The Digital Trade Research Group
The Digital Trade Research Group brings together academics and professional business advisors to explore some of the pressing legal and commercial issues facing enterprises engaged in cross-border e-commerce, such as electronic contracts, data protection and privacy, intellectual property and the implementation of new strategies in digital marketing.
It investigates the impact of disruptive technologies including AI, de-centralization and blockchain. The group also considers the regulatory aspects of digital trade contained in modern international trade agreements, developing policy advice for governments, inter-governmental organizations and other research bodies.
“E-Commerce Strategies for London’s Creative Sector” supported by an Industrial Strategy Seed Fund from City, University of London in 2018.
“The CPTPP and Digital Trade: Embracing E-Commerce Opportunities for SMEs in Japan and Canada” Yoshinori Abe and David Collins, Transnational Dispute Management 
“E-Commerce Strategies for London's Creative Sector” Stephen Bardle and David Collins (2018)
“GDPR and E-Commerce” David Collins and Eric Klotz (2018)
- Professor Yoshinori Abe, Gakushuin University Law School (Tokyo)
- Dr Tae Jung Park, University of Virginia Law School