EJTN opens registration to three new EJTN webinars

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

It is with great pride that the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) opens registration to three new EJTN webinars, which will be held this December.

The webinars, which cover three timely topics, will be presented by foremost experts in these respective topics. Participants will be able to pose questions to the presenters.

Join EJTN for these skills-enhancing webinars! And, don't forget to tell your colleagues about these webinars!

Registration is open now for the three webinars that are profiled below! Registration is easy and quick and the system provides an automatic calendar reminder and a webinar systems readiness self-check.

Brussels I & Recast: Recent developments and case law

Monday, December 3, 2018 10:00:00 AM CET - 11:30:00 AM CET
The Brussels I Regulation (44/2001) and its Recast (1215/2012, known as Brussels Ia or Brussels Ibis) are well-known and regularly applied in the – increasingly frequent  – civil cases with cross-border elements. The Recast Regulation has been in force for almost four years. National judges pose many and divergent questions of interpretation to the Court of Justice of the EU.

The webinar will discuss the recent twists and turns on both legislative and case law fronts that this familiar Regulation has taken. The speakers will address issues concerning the scope, rules of jurisdiction, the regime on recognition and enforcement, and judicial cooperation.

TARGET GROUP
Judges and prosecutors, preferably those involved or to be involved in judicial cooperation in civil matters.

REGISTER HERE: https://meet51996584.adobeconnect.com/ejtn-events/event/event_info.html

 

The European Investigation Order in practice: challenges for practitioners

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 2:00:00 PM CET - 3:30:00 PM CET

The “The European Investigation Order in practice: challenges for practitioners” webinar will provide a better understanding of the current landscape of EU cross-border gathering of evidence (Mutual Legal Assistance and Mutual Recognition) and the perspectives and challenges offered by the Directive on the European Investigation Order (EIO).

It will also advise on what relates those main changes with the EIO Directive in order to raise awareness among practitioners on practical questions that may arise regarding rights and obligations of the issuing and executing Member State.

Further, it will show how to facilitate the use of the EIO in practice when asking for some investigative measures in another Member State (examples and standard form).

TARGET GROUP
Judges and prosecutors, preferably those involved or to be involved in judicial cooperation in criminal matters or cross-border investigations and prosecutions.

REGISTER HERE: https://meet51996584.adobeconnect.com/eio-practice/event/event_info.html

 

Matrimonial property regimes and property consequences of registered partnerships

Thursday, December 13, 2018 2:00:00 PM CET - 3:30:00 PM CET

On 29 January 2019 the two EU Regulations on matrimonial property and the property consequences of registered partnership will become applicable. Every family judge in Europe will be bound by these instruments whenever the marriage or registered partnership has a cross-border dimension.

TARGET GROUP
Judges and prosecutors, preferably those involved or to be involved in judicial cooperation in family law matters.

REGISTER HERE:  https://meet51996584.adobeconnect.com/matrimonial-property/event/event_info.html