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The state: A sine qua non of public law? A critique of Martin Loughlin’s state-centred approach to public law (Taylor & Francis, 2019-01-02)Abstract: This article critically considers a state-centred approach to public law that has been epitomised in Martin Loughlin’s claim that the concept of the state is the sine qua non of public law. More precisely, the ...
(Marinex Press, 2018-04-13)Much of our commercial activity is conducted via agents. This is true of natural persons, but also of organisations, whether unincorporated or corporate entities. “Attribution” questions are therefore pervasive. Despite ...
Features of the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, such as platforms, AI and machine learning, pose challenges for the application of regulatory rules, in the area of labour law as elsewhere. However, today’s digital ...