- Faculty of Business and Society
- Lecturer / Senior Lecturer
- (01443) 6 54624
Tort, Contractual & Tortious remedies (LLB & CPE)
Current School Responsibilities:
Course Director, Graduate Diploma in Law/Common Professional Examination
No light in Dark Corners: National Grid v Laws Journal of Business Law (2000).
No Respite from the Storm – Edge v Pensions Ombudsman Nottingham Law Journal (2000).
Pensions Law – Challenges and Changes – A paper given to the Confederation of South Wales Law Societies (2001).
Interpretation, Money and Debt – When Three Concepts Collide: National Grid v Mayes Journal of Business Law (publication 2002).
The Odd Couple? Hastings Bass and Mistake, Conveyancer & Property Lawyer (2006).
If You Don’t Know Where You are Going, Any Road Will Take You There (Steria v Hutchinson), Conveyancer & Property Lawyer (2006).
Construction of Pension Scheme Documents – The Issue of Estoppel, Trust Law International (2006).
Re-Thinking Good Faith in Occupational Pension Schemes, The Conveyancer & Property Lawyer (2007).
Choice & Risk in Pensions: Contracting Out in the UK, in Hyde, M. and Dixon, J. (eds), Market, State and Associations in Retirement Provision: State Security, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, forthcoming.
Member of the Society of Legal Scholars
Pensions, especially the Pensions Ombudsman. Also remedies (inc. restitution), public law and tort.
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