Richard Lang

Richard Lang
Cardiff Metropolitan University | cardiffmet · Cardiff School of Management

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Richard Lang currently works at Liverpool Hope University. Richard does research in EU Law and Human Rights Law. One of his current principal research interests is Brexit/ the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.

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On 2 nd October 2016, Theresa May gave the clearest indication yet that the UK will be leaving not only the European Union, but the European Economic Area too, finding herself outside " Fortress Europe " altogether. Thus while Brexit might offer exciting opportunities for the British to " go it alone " , setting our own standards, this would have t...
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Dr Richard Lang tackles the controversy which has arisen since the Brexit Referendum around the legality, as a matter of UK constitutional law, of the Prime Minister invoking Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union without prior (and explicit) parliamentary consent. Lang contends that, regardless of the legality or otherwise of such a move in UK...
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Annotation of Case C-56/13 Érsekcsanádi Mezőgazdasági Zrt v Bács-Kiskun Megyei Kormányhivatal (Court of Justice, 22 May 2014) In May 2014, the Court of Justice delivered a judgment in which a Hungarian concern unsuccessfully sought damages from the Hungarian authorities for economic loss caused to it by an EU ban, prompted by an outbreak of avian...
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Our paper will investigate the Directive establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime, which was adopted by the European Parliament on 12 September 2012, and by the Council on 4 October 2012. The paper will fall into two parts. In the first part, we will attempt a broad overview of the Directive, in ord...
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Rushed by the Danish Presidency of the Council, the Directive establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime was adopted by the European Parliament on 12 September 2012, pursuant to a First-Reading Agreement between the two institutions. Questions remain though about the identification of vulnerable victim...
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The purpose of this short comment is twofold. First, it is to update readers on the progress of the Commission’s proposed directive on victims’ rights. Secondly, the authors, who regularly work with the victims of cyberstalking, criticize the directive in its current form for failing to make a specific reference to this crime, which has major cross...
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Richard Lang follows the winding path of the Yukos v Russia case.
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It was hoped that Article 230 EC (as it then was) would be transformed by, firstly, the Convention on the Future of Europe, and, later, the negotiations leading to the Treaty of Lisbon. The procedure for challenging Community acts (now Union acts) before the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) had for years been stymied by its restrictive rules on lo...
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It will be seen that Article 1 of Protocol No 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights consists of three sentences, two in the first paragraph, and one in the second. However, the complicated inter-relation of these three sentences is still not resolved despite a half a century of case-law from the European Court of Human Rights. The aim of thi...

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