3rd IBA Litigation Committee Conference on Private International Law – The latest on Brexit, International Commercial Courts and Sanctions, Milan, 24/25 October 2019

IBA MIlanThis year, the IBA Litigation Committee Conference on Private International Law  is being held for the third time, following successful events in 2014 and 2016.

According to a German saying, if an event takes place for the third time, it qualifies as a tradition! The organizers were daring enough to put Brexit on the agenda, so expect some last-minute updates. The conference will look at these topics:

  • Brexit – the impact on jurisdiction and private international law
  • The mushrooming of International Commercial Courts throughout Europe – reasons and perspectives
  • Sanctions – politics, procedures and private international law

Here is the link to the full programme.  I very much look forward to the programme, to  seeing as many of you as possible in person, and to learning about the law, about the city and its culture and about life in general: On one of the previous occasions I learned that the Blue Note jazz club in Milan was founded by a Milanese lawyer, who was not content to simply create one of the better-known Italian law firms…

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