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This is the General Program of the IP-2009. As you see, it is in day-to-day format. You may download the Program in pdf format here Documento Pdf.

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General  Problems of Transnational Law and its

Implications for the Companies in International Trade

Third Edition

10-19 September 2009

University of Deusto, Bilbao (Spain)

 

9 SEPT. 2009

WEDNESDAY

Arriving day

 

10 SEPT. 2009

THURSDAY

10.30-11.00

Opening of the course

“Welcoming words”

Julia Gonzalez

Vice-Rector of International Relations of the University of Deusto

Maria Pilar Canedo

Program Director

VENUE: Auditorium (Auditorio)

11.00-13.00

Opening Lecture:

 

“LAWYERING IN THE XXI CENTURY INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARENA: A CAUTIONARY BUT PROMISING TALE”

Carlos Llorente Gomez de Segura

International Lawyer AMYA (Madrid)

VENUE: Auditorium (Auditorio)

13.00-14.00

Visit to the Library and venues for the course

(Groups of students to be organised at the end of the conference)

14.00-15.00

Lunch at the dorms

15.30 -18.00

 

PLENARY SESSION

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

General presentation of the IP structure, methodology and outcomes per target group: under- and postgraduate students.

Presentation of the different learning styles.

Working groups and Tutorials for problem based learning.

Tutorials. Trying to solve the problem. How this helps to the written report.

Presentation of the Moot Court Case by an expert of a professional body. Developing the Moot court: Definition of the different stages of a Moot Court.

Carlos Llorente

University of Deusto

Marta Casado

University of Deusto

Luis Gordillo

University of Deusto

Irati Basoredo

University of Deusto

Naiara Arriola

University of Deusto

Durgambini Patel

Pune University (India)

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

18.15

 

Meeting at the main door of the university for going to the Town hall

 

 

 

 

19.00-20.30

 

Formal Reception of the Mayor of Bilbao

at the Town hall.

 

(Please follow the instructions you will receive for entering the venue)

 

 

11 SEPT. 2009

FRIDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.30-11.00 hours:

Traditional Methods of Solving Conflicts.

The communitarization of PRivate International Law

antonino Ali

Trento University

 

11.00-11.30 hours:

Coffee break

 

11.30-13.00 hours:

Regulation 44/01

Daniele Alexandre

Strasbourg University

 

13.00-14.00 hours:

Rome Convention/Regulation on the Law applicable to contractual obligations

Maria Pilar Canedo

University of Deusto

Discussion and Debate on Lecture in working groups

VENUE: CLASSROOM 162

15.30-16.30 hours:

The impact of globalization on the concept of law

 

Naiara arriola

University of Deusto

VENUE: Classroom 162

Working groups and Tutorials

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

Developing the Moot court: Determining the different groups and the roles of the groups. Set up of the group-work organisation

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

 

 

12 SEPT. 2009

SATURDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.30-11.00 hours:

 

International trade and Investment Law: concepts and innovations

Hadi slim

François Rabelais University

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

 

11.30-14.00 hours:

Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution:

Negotiation, Mediation and Conciliation.

Alain laraby

Institut Catholic de Paris

serge losappio

Institut Catholic de Paris

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

15.30-17.00 hours:

 

Working groups and Tutorials

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

ADR Seminars

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

17.00-19.00 hours:

ADR Seminars

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

Developing the Moot court Definition of the legal problems derived from the Moot Court Case

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

 

13 SEPT. 2009

SUNDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.30-11.30 hours:

 

Law applicable to the Conflict. Sources of Conflict of Law:

Legal aspects of the drafting of International contracts

Patrick Wautelet

Liege University

 

11.30-12.00

Coffee break

 

12.00-14.00 hours:

short overview of cross-border insolvency (from a European perspective)

Patrick Wautelet

Liege University

 

Relations between Rome and Viena Convention on International contract of sale of goods

Irati Basoredo

Marta casado

University of Deusto

VENUE: Classroom 162

Working groups and Tutorials

 

Developing the Moot court

 

Searching and definition of the legal aspects to fundament the arguments. Key features in decisions.

Video training

 

 

14 SEPT. 2008

MONDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

9.30-11.00 hours:

 

 

International Trade law and Alternative Dispute Resolutions.

 

Steven J Truxal

Kingston University

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

 

11.30-13.00 hours:

 

Islamic finance and commercial arbitration

 

Faissal Attia.

Norwich University

 

VENUE: Classroom 162

Working groups and Tutorials

 

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

Developing the Moot court

 

Following the Searching and definition of the legal aspects to fundament the arguments.

Video training

 

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

 

15 SEPT. 2009

TUESDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.00-11.00 hours:

Reflections on laws relating to companies in Transnational trade in India --An appraisal.--

Durgambini Patel.

Pune University

 

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

 

Working groups and Tutorials

 

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

Developing the Moot court

Determining the different defence strategies of each group and their consequences.

Video training

 

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

11.30-14.00 hours:

Formal opening of the course

 

Jaime Oraa

Rector of the University of Deusto

Nazario oleaga

Dean of the Bar Association of Biscay

Fernando Ruiz Piñeiro

President of the High Court of the Basque Country

 

distinguised lecture:

 

New challenges for companies on the global economy

 

ÁNGEL LOSSADA TORRES-QUEVEDO

 

secretary of State for External Affaires in Spain

 

Discussion and Debate

 

VENUE: Videoconference Room (ESIDE Building) New 

 

 

16 SEPT. 2009

WEDNESDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.30-11.30 hours:

 

EU Competition Law and economy.

 

Competition Law

Dr Andreas Stephan

Norwich University

 

11.30-12.00

Coffee break

 

12.00-14.00 hours:

 

Competition Policy vs Regulation in the Context of Law and Economics

Diana Eerma

Tartu University

 

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

Working groups and Tutorials

 

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

Developing the Moot court

- Preparation of the official Forms, lawsuit, etc

- Video training

 

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

 

17 SEPT. 2009

THURSDAY

9.30 – 14.00

15.30 -19.00

PLENARY SESSIONS

UNDERGRADUATE

POSTGRADUATE

09.30-11.00 hours:

companies, libel tourism and human rights

Alastair Mullis

Norwich University

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

 

11.30-12.30 hours:

Fundamental Rights and Governing Principles on Transnational Law.

Luis gordillo Perez

University of Deusto

 

12.30-14.00 hours:

Right to the Community designs and its role in companies' economic activity

Joanna Sienczylo-Chlabicz.

University in Bialystok

 

VENUE: CLASSROOM 162

 

Working groups and Tutorials

 

VENUE: Classroom 091

 

 

Debriefing

 

VENUE: Classroom 092

 

 

18 SEPT. 2009

FRIDAY

10.00 – 12.00: Oral accounting of the internal reports by the grade students in front of the postgraduate ones.

Beginning of the assessment.

Venue: Deusto University

(depending on the working groups)

15.00 – 18.00: Development of the Public hearing of the Moot Court. Postgraduate students in front of the graduate ones and the “Court”.

Beginning of the assessment.

Venue: High Court of the Basque Country

Jury:  two magistrates (of the High Court), two Lawyers and one member of the Chamber of Commerce of Bilbao

 

19 SEPT. 2009

SATURDAY

10.30 – 11.30: Analysis of the results, evaluation of the different conclusions and techniques. Writing of the conclusions and final reports on contents and competences.

VENUE: Classroom 091

Evaluation of the Programme taking particular note of the ways and methods of reasoning and reaching conclusions in a comparative manner.

 

12.00-14.00: Closing Ceremony, (Diploma-Giving)

VENUE: Classroom 162

 

20 SEPT. 2009

SUNDAY

Departures

 

 

 

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