Programme, Oslo 18 - 19 May 2011

The Reach of Free Movement Conference

17 May

Programme with dinner for early arrivals on 17 May, including Constitution Day reception at the Law Faculty with view to main street and childrens’ parade etc.

18 May

Session 1:  09.30-11.00
(registration from 09.00, sessions begins at 9.30, in Juridisk Eksamenssal, in Domus Academica, Karl Johans gate 47)

  • Professor Mads Andenæs, University of Oslo
    Introducing the conference and providing "A defence of a gradualist approach in redrawing the reach of the fundamental freedoms"
  • Professor Norbert Reich, University of Bremen
    "On proportionality – with references to the case-law on citizenship"
  • Dr. Tarjei Bekkedal, University of Oslo
    "Discrimination Talk"

Coffee break, sandwiches 11.00-11.30

Session 2:  11.30-13.00

  • Professor Jukka Snell, Swansea University
    "Varieties of capitalism and the limits of free movement"
  • Professor Vassilis Hatzopoulos, Democritus University of Thrace and College of Europe in Bruges
    "The concept of economic activity under internal market and competition law"
  • Dr Renato Nazzini, University of Southampton
    "The reach of restrictions on competition and its relationship to free movement"

Lunch 13.00-14.00

Session 3:  14.00-15.30

  • Professor Jan Wouters, Leuven
    "Comparing the notion of  ‘market access’ under ECJ case law with WTO law"
  • Dr Alina Tryfonidou, Leicester
    "What could reverse discrimination contribute to the understanding of the relationship between restrictions and discrimination concepts"
  • Dr. Agustín José Menendéz, Universidad de León, Spain and adjoint professor at ARENA, University of Oslo
    "Discrimination, Restrictions and Free Movement"

Tea Break

Session 4:  16.00-18.00

  • Professor Takis Tridimas, QMUL, London
    "Free movement of capital and establishment, revisiting the VW case law, golden shares and the application to private parties"
  • Professor Stefan Enchelmaier, University of York
    "Italian trailers and Mickelsson & Roos"
  • Professor Niels Fenger
    "Restrictions on use"
  • Discussion session chaired by Mads Andenæs, inviting comments from Jukka Snell, Takis Tridimas and the other participants, "The Freedoms after the Crisis – limiting the reach of capital freedom and extending the derogations?"

Dinner 19.00 - Restaurant Eik Savoy, Universitetsgaten 11

19 May

Session 5:  09.00-10.30

  • Attorney Pål Wennerås and Attorney Ketil Bøe Moen, Attorney General’s Office, Oslo
    "Alive and Kecking"
  • Professor Ulf Bernitz, Stockholm University
    "On free movement and national monopolies"

Coffee break

Session 6: 11.00-13.00

  • Dr. Alexander Fritzsche, Gleiss Lutz, Frankfurt
    "Discretion of Member States in the Application of Derogations from Free Movement Rights vis-à-vis the European Court of Justice"
  • Research fellow Christian Wohlfahrt, Max Planck Institute
    "Direct effect from Van Gend to Kücükdeveci: Misunderstandings and inconsistencies"
  • Professor Takis Tridimas and Professor Jan Wouters
    Summing up

Lunch 13.00-14.00

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