Members - Ken Oliphant

 
 

Ken Oliphant

Director, Institute for European Tort Law
Vice-Director, European Centre of
Tort and Insurance Law
Member, European Group on Tort Law

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Institute for European Tort Law
Reichsratsstraße 17/2
A-1010 Vienna
Austria
Tel.: (+43-1) 4277-29650
Fax: (+43-1) 4277-29670
E-Mail: ken.oliphant@oeaw.ac.at 
 
 
 
Curriculum Vitae 
    Ken Oliphant is Director of the Institute for European Tort Law of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, on extended leave from the University of Bristol where he is Professor of Tort Law. He previously held faculty positions at King’s College London (1988-99) and Cardiff University (1999-2006). He has written extensively in the fields of English, European and comparative tort law, and compensation for incapacity. He is the joint author of Tort Law: Text & Materials, 4th edn, Oxford University Press, 2010 (with Mark Lunney) and Torts, 4th edn, Palgrave MacMillan, 2011 (with Alastair Mullis), general editor of the practitioners’ reference work Tort Law (2nd edn, 2007) in the Butterworths Common Law Series, and editor of several books in the series Tort and Insurance Law. He also undertook the revision and updating of the title on Tort for Halsbury’s Laws of England, 5th edn, 2010, and in 2011 chaired an independent working group of leading academic experts responding to Lord Justice Jackson’s proposals for reform of civil litigation costs. His association with learned journals includes the Journal of European Tort Law (founding General Editor), the Torts Law Journal (UK correspondent), the Journal of Professional Negligence, the Journal of Law and Society and the Victoria University of Wellington Law Review (all editorial advisory board). He is a member of the European Group on Tort Law (for which he is currently leading a project on public authority liability), the European Law Institute, and the American Law Institute (for which he is currently an Adviser on the Restatement Third of Torts: Economic Harm).
 
List of Publications
Authored  Books
1.        Torts (with Alastair Mullis), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 4th edn, 2011 (xxx + 401 pages).  ISBN 9780230576759.
2.        Tort Law: Text & Materials (with Mark Lunney), 4th edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010 (lix + 999 pages). ISBN 9780199571802.
3.        Tort Law: Text & Materials (with Mark Lunney), 3rd edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007 (lxiv + 994 pages). ISBN 9780199211364.
4.        Tort Law: Text & Materials (with Mark Lunney), 2nd edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003 (lxii + 923 pages).  ISBN 0-19-926055-9.
5.        Torts (with Alastair Mullis), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 3rd edn, 2003 (xxxiv + 422 pages).  ISBN 0-333-96379-2.
6.        Tort Law: Text & Materials(with Mark Lunney), 1st edn., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000 (lx + 819 pages).  ISBN 0-19-876401-4.
7.        Torts (with Alastair Mullis), Basingstoke: Macmillan Press Ltd, 2rd edn, 1997 (xxviii + 354 pages).  ISBN 0-333-71903-4.
8.        Torts (with Alastair Mullis), Basingstoke: Macmillan Press Ltd, 1st edn, 1993 (xxiv + 280 pages).  ISBN 0-333-56418-9.
 
Edited  Books
9.        European Tort Law 2011, European Tort Law Yearbook (with Barbara C Steininger), Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012 (xi + 789). ISSN 2190-7773.
10.    Employers’ Liability and Workers’ Compensation, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol 31 (with Gerhard Wagner), Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012 (xxxix + 619 pages). ISBN 978-3-11-027021-1.
11.    Cultures of European Tort Law, special issue of the Journal of European Tort Law (vol 3 no 2, pp 147–280), Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISSN 1868-9612.
12.    Loss of Housekeeping Capacity, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol 28 (with Ernst Karner), Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012 (xvi + 327 pages). ISBN 978-3-89949-814-1.
13.    Symposium on Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Global Perspective(with Richard W Wright), Part II, special symposium issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review (vol 87 no 1, pp 1–198, excluding other contributions), 2012. ISSN 0009-3599.
14.    Symposium on Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Global Perspective(with Richard W Wright), Part I, special symposium issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review (vol 86 no 3, pp 1021–1301, excluding other contributions), 2011. ISSN 0009-3599.
15.    European Tort Law: Basic Texts(with Barbara C Steininger), Vienna: Jan Sramek Verlag, 2011 (xvi + 330 pages). ISBN 978-3-902638-50-2.
16.    Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol. 26, Vienna: Springer, 2009 (xii + 568 pages). ISBN 9783211922088.
17.    European Tort Law, King’s Law Journal special issue (vol. 20 issue 2), Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2009 (120 pages, excluding other contributions). ISSN 0961-5768.
18.    The Law of Tort(General Editor), 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007 (ccxxvii + 1932 pages). ISBN 9781405712408.
 
Reports
19.    Working Group on Civil Litigation Costs (chair Ken Oliphant), On a Slippery Slope – A Response to the Jackson Report, February 2011, http://ectil.org/oliphant/
20.    ‘England’, in B. Koch (ed.), Liability in Cases of Damage Resulting from the Presence of GMOs in Non-GMO Crops: A Report for the European Commission, 2007.
 
Papers in Academic Journals
21.    ‘Cultures of Tort Law in Europe’ (2012) 3 Journal of European Tort Law 147-158. ISSN 1868-9612.
22.    ‘Harmonising Private Law in the European Union: Past, Present and Future’, ANU Centre for European Studies Briefing Paper Series, vol 3 no 5 (July 2012), 1-11. ISSN 1838-0379.
23.    ‘Yangge Dance: the Rhythm of Liability for Medical Malpractice in the People’s Republic of China’ (2012) 87 Chicago-Kent Law Review 21–52 (with Zhu Wang). ISSN 0009-3599.
24.    ‘Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Global Perspective: Introduction’ (2011) 86 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1021–1025 (with Richard W Wright). ISSN 0009-3599.
25.    ‘Uncertain Factual Causation in the Third Restatement: Some Comparative Notes’ (2011) 37 William Mitchell Law Review1599–1632. ISSN 0270-272X.
26.    ‘European Tort Law: A Primer for the Common Lawyer’ (2009) 62 Current Legal Problems 440-477. ISSN 0070-1998. [Volume published asC. O’Cinneide (ed.), Current Legal Problems 2009, Oxford: OUP, 2010. ISBN 9780199583737.]
27.     ‘Compensation, Ideology and Patient Safety in New Zealand’s No-Fault System’, Opinio Juris in Comparatione, Vol. 3/2009, Paper No. 3, pp. 1-19, http://lider-lab.ssup.it/opinio, online publication December 2009. ISSN: 2036-4423
28.    ‘Introduction: European Tort Law’ (2009) 20 King’s Law Journal189-202. ISSN 0961-5768.
29.    ‘Loss of Chance in English Law’ (2008) 16 European Review of Private Law 1061-1071. ISSN 0928-9801.
30.     ‘Beyond Misadventure: Compensation for Medical Injuries in New Zealand’ (2007) 15 Medical Law Review 357-391.  ISSN 0967-0742.
31.    ‘Tort Personal Injury Claims Statistics: Is There a Compensation Culture In The United Kingdom?’ (2006) 14 Torts Law Journal 158 (with R. Lewis and A. Morris).  [Re-published at [2006] Journal of Personal Injury Law 87 and (2006) 21 Journal of Insurance Research and Practice 16]
32.    ‘Parental Liability for the Acts of their Children (England and Wales)’ (2004) 12 European Review of Private Law 718-725. ISSN 0928-9801.
33.     ‘Beyond Woodhouse: Devising New Principles for Determining ACC Boundary Issues’ (2004) 35 Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 915-936. ISSN 1171-042X.
34.    ‘Local authority liability for acts of children in foster care’ [A commentary on W v Essex County Council] (1998) 10 Child and Family Law Quarterly 303-310.  ISSN 1358-8184.
35.     ‘Unblurring the Boundaries of Nuisance’ [A commentary on Hunter v Canary Wharf] (1998) 6 Tort Law Review 21-8.  ISSN 1039-3285.
36.    ‘Tort’ (1996) 49 Current Legal Problems (Part I: Annual Review) 29-62.  ISBN 0198262795.
37.     ‘Defining Medical Misadventure: Lessons from New Zealand’ (1996) 4 Medical Law Review 1-31.  ISSN 0967 0742.
38.    ‘Manslaughter: Recklessness or Gross Negligence?’ [A note on R. v. Adomako] (1995-96) 6 King’s College Law Journal 149-152.
39.     ‘Theft - Call in the Thought Police’ [A note on R. v. Gomez] (1994-95) 5 King’s College Law Journal 109-12.
40.     ‘Mind the Gap (Recklessness in the Lords)’ [A note on R. v. Reid] (1993-94) 4 King’s College Law Journal 69-71.
41.    ‘Savage Criticism’ [A note on R. v. Savage, R. v. Parmenter] (1992) 3 King’s College Law Journal 135-7.
42.    ‘Auditors’ Liability’ (1991) 7 Professional Negligence 22-29 (with A.C.L. Mullis).
 
Chapters in Edited Works
43.    ‘Against Certainty in Tort Law’, in Stephen GA Pitel, Hason W Neyers and Erika Chamberlain (eds), Tort Law: Challenging Orthodoxy, Oxford: Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2013.
44.    ‘Introduction: European Tort Law 2011’, in Ken Oliphant and Barbara C Steininger (eds), European Tort Law 2011, pp 1-36, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISSN 2190-7773.
45.     ‘England and Wales’ (with Annette Morris), in Ken Oliphant and Barbara C Steininger (eds), European Tort Law 2011, pp 162-189, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISSN 2190-7773.
46.    ‘Introduction’ (with Gerhard Wagner), in Ken Oliphant and Gerhard Wagner (eds), Employers’ Liability and Workers’ Compensation, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol 31, pp xxix–xxxix. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISBN 978-3-11-027021-1.
47.    ‘The Changing Landscape of Work Injury Claims: Challenges for Employers’ Liability and Workers’ Compensation’, in Ken Oliphant and Gerhard Wagner (eds), Employers’ Liability and Workers’ Compensation, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol 31, pp 519–559, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISBN 978-3-11-027021-1.
48.     ‘Uncertain Causes: the Chinese Tort Liability Act in Comparative Perspective’, in Chen Lei and Remco van Rhee (eds), Towards a Chinese Civil Code: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, 395–408. Leiden: Brill, 2012. ISBN 978-90-04-20487-4.
49.    ‘Liability for Loss of Housekeeping Capacity in Comparative Perspective’ (with Ernst Karner), in Ernst Karner and Ken Oliphant (eds), Loss of Housekeeping Capacity, Tort and Insurance Law, Vol 28, pp 275-319, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012. ISBN 978-3-89949-814-1.
50.    « Pluralité de responsables en droit anglo-saxon », in Groupe de recherche en responabilité civile et l’assurance (GRERCA), Le doit français de la responsabilité civile confronté aux projets européens d’harmonisation, pp. 441-452, Paris : IRJS Editions, 2012.ISBN 9782919211081.
51.    ‘England and Wales’, in Helmut Koziol and Barbara C Steininger (eds), European Tort Law 2010, pp. 121-147, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011 (with Annette Morris). ISBN 9783110239416.
52.    ‘Ten Years On: The Case in European Tort Law (A Comparative Analysis)’, in Helmut Koziol and Barbara C Steininger (eds), European Tort Law 2010, pp. 644-660, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. ISBN 9783110239416.
53.    ‘Damage’ (with Katarzyna Ludwichowska), in Attila Fenyves/Ernst Karner/Helmut Koziol/Elisabeth Steiner (eds), Tort Law in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, pp. 397-447, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. ISBN 978-3-11-025966-7.
54.    ‘Defamation’, in David Hoffman (ed), The Impact of the UK Human Rights Act on Private Law, pp. 195-205, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. ISBN 9781107009325.
55.    ‘Anglické právo a proporcionální odpovĕdnost’ [English law and proportional liability], in Luboš Tichý et al (eds), Prokazování příčinné souvislosti multikauzálních škod [Proof of causation of multi-causal damage], pp. 30-40, Prague: Universita Karlova v Praze, 2011. ISBN 9788087488101. [In Czech.]
56.    ‘Private and Social Insurance’ in Carolyn Sappideen and Prue Vines (eds), Fleming’s The Law of Torts, pp. 415–430, Australia: Law Book Co, 2011. ISBN 9780455217987.
57.    ‘England and Wales’, in Ken Oliphant and Barbara C Steininger(eds), European Tort Law: Basic Texts, pp. 49–62, Vienna: Jan Sramek Verlag, 2011. ISBN 978-3-902638-50-2.
58.    ‘Rival Perspectives on European Tort Law (A Comparative Analysis)’ in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2009, pp. 666-694, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010. ISBN 9783110246063.
59.    ‘England and Wales’ in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2009, pp. 134-168, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010 (with Annette Morris). ISBN 9783110246063.
60.    ‘Damage Caused by GMOs under English Law’ in B.A. Koch (ed.), Damages Cuased by Genetically Modified Organisms: Comparative Survey of Redress Options for Harm to Persons, Property or the Environment, pp. 86-109, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010. ISBN 9783899498110.
61.    ‘Proportional Liability’, in Bea Verschraegen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies of Comparative and Private International Law (Vol. 1), pp. 179-200, Vienna: Jan Sramek Verlag, 2010. ISBN 9783902638199.
62.    ‘Tort’, in Lord Mackay of Clashfern (ed.), Halsbury’s Laws of England, 5th edn. (2010), vol. 97, pp. 287-484. ISBN 9781405734394.
63.    ‘Alternative Causation: A Comparative Analysis of Austrian and English Law’, in Festschrift für Helmut Koziol, pp. 795-812, Vienna: Jan Sramek Verlag, 2010. ISBN 9783902638342.
64.    ‘Fairchild v Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd (2002)’, in C. Mitchell and P. Mitchell (eds.), Landmark Cases in the Law of Tort, pp. 335-358, Oxford: Hart, 2010. ISBN 9781849460033.
65.    ‘Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage in England and Wales: Tort Law’, in: K. Oliphant (ed.), Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage, pp. 95-124, Vienna: Springer, 2009. ISBN 9783211922088.
66.    ‘Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage in Tort Law and Insurance: Comparative Summary’ (with M. Steininger), in: K. Oliphant (ed.), Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage, pp. 473-517, Vienna: Springer, 2009. ISBN 9783211922088.
67.    ‘Concluding Reflections on the Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage in Tort Law and Insurance’, in: K. Oliphant (ed.), Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage, pp. 519-545, Vienna: Springer, 2009. ISBN 9783211922088.
68.    ‘England and Wales’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2008, pp. 213-239, Vienna: Springer, 2009. ISBN: 9783211927977.
69.    ‘Comparative Remarks’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2008, pp. 658-675, Vienna: Springer, 2009. ISBN: 9783211927977.
70.     ‘Economic Loss Caused by GMOs in the United Kingdom: England and Wales’, in B. Koch (ed.), Economic Loss caused by Genetically Modified Organisms: Liability and Redress for the Adventitious Presence of GMOs in Non-GM Crops, pp. 505-527, Vienna: Springer, 2008. ISBN 978-3-211-77987-3.
71.    ‘England and Wales’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2007, pp. 237-254, Vienna: Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9783211779910.
72.    ‘Comparative Remarks’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2007, pp. 617-631, Vienna: Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9783211779910.
73.    ‘Accident Compensation in New Zealand: An Overview », in G. Schamps (ed.), Evolution des droits du patient, indemnisation sans faute des dommages lies aux soins de sante : le droit medical en mouvement, pp. 435-453, Editions Bruylant, 2008. ISBN: 9782802725275.
74.     ‘The Nature and Assessment of Damages’, in H. Koziol and R. Schulze (eds.), Tort Law of the European Community, pp. 241-271, Springer, 2008. ISBN: 9783211775851.
75.    ‘England and Wales’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2006, pp. 153-177, Vienna: Springer, 2007. ISBN: 9783211709375.
76.    ‘Comparative Remarks’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2006, pp. 499-513, Vienna: Springer, 2007. ISBN: 9783211709375.
77.    ‘System Influences on Judicial Innovation in Causation Cases in the English Law of Torts’, in M. Pauknerova et al. (eds.), Changes of Judicial Culture and Decision Making in Different Branches of Law: Collection of Papers (Workshop 2006), pp. 87-101, Prague: Cardiff Law School and Faculty of Law Charles University, 2007. ISBN 978-80-85889-90-1.
78.     ‘Landmarks of No-Fault in the Common Law’, in W. Van Boom and M. Faure (eds.), Shifts in Compensation (vol. III): Between private and public systems, Vienna: Springer, 2007, 43-85. ISBN 9783211715536.
79.    ‘The Nature of Tortious Liability’ in K. Oliphant (ed.), The Law of Tort, 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007, 1-38. ISBN 9781405712408.
80.     ‘Joint and Several Liability in Tort’ (with Vivienne Harpwood) in K. Oliphant (ed.), The Law of Tort, 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007, 165-180. ISBN 9781405712408.
81.     ‘Injunctions and Other Remedies’ in K. Oliphant (ed.), The Law of Tort, 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007, 373-435. ISBN 9781405712408.
82.    ‘Liability of Employers’ in K. Oliphant (ed.), The Law of Tort, 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007, 1033-1084. ISBN 9781405712408.
83.    ‘The Economic Torts’ in K. Oliphant (ed.), The Law of Tort, 2nd edn., Butterworths Common Law Series, London: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2007, 1533-1616. ISBN 9781405712408.
84.     ‘The Structure of the Intentional Torts’, in J. Neyers, S. Pitel and E. Chamberlain (eds.), Emerging Issues in Tort Law, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2007, 509-531. ISBN: 1841137073/9781841137070.
85.     ‘Children as Victims under the Law of England and Wales’, in M. Martin Casals (ed.), Children in Tort Law, Part II: Children as Victims, pp. 65-88, Vienna: Springer, 2006. ISBN: 3211311300.
86.    ‘Children as Tortfeasors under the Law of England and Wales), in M. Martin Casals (ed.), Children in Tort Law, Part I: Children as Tortfeasors, Vienna: Springer (2006), 147-168.  ISBN 3-211-24480-8.
87.    ‘England and Wales’, in H. Koziol and B.C. Steininger (eds.), European Tort Law 2005, pp. 221-250, Vienna: Springer, 2006. ISBN: 3211311351
88.    ‘Rylands v Fletcher and the Emergence of Enterprise Liability in the Common Law’ in H. Koziol and B. Steininger (eds.),European Tort Law 2004 (Tort and Insurance Law Yearbook), Vienna: Springer, 81-120. ISSN 1616-8623.
89.    ‘England and Wales’ in H. Koziol and B. Steininger (eds.),European Tort Law 2004 (Tort and Insurance Law Yearbook), Vienna: Springer, 227-247. ISSN 1616-8623.
90.     ‘Auditors’ Liability in England’ in H. Koziol/W. Doralt (eds) Abschlussprüfer: Haftung und Versicherung [Auditors: Liability and Insurance] (Tort and Insurance Law, vol. 12) Vienna: Springer (2004), 41-63. ISBN 3-211-20800-3.
91.    ‘England and Wales’ in H. Koziol and B. Steininger (eds.),European Tort Law 2003 (Tort and Insurance Law Yearbook), Vienna: Springer (2004), 113-43. ISBN 3-211-21033-4.
92.    ‘England and Wales’ in H. Koziol and B. Steininger (eds.),European Tort Law 2002 (Tort and Insurance Law Yearbook), Vienna: Springer (2003), 142-65. ISBN 3-211-00486-6
93.     ‘England and Wales’ in H. Koziol and B. Steininger (eds.),European Tort Law 2001 (Tort and Insurance Law Yearbook), Vienna: Springer (2002), 131-75. ISBN 3-211-83824-4.
94.     ‘The Nature of Tortious Liability’ in A. Grubb (ed.), The Law of Tort, London: Butterworths (2002), 1-30. ISBN 0-406-89672-0.
95.    ‘Injunctions and Other Remedies’ in A. Grubb (ed.), The Law of Tort, London: Butterworths (2002), 297-348. ISBN 0-406-89672-0.
96.    ‘Liability of Employers’ in A. Grubb (ed.), The Law of Tort, London: Butterworths (2002), 839-882. ISBN 0-406-89672-0.
97.    ‘The Economic Torts’ in A. Grubb (ed.), The Law of Tort, London: Butterworths (2002), 1201-72. ISBN 0-406-89672-0.
98.    ‘Class Actions for Mass Torts’, in U. Göranson (ed.) Modern Legal Issues: An Anglo-Swedish Perspective, Uppsala: Iustus Förlag AB, 1993, 129-153. ISBN 91-7678-256-5.
99.     ‘Innovations in Procedure and Practice in Multi-party Medical Cases’, in A. Grubb (ed.), Choices and Decisions in Health Care, Chichester: Wiley, 1993, 184-203. ISBN 0-471-93621-9.
100.‘Religious Discrimination in Northern Ireland: Lessons for us all’, in J.M. Hayes & P. O’Higgins (eds) Lessons From Northern Ireland, Belfast: SLS, 1990, 79-86. ISBN 0 85389 372 1.
 
Published Conference Papers
101.« Pluralité de responsables en droit anglo-saxon », Conference on La causalité dans le droit de la responsabilityé civile européenne, Groupe de recherche en responabilité civile (GRERC), Geneva, 26-27 March 2010,
http://www.grerca.univ-rennes1.fr/digitalAssets/240/240103_KOliphant.pdf
102.« Le régime général néo-zélandais », Cour de Cassation, Colloques: Cycle Risques, assurances, responsabilités: L'équité dans la réparation du prejudice, http://www.courdecassation.fr/formation_br_4/2006_55/regime_general_neo_zelandais_9653.html.
103.‘Accident Compensation in New Zealand’, Cour de Cassation, Colloques: Cycle Risques, assurances, responsabilités: L'équité dans la réparation du prejudice, http://www.courdecassation.fr/formation_br_4/2006_55/in_new_9652.html.
104.« Le système d’indemnisation néo-zélandais », in L’indemnisation des accidents médicaux en Europe: approche comparé. Journée d'études organisée par l'Office National d'Indemnisation des Accidents Médicaux. Compte rendu, pp. 41-44, 2005.
 
Professional Journal Papers
105.‘Tort Personal Injury Claims Statistics: Is There a Compensation Culture In The United Kingdom?’ (2006) 21 Journal of Insurance Research and Practice 16 (with R. Lewis and A. Morris).  [Re-published from (2006) 14 Torts Law Journal 158, above.]
106.‘Professional Negligence’ (1993) 11 Professional Practice Management 99-101.

 

Book Reviews
107.Review, ‘Draft Common Frame of Reference, Book VI: Non-contractual liability arising out of damage to another. Ed by Christian von Bar and Eric Clive’ (2011) 15 Edinburgh Law Review 309–11
108.Review, ‘Multiparty Actions. Edited by Chris Hodges’ (2002) 65 Modern Law Review 304-5.
109.Review, ‘Clinical Negligence. By M. Powers and N. Harris’ (2002) 10 Medical Law Review 103-4.
110.Review, ‘Economic Torts.  By Tony Weir’ (1999) 62 Modern Law Review 320-3.
111.Review, ‘McGregor on Damages.  Sixteenth edition.  By Harvey McGregor QC’ (1998-99) 9 King’s College Law Journal 176-8.
112.Review, ‘Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law.  Edited by David G. Owen’ (1997-­98) 8 King’s College Law Journal 163-4.
113.Review, ‘Negotiating Tragedy: Law and Disasters.  By Celia Wells’ (1996-97) 7 King’s College Law Journal 162-3.
114.Review, ‘The Idea of Private Law.  By Ernest J. Weinrib’ (1995-96) 6 King’s College Law Journal 164-5.
115.Review, ‘J. Wall (ed.), Compensation and Accountability: Keeping the Balance [and other books]’ (1995) 3 Medical Law Review 322-6.
116.Review, ‘Compensation for Industrial Disease.  By N.J. Wikeley’ (1994-95) 5 King’s College Law Journal 205-7.
117.Review, ‘The Jury Under Attack. Edited by M. Findlay & P. Duff’ (1989) 104 Law Quarterly Review 160-3.

 

Published submissions to law reform bodies, etc
118.K. Oliphant, ‘Consultation on Auditors’ Liability and its Impact on the European Capital Markets: Comments on the Commission Staff Working Paper’, 4.06.2007, available online at http://circa.europa.eu/Public/irc/markt/markt_consultations/library?l=/abschlussprfung/abschlussprfern/ken_oliphant_enpdf/_EN_1.0_&a=d (last accessed 27 January 2010).

 

Other Publications
119.‘England’, in B Winiger, H Koziol, BA Koch and R Zimmermann (eds.), Digest of European Tort Law. Volume 2: Essential Cases on Damage (approx 58 pp, not consecutive), Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. ISBN 9783110248487.
120.‘England and Wales’, in Ken Oliphant and Barbara C Steininger(eds), European Tort Law: Basic Texts, pp. 49–62, Vienna: Jan Sramek Verlag. ISBN 978-3-902638-50-2.
121.‘Damages’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780199290543.
122.‘Pain and Suffering’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN: 9780199290543.
123.‘England’, in B Winiger, H Koziol, BA Koch and R Zimmermann (eds.), Digest of European Tort Law. Volume 1: Essential Cases on Natural Causation (32 pp, not consecutive), Springer, 2007. ISBN: 3211369579.
124.‘Nuisance’ and ‘Tort: Analysis and Reform’, in Law Courseware Consortium, Iolis, CD-ROM (1995). 

Conferences and Lectures

Public lectures and invited papers at symposia and conferenceshave included:
·         ‘The European Product Liability Directive’, International Guest Seminar Series, University of Bergen, Norway, September 1989
·         ‘The Social Policies of the European Community’, Institute for Legal and Administrative Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, October 1989
·         ‘Class Actions for Mass Torts’, Uppsala-King’s College Colloquium, University of Uppsala, Sweden, September 1991
·          ‘The Concept of Personal Injury’, Staff Seminar Series, Law Department, University of Manchester, December 2000
·         Country Report (England and Wales), 1st Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law, Vienna, 5 April 2002
·         Country Report (England and Wales), 2nd Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law/ Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 24-25 April 2003
·          ‘Children as Tortfeasors in English Law’, Symposium on Children in Tort Law (Part I: Children as Tortfeasors), Tossa de Mar, Spain, September 2003.
·         ‘Beyond Woodhouse: New Principles for Determining ACC Boundary Issues’, Conference on The Future of Accident Compensation: New Directions and Visions, Victoria University of Wellington/Accident Compensation Corporation, December 2003
·         Country Report (England and Wales), 3rd Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law/ Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 15-16 April 2004
·         ‘Children as Victims in English Tort Law’, Symposium on Children in Tort Law (Part II: Children as Victims), Bonn, May 2004.
·         ‘The New Zealand Accident Compensation Scheme’, Conference on Compensation Schemes, Oxford Centre of Socio-Legal Studies, 16 March 2005
·         Country Report (England and Wales), 4th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, 31 March – 2 April 2005
·          ‘Strict Liability in the Common Law’, Special Plenary Session, 4th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, 2 April 2005.
·         ‘Medical Injuries and No Fault in New Zealand’, Conference onL'indemnisation des accidents médicaux: approche comparé, Palais du Luxembourg, Paris (organised by L'Office National d’Indemnisation des Accidents Médicaux), 8 April 2005
·         ‘Landmarks of “No Fault” in the Common Law’, Conference on Shifts in governance, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 7-8 April 2006
·         Country Report (England and Wales) and Comparative Summary, 5th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 20-22 April 2006
·          ‘Judicial Innovation in Causation Cases’, Cardiff-Charles University Colloquium, Prague, May 2006
·         ‘The Structure of the Intentional Torts’, Conference on Emerging Issues in the Law of Tort, University of Western Ontario, Canada, 9-11 June 2006
·         « Le régime géneral néo-zélandais », Actualités et perspectives du droit médical 2006: Vers une revolution en matière d’indemnisation des dommages liées aux soins de santé?, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, 20 October 2006
·         Country Report (England and Wales) and Comparative Summary, 6th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 27-29 March 2007
·          Country Report (England and Wales) and Comparative Summary, 7th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law/ Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 27-29 March 2008
·         Inaugural Lecture: ‘Aggregation and Divisibility of Damage in Tort and Insurance’, Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 29 January 2009
·          ‘European Tort Law: A Primer for the Common Lawyer’, Current Legal Problems Lecture Series, University College London, 5 March 2009
·         Keynote speech: ‘Current Issues and Trends in European Tort Law’, First Motor Insurance Conference, CEA Insurers of Europe, Brussels, 19 March 2009
·         ‘Negligence: Comments on Abraham, Porat and Twerski’, A Symposium on the Third Restatement of Torts, Wake Forest University, North Carolina, USA, 2-3 April 2009
·         Country Report (England and Wales) and Comparative Summary, 8th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 16-18 April 2009
·          ‘Fairchild v Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd (2002): European Tort Law in the English Courts’,  Landmark Cases in the Law of Tort, King’s College London, 24 April 2009
·         ‘Compensation, Ideology and Patient Safety in New Zealand’s No-Fault System’, International Workshop on Medical Liability and Medical Accidents Compensation. From the blame game to individual rights protection in the provision of medical services, Opinio Juris in Comparatione, Pisa, 5-6 June 2009
·         ‘Causal Innovations in European Tort Law’,Perspectives on Causation: an International Conference, University of Aberdeen, 22-23 June 2009
·         Response to Prof. von Bar, A Model Code for Europe? Purposes and Functions of the DCFR, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, 18 November 2009
·         ‘Just Satisfaction and the Concept of Damage’ (with K. Ludwichowska),Human Rights and Tort Law, Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 1 December2009
·         ‘The ethics and economics of Contributory Liability in Tort’, Widening the Net: Contributory Liability for Facilitating, Authorising and Inducing Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights (CIPIL Conference), Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, University of Cambridge, 13 March 2010
·         « Pluralité de responsables en droit anglo-saxon », Conference on La causalité dans le droit de la responsabilityé civile européenne, Groupe de recherche en responabilité civile (GRERC), Geneva, 26-27 March 2010
·         ‘Rival Perspectives on European Tort Law (A Comparative Analysis)’, 9th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 8 - 10 April 2010
·         ‘Proportional Liability’, public lecture,Interdisciplinary Association of Comparative and Private International Law, Vienna,31 May 2010
·         ‘An Introduction to European Tort Law’, public lecture, Renmin University, Beijing, 23 June 2010 (repeated Sichuan University, Chengdu, 28 June 2010)
·         ‘The European Canvas of the Tort Liability Law of P. R. China’, International Symposium on the Implementation of Tort Liability Law of China, Sichuan University, Chengdu, 26 June 2010
·         ‘Comparative Reflections on Tort Law and Rights’, Fifth Biennial Conference on the Law of Obligations (‘Obligations V’): Rights and Private Law, University of Oxford, 14-16 July 2010
·         ‘English Law and Proportional Liability’, International Conference: Proportional Liability in Case Law of Foreign and Czech Courts, Judicial Academy, Prague, 14 October 2010
·         ‘Uncertain Causes: the Chinese Tort Liability Act in Comparative Perspective’, International Conference: Towards a Chinese Civil Code: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, City University of Hong Kong, 22-23 October 2010
·         ‘Civil Litigation Costs Reform: Jackson, the Government’s Response and the Academics’, Personal Injury Bar Association Annual Conference, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, 9 April 2011
·         Comparative Summary: ‘Ten Years On: The Continuing Fascination of the Case in European Tort Law’, 10th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 29 April 2011
·         The Jackson Review of Civil Litigation Costs, Address to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, 18 May 2011
·         Liability Trends and Hypes, Munich Re: International Casualty Underwriting Meeting 2011, Schloss Hohenkammer, Germany, 25 July 2011
·         European Tort Law: Past, Present and Future, Nanjing University, China, 14 August 2011 [repeated at Yantai University, Shandong Province, China on 20 August 2011]
·         New Horizons in European Tort Law, 2nd International Forum on Civil Law,
Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 16–17 August 2011
·          State Liability: Basic Questions, Conference on State Liability,University of Geneva, 13 October 2011
·         The Global Unity of the Common Law of Torts?, 2011 Allen Hope Southey Memorial Lecture, University of Melbourne, 2 November 2011 [preceded by a seminar on related themes at Sydney University, 27 October 2011, and repeated at Australia National University, Canberra, 8 November 2011]
·         Harmonizing Private Law in the EU: Past, Present and Future, Public Lecture, Centre for European Studies, Australia National University, Canberra, 10 November 2011
·         Comparative Summary, 11th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 13 April 2012
·         The Cultures of Tort Law in Europe: Introduction, 11th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 14 April 2012
·         The Neighbour Principle as General Clause, International Conference: The Paisley Snail. Who then in law is my neighbour? Donoghue v Stevenson: 80 years on, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Scotland, 25-26 May 2012
·         Tort Law, Risk, and Technological Change in England, Séminaire – Innovations technologiques, incertitudes et droit de la responsabilité, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 3-6 July 2012
·         European Tort Law as a New Field of Research, Lunchtime Seminar Series, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Canada, 12 July 2012
·         Against the Pursuit of Certainty in Tort Law, Sixth Biennial Conference on the Law of Obligations (‘Obligations VI’): Challenging Orthodoxy in Private Law, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, 18-20 July 2012
·         Teaching the Core Comparatively: The Example of Tort Law, Society of Legal Scholars’ Annual Conference (Comparative Law Section), University of Bristol, UK, 11 September 2012
·         New Directions in European Tort Law, Tort Law Research Group Annual Seminar, University of Bergen, Norway, 3 December 2012
·         Panel Discussion, International Conference: Building Effective Markets – The Role of an Integrated Legal System, Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue, Rüschlikon, Zürich, Switzerland, 29-30 January 2013
 
Forthcoming public lectures and invited papers at symposia and conferences:
·         Recent case law on traffic accidents and compensation, Annual Conference on Insurance Law 2013, Academy of European Law, Trier, Germany, 28 February–1 March 2013
·         Comparative Summary, 12th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law / Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna, 5 April 2013
·         Public Authority Liability: Basic Questions, Conference: Public Authority Liability in Comparative Perspective, University of Graz, Austria, 9 April 2013
 
Other conference papers (non-invited) have included:
·         Kantian Approaches to the Law of Tort, Legal Theory Seminar Series, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, December 1996
·         European Tort Law: A Primer for the Common Lawyer, Society of Legal Scholars’ Annual Conference (Torts Section), 17 September 2008, London
·         State Liability in England and Wales: A Primer for the Civilian Lawyerand Comparative remarks, Workshop on the English Law Commission’s Consultation on Administrative Redress (Joint workshop with the English Law Commission), 14 November 2008, Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna.
 
 

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