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  • D. Erdos, 'Beyond ʻHaving a Domesticʼ?  Regulatory Interpretation of European Data Protection Law and Individual Publication” (Computer Law and Security Review (2017)


  • D. Erdos, ʻStatutory Regulation of Professional Journalism under European Data Protection:  Down But Not Out?ʼ, Journal of Media Law (Vol. 8 (2), pp. 229-265) (2016)
  • D. Erdos, 'European Data Protection Regulation and Online New Media:  Mind the Enforcement Gaps', Journal of Law and Society (Vol. 43 (4), pp. 534-64) (2016)
  • D. Erdos, 'European Regulatory Interpretation of the Interface between Data Protection and Traditional Journalism:  An Incomplete and Imperfect Balancing Act?', Public Law (Issue 4, pp. 631-650) (2016) 
  • J. Davis, (with A. Durant), ‘HAVE A BREAK and the Changing Demands of Trade Mark Registration’ Q.M.J.I.P. (2015) 5(2), pp. 132-156
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Tracing the Outline of a Ghost: the Fair Balance between Copyright and Fundamental Rights in Intermediary Liability” (2015-6) Info - The Journal of Policy, Regulation and Strategy for Telecommunications, Information and Media, pp. 72-96
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Challenging Compliance with international Intellectual Property Norms in Investor-State Dispute Settlement', Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), Special Issue on Intellectual Property and Investment Protection, Spring 2016
  • D. Erdos, 'European Data Protection and Media Expression: Fundamentally Off Balance' International and Comparative Law Quarterly, (2016) 65 (1), pp. 139-183


  • D. Erdos, 'Data Protection Confronts Freedom of Expression on the ʻNew Mediaʼ Internet: The Stance of European Regulatory Authorities', (2015) European Law Review, 40 (4), pp. 531-562
  • D. Erdos, 'From the Scylla of Restriction to the Charybdis of Licence? Exploring the Scope of the "special purposes" Freedom of Expression Shield in European Data Protection", (2015) Common Market Law Review, Vol. 52 (1), pp. 119-153


  • L. Bently ‘The First Trade Mark Case at Common Law? The Story of Singleton v Bolton‘, (1783), (2014) 47 U California Davis L Rev pp. 969-1014
  • C. Angelopoulos “Are Blocking Injunctions against ISPs Allowed in Europe? Copyright Enforcement in the Post-Telekabel EU Legal Landscape” (2014) 10 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, pp. 812-821. Republished in GRUR International, Vol. 11, pp. 1089-1096
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Principles for Intellectual Property Provisions in Bilateral and Regional Agreements', European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR),(2014) 36 (4), pp.207-211
  • D. Erdos, 'Data Protection and the Right to Reputation: Filling the "Gaps" After the Defamation Act 2013', (2014) Cambridge Law Journal, Vol. 73(3), pp. 536-569


  • C. Angelopoulos “Beyond the Safe Harbours: Harmonising Substantive Intermediary Liability for Copyright Infringement in Europe” (2013) 3 Intellectual Property Quarterly, pp. 253-274
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Introducing the Principles for Intellectual Property Provisions in Bilateral and Regional Agreements', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC), (2013) 44(3), pp.873-877
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, Principles for Intellectual Property Provisions in Bilateral and Regional Agreements, (together with J Drexl, R Hilty, G Dinwoodie, C Correa, P Roffe, X Seuba, S Frankel, A Kur, S Nadde Phlix, H Hestermeyer, T Jaeger, M Bakhoum, M Lamping, B Mercurio, P Yu, J De Beer) International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC), (2013) 44(8), pp.878-883
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'An International Trade Perspective on Transit Seizures, Tijdschrift op het gebied van Merken- en Modellenrecht / Magazine dans le domaine du droit des marques et modèles' (BMM Bulletin), (2013), 39(3-4), pp. 142-149
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'A Conflict-of-Laws Approach to Competing Rationalities in International Law: The Case of Plain Packaging between IP, Trade, Investment and Health,' Journal of Private International Law, (2013) 9(2) pp. 309-348
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'The International Legal Framework for the Protection of Utility Models', The WIPO Journal, (2013) 4, pp.175-190
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'The Role of TRIPS in a Fragmented IP World', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (2012) 43(8), pp.881-884
  • D. Erdos, 'Freedom of Expression Turned On Its Head: Academic Social Research and Journalism in the European Union’s Privacy Framework', (2013) Public Law, Issue 1, pp. 52-73


  • L. Bently The Return of Industrial Copyright?’ (2012) European Intellectual Property Review
  • C. Angelopoulos “The Myth of European Term Harmonisation: 27 Public Domains for the 27 Member States” (2012) 5 International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC), pp. 567-594
  • C. Angelopoulos “Determining the Term of Protection for Films: When Does a Film Fall into the Public Domain in Europe?” IRIS plus 2012-2, European Audiovisual Observatory, Strasbourg 2012, pp. 7-21
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, Internationaler Investitionsschutz und geistiges Eigentum (International Investment Law and Intellectual Property), in Zeitschrift für Geistiges Eigentum (Intellectual Property Journal),  (2012) 4(1), pp.1-33 – translated (by Karin Grau-Kuntz) and reprinted in Revista Jurídica do Cesuca as “Proteção Internacional do Investimento e Propriedade Intelectual” (2013), pp.188-218 (online available at
  • D. Erdos, 'The Rudd Government’s Rejection of an Australian Bill of Rights: A Stunted Case of Aversive Constitutionalism?', (2012) Parliamentary Affairs, 65 (2), pp. 359-379
  • D. Erdos, 'Constructing the Labyrinth: The Impact of Data Protection on the Development of ‘ethical’ Regulation in Social Science', (2012) Information Communication and Society, 15 (1), pp. 104-123


  • L. Bently 'Exclusions from Patentability and Exceptions to Patentees’ Right: Taking Exceptions Seriously’, (2011) 64 Current Legal Problems pp. 315-347
  • L. Bently 'The Extraordinary Multiplicity of Intellectual Property Laws in the British Colonies in the Nineteenth Century,’ (2011) 12 Theoretical Inquiries in Law pp. 161-200
  • C. Angelopoulos “Amended Directive Extends the Term of Protection for Performers and Sound Recordings” (2011) 11 GRUR International, pp. 987-989
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Opinion of European Academics on ACTA', together with R. D’Erme, Ch. Geiger, C. Heinze, T. Jaeger, R. Matulionyte, A. Metzger Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law (JIPITEC)  (2011) 65 (2)
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'The International Law Relation Between TRIPS and Subsequent TRIPS-Plus Free Trade Agreements: Towards Safeguarding TRIPS Flexibilities?' Journal of Intellectual Property Law,  (2011) 18(2), pp.327-365 – available on SSRN at
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'A Trade Agreement Creating Barriers to International Trade? ACTA Border Measures and Goods in Transit'  American University International Law Review  (2011) 26(3), pp.645-726 and as Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Second Biennial Global Conference paper, (July 8-10, 2010) available on SSRN at
  • D. Erdos, 'Systematically Handicapped? Social Research in the Data Protection Framework', Information and Communications Technology Law, (2011) 20 (2), pp. 83-101
  • D. Erdos, 'Stuck in the Thicket? Social Research under the First Data Protection Principle', International Journal of Law and Information Technology, (2011) 19 (2), pp. 133-152


  • L. Bently and J. C. Ginsburg 'The Sole Right…Shall Return to the Authors,’ Anglo-American Authors’ Reversion Rights from the Statute of Anne to Contemporary US Copyright,’ (2010) 25 (3) Berkeley Technology Law Journal pp. 1475-1599
  • C. Angelopoulos “Product Placement in European Audiovisual Productions”, IRIS plus 2010-3, European Audiovisual Observatory, pp. 1-21
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'The Role of Atypical Acts in EU External Trade and Intellectual Property Policy' together with T Jaeger and R Kordic, European Journal of International Law,  (2010) 21(4), pp. 901-939
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'China – Intellectual Property Rights: Implications for Trips-Plus Border Measures', Journal of World Intellectual Property  (2010) 13(5), pp. 620-638
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law on the Review of EU Legislation on Customs Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights' together with J. Drexl, R. Hilty, and T. Jaeger (May 28, 2010), International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law,  (2010) 41(6), pp.674-694 – published also as Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition & Tax Law Research Paper No. 10-08 - available on SSRN at
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'A Real Partnership for Development? Sustainable Development as Treaty Objective in European Economic Partnership Agreements and Beyond,'  Journal of International Economic Law  (March 2010) 13(1), pp.139-180 – Oxford University Press, online available at
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Tailoring IP protection for sustainable development: An examination of the CARIFORUM EPA' - Trade Negotiations Insights • Volume 9 • Number 9 • November 2010 – online available at
  • D. Erdos, 'Smoke but No Fire? The Politics of a ‘British’ Bill of Rights', Political Quarterly, (2010) 81 (2), pp. 188-198


  • C. Angelopoulos “Filtering the Internet for Copyrighted Content in Europe”, IRIS plus 2009-4, European Audiovisual Observatory, pp. 1-12
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Time for a Paradigm Shift? Exploring Maximum Standards in International Intellectual Property Protection'  Journal Trade, Law and Development, (2009) 1(1), pp.56-102, also available on SSRN at – reprinted in: L Helfer (Ed.) Intellectual Property and Human Rights (Edward Elgar, 2013)
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Policing Patents Worldwide? EC Border Measures against Transiting Generic Drugs under EC- and WTO Intellectual Property Regimes', together with Thomas Jaeger, published in the International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, (IIC)  (2009) 40(5), pp.502-538
  • D. Erdos, 'Postmaterialist Social Constituencies and Political Triggers: Explaining Bill of Rights Genesis in Internally Stable, Advanced Democracies', Political Research Quarterly, (2009)  64 (4), pp. 798-810
  • D. Erdos, 'Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement Twenty Years On: A Retrospective', Parliamentary Affairs, (2009) 64 (4), pp. 537-551
  • D. Erdos, 'Charter 88, Democratic Constitutionalism and Europeanisation –Ambiguous Relationships', Parliamentary Affairs, (2009) 64 (4), pp. 580-599
  • D. Erdos, 'Ideology, Power Orientation and Policy Drag: Explaining the Elite Politics of Britain’s Bill of Rights debate', Government and Opposition, (2009)  44(1), pp. 20-41
  • D. Erdos, 'Judicial Culture and the Politico-legal Opportunity structure: Explaining Bill of Rights Legal Impact in New Zealand', Law and Social Inquiry, (2009)  34 (1), pp. 95-127


  • L. Bently ‘Authorship of Popular Music in Copyright Law’ (2008) Information, Communication and Society (Special Issue) pp. 179-204
  • L. Bently ‘R. v The Author: From Death Penalty to Community Service’ (2008) 32 Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts pp. 1-109
  • C. Seville ‘Authors as Copyright Campaigners: Mark Twain’s Legacy’ (2008) 55 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA 283-359
  • C. Angelopoulos and J. van Hoboken), “Workshop on Audiovisual Search: Summary of the Discussion” in Searching for Audiovisual Content (IRIS Special, European Audiovisual Observatory 2008), pp. 1-10
  • C. Angelopoulos “Freedom of Expression and Copyright: the Double Balancing Act” (2008) 3 Intellectual Property Quarterly, pp. 328-353
  • C. Angelopoulos “Modern Intellectual Property Legislation: Warm for Reform” (2008) 2 Entertainment Law Review, pp. 35-40
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'A Pirate of the Caribbean? The Attractions of Suspending TRIPS Obligations'  Journal of International Economic Law,  (2008) 11(2), pp. 313-364
  • D. Erdos, 'Elite Supply ‘Blockages’ and the Failure of National Bill of Rights Initiatives in Australia: a Comparative Westminster Analysis', Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, (2008)  46(3), pp. 341-364


  • I. Alexander ‘Criminalising Copyright: A Story of Pirates, Publishers and Pieces of Eight’ (2007) 66 Cambridge Law Journal 625-656
  • L. Bently ‘Copyright, Translations, and Relations Between Britain and India in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries’ (2007) 82(3) Chicago-Kent Law Review pp. 1181-1240
  • C. Seville ‘Copyright in Perfumes: Smelling a Rat’ (case note) (2007) 66 Cambridge Law Journal 49-52
  • C. Seville ‘From Pirates to Eagles: America’s changing view of copyright’ (2007) European Intellectual Property Review 406-410
  • C. Seville ‘Developments in UK Copyright Law’ 214 (2007) Revue Internationale du Droit D’auteur 132-195
  • C. Seville Current Developments: EU IP Law, ICLQ 56 (2007) 899-906
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'The Role of Chairman’s Statements in the WTO' Journal of World Trade, (2007) 41(3), pp. 475-534
  • D. Erdos, 'Aversive Constitutionalism in the Westminster World: the Genesis of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act (1990)', International Journal of Constitutional Law, (2007) 5(2), pp. 343-369


  • P. Akester, ‘Study on the draft WIPO Broadcasting Treaty and its impact on freedom of expression" (2006) April-June UNESCO e-Copyright Bulletin
  • L. Bently The Impact of European Geographical Indications on National Rights in Member States’ (2006) 96 Trademark Reporter 850-905 (with Brad Sherman)
  • C. Seville, ‘Commanding the ©s to retreat. Lessons in copyright governance from the nineteenth century’, (2006) 2 Intellectual Property Quarterly 73-90
  • P. Akester, ‘Digital Rights Management in the 21st Century' (2006) 3 European Intellectual Property Review 159
  • P. Akester, ‘The political dimension of the digital challenge: copyright and free speech restrictions in the digital age' 2006 (1) Intellectual Property Quarterly 16


  • P. Akester, ‘The economic dimension of the digital challenge: a copyright perspective' (2005) 1 Intellectual Property Quarterly 69 (with Professor Francisco Lima)
  • L. Bently, United Kingdom, in P.Geller (ed.)International Copyright: Law and Practice (New York: Matthew Bender, from 1998, annually updated)
  • J. Davies ‘Locating the Average Consumer: His Judicial Origins, Intellectual 'Influences and Current Role in European Trade Mark Law', [2005] 2 Intellectual Property Quarterly, 183
  • J. Davies, ‘The need to leave free for others to use and the trade mark common in J. Phillips and I. Simon (eds.), Trade Mark Use: Essays in the Concept of Use
    in Relation to Trade Mark Law
    (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2005) p. 31
  • K. Liddell and A Hall, ‘Beyond Bristol and Alder Hey: The Future Regulation of Human Tissue’ (2005) Medical Law Review (forthcoming 2005).
  • K. Liddell, ‘The Mythical Connection Between Data Protection Law and Confidentiality: Processing Data “Lawfully” ’ (2005) 6(6) Bio-science Law Review 215-222
  • K. Liddell and S Wallace, ‘Emerging Regulatory Issues for Human Stem Cell Medicine’ (2005) 1(1) Genomics, Society and Policy 54-73


  • P. Akester, ‘Authorship and Authenticity in Cyberspace' (2004) 20:6 Computer Law & Security Report 436
  • L. Bently, ‘Copyright and The Victorian Internet: Telegraphic Property Laws In Colonial Australia’ (2004) Loyola Los Angeles Law Review pp. 71-176
  • J. Davis, ‘A European constitution for IPRs? Competition, trade marks and culturally significant signs', (2004) 41. 4 Common Market Law Review 1005
  • D. K. Menon and K Liddell, ‘Legislation and Research in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine’ (2004) Journal of the Intensive Care Society 98
  • K Liddell, D. K. Menon and R. Zimmern, ‘The Human Tissue Bill and the Mental Capacity Bill’ (2004) 328 British Medical Journal 1510-11
  • C. Seville, ‘Copyright term: who’s taking the Mickey?’ (case note on Eldred v Ashcroft) (2004) 63 Cambridge Law Journal 291
  • C. Seville, ‘The United Kingdom’s implementation of the Copyright Directive’, 202 (October 2004) Revue International du Droit D’Auteur 184
  • C. Seville, ICLQ 53 (2004) 487-493
  • C. Seville, ICLQ 53 (2004) 1012-1023
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Materielle Gegenseitigkeit bei Immaterialgüterrechten gegenüber internationalem Handelsrecht – Zum Rechtsschutz amerikanischer Datenbankhersteller in der EU' (Reciprocal protection of Intellectual Property Rights versus the Obligations under International Trade Law) Archiv für Urheber und Medienrecht (UFITA – Journal on Copyright and Media Law), (2004) No. III, pp.859-900


  • P. Akester, ‘Comment on Théberge v. Galerie d'Art du Petit Champlain Inc' (2003) 34:7 International Review of Industrial Property and Copyright Law 833
  • L. Bently, ‘Recent Developments in Trade Marks Law: The Jurisprudence of the ECJ Since 1 January 2002’, (2003) Yearbook of European Law pp.583-632
  • J. Davis,‘To Protect or Serve? European Trade Mark Law and the Decline of the Public Interest'  (2003)  25 European Intellectual Property Review 180
  • C. Seville, ‘Peter Pan’s rights: ‘to die will be an awfully big adventure (2003) 51 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA (2003) 1
  • C. Seville, ‘Peter Pan’s Right: To Protect or Petrify?’, (2003) 33 The Cambridge Quarterly 119
  • C. Seville, ‘Copyright’s bargain - defining our terms’, (2003) Intellectual Property Quarterly 312


  • L. Bently, ‘Art and the Making of Modern Copyright Law’ in D.McLean & K.Schubert, Dear Images: Art, Copyright and Culture (London: ICA/Ridinghouse, 2002)
  • L. Bently & R, Burrell, ‘The Requirement of Trade Mark Use’ (2002) 13 Australian Intellectual Property Journal 181 (with Robert Burrell)
  • J. Davis, 'European Trade Mark Law and the Enclosure of the Commons'  (2002) 4 Intellectual Property Quarterly 342
  • J. Davis, ‘The Baby-Dry' Case: The Modernisation of Trade Marks?', Case note, (2002) Cambridge Law Journal
  • J. Davis, 'Book review: The Legal Aspects of the Community Trade Mark by Eric Gastinel and Mark Milford' (2002) February European Law Review
  • K. Liddell, ‘Just Genetic Discrimination? The Ethics of Australian Law Reform Proposals’ (2002) 25(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 160
  • K. Liddell, ‘Did the Watchdog Bark, Bite or Whimper?– The UK Report on the Use of Personal Genetic Information’ (2002) 9(3) European Journal of Health Law 243


  • P. Akester,‘Survey of Technological Measures for Protection of Copyright'  (2001) 12:1 Ent. L.R. 36
  • L. Bently and B. Sherman, ‘Great Britain and the Signing of the Berne Convention in 1886’ (2001) 48 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA pp. 311-340
  • K. Liddell, ‘Litigation: Effects on Medical Research’ in N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes (eds) International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioural Sciences (Pergamon Oxford 2001) p 8995
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, 'Electronic Agents and the Legal Protection of Non-creative Databases'  International Journal of Law and Information Technology – Special Issue on Electronic Agents,  (2001) 9(3), pp. 295-326