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18-08-'15

Ucall-researchers write best read Ars Aequi-article

The article ‘Gas drilling in Groningen and the liability of the NAM (Gasboringen in Groningen en de aansprakelijkheid van de NAM)’, written by Ucall-researchers Rianka Rijnhout, Ellen Gijselaar and Jessy Emaus is the best read article published in Ars Aequi of the past academic year. The article was published in Ars Aequi November 2014.

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21-07-'15

Ucall-researcher Stefan Kulk cited by The Guardian

Ucall-researcher Stefan Kulk has been cited by The Guardian in the article “Google accidentally reveals data on ‘right to be forgotten’ requests”. Click here for the article.

 
 

16-07-'15

Parliamentary questions in response to PhD-dissertation Louise Vytopil

The PhD-dissertation of UCALL-researcher Louise Vytopil has led Member of the Parliament Sharon van Gesthuizen (SP) to file a number of parliamentary questions to the Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation. The parliamentary questions can be found here.

 
 

13-07-'15

Stefan Kulk blogs about Dutch revenge porn case on Stanford’s CIS blog

UCALL-researcher Stefan Kulk wrote a blog for Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society on the Dutch revenge porn case against Facebook. On June 25th, the Amsterdam District Court ruled that Facebook has a duty to release information identifying an uploader of revenge porn onto the social network.

Click here to read the blog.

 
 

08-07-'15

Liesbeth Enneking receives TPR rotating professorship position 2015-2016 at University of Leuven

For the academic year 2015-2016, Ucall researcher Liesbeth Enneking will hold a rotating professorship position at the University of Leuven’s Department of Law. The position will be funded by the Belgian/Dutch Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht (TPR) and comes with a stipend of 7,500 EUR. As part of her appointment, Enneking will hold an inaugural lecture, give lectures in the Department’s course on Global Law, and organize a seminar or expert meetings on the topic of corporate duties of care in the context of international corporate social responsibility.

About Liesbeth Enneking

Liesbeth Enneking is an Assistant Professor at UCALL, the Utrecht Centre for Accountability and Liability Law of Utrecht University. In May 2012, she obtained her doctorate for a PhD on the role that Western society systems of tort law may play in promoting international corporate social responsibility and accountability. As of January 2015, Enneking is engaged full-time for a period of two years in four high-profile research projects within her field of expertise, commissioned by the European Commission, the Dutch Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs (WODC), the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the insurance company AXA.