Jun.-Prof. Dr. Dominik Brodowski, LL.M. (UPenn)

Publications

This list of my publications in other languages than German is current as of September 2018 and is also available as a PDF. For a full list of publications, please see this PDF (in German).

  1. Cybercrime, Human Rights, and Digital Politics, in: Ben Wagner/Kilian Vieth/Matthias C. Kettemann (eds.), Research Handbook on Human Rights and Digital Technology. Global Politics, Law and International Relations (Research Handbooks in Human Rights), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2019, ISBN: 978-1-78536-771-7 , forthcoming
  2. Alternative Enforcement Mechanisms in Germany, in: Matthew Dyson/Benjamin Vogel (eds.), The Limits of Criminal Law, Mortsel: Intersentia, 2018, ISBN: 978-1-78068-661-5, forthcoming.
  3. Dogmatic and procedural approaches to committed criminal compliance: towards »Red Team Compliance«, Revista dos Tribunais 2/2018, p. 55-66.
  4. Protecting the Right to Sexual Self-Determination: Models of Regulation and Current Challenges in European and German Sex Crime Laws. In: Saad-Diniz/de Souza Carvalho (Hrsg.), O lugar da vítima nas ciências criminais, LiberArs 2017, pp. 15-25.

  5. Germany (with Christoph Burchard), in: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (ed.), Drug trafficking penalties across the European Union. A survey of expert opinion, Lisbon 2017, p. 48-52.
  6. Review of Melanie Langbauer, Das Strafrecht vor den Unionsgerichten. Plädoyer für ein Fachgericht für Strafrecht. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2015. 653 S. – CMLRev 2016, pp. 1157-1159.
  7. Transnational Organised Crime and Cybercrime. In: Hauck/Peterke (eds.), International Law and Transnational Organised Crime, Oxford University Press 2016, pp. 334-357.

  8. Models of Economic Criminal Procedure. The intricate multi-actor setting of criminal justice in the field of the economy. In: Saad-Diniz/Podboi Adachi/Oliveira Domingues (Hrsg.), Tendências em governança corporativa e compliance, 2016, pp. 101-110.

  9. Tiedemann/Sieber/Satzger/Burchard/Brodowski (eds.), Die Verfassung moderner Strafrechtspflege. Erinnerung an Joachim Vogel, Nomos 2016, pp. 141-180.

  10. (Ir-)responsible disclosure of software vulnerabilities and the risk of criminal liability. it - information technology (Special Issue: Digital Forensics) 2015 (57), pp. 357-365.

  11. O "Mecanismo Único de Supervisão" do Banco Central Europeu sobre as instituições de crédito – uma transformação da responsabilidade criminal corporativa e individual no setor financeiro? [The European Central Bank's "Single Supervisory Mechanism" on credit institutions: a transformation of corporate and individual criminal liability in the financial sector?] In: Saad-Diniz/Brodowski/Luíza Sá (eds.), Regulação do abuso no âmbito corporativo: o papel do direito penal na crise financeira, LiberArs 2015, pp. 167-179. Portuguese translation by Isabela Sherman Palmer, Victória Vitti Laurentiz und José Roberto Macri Jr.
    Spanish version: El "Mecanismo Único de Supervisión" del Banco Central Europeo sobre las Instituciones de Crédito, ¿Una Transformación de la Responsabilidad Criminal Corporativa e Indivual en el Sector Financiero?, in: Saad-Diniz/Sabadini/Broodwski/Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra (eds.) Regulación del abuso en el ámbito corporativo: el rol del derecho penal en la crisis financiera, ConTexto: Resistencia, 2016, S. 235-251.

  12. Brodowski/Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra/Tiedemann/Vogel (eds.), Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, Springer 2014, p. 1-7.
    Introduction (with Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra and Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Tiedemann). In: Brodowski/Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra/Tiedemann/Vogel (eds.), Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, Springer 2014, p. 1-7.
    Minimum Procedural Rights for Corporations in Criminal Trials. In: Brodowski/Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra/Tiedemann/Vogel (eds.), Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, Springer 2014, pp. 211-225.
  13. Cep Telefonunun Şarj Edilmesi Suretiyle Elektrik Enerjisinden Yararlanma Suçu. Antalya International University Law Review 2014/4, pp. 233-240 (translated by M. Yiğit Bezci).
  14. XIXth International Congress of Penal Law: Information Society and Penal Law – Minutes of the Section II (with Prof. Dr. Eduardo Saad-Diniz). Revue International de Droit Pénal 85 (2014) 581-586.
  15. European Initiatives on the Use of IT in Criminal Procedure and Data Protection. Revue International de Droit Pénal 85 (2014) 311-324.
  16. Policy Options in Corporate Criminal Procedure – an European Perspective. In: Trestná politika štátu a zodpovednosť právnických osôb / Penal Policy of the State and Liability of Legal Entities. Bratislava Legal Forum 2013, pp. 927-936.
  17. Information Society and Substantive Criminal Law – Minutes of the Preparatory Colloquium of the Second Section for the XIXth International Congress of Penal Law, Moscow, 24-27 April 2013. Revue International de Droit Pénal 84 (2013) 397-404
    Extended version:
    Russian Law Journal 1 (2013) 94-103.
    Russian translation (by Dr. Gleb Bogush): Вестник Московского университета [Moscow University Review] 11 (2013), 111-120.
  18. Weighting Digital Evidence in Criminal Proceedings. In: Jähnke et al. (eds.), Current Issues in IT Security 2012, Proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference in Freiburg i. Br., Germany, May 8-10, 2012, Freiburg/Berlin: MPICC / Duncker & Humblot 2012, pp. 9–24.
  19. Global Insider: EU works to stay current on cybercrime – Interview, World Politics Review, 20th June 2012
  20. Judicial Cooperation between the EU and Non-Member-States. NJECL 2011, pp. 21-44 (Abstract).
  21. EU Actions on Cybercrime and Cybercrime Investigations. In: Bellini/Brunst/Jähnke (eds.), Current Issues in IT Security, Proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference in Freiburg i. Br./Germany, May 12-14, 2009, MPICC / Duncker & Humblot 2010, pp. 145-162.
  22. Country Report Germany, in: Cape et al. (eds.), Effective Criminal Defence in Europa, Intersentia 2010, p. 253--319 (with Christoph Burchard, Nathalie Kotzurek, Jochen Rauber and Joachim Vogel).
  23. The post-Lisbon principle of transnational ne bis in idem: On the relationship between Art. 50 Charter of Fundamental Rights and Art. 54 Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement. Case note on District Court Aachen, Germany, (52 Ks 9/08 – »Boere«), decision of 8 December 2010 (with Christoph Burchard. NJECL 2010, p. 310-327 (Abstract), DOI: 10.1177/203228441000100304
  24. Upgrade to Web 2.0 - The New ASIL Website. 2 Lieber Notes (2008) 3-5.
  25. Current Trends in Linux Kernel Power Management. Proceedings of LinuxTag 2005