Publications

No research is ever quite complete. It is the glory of a good bit of work that it opens the way for something still better, and this repeatedly leads to its own eclipse. - Mervin Gordon

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“Watch out! This is my personal data privacy” “注意 ! 這是我的個人資料私隱”CityU HK Press (Chinese edition)

2017

“A Curious Case of HK Judicial Review on Appeal Procedures, One Too Many?” (2017) Nottingham Law Journal Vol 26 115-119

2017

“An Economic Perspective on the Inherent Plausibility and Frequency of Predatory Pricing: The Case for More Aggressive Regulation” European Competition Journal (2020), DOI: 10.1080/17441056.2020.1770478

2020

“Charities” The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong 12.2013

2013

“Excessive Stay Applications in Litigating Experimental Treatment Decisions: The Case of Charlie Gard” (2019) McGill Journal of Law and Health Vol 12(2) 247

2019

“ICSID and BIT Arbitrations and China” Journal of International Arbitration, Kluwer, 2007. (This article was referred to in paragraph 145 of the judgment of the Singapore Court of Appeal in Sanum Investments Ltd v Government of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic [2016] SGCA 57)

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2007

“Legal Developments on the Right to be Forgotten – Is the Time Ripe for Hong Kong?” (2017) Hong Kong Law Journal Vol 47 847-870

2017

“The Global Impact of the COVID 19 Pandemic on Commercial Dispute Resolution in the First 7 Months” IBA’s Dispute Resolution International, October 2020 (publication pending)

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2020

“Third-Party Funding of Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Hong Kong: Who, When, How?” BCDR International Arbitration Review, (publication pending)

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2020

“Turning the Rivalrous Relations between Arbitration and Mediation into Cooperative or Convergent Modes of a Dispute Settlement Mechanism for Commercial Disputes in East Asia”, 12 (1) Contemp.Asia Arb J.107 (2019)

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2019

“Unravelling Gagging Orders: A Step in the Right Direction” (2018) Civil Justice Quarterly Vol 37 20-30

2018

Administrative Law in Hong Kong, 2nd Edition

1992

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