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  1. Series of Seminars – Transnational Litigation in Civil and Commercial Matters – Jean Monnet Module on European Civil Procedure – University of Milan – February – May 2018
  2. Inauguration, by the French Minister of Justice, of the International Commercial Chamber within the Paris Court of Appeals, to handle disputes arising from international commercial contracts – 7 February 2018
  3. Call for abstracts – Max Planck Institute Luxembourg – Participation in the Colloquium on the “Current Challenges for EU Cross-Border Litigation in a Changing Procedural Environment” – Deadline 15 April 2018
  4. Save the date: International Workshop on organizing a “Database on Cross-Border Enforcement of Claims” – 26 February 2018
  5. EU Procedural Law Study: Consumer Protection General Report published by the European Commission on 26 January 2018
  6. How European is European Private International Law? – Berlin, 2-3 March 2018
  7. European Court of Human Rights (First Section) – Judgment 11 January 2018 – Cipolletta v. Italy – Violation of Art. 6 (1) of the Convention – Excessive length (25 years) of “administrative liquidation” – Violation of Art. 13 – Lack of effective remedy under domestic law entailed breach of creditor’s rights
  8. “Litigation and Arbitration of IP Disputes” – Prof. Dr. Siegfried H. Elsing, LL.M. (Yale) – Max Planck Lecture Series – Luxembourg, 24 January 2018
  9. Mauro Cappelletti Book Prize – 2nd edition – International Association of Procedural Law
  10. Vacancy at the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law: Diplomat Lawyer – Deadline for applications 22 January 2018
  11. Open Justice Conference – organized by (and hosted at) the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg in cooperation with Saarland University – 1 and 2 February 2018
  12. 2017 Report on European Judicial Training released
  13. CJEU Judgment – C-467/17 – Brigitte Schlömp v Landratsamt Schwäbisch Hall – 20 December 2017 – Lugano II Convention – Art. 62 – notion of ‘court’ – any authorities designated by a State bound by the Convention as having jurisdiction in the matters falling within its scope – an authority is classified as a court based on the functions its carries out rather than on its formal classification under national law – Swiss conciliation authorities may be classified as ‘courts’ for the purposes of the Convention
  14. Surveys on the functioning of Brussels I – Erasmus School of University Rotterdam, Asser Institute and Leibniz Institute
  15. UK Law Commission’s Annual Report 2016-17 published on 20 December 2017
  16. CCBE Training conference – Brussels – 14 December 2017
  17. Lord Chief Justice’s Annual Press Conference 2017
  18. Public consultation on modernisation of judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters in the EU (Revision of Regulation (EC) 1393/2007 on service of documents and Regulation (EC) 1206/2001 on taking of evidence)
  19. EUCJ – Opinion of Advocate General Shrapston – 30 November 2017 – Case C‑147/16 – Examination by the national court, of its own motion, whether a contract falls within the scope of Directive 93-13
  20. 92nd Plenary Meeting of the European Committee on Legal Co-Operation (Cdcj) – Strasbourg, 22-24 November 2017
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