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  • N. W. Barber, 'Sovereignty Re-examined' (2000) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
    Please note this was not submitted for the last RAE
    ISBN: 0143-6503
  • N. W. Barber, 'The Doctrine of State Necessity in Pakistan' (2000) 116 Law Quarterly Review 332 [Case Note]
    Please note that this was not included in the last RAE
    ISBN: 0023-933X
  • P P Craig, 'Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance' (2000) House of Lords Select Committee on the EU
    I was invited to give evidence before the Select Committee on various issues concerning the status and content of what became the TSCG
  • P P Craig, 'Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance' (2000) House of Commons Select Committee on the EU
    I was invited to give evidence before the House of Commons Select Committee on the EU concerning what became the TSCG
  • R Williams, 'Unjust Enrichment in EU Law' (2000) Bar European Group Bar European Group Seminar
    King's College London Strand Campus Members of the Bar European Group. I was invited to speak alongside Laurence Rabinowitz QC by Tom de la Mare of Blackstone Chambers and the event was chaired by Lord Justice Etherton.
  • H Eidenmüller, Vertrags- und Verfahrensrecht der Wirtschaftsmediation: Mediationsvereinbarungen, Mediatorverträge, Mediationsvergleiche, Internationale Mediationsfälle (Otto Schmidt 2000)
  • H Eidenmüller, 'Vertrauensmechanismus und Vertrauenshaftung' in U Neumann and L Schulz (eds), Verantwortung in Recht und Moral (Steiner 2000)
  • A Briggs, 'VTB Capital plc v Nutritek International Corpn [2013] UKSC 5, [2013] 2 WLR 398' (2000)
    Case concerned with jurisdiction agreements: see paras 110, 221, 222, 234, 235
  • JA Armour, 'Who Pays When Polluters Go Bust?' (2000) 116 Law Quarterly Review 200
    ISBN: 0023-933X
  • P P Craig, '‘Contract, Public Law and Accountability’' in F Rose (ed), Lex Mercatoria, Essays on International Commercial Law in Honour of Francis Reynolds (Oxford University Press 2000)
  • P P Craig, '‘Public Law, Political Theory and Legal Theory’ ' (2000) PL 211
  • P P Craig and S Schonberg, '‘Substantive Legitimate Expectations after Coughlan’' (2000) PL 684
  • P P Craig and S Schonberg, '‘Substantive Legitimate Expectations after Coughlan’' (2000) PL 684
  • P P Craig, '‘The Fall and Renewal of the Commission: Accountability, Contract and Administrative Organisation’' (2000) 6 ELJ 98
  • P P Craig, '‘Three Perspectives on the Relationship between Administrative Justice and Administrative Law’' in R Creyke and J McMillan (eds), Administrative Justice – The Core and the Fringe (2000)
  • M R Freedland, S Fredman and C McCrudden, An EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (Sweet and Maxwell 2000)
  • H Collins, 'Formalism and Efficiency: Designing European Commercial Contract Law' (2000) 8 European Review of Private Law 211
  • H Collins (ed), Legal Regulations of the Employment Relation (Kluwer Law International 2000)
    ISBN: 9041198121
  • JA Armour, 'Share Capital and Creditor Protection: Efficient Rules for a Modern Company Law?' (2000) 63 Modern Law Review 355
    DOI: 10.1111/1468-2230.00268
    This article examines the case for rules of company law which regulate the raising and maintenance of share capital by companies. The enquiry has practical relevance because the content of company law is currently under review, and the rules relating to share capital have been singled out for particular attention. The existing rules, which apply generally, are commonly rationalised as a means of protecting corporate creditors. The analysis considers whether such rules can be understood as responses to failures in the markets for corporate credit. It suggests that whilst the current rules are unlikely, on the whole, to be justified in terms of efficiency, a case may be made for a framework within which companies may 'opt in' to customised restrictions on dealings in their share capital.
    ISBN: 1468-2230/0026-7961

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