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The European Energy Law Seminar (EELS) 2013 will take place on 27. and 28. May 2013 in Noordwijk aan Zee, the Netherlands. Please note that the deadline has been extended.
Long-term contracts are important tools to secure productivity and welfare in today’s society. However, they give rise to complex legal questions since they on the one hand tend to ensure stable business conditions and on the other hand must allow a flexible adaptation of the contract's content to ever-changing circumstances.
The EU Commission's proposal for a Common European Sales Law (CESL) and the European Law Institute (ELI) Statement on this proposal bring up many of the core issues. There will be discussion after brief introductions.
International sanctions, e.g. by the EU or the U.S. government, are increasingly deployed as a means of exerting political pressure on regimes such as Iran and North Korea. How do these sanctions affect the market players' need to predict the lawfulnes of actions in international trade?
This is the theme for twelve presentations during the third Tulane-Southampton-Oslo Colloquium.
Please find the link to a call for papers to the VII European Colloquium of Maritime Law Research. The papers will be published in MarIus, the periodical of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law. You can also contact professor Erik Røsæg.
Authors are the professors Hans Jacob Bull og Trine-Lise Wilhelmsen at the Scandinavian Instiute of Maritime Law.
This will be the main focus of the start seminar of the research group in international law of contract.