Publications

Publications by Iain Sheridan

Selected articles

  • “Artificial Intelligence that can support high value contracts – ethics, grey matter and machines”, to be published March 2020.
  • “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.
  • “How to practise in China”, (February 2016) The Resolver.
  • “Tools to improve International Arbitration”, (October 2015) International Financial Law Review.
  • “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.
  • “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?”, at the Chamber of Advocates, St Petersburg (2017).
  • “International arbitration under the New York Convention”, OECD sponsored training for High Court judges, held in Beirut, Lebanon (2016).
  • “Innovative and tax efficient strategies for global joint venture success”, at the offices of Lenovo, Beijing (2015).
  • “International arbitration under the New York Convention”, United Nations sponsored training for High Court judges, held 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 law relevant to multinational corporations”, at the offices of Skadden Arps, Washington DC (2010).
  • “How innovative lawyers think”, held in Beijing Financial Street, Beijing (2009).
“A thorough, highly competent, energetic lawyer with a forensic mind; which can prove highly valuable in legally complex situations.”
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