13th May 2009
The recent Kadi and FIAMM rulings by the European Court of Justice shed light on the relationship between Community and International law, but unsurprisingly also raise further questions. These two legal orders, although they usually go hand-in-hand, may prove to entail diverging obligations for EU Member States. It seems fair to state that this subject-matter, even with Kadi and FIAMM, is by no means 'acte clair'. Its complexity is patently obvious given the various approaches by the Court of First Instance, the Advocates-General and the European Court of Justice.
This event focuses on the implications of the recent Kadi and FIAMM rulings by the European Court of Justice. The main topic will be whether or not these judgments have created sharper divisions between the EC and International legal order. This event features some of the most eminent practitioners and academics in the field.
Solicitors and barristers may claim CPD hours through attendance at this event.
Full payment is required prior to the event. All cancellations must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org no less than 5 working days prior to the event.
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