Selected Working Papers Selected Working Papers

To view publications by UEA Law School staff members please see their personal Faculty pages.

Please find below a list of working papers. They derive from the UEA Law School Working Paper Series (UEA LAW WPS), which previously was called Norwich Law School Working Paper Series (NLSWP), the Working Paper series of the Centre for Competition Law (CCP Working Paper) and other research and conference papers. The Law School's own working paper series was set up in 2007 as an initiative with our postgraduate research students to give them editorial experience, but with (for instance) the increasing use by researchers of their own SSRN and Bepress sites has now largely ceased to be used.

Please also note that these working papers do not reflect of the full range of our research as some work will only appear as a published book or article (see the publications pages).

2012

EU Law Before the French Courts: The Curious Incident of the Question Préjudicielle de Constitutionnalité
 Claudina Richards
UEA LAW WPS 2012-CR-1

2011

'I'd Tell You Everything If You'd Pick Up That Telephone': Political Expression and Data Protection
 Daithi Mac Sithigh
UEA LAW WPS 2011-DMS-1

The Inter-Dependence of Public & Private in the Regulation of the Right of Peaceful Protest and the Problems Thrown Up by its Privatisation
David Mead
UEA LAW WPS 2011-DM-1

The Statutory Derivative Claim: A Case Based Analysis - Has the Statutory Derivative Claim Fulfilled its Objectives?
David Gibbs
UEA LAW WPS 2011-DG-1

The Essential Facilities Doctrine under Scrutiny: EU and US Perspective
Ali A. Massadeh
UEA LAW WPS 2011-AM-1

2010

Co-regulation, video-on-demand and the legal status of audio-visual media
 
Daithi Mac Sithigh
UEA LAW WPS 2010-DMS-3

More than Words: The Introduction of Internationalised Domain Names and the Reform of Generic Top-Level Domains at ICANN
 
Daithi Mac Sithigh
UEA LAW WPS 2010-DMS-2

Pensioners Over Prisoners: Amending the Scotland Act in Response to Somerville and Napier
 
Daithi Mac Sithigh
UEA LAW WPS 2010-DMS-1

Harmonization of European Private Law: Out of Date: Out of Time?
 
Stathis Banakas
UEA LAW WPS 2010-SB-1

Machinespeak: Section 129 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003
Rosemary Pattenden
UEA LAW WPS 2010-RP-1

Private Enforcement of Directors' Duties: Derivative Actions as a Global Phenomenon
 
Mathias Siems
UEA LAW WPS 2010-MS-1

Non-Discrimination Clauses in the Retail Energy Market
 
Morten Hviid and Catherine Waddams Price
CCP Working Paper 10-18

Buyer Power and Price Discrimination: The Case of the UK Care Homes Market 
Ruth Hancock and Morten Hviid
CCP Working Paper 10-17

Myths and Untold Stories - Private Antitrust Enforcement In Germany
Sebastian Peyer
CCP Working Paper 10-12

When Are Excessive Prices Unfair?
 Pinar Akman and Luke Garrod
CCP Working Paper 10-4

Islamic Finance and the Modern World: The legal principles governing Islamic Finance in International Trade
 Nima Mersadi Tabari
NLSWP 10/1

2009

Of Cordons, Riots and Deprivations of Liberty: A Case Note on Austin v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis
David Mead
NLSWP 09/3

Datafin to Virgin Killer: self-regulation and public law
 
Daithi Mac Sithigh,
NLSWP 09/2

Tracing the Modern Criticism of the Mistake of Law Bar
Duncan Sheehan
NLSWP 09/1

E Pluribus Unus: The UK Mix of Plurality and Uniformity of Laws
 
Stathis Banakas
UEA LAW WPS 2009-SB-1

Authenticating 'things' in English law: principles for adducing tangible evidence in common law jury trials
Rosemary Pattenden
UEA LAW WPS 2009-RP-2

The Proof Rules of Pre-Verdict Judicial Fact-Finding in Criminal Trials by Jury
Rosemary Pattenden
UEA LAW WPS 2009-RP-1

Hear no Evil, See no Evil: Why Antitrust Compliance Programmes may be Ineffective at Preventing Cartels
Andreas Stephan
CCP Working Paper 09-9

Exploitative Abuse in Article 82EC: Back to Basics?
 
Pinar Akman
CCP Working Paper 09-1

2008

Judicial Miss Behavin': a Defence of Process-Based Review of Public Authority Decisions under the HRA
David Mead
NLSWP 08/2

The Origins of the Mistake of Law Bar in English Law
Duncan Sheehan
NLSWP 08/1

'Consumer' versus 'Customer': the Devil in the Detail
 
Pinar Akman
CCP Working Paper 08-34

Beyond the Cartel Law Handbook: How Corruption, Social Norms and Collectivist Business Cultures can Undermine Conventional Enforcement Tools
Andreas Stephan
CCP Working Paper 08-29

Matching Own Prices, Rivals' Prices, or Both
 
Morten Hviid and Greg Shaffer
CCP Working Paper 08-26

'Consumer Welfare' and Article 82 EC: Practice and Rhetoric
 
Pinar Akman
CCP Working Paper 08-25

European Commission Opinions to National Courts in Antitrust Cases: Consistent Application and the Judicial-Administrative Relationship
Kathryn Wright
CCP Working Paper 08-24

2007

Can Harmonisation Improve National Law? --- The case of arbitration in India
Dr. T.T. Arvind
NLSWP 07/01