Dr Mohammed Alshaleel, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, published an article titled 'Money Market Funds Reforms in the US and the EU: The Quest for Financial Stability'. The article considers the impact of money market funds (MMFs) reforms in the US and the EU on the money market fund industry and global financial … Continue reading Money Market Funds Reforms in the US and the EU
Arbitration by Nick Youngson CC BY-SA 3.0 Alpha Stock Images Fikayo Taiwo, PhD candidate at the University of Essex, published in the Journal of International Arbitration an article titled 'The Restrictive Approach to Legal Representation in Arbitration Proceedings and Its Unintended Consequences in Nigeria'. The issue of legal representation in arbitration proceedings accounts for one of the sub-factors … Continue reading The Restrictive Approach to Legal Representation in Arbitration Proceedings and its Unintended Consequences in Nigeria
Breaking up is hard to do and current laws in the UK and Wales can make it a lot harder. Dr. Samantha Davey, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, explains why divorce law is ready for reform. Divorce law in England and Wales has been discussed, dissected and been the subject of dismay … Continue reading Divorcing Fault: Time to Stop Blaming and Shaming?
Godswill Agbaitoro, PhD candidate at the University of Essex, and Dr Eghosa Osa Ekhator, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Derby, have published a book chapter titled 'Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter'. Since the 1960s, energy resources, in particular … Continue reading Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter
The Israel Supreme Court recently cited a paper written by Haim Abraham, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex. The paper titled 'Parenting, Surrogacy, and the State' demonstrates that Israel’s legislation, and regulation of assisted reproduction treatments, systematically discriminates individuals and same-sex couples based on sexual orientation, family status, or gender. By surveying the … Continue reading Haim Abraham’s paper on Parenting, Surrogacy and the State cited by the Supreme Court of Israel
Dr. Alexandros Antoniou, Lecturer in Media Law, University of Essex On 16 December 2019, Ofcom, the United Kingdom's communications regulator, found that Radio Caroline had breached Section Two of its Code, which outlines standards for broadcast content so as to provide members of the public with adequate protection from harmful and offensive material. Radio Caroline, … Continue reading Community Radio Station Found in Breach of Ofcom’s Offensiveness Rules
Dr Niall O’Connor, Lecturer in Law at the University of Essex, has authored an article exploring the significance, in the employment context, of freedom of contract as a fundamental right in article 16 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (the Charter). For the first half of its existence, few could have foreseen that article … Continue reading Whose Autonomy is it Anyway? Freedom of Contract, the Right to Work and the General Principles of EU Law