Recht der öffentlichen Wiedergabe auf. Jedoch nehmen auch andere Ausschließlichkeitsrechte und einige Schrankenbestimmungen Bezug auf einen Öffentl... Read More about Ein horizontales Konzept der Öffentlichkeit – Facetten aus dem europäischen Urheberrecht.

Advocate General suggests that Germany cannot rely on copyright to protect confidential information (2018)
Journal Article
Jütte, B. J. (2019). Advocate General suggests that Germany cannot rely on copyright to protect confidential information. Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, 14(2), 83-85. https://doi.org/10.1093/jiplp/jpy171

Opinion of Advocate General Szpunar in Funke Medien NRW GmbH v Federal Republic of Germany, C-469/17, EU: C: 2018: 870, 25 October 2018 A Member State is not a beneficiary of fundamental rights protection and cannot invoke copyright to keep inform... Read More about Advocate General suggests that Germany cannot rely on copyright to protect confidential information.

Biopolitical Borders and the State of Exception in the European Migration ‘Crisis’ (2018)
Journal Article
Davitti, D. (2018). Biopolitical Borders and the State of Exception in the European Migration ‘Crisis’. European Journal of International Law, 29(4), 1173-1196. doi:10.1093/ejil/chy065

This article examines the current European refugee ‘crisis’ by challenging, from a theoretical perspective, the way in which the European Union (EU) has used the increased number of deaths in the Mediterranean as an opportunity to frame recent migrat... Read More about Biopolitical Borders and the State of Exception in the European Migration ‘Crisis’.

Fast-track fisticuffs? An ethnographic exploration of time and white-collar boxing (2018)
Journal Article
Wright, E. J. (2018). Fast-track fisticuffs? An ethnographic exploration of time and white-collar boxing. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 101269021881513. doi:10.1177/1012690218815139

Whilst white-collar boxing at first appears to be named according to the social class of its practitioners, this paper will argue that this initial appearance is misleading. Based on the analysis of 32 interviews and six months of ethnographic data c... Read More about Fast-track fisticuffs? An ethnographic exploration of time and white-collar boxing.

Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony: Reliability through Reform? (2018)
Book
M. Stockdale, & P. Roberts (Eds.), (2018). Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony: Reliability through Reform?

Forensic science evidence plays a pivotal role in modern criminal proceedings. Yet such evidence poses intense practical and theoretical challenges. It can be unreliable or misleading and has been associated with miscarriages of justice. In this orig... Read More about Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony: Reliability through Reform?.

Autonomous and collective sanctions in the international legal order (2018)
Book Chapter
White, N. D. (2018). Autonomous and collective sanctions in the international legal order. In Italian yearbook of international law 27 (2017)Brill

The UK government is currently proposing the enactment of a “Sanctions Act” upon the UK’s withdrawal from the EU in 2019, embodying a right to impose “autonomous sanctions” against other states and non-state actors, on the basis that the UK will no l... Read More about Autonomous and collective sanctions in the international legal order.

Global non-profit chains and the challenges of development aid contracting (2018)
Journal Article
Burger, R., Owens, T., & Prakash, A. (2019). Global non-profit chains and the challenges of development aid contracting. Nonprofit Policy Forum, 9(4), 1-12. doi:10.1515/npf-2018-0026

This paper employs Oliver Williamson’s transaction cost approach to assess contracting. We find that donor contracting with global non-profit chains is conducive to NPO opportunism due to the asset specificity of the contracts, infrequent contracting... Read More about Global non-profit chains and the challenges of development aid contracting.

The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs (2018)
Journal Article
Davitti, D. (2019). The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs. Business and Human Rights Journal, 4(1), 33-53. doi:10.1017/bhj.2018.21

This article examines the involvement of Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) in both shaping and implementing the European Agenda on Migration (European Agenda), launched by the European Union in May 2015. The migration policies which hav... Read More about The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs.

Privatization and economic and social rights (2018)
Journal Article
Nolan, A. (2018). Privatization and economic and social rights. Human Rights Quarterly, 40(4), 815-858. doi:10.1353/hrq.2018.0047

Privatization is an ever more dominant model of economic and social rights (ESR) realization. Contracting out, public-private partnerships, and other approaches by which the private sector takes responsibility for, or supports the state in, deliverin... Read More about Privatization and economic and social rights.

Treaties as 'living instruments' (2018)
Book Chapter
Moeckli, D., & White, N. D. (2018). Treaties as 'living instruments'. In D. Kritsiotis, & M. J. Bowman (Eds.), Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the Modern Law of Treaties, 136-171. Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316179031.008

Occupiers’ liability: the enactment of ‘common law’ principles (2018)
Other
Bailey, S. (2018). Occupiers’ liability: the enactment of ‘common law’ principles. Unpublished in this form

This paper considers the development of the common law of occupier's liability and the processes that led to the enactment of, and the content of, the Occupier's Liability Acts of 1957 and 1984. [This paper first written April 2011. An edited ver... Read More about Occupiers’ liability: the enactment of ‘common law’ principles.

The object and purpose of a treaty's object and purpose (2018)
Book Chapter
Kritsiotis, D. (2018). The object and purpose of a treaty's object and purpose. In M. J. Bowman, & D. Kritsiotis (Eds.), Conceptual and contextual perspectives on the modern law of treaties, 237-302. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/9781316179031

The applicability of the ECHR in contested territories (2018)
Journal Article
Milanovic, M., & Papić, T. (2018). The applicability of the ECHR in contested territories. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 67(4), 779-800 . doi:10.1017/S0020589318000234

This article examines the applicability of the European Convention for Human Rights (ECHR) when a State loses control over parts of its territory. It argues that the jurisprudence of the European Court for Human Rights, which insists on residual posi... Read More about The applicability of the ECHR in contested territories.

Ending the US embargo of Cuba: international law in dispute (2018)
Journal Article
White, N. D. (2018). Ending the US embargo of Cuba: international law in dispute. Journal of Latin American Studies, doi:10.1017/S0022216X18000718. ISSN 0022-216X

The announcement by Presidents Obama and Castro in December 2014 of a major step towards normalisation of inter-state relations was part of what is primarily a political process, but normalisation implies a return to peaceful inter-state relations ba... Read More about Ending the US embargo of Cuba: international law in dispute.

Blurring public and private security in Indonesia: corporate interests and human rights in a fragile environment (2018)
Journal Article
White, N. D., Footer, M. E., Senior, K., Dorp, M. V., Kiezebrink, V., Wasi Gede Puraka, Y., & Anzas, A. (2018). Blurring public and private security in Indonesia: corporate interests and human rights in a fragile environment. Netherlands International Law Review, 65(2), (217-252). doi:10.1007/s40802-018-0107-8. ISSN 0165-070X

While legal and policy frameworks are based on a clear distinction between public and private security actors and functions, the reality on the ground in Indonesia reveals that there is a high level of corporate capture of public security services, i... Read More about Blurring public and private security in Indonesia: corporate interests and human rights in a fragile environment.