Contact Me Securely


Litigation & Arbitration

This website now has a secure contact form, which you can use to send me encrypted messages. The form uses PGP encryption, so that your messages are encrypted before being sent to me. While this method of communication is largely superior to unencrypted emails, it is necessary to take additional precautions if you are in […]

23 March 2020

Article on Monetary Policy and Climate Change


Non classé

According to the IPCC, climate change is closely linked to unsustainable levels of material consumption in our modern societies. If this were indeed the case, it is necessary to examine the underlying causes of this economic phenomenon. In my recent article for the Blog Droit Européen, I argue that that unsustainable levels of consumption are […]

14 November 2019

“Bitcoin” or “Blockchain” : what will France choose ?


Blockchain

Translated from the original in French. Wishing to adopt “a pioneering strategy (…) in terms of financial innovation and digital finance”, France has authorized, by two orders issued on April 28, 2016 and December 9, 2017, the use, in certain cases, of “shared electronic recording devices (“DEEP”)”, i.e., “blockchains”, for the registration of transactions relating […]

6 February 2018

“Popcorn Nationalism” at the Supreme Court of India


Litigation & Arbitration

On 30 November 2016, the Supreme Court of India, entertaining yet another Public Interest Litigation from yet another “public spirited person”, proceeded to issue a set of wide ranging interim directions concerning the respect of the National Anthem.  The interim directions include : measures relating to compulsorily playing the National Anthem in cinema halls before […]

30 January 2018