Velkommen til Institutt for privatretts seminarrekke.
Innledninger ved postdoktor Marianne Jenum Hotvedt, førsteamanuensis Eirik Østerud og førsteamanuensis Harald Irgens-Jensen, Institutt for privatrett, Universitetet i Oslo.
Presentation by Professor Jükka Mähönen, Department of Private Law, University of Oslo
On the 27th and 28th of March, Prof. Liesbeth Enneking (Erasmus School of Law), Martijn Scheltema (Erasmus School of Law) and Jeroen Veldman (Cass Business School, London) will organize a workshop that brings together experts (academics, policymakers, practitioners and NGOs) to provide a comprehensive view on the Dutch legal and policy framework with regard to sustainable trade and development.
Shifting investment from fossil-fueled, unsustainable projects to renewables-based and sustainable business is crucial to the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The huge investment gap under the Paris Agreement and even larger under the SDGs, highlights the unsustainability of the business as usual and the path-dependency of current financial decision-making.
Master i rettsvitenskap Caroline Bang Stordrange ved Institutt for privatrett avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne: Kommer senere!
Caroline Bang Stordrange at the Department of Private Law will be defending the thesis; The continuous disclosure obligation and private liability of issuers - An efficient solution? for the degree of Ph.D.
Original title: Aksjeutsteders løpende informasjonsplikt og erstatningsansvar. Behov og potensial for effektivisering?
The disputation will be held in Norwegian.
Master i rettsvitenskap Caroline Bang Stordrange ved Institutt for privatrett vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden Ph.d: Aksjeutsteders løpende informasjonsplikt og erstatningsansvar. Behov og potensial for effektivisering?
A conceptual artwork and lecture by Guido Kucsko.
The Research Group market, innovation and competition cordially invites to this exhibition followed by a seminar titled "Protecting Ideas".
Open for all interrested.
The University of Oslo is hosting a workshop on life cycle analysis on 23 April 2018. The event is by-invitation-only, based on this call for abstracts which invites contributions to a book project under the working title: Developing Life Cycle Analysis: Life Cycle Criteria tools and methodologies for public procurement in the EU.
The University of Aarhus is hosting the international symposium 'Law and sustainability in global value chains: Due diligence and contracts in focus', which will be held in Aarhus (Denmark) on 25-26 April 2018.
Arbeidsrettsgruppens årlige vårseminar.
The Norwegian Ministry of Justice has requested Professor Giuditta Cordero-Moss, University of Oslo, to submit a proposal for a statute on choice of law rules for contractual and non-contractual obligations. This conference is organized to ensure that the proposal reflects state-of-the-art knowledge on the field at the international level.
Welcome to the Department of Private Laws seminar series.
Presentation by Professor Andreas Rahmatian, University of Glasgow.
Hvordan vil digitalisering og nye arbeids- og tilknytningsformer påvirke fremtidens arbeidsliv i Norden?
Fafo har, i samarbeid med forskere fra flere nordiske land, startet et tverrvitenskapelig forskningsprosjekt om fremtidens arbeidsliv. Prosjektet skal blant annet omfatte en studie av behov, hindre og muligheter for utvikling av arbeidsrettslig regulering. Prosjektet er finansiert av Nordisk ministerråd, og skal løpe frem til 2020.
Presentasjon ved postdoktor Marianne Jenum Hotvedt.
Åpent for alle.
- med eksempler fra miljøregulering av næringsvirksomhet.
Ved universitetslektor Jon Chr. Fløysvik Nordrum, Institutt for offentlig rett
Åpent for alle.
Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars is pleased to announce the dates for its fourth annual workshop. The theme will be ‘Innovating Business Models for Sustainability’, and participants will be selected based on the submissions in response to the Call for Papers.
The aim of the annual workshop is to provide a forum for open, intimate and inspiring discussions about female business scholars’ common areas of interest and is open to all in the broad field of business including but not limited to disciplines of law, economics, accounting, organizational studies, political science and sociology.
This workshop will investigate the role of public authority and development of transnational practices regarding the regulation of labour standards and market actors. How such practices can promote sustainability will be considered in economic, environmental and social terms and with reference to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In particular, the current challenge and effects of forms of nationalism (as evident from the 2016 Brexit referendum and US elections, among others) will be addressed as a constraint on transnationalism. Scope for innovative national regulatory practices will also be explored.
How do we time our actions in a way that minimize the risks and maximize the opportunities associated with climate change and environmental issues? What role can the Sustainable Development Goals play in this?