see the relevant article that also republished at EnergyPress here.
by Dora Zafeiropoulou
We would like to inform you that registrations for the upcoming leading «Athens Conference on European Energy Law and Policy» have already begun.
This significant scientific Conference will take place in Athens on the 27th of September 2019, at Electra Palace Athens. The event is organized by the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute and the highly respected German “Institute for Energy and Regulatory Law” and is supported by the “Scottish Arbitration Centre” and the “International Centre for Energy Arbitration” (ICEA). For further information see here
The Conference on ‘Opinion 1/17: European and International Perspectives’, that took place in Paris on 12-14 June 2019, was organised by the European Law and Governance School/EPLO (Athens), the University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, the Hague University of Applied Sciences, and the Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris.
After an introduction on the relationship between the EU and international investment disputes, the speakers examined the judicial independence and impartiality of judiciary, EU autonomy as well as the right to regulate and equal treatment. It was outlined that, whereas the Opinion strengthens the role of the EU as an international actor, the analysis of the CJEU is partially inconsistent with its previous case-law and opens the debate up for further questions.
Professor Dr. Antonis Metaxas was invited as Speaker in this important scientific Conference on Opinion 1/17 and Autonomy panel. His analysis focused on the autonomy of EU legal order and its correlation with international investment protection through arbitration.
On Thursday Professor Dr. Metaxas is invited speaker in the important scientific Conference that will take place in Paris and is organised under the auspices of the University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, the European Law and Governance School, the Hague University of Applied Sciences and the Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris - His analysis will focus on the autonomy of EU legal order and its correlation with international investment protection through arbitration. Renowned academics and judges (among them a judge of the German Federal Constitutional Court (BVerfG)) will participate as speakers. For further information see the relevant link:
See the relevant article of M&A as published in EnergyPress: https://energypress.gr/news/kindynos-paragrafis-apozimiotikon-axioseon-poy-ehoyn-paragogoi-ape-gia-tis-perikopes-toy-new