Nyári szakmai továbbképzések

Academy of European Law (ERA)
Németország, 2018.

Summer Course on Cross-Border Civil Litigation (Event no. 118B03)

Trier | 2-6 July 2018

Key topics

  • Which court has jurisdiction?
  • Service of documents and taking of evidence
  • Cross-border enforcement of judgments
  • Specific procedures that help to obtain a judgment abroad faster and more easily
  • Freezing monies in bank accounts abroad
  • International contracts and torts
  • Alternative and Online Dispute Resolution

 

Summer Course on Insolvency Proceedings within the EU (Event no. 118B04)

Trier | 11-13 June 2018

Key topics

  • Recast EU Insolvency Regulation, inter alia
  • Centre of main interest (COMI) and forum shopping
  • Coordination of proceedings
  • Insolvency, cross-border security and rights in rem
  • New Directive on insolvency, restructuring and second chance
  • Brexit and insolvency

 

Summer Course on European Data Protection Law (Event no. 418B13)

Trier | 11-13 June 2018

Key topics

  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR): (extra-)territorial, personal and material scope, key new features
  • Protection of citizens' digital rights in practice and available remedies
  • How to build a compliance strategy on personal data protection?
  • What is the role of Data Protection Officers (DPOs)?
  • Data protection authorities' new tools for consistent GDPR implementation: One-Stop-Shop, new consistency mechanism, new enforcement powers and harmonisation of sanctions, role of the new European Data Protection Board (EDPB)
  • The EU toolkit for international data transfers
  • Social media, big data, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Summer Course on European Criminal Justice (Event no. 318B10)

Trier | 18-22 June 2018

Key topics

  • The institutional framework of European criminal justice under the Lisbon Treaty
  • The future relationship between the EU and UK after Brexit: promoting European criminal justice
  • The impact of the EU data protection package 2016 on the daily work of practitioners in the field of criminal justice
  • The future architecture of European criminal justice: roles and tasks of Eurojust, the EJN, Europol, and the forthcoming European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO)
  • EU legislation regarding serious cross-border crime such as trafficking in human beings, migrant smuggling, terrorism and cybercrime
  • The European Investigation Order and its impact on the EU's legal framework regarding the obtaining of foreign evidence
  • Current issues regarding the European Arrest Warrant (grounds for refusal and non-execution)
  • The new legislative approach to ensure mutual recognition of asset freezing and confiscation

 

 

Summer Course on Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the EU (Event no. 418B17)

Trier | 18-21 June 2018

Key topics

  • Protection of human rights in Europe
  • The rule of law in the EU: Article 7 TEU procedure, conditionality of regional aid/structural funds
  • Better law-making
  • Transparency of the legislative process in the EU
  • Right to information in the EU
  • Independence and authority of the judiciary in Europe
  • Access to a court and fair trial guarantees in European law
  • External dimension of human rights in the EU: EU external actions, restrictive measures

 

 

 

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