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New EU directives : between consumer protection and harmonization of private law

Publié le 24 novembre 2020 Mis à jour le 24 novembre 2020

During this conference, Irene Kull, will shortly present the latest changes in consumer protection directives of the EU and expand on the challenges these repre¬sent, in termps of European harmonization, for natio¬nal legal systems.

Irene KULL is a professor of civil law and holds the position of the head of the Department of the Civil Law at the University of Tartu. She participated in the Study Group of a European Civil Code (SGCCE) and was a member of the Expert Group on a Common Frame of Reference in the area of European Contract Law (CESL). She has been a member of drafting commission on Estonian Law of Obligations Act and one of the editors and leading authors of comments on Estonian Law of Obligations, General Part of Civil Code and Property Law Act. She has taken part in several EU and Esto­nian research projects and has published a number of works on private law areas. From 1996 she acted as an advisor of the civil chamber of the Estonian Su­preme Court.

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Conference via Teams on 25.11.20 @ 12am (GRP European Private and Comparative Law DROI_C5109 202021)
Non-members have to request access > Contact: erik.vandenhaute@ulb.be
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le 25 novembre 2020

12 am

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Conference via Teams on 25.11.20 @ 12am (GRP European Private and Comparative Law DROI_C5109 202021)