CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Research Presentation on Work in Progress National Action Plans on UNSCR 1325 in Gender, Armed Conflict and Security Roundtable Discussion organized by Centre for Rights and Justice, Faculty of Law (2012-03)

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Surabhi Chopra, JHA Prita Jha, Suroor Mander, Harsh Mander, Rekha Koli and Anubha Rastogi (eds), Accountability for Mass Violence : Examining the State’s Record (New Delhi, India: International Development Research Centre, 2012).

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bronwyn Lee Davies, ‘2010 兩岸四地法律發展'(Paper presented at the Conference on the Law Developments in Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, September 2011) 693-730.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Martin Doris, ‘The Role of the ECJ in Redefining the Relationship between EU Competition Law Enforcement and the European Convention on Human Right’ in J Diez-Hochleitner (ed), Recent trends in the Case Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (2008-2014) (London, United Kingdom: Wolters Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1st ed, 2012).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The role of the ECJ in re-defining the relationship between EU competition law enforcement and the European Convention on Human Rights’ (with S. Marco Colino) (ISBN: 978-84-9020-051-3) in ‘Emerging Trends in ECJ case law’ organized by Autonomous University of Madrid (2011-07)
  • Assessing the European’s Commission’s Green Paper on Online Gambling in Socio-legal Perspectives on the Glocalised Gambling Industry organized by Prof. Martin Doris and Prof. Sandra Marco Colino (2011-07 to 2011-08)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘The Criminalization of Lying: Under what Circumstances, if any, should Lies be made criminal?’ (2011) 101 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 529 pgs.
  • Bryan Howard Druzin, ‘Law, Selfishness, and Signals: An Expansion of Posner’s Signaling Theory of Social Norms’ (2011) 24 Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudences 5 pgs.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • A Semiotic Approach to Law and Norms” presented at the 10th International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law “Intercultural Awareness in Legal Language” at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (November 2011).

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JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  • Steven Brian Gallagher, ‘The Presumption of Advancement in Hong Kong’ (2011) Hong Kong Lawyer 8.

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Stephen Hall, Law of Contract in Hong Kong: Cases and Commentary (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 3rd ed, 2011) 988 pgs.
  • Stephen Hall, Foundations of International Law (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 1st ed, 2012) 914 pgs.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Shahla Ali and Hui Huang, ‘Financial Dispute Resolution in China: Arbitration or Court Litigation?’ (2012) 28 (1) Arbitration International 77.
  • Shahla Ali and Hui Huang, ‘Governing Financial Disputes in China: What Have We Learnt from the Global Financial Crisis of 2008?’ (2012) 7 (1) University of Pennsylvania East Asia Law Review 195.
  • Hui Huang, ‘Piercing the Corporate Veil in China: Where is it Now and Where is it Heading?’ (2012) 60 American Journal of Comparative Law 743.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Nina Jørgensen, ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Obligations of States and Organizations Under the Law of International Responsibility’ in A. Nollkaemper, J. Hoffman (ed), The Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press, 2012) 125-138.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • A ‘Journey without Maps’ through International Criminal Justice in Linacre Lawyers’ Group London Speaker Series organized by Linacre College, University of Oxford; Oxford and Cambridge Club, London (2012-05)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Lower, ‘Bruton v London and Quadrant Housing Trust: Opening Pandora’s Box’ (2011) 22 (3) King’s Law Journal 403 – 413.
  • Michael Lower, ‘The Constructive Trust: From Common Intention to Relationship? Kerr v Baranow’ (2011) 2011 (6) Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 515 – 521.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPER

  • Chun Kit Wong, Ching Liong; Zhixiu Lin; Michael Lower and Lai Chuen Lam, ‘EBooks as Teaching Strategy – Preliminary Investigation’ (Paper presented at the Ascilite 2011: Changing Demands, Changing Directions, Hobart, Australia, 4 December 2011) 10 pgs.

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh (eds), The Hong Kong Minimum Wage Ordinance (Hong Kong: Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 1st ed, 2011) 125 pgs.
  • Michael Ramsden, Luke Marsh and Benson Tsoi (eds), The Hong Kong Drug Trafficking (Recovery of Proceeds) Ordinance: Commentary and Annotations (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 1st ed, 2012) 200 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Archbold News (No 1 of 2012)’ (2012).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Intellectual Property Rights, Trade and Economic Development’ in YS Lee, Won-Mog Choi and Gary Horlick (eds), Law and Development Perspective on International Trade Law (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 1st ed, 2011) 49-80.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Untapped Potential of Investor-State Dispute Settlement involving Intellectual Property Rights and Expropriation in Free Trade Agreements’ (2011) 15 (3) Ewha Law Journal 1-24.
  • Bryan Mercurio and Mitali Tyagi, ‘China’s Evolving Role in WTO Dispute Settlement: Acceptance, Consolidation and Activation’ (2012) 3 European Yearbook of International Economic Law 89-123.
  • Bryan Mercurio and Renee Charters, ‘A Call for an Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Labour: Why and how the WTO should play a role in upholding core labour standards’ (2012) 37 (3) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 101-160.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘China and the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights’ (2012) 2012 (1) China Perspectives 23-28.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Seizing’ Pharmaceuticals in Transit: Analysing the WTO Dispute that Wasn’t’ (2012) 61 (2) International and comparative law quarterly 389-426.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Beyond the Text: The Significance of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement’ (2012) 15 (2) Journal of International Economic Law 361-390.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Intellectual Property Rights in International Investment Agreements’ (Paper presented at the The Global Financial and Economic Crisis and the Post-Crisis International Economic Law Environment, Asian International Economic Law Network, Hong Kong, 15 July 2011) 26 pgs.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Legal Framework for Reducing Carbon Emissions: Its Design and Consistency with the WTO’ (Paper presented at 32nd Annual Attorney-General’s International Trade Conference, Commonwealth Attorney-Generals Office, Canberra, Australia, 23 September  2011).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Technology Transfer Obligations under TRIPs in light of the upcoming expiration of the transition period in 2013’ (Paper presented at International Conference on Trade, Science, Technology, and Justice, Institute of Technology Law at National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2 November  2011).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The ACTA and the TRIPS Agreement’ (Paper presented at The 2011 ILST Conference on Innovation, Competition and Regulation’, the Institute of Law for Science and Technology, National Tsing Hua University, 4 November 2011).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Potential Effect of Intellectual Property Rights in International Investment Agreements’ (Paper presented at Contemporary Issues in Investment Arbitration: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia’s Growth & Development, UNCTAD/City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 21 November 2011).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘China is not a world leading economy: the case of intellectual property rights’ (Paper presented at Is China Ready to Replace the US as the World’s Leading Economy? – A Legal Perspective, Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development, Hong Kong, 10 January 2012).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Public Health and Plain Packaging of Cigarettes: Under Threat or Hardly Threatened’ (Paper presented at School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong,  21 February 2012).
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘China and the Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: Progress and Retreat’ (Paper presented at China’s WTO Decade, French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC), 29 May 2012).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Michael Ramsden, Labour Tribunal Ordinance in Hong Kong Civil Procedure 2012 – The Hong Kong White Book in The Hon. Mr. Justice Chan (ed) (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2012 ed, 2011).
  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh (eds), The Hong Kong Minimum Wage Ordinance (Hong Kong: Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 1st ed, 2011) 125 pgs.
  • Michael Ramsden, Luke Marsh and Benson Tsoi (eds), The Hong Kong Drug Trafficking (Recovery of Proceeds) Ordinance: Commentary and Annotations (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 1st ed, 2012) 200 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Archbold News (No 1 of 2012)’ (2012).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Secretary of State for the Home Department v. MB (FC) (Appellant), House of Lords 2007 ILDC 825’ (2012) Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Radmacher in Hong Kong: Choosing Between Autonomy and Equal Sharing’ (2011) 41 (3) Hong Kong Law Journal 785-812.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Law and Flexibility – Rule of Law Limits of a Rhetorical Silver Bullet’ (2011) 11 The Journal Jurisprudence 549-567.
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Chinese Investments Overseas: Onshore Rules and Offshore Risks’ (2012) 45 (4) The International Lawyer 1029-1049.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Flexibilisation’ of Norms and Values as Basis for a Multi-cultural World Order’ (Paper presented at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung AS Forum, Beijing, China, December 2011).
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Establishing Sound Competition Law Cultures in Asia – Just Wishful Thinking?’ (Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asian Competition Forum, Hong Kong, December 2011).
  • Grenzueberschreitende M&As in China: Entwicklungstendenzen aus juristischer Sicht (Cross-border M&As in China – Developments from the Legal Point of View), (Paper presented at the conference “With the thorne crown and the sword – the Chinese legal system” organized by Austrian Institute for China and South-East Asia Studies (2012-11).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Chao Xi and Lixin Yang, ‘Medical Liability Laws in China: The Tale of Two Regimes’ (2011) 19 (2) Tort Law Review 65-75.

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Environmental Law Education in Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at the International Conference on Environmental Law Education, Environmental Law Association of the Chinese Society of Environmental Science, Shandong UST, Qingdao, China, October 2011) 4 pgs.
  • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Public Access to Corporate Environmental Information in China — Informational Regulation in the Making’ (Paper presented at International Conference on Environmental Governance and Sustainable Development, Beihang University and Christopher Newport University, Beijing, China, June 2012) 17 pgs.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Public Access to Corporate Environmental Information in China — Informational Regulation in the Making?” in China’s Environmental Governance and Sustainable Development organized by Beihang University and Christopher Newport University (2012-06)
  • “Environmental Law Education in Hong Kong” in Environmental Law Education, Green Civilization and Rule of Law organized by Environmental Law Association of the Chinese Environmental Science Society and Shangdong University of Science and Technology (2011-10)