The University of Lancaster has organised a workshop on Challenges in Contemporary International Litigation on Wednesday, 21 June 2023, 12.30 – 5 pm UK time (in person and online via Teams). Some well established and emerging experts will discuss cutting edge issues of practical significance in private international law (broadly understood).
Welcome remarks by Dr Mukarrum Ahmed and Professor David Milman (Co-chairs – University of Lancaster)
Professor Paul Beaumont FRSE (University of Stirling), ‘HCCH Jurisdiction Project’
Professor Paul Torremans (University of Nottingham), ‘CJEU case law on Article 7.2 Brussels I Regulation and its application to online copyright cases’
Dr Kirsty Hood KC (Discussant)
1.45 pm – 3.00 pm
Professor Zheng Sophia Tang (Wuhan University), ‘The challenge of emerging technology to International litigation’
Professor Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm (University of Edinburgh), ‘Sustainability and Private International Law’
Dr Mihail Danov (University of Exeter), ‘Private International Law and Competition Litigation in a Global Context’
3.00 pm – 3.15 pm Break
3.15 pm – 5.00 pm
Dr Jayne Holliday (University of Stirling), ‘The non-recognition of transnational divorces’
Dr Chukwuma Okoli (University of Birmingham), ‘Implied Jurisdiction Agreement in International Commercial Contracts’
Dr Michiel Poesen (University of Aberdeen), ‘The interaction between UK private international law and liability arising out of the use of artificial intelligence’
Mr Denis Carey (University of Lancaster), ‘The Consultation on the Reform of the Arbitration Act 1996’
The workshop is free to attend, but registration is required via email. A Teams link will be provided for remote attendees.