Forum on Procedural Law of the Court of Justice of the EU

Monday, 25 February 2019, 08:45

The Forum of the CJEU Procedural Law is twofold. First, it intends to tackle cutting-edge procedural issues which arise in the Court's proceedings and case-law. Second, it aims at providing an update on procedural issues. It takes its name from the intention to have an open dialog among specialists of EU Law and Procedural Law and to foster comparison with other courts, be they domestic or international.

The event is co-organised by Prof. Daniel Sarmiento Ramírez-Escudero (Professor of EU Law, Complutense University of Madrid), Prof. Hélène Ruiz-Fabri (Executive Director, Max Planck Institute Luxembourg and Prof. Burkhard Hess (Director, Max Planck Institute Luxembourg).

Programme

08:45Welcome
by Prof. Hélène Ruiz Fabri and Prof. Burkhard Hess (Max Planck Institute Luxembourg)
and Prof. Daniel Sarmiento Ramírez -Escudero (Complutense University of Madrid)
09:00 I. General Reports on Current Procedural Issues
A Dr Alicja Sikora (Jagiellonian University Cracow): "Infringement actions at the General Court" [EN]
B Dr Cristian Oró (Court of Justice of the EU): "Filtering of appeals on points of law before the Court of Justice" [EN/FR]
C Jonathan Wildemeersch (Court of Justice of the EU): "Standing requirements of private parties in actions of annulment concerning regulatory acts" [FR]
12:45 II. Evidence at the Court of Justice - Lunch Discussion
Speaker: Mr Eric Gippini Fournier (European Commission) [EN]
14:30 III. Recent case-law and decisions
14:30 First Panel - EU Law and International Procedures
Chair: Judge Lucia Serena Rossi (Court of Justice of the EU)

A Holger Hestermeyer (King's College London): "Achmea (C-284/16) – Autonomy of EU law and remedies in international law (BITs)" [EN]
B Prof. Carmen Martínez Capdevila (Autonomous University of Madrid): "Western Sahara Campaign (C-266/16) and Rosneft (C-72/15) – Preliminary references of validity of EU acts in light of international agreement" [FR]
C Mr Janek Nowak (Max Planck Institute Luxembourg): "Austria / Germany (C-648/15) - Dispute resolution among Member States at the Court of Justice (Art. 273 TFEU)" [EN]
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Second Panel - EU Law and Constitutional Procedures
Chair: Judge Allan Rosas (Court of Justice of the EU)

A Prof. Roberto Mastroianni (University of Naples Federico II): "Belgium/Commission (C-16/16 P) - Judicial review of EU soft law" [EN]
B Prof. Araceli Turmo (University of Nantes): "Commission/France (C-416/17), The duty to make a preliminary reference by Supreme Courts" [FR]
C Mr Luca Prete (Court of Justice of the EU): "Commission/Poland (C-441/17 R) – Interim measures and sanctions for lack of enforcement" [EN]
18:00 Closing Lecture - Litigating Brexit
Speaker: Prof. Piet Eeckhout (University College London) [EN]

Venue:
Max Planck Institute Luxembourg
Conference room, 4th floor
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
L-2721 Luxembourg

If you are interested in participating in this event, please contact: Martina Winkel: (+352) 26 94 88 - 923, events@mpi.lu.

Participation is free of charge.