The fourth German Conference for Young Scholars in Private International Law, held on site at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna on 23 and 24 February 2023 (we have posted about the event previously
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For all those interested in the various aspects of collective redress, including cross border issues (in securities and competition cases), the 4th International Class Action Conference held as an on-site conference in Amsterdam provides an excellent opportunity to discuss current issues and share your own experiences. The international conference is co-organized, inter alia, by the […]
HCCH 2019 Judgments Convention Repository In preparation of the
by Wolfgang Hau, University of Munich This year’s Dispute Resolution Day of the Munich Center for Dispute Resolution on 6 May is dedicated to the above mentioned highly topical issue: Can companies in Germany be held responsible for human rights violations that have occurred somewhere in the global supply chain? Are civil lawsuits and commercial […]
Conference The HCCH 2019 Judgments Convention: Cornerstones – Prospects – Outlook Registration now open! Dates: Friday, 9 September 2022, and Saturday, 10 September 2022 Venue: Universitätsclub Bonn, Konviktstraße 9, D – 53113 Bonn Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org Registration fee: € 200.- Young Scholars rate (limited capacity): € 100.- Conference Dinner […]
A new series of webinars on the application of the EU Succession Regulation in the Member States will be organised in the framework of the ELI SiG Family and Succession Law. In five webinars of two hours each, representatives of the Member States will talk about their experiences within their respective legal systems. The organizers […]
Today, 2 March 2022, the United States of America (USA) signed the HCCH 2019 Judgments Convention. This made the
Today, Advocate General Maciej Szpunar delivered his
Willem 1, Buddhist mummy. Statue (L), CT scan (R). (Photos: Drents Museum) by Zhen Chen, PhD researcher in the Department of Private International Law, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (ORCID ID:
In preparation of the