Seminar in EU-Law with Professor of Governance and Sociology of Law at the Copenhagen Business School Poul Fritz Kjær. Please register by 6 October 2021. Zoom link the link will be sent out to registered participants on 7 October 2021.
At this final doctoral seminar Niousha Nademi presents the draft of his doctoral thesis “Market Definition in Digital Markets”.
The current EU Commission has promised to improve the working conditions of gig workers, which are regularly self-employed, without EU competition law standing in the way. DG Comp followed up on this promise and launched an initiative in January 2021 to explore a variety of policies to avoid EU competition law denying self-employed access to concluding collective agreements.
Several times a month, the CJEU delivers judgments on the fundamental rights of companies. The cases concern a wide range of rights including property, the right to conduct a business, freedom of expression, privacy and the right to a fair trial. Up to now, no comprehensive evaluation of this case law has been carried out.
In recent times there had been a series of money laundering scandals implicating some of the largest and reputed banks across the European Union, including Sweden.
Olivier Linden and Sybe de Vries discusses the future challenges for the Internal Market in the light of the current Coronacrisis.
During the last decades, the European Union has been stepping up its efforts to improve the effectiveness of EU law enforcement, not least by setting up enforcement networks in key areas of the Internal Market. In her talk, Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt will introduce the general trend towards network governance in the EU and highlight some of its main challenges in the context of enforcement.
Article 6(2) TEU requires the EU, an institution which has been in a constant state of evolution for over six decades, to accede to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (“ECHR”) a creature of the Council of Europe (“CoE”) which, along with its legal system, has travelled its own evolutionary path over the same period.
Professor Anu Bradford discusses her recently published book The Brussels Effect. The book challenges the prevalent view that the European Union is a declining world power. It argues that notwithstanding its many obvious challenges, the EU remains an influential superpower that shapes the world in its image through a phenomenon called the “Brussels Effect.”
In this seminar, Dr Marios Iacovides, Research Fellow at the University of Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law, will present his one year research project in Oxford "Competition law in the Anthropocene epoch – How can EU competition law act as a public policy tool to further the European Green Deal’s goals?"
There will be a need to adopt rules on controlling barriers to trade within the UK, ie England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland (though Northern Ireland is in effect part of the EU, for goods, under the Protocol attached to the Withdrawal agreement). Stephen Weatherill discusses in this webinar how to replace EU law in UK 2021.
Frågan om huruvida det finns konstitutionella gränser för att tillämpa EU-rättsliga regler i de nationella rättsordningarna har till största delen lämnats oreglerad i medlemsstaternas författningar.
Institutet för Europeisk rätt in cooperation with International Academic Society of Competition Law Scholars (ASCOLA) Nordic section invites you to an open seminar 18 June 16:00 - 18:00 on The Interface Between Privacy and Competition Law with Michal Gal, Orla Lynskey, Maria Wasastjerna, and Samson Y. Esayas.
Eduardo Gill-Pedro will at this webinar present a paper that he is currently working on, entitled "A company’s fundamental right to conduct business: reverse engineering a free market as an objective of EU law?". Please join us via Zoom (link will be sent upon registration).
In this talk Alexandre will present his research with Prof Daniel Crane (Michigan Law School) on competition law and fascism. By looking at the case of fascism in Spain, the hypothesis that the authors are testing is whether market concentration facilitates the raise of authoritarian regimes. Please join us via Zoom: https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/j/69718410739
Europeiska konventionen om de mänskliga fri- och rättigheterna (EKMR) och dess främsta uttolkare, Europadomstolen, har efter Sveriges inkorporering av konventionen 1995 kommit att spela en alltmer viktig roll i den rättsliga diskussionen i Sverige. Jur. Dr. Erik Wennerström är Sveriges domare vid Europadomstolen sedan 1 april 2019 och reflekterar över sitt första år som domare och reflekterar över domstolens verksamhet och hur den fungerar.
The seminar aims at analysing the special legal relations between the EU and Greenland, which, for reasons that will be discussed, necessitates a focus on the particular triangular EU-Greenland-Denmark relationship.
OBS! Lokalbyte. Forskarseminarium, kl. 12-14, Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, Stockholms universitet, Biblioteketsbyggnaden, plan 6
Katri Havu will be on research visit to the SCCL. She is a well-known expert on European law on damages liability and on competition law. The presentations will be followed by discussion.
Ester Herlin-Karnell discusses the notion of self-defense as a justification for waging war and how it potentially applies to the EU and its Member States.
Kommerskollegium har nyligen publicerat rapporten ‘’Reforming compliance management in the Single Market – Discussion on a decentralised enforcement of EU law’’. Olivier Linden har i första hand utarbetat rapporten. Mot bakgrund av denna diskuteras på seminariet vägarna för en mer effektiv tillämpning av EU:s regler för den inre marknaden. Seminariet hålls delvis på engelska.
This talk will explore how a revised Withdrawal Agreement might be obtained (which is not at all likely) and what might happen after a no-deal Brexit, concentrating in particular on citizens’ rights and the rule of law crisis, especially the constitutional aspects.
The role of the UK Parliament has evolved in prominence during the Brexit saga, with clashes between the Prime Minister and parliament now dominating national developments. This paper explores these clashes and shifts in power, and examines the issues currently being litigated in the High Court and UK Supreme Court in R (Miller) v Prime Minister.
The author argues that the legal framework for EU foreign affairs must adapt in a changing world so as to ensure the EU treaties can cater for a more assertive Europe in the wider world.
At the seminar, Niousha Nademi will present parts of his doctoral dissertation entitled ‘Market Definition in the ICT sector’