Dr Mihail Danov
I joined the University of Exeter in August 2017. Prior to that, I have taught and researched at Leeds, Brunel and Aberdeen Universities. My research interests are in competition litigation, private international law and competition law.
I have very recently completed a pilot study on Brexit and cross-border litigation in England and Wales. And, at present, I am Co-Investigator in an AHRC-funded Research Network on Private International Law in the UK after Brexit. The network draws on our previous collaborative study on Cross-Border Litigation in Europe (Hart, 2017) which had attracted a substantial financial support from the European Commission (JUST/2013/JCIV/AG/4635).
I am also working on a research monograph which considers the role of private international law for the effective resolution of cross-border competition law disputes in a global context. The work builds on our previous book on Cross-Border Competition Law Actions (Hart, 2013) - published in the framework of another project funded by the European Commission (JLS/2009/JCIV/AG/0034-30-CE-0350182/00-68) - as well as on my research monograph, Jurisdiction and Judgments in Relation to EU Competition Law Claims (Hart, 2010).
Research group links
- Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS)
- Centre for Commercial and Corporate Law
- Exeter Centre for International Law
Competition Law, Competition Litigation, Private International Law
Competition Law, Private International Law, International Commercial Arbitration