Publications by Iain Sheridan

Selected articles

  • “Artificial Intelligence that can support high value contracts – ethics, grey matter and machines”, to be published January 2021.
  • “FinTech and global capital markets – the impact of pro-enterprise regulation and English law”, (October 2018) Capital Markets Law Journal (Oxford University Press).
  • “MiFID II in the context of FinTech”, (October 2017) Capital Markets Law Journal (Oxford University Press).
  • “Smartphones, R&D and Corporation Tax”, (December 2016) Intertax (Kluwer).
  • “Qualitative Analytical Models for Arbitration”, (April 2016) Journal of International Arbitration.
  • “Tools to improve International Arbitration”, (October 2015) International Financial Law Review.
  • “How to go paperless”, (July 2015) The Resolver.
  • “Chinese Tax that benefits innovative Australian companies”, (2012) Taxation in Australia.
  • “Competing in China – Tax laws relevant to foreign companies”, (2011) Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation.
  • “M&A laws in China, Hong Kong and the UK, with special reference to Fund Management and Private Equity”, (2008) International Financial Law Review.
  • “Daring George to slay the dragon – alternative legal billing algorithm”, (2008) New Law Journal.
  • “EU-wide derivatives trading over the Internet”, (2002) International Financial Law Review.
  • “Prosecuting fraud over the Internet”, a primer for High Court judges (2001) (Butterworths).

Selected presentations and training

  • “Implementing MiFID II and Beyond – Data Flow”, London (2018).
  • “English Law Week: The Law – A noble profession or just a business?”, The Law Society and Bar Council sponsored event at the Chamber of Advocates, St Petersburg (2017).
  • “International arbitration under the New York Convention”, instructed by the United Nations to train High Court judges in Beirut, Lebanon (2016).
  • “Minimising paper use under English law”, at Heathrow Airport Holdings, London (2016).
  • “International arbitration under the New York Convention”, instructed by the United Nations to train High Court judges in Kharkiv, Ukraine (2015).
  • “Understanding Modern China: a puzzle inside a riddle wrapped in an enigma,” at the offices of Clayton Utz, Perth (2012).
  • “Managing IP in China”, at the offices of Freshfields, London (2011).
  • “Competing in China, tax laws relevant to multinational corporations”, at the offices of Skadden Arps, Washington DC (2010).
  • “How innovative lawyers think”, held in Beijing Financial Street, Beijing (2009).
“Lateral thinker. Able to think outside the box. Provided invaluable legal, IP, strategic and tax advice on our joint ventures in China.”
Projects Director, UK Institution