Dr. Marc Stauch, M.A. (Oxon)

Marc Stauch

   
   
   

Work experience

since 2010 Academic Assistant at the Institute for Legal Informatics, Leibniz University Hanover
since 2008 Research Fellow at the Center for the Philosophy and Ethics of Science (Research Group: Medical Law und Bioethics).
2011 - 2014 guest lecturer on Queen Mary College, University London
until 2008 Lecturer/Researcher at the Centre of British Studies, Humboldt University, Berlin
1993 - 2003 Lecturer of Law in England, at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Leicester
1993 Admission by the Law Society as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales

 

 

Education

2009 Received a Doctorate (Dr. jur.) from the University of Goettingen for his dissertation on medical negligence law in England and Germany.
1993 Awarding of M.A. (Oxon.) by Oxford
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1989 - 1991 Studies of Law at the London Guildhall University
1986 - 1989 Studies of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics at the University of Oxford (Keble College)

 

 

Main areas of research

Medical Law and Bioethics, Law of Obligations, Jurisprudence and Comparative Law

 

 

Teaching areas

Legal Academic Writing

 

 

Publications

Books

Stauch, M. & Wheat, K. (2015): 'Medical Law and Ethics - Text, Cases and Materials', Abingdon: Routledge, 5th edition [http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138024038/]


Stauch, M. (2008): The Law of Medical Negligence in England and Germany – a Comparative Analysis, Oxford: Hart Publishing (ISBN 978-1-84113-646-2) (publisher’s info page: click here). Translated into Chinese 2012: Law Press, Beijing, ISBN 978 7511 83067 8.

 

Articles and Commentaries

 

(2015) 'The 2013 German Patient Rights Act - Codifying Medical Malpractice Compensation', Journal of European Tort Law 6: 85.

 

(2013) 'The Draft Data ProtectionRegulation and the Secondary Use of Patient Data for Research: Projects amd Concerns' in Journal of professional Negligence 29: 72.

 

(2013) 'Using EHRS to design drug repostioning trails: a deolved approch to data protection' in International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 27. Together with N. Forgó and T. Krügel.

 

(2011) "Patient Safety and Clinical Risk Management in Germany", in Tingle, J. and Bark, P. (eds) Patient Safety, Law Policy and Practice, Abingdon: Routledge.

 

(2010): "Die Pflichten eines Krankenhauses nach Art. 2 der Europäischen Menschenrechtskonvention, den Suizid eines Patienten zu verhindern (Entscheidung des englischen House of Lords vom 10. Dezember 2008)" Zeitschrift für Europäisches Privatrecht 18: 680.


(2009): “’Material Contribution’ as a Response to Causal Uncertainty: Time for a Rethink”, Cambridge Law Journal 68: 27.

(2005): “Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in German Law”, Contemporary Issues in Law 7: 301.

(2005): “Approaches to Fault in German Tort Law”, Torts Law Journal 13: 242.


(2005): “Causation and Confusion with regard to Non-Disclosure of Medical Risks: Chester v Afshar”, Nottingham Law Journal 14: 66.

(2002) "The Legal Issues Arising from Re B (Adult: Refusal of Medical Treatment)", Journal of Medical Ethics 28: 232.

(2001): "Risk and Remoteness of Damage in Negligence", Modern Law Review 64: 191.

(2001): "Pregnancy and the Human Rights Act 1998" in Garwood-Gowers, A. & Tingle, J. (eds) Healthcare law: the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998, London: Cavendish Publishing.


(2000): “Causal Authorship and the Equality Principle: a Defence of the Acts/Omissions Distinction in Euthanasia" Journal of Medical Ethics 26: 237.

(2000) " Taking the Consequences for Failure to Warn of Medical Risks: Chappel v Hart", Modern Law Review 63: 261 (cited by the House of Lords in Chester v Afshar [2004] UKHL 41).


(1999): "Is there a Common Law Duty to Disclose Genetic Information?", Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik 7: 209, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.

(1997): "Causation, Risk and Loss of Chance in Medical Negligence", Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 17: 205 (cited by the High Court of Australia in Chappel v Hart (1998) 72 ALJR 1344 and Naxakis v Western General Hospital [1999] HCA 22).


(1997): "Court-Authorised Caesarian Sections and the Principle of Patient Autonomy: Re MB (an Adult: Medical Treatment)", Nottingham Law Journal 6: 74.

(1995): "Rationality and the Refusal of Medical Treatment: a Critique of the Recent Approach of the English Courts", Journal of Medical Ethics 21: 162.

 

 

Multimedia und Recht (MMR) News

 

UK: Vidal-Hall and Others v. Google Inc (zusammen mit M. Goralczyk)

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2015, 04652

 

Max Mosley v Google Inc

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2015, 04570

 

UK: Information Commissioner Issues Updated Guidance on Use of CCTV Cameras

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2015, 04508

  

UK: AB v Ministry of Justice

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2014, 04456

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The UK care.data (GP patient records) initiative – a tale of distrust, dissent and delay

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2014, 04288

  

UK Enacts New Data Retention Law Following Annulment of Data Protection Directive

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2014, 04287

   

UK: Vidal-Hall and Others vs Google Inc

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2014, 03961

   

UK: South Lanarkshire Council vs The Scottish Information Commissioner

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2014, 03874

   

UK: ICO Issues Guidance on “Bring Your Own Device” Workplace Practices Following Data Breaches

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2013, 03833

   

UK: Data Protection Authority publishes interim response to new initiatives for sharing National Health Service patient data

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2013, 03835

   

English Court of Appeal: Issues Relating to the Appropriate Method of Awarding Damages for a Breach of Data Protection Law

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2013, 03720

   

UK: The Rugby Football Union vs. Viagogo Ltd.

Beck Online, ZD-Aktuell 2013, 03442

   

Grinyer vs. Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

ZD-Aktuell 2012, 03229

   

UK: High Court zur Definition „personenbezogene Daten“

ZD-Aktuell 2012, 02732