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The evolution of EU communications law and next generation networks: the limits of legal flexibility
(Queen Mary University of London, 2012)
This thesis analyses the evolution of the EU legal regulatory framework for electronic communications in light of the changes in the law's technological and business environment, namely the shift to Next Generation ...
The misconception of F. I. Schechter.
(Queen Mary University of London, 2010-09)
After briefly examining the history of trade marks and establishing the theoretical framework of trade mark functions, an analysis from the perspective of semiotics is conducted, viewing the trade mark as a sign. This ...
The Application of Article 101 of the Treaty of Lisbon to forms of horizontal collaboration in the Financial Services Sector
(Queen Mary University of London, 2011-07)
Since the dawn of the European Union, insurance and banking undertakings claimed to be subject to a special status vis-à-vis the application of EU competition law, due to the quasi social nature of the services they ...