Entries by Ivana Kunda

The 3rd Petar Sarcevic conference on family law

The Third International Scientific Conference Petar Sarcevic: Family and Children – European Expectations and National Reality will take place in Opatija, Croatia, on 20-21 September 2013. The programme of this conference includes the following speakers and topics: Friday, 20 September Prof. Dr. KATARINA BOELE-WOELKI Utrecht University Family Law in Europe: Past, Present, Future – Keynote […]

10th Jubilee PIL Conference in the Southeast Europe

The series of regional Southeast European private international law conferences is celebrating its 10th jubilee this year. There are four topics under the general conference title “A Decade in the Development of Private International Law: 2003-2012“: 1. Private International Law of the European Union (rapporteur: Prof. Dr. Michael Bogdan, Faculty of Law Lund, Sweden); 2. […]

Liber Amicorum for the Croatian Professor Emeritus Krešimir Sajko

Liber Amicorum for Professor Emeritus Krešimir Sajko was published within the Collected Papers of the Zagreb Law Faculty, volume 62, numbers 1-2. The papers in Croatian, German and English language published in the Liber Amicorum fall under the topics on private international law, international civil procedure, international commercial arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, as well […]

Fukuoka conference: Regulatory Hybridization in the Transnational Sphere

Professor Toshiyuki Kono of the Kyushu University is organising a two-day international conference titled “Regulatory Hybridization in the Transnational Sphere“. Motivation for choosing this particular topic and the features of the conference are described by the organiser as follows: [N]ational laws and public international law are no longer the exclusive regulatory authorities today. Instead, regulatory […]

Skopje Conference on impact of EU PIL on local laws

The conference “Recent trends in European Private International Law – Challenges for the national legislations of the South East European countries” is held in Skopje, Macedonia on 24 September 2011. This is the 9th conference in the series of regional private international law conferences, the most recent being announced

International Maritime Law Conference on the Croatian Islands of Brijuni

The Institute of European and Comparative Law of the Rijeka Law Faculty, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, The Croatian Comparative Law Association, the Croatian Maritime Law Association, and the Croatian Justice Academy organise the conference “The Resolution of International Maritime Disputes within the European and International Legal Framework”. The conference will take place on 2 and […]

The final CLIP Draft

The European Max-Planck Group on Conflict of Laws in Intellectual Property (CLIP) has recently published its final Draft Principles for Conflict of Laws in Intellectual Property (refered to by the Group as “the Draft”), which came after the the Third Preliminary Draft of the Principles we reported on