Entries by Thalia Kruger

Montenegro’s legislative implementation of the EAPO Regulation: setting the stage in civil judicial cooperation

Carlos Santaló Goris, Lecturer at the European Institute of Public Administration in Luxembourg, offers an analysis of an upcoming legislative reform in Montenegro concerning the European Account Preservation Order In 2010, Montenegro formally became a candidate country to join the European Union. To reach that objective, Montenegro has been adopting several reforms to incorporate within […]

Pax Moot Court Competition Peter Nygh round: the results

The Peter Nygh Round (2023) of the Pax Moot court was held in Antwerp from 3 to 5 May – the preliminary days at the University of Antwerp and the semi-finals and finals at the Antwerp court. This year saw the highest number of registered teams yet for the PAX Competition (37 teams). 28 teams […]

The Digital Services Act (DSA) – International Aspects: Event on 17 May

On May 17th, 2023, the Department of Law  of the University of Urbino (Italy), will host an event titled “The Digital Services Act (DSA): International Aspects – Aspects Internationaux” co-organized with the Centre de recherche de droit international privé et du commerce international de l’Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas and the University of Malaga. The DSA (Regulation (EU) […]

ArbMetaBlock2023 Conference, Ghent, 26 May 2023

At the ArbMetaBlock2023 Conference leading experts in technology and dispute resolution will discuss the impact of blockchain, the Metaverse, and Web3 on arbitration. These concepts have become part of the conversation in the arbitration community, but few understand their true significance and potential impact. Panelists will discuss the impact of blockchain and the Metaverse on […]

Diversity & Inclusiveness In International Arbitration: Hybrid event on 24 April 2023

The School of Law of the University of Aberdeen is organising a hybrid even on Diversity & Inclusiveness In International Arbitration: Challenges, Progress and Excuses on Monday 24 April (13.00 – 14.15 British Summer Time). Despite the broadly accepted desirability and value of diversity in international arbitration, statistics show that very little changes in the […]

Webinar “Beyond the Civil – Common Law Divide: Islamic Shari’a Principles in Shari’a Based International Arbitration Disputes”, 14 March 2023

The Centre for Private International Law is organising an online research seminar on Beyond the Civil – Common Law Divide: Islamic Shari’a Principles in Shari’a Based International Arbitration Disputes on 14 March 2023, 14:00 – 15:30 UK time. With the global growth in the Islamic finance industry, the conclusion of Islamic finance transactions, and the […]