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” “Examining the effectiveness and importance of online dispute resolution (ODR) in the encouragement of cross-border e-commerce: towards and practical system?”David gained his Ph D from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth in 2004.British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association Conference 2001 Ph D Thesis Electronic Contracts - An Analysis of the Law Applicable to Electronic Contracts in England and Wales and its Role in Facilitating the Growth of Electronic Commerce (2004 – University of Wales) Consultation Participated in a the government consultation “Alternative dispute resolution for consumers”https://uk/government/consultations/alternative-dispute-resolution-for-consumers Doctoral Research Supervision He is happy to consider research proposals in the areas of: Recent Ph D Supervision“Mobile Commerce: A Legal Analysis of Transactional Aspects in M-Commerce Transactions in England and Wales” “Computers, software and contractual liability: a study of the rights and responsibilities of the contracting parties” “Electronic Contract: A Study of its Application in the light of Islamic Law with Particular Reference to Saudi Arabia Case” “The Taxation of Electronic Commerce” “Copyright, Online Gaming and Ownership Rights” “Anti-piracy strategies implemented by the recording industries in the United Kingdom and Finland” “Examining the effectiveness and importance of online dispute resolution (ODR) in the encouragement of cross-border e-commerce: towards and practical system?” “Are consumers economic interests adequately protected when shopping online?External Validation Work and Consultancy Extensive experience in the validation, articulation and franchise of academic schemes in Law and related fields at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including QLD provision.Overall ranking: Ranked 86th out of 126 in the Complete University Guide for 2016.” Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) International Conference on Industrial Organization, Law & Economics. “Legal redress for consumers shopping in the electronic environment: misgivings and wasted opportunities?
He began teaching Law in 1996 when he was awarded a University Studentship to pursue his doctoral research.
“Electronic Commerce: Legal redress for consumers online” Universities of Wales Conference 2005, Gregynog.
“Dematerialised Goods and Liability in the Electronic Environment: the truth is, ‘there is no spoon box’” British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association Conference 2004 “Integrating C & IT into the delivery of a law module: A reflective look at two postgraduate modules delivered in the 2000/2001 academic year.
” Selected Publications and Conference/Invited Papers Poyton, D.
“Dematerialised Goods and Liability in the Electronic Environment: the truth is, “there is no spoon box” 19(1) International Review of Law Computers & Technology 83–98 Poyton, D. “A particular problem for e-commerce: Section 3 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977” 3 Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. & Poyton, D “E-COMMERCE: RECOGNISING THE CONTEXT” chapter in ‘Issues in International Commercial Law’. Conference Papers“The EU Regulation on ODR: Doing the ‘Right Thing’ for Consumers?