On 30 June 2023, the second edition of the Austrian Private International Law Workshop will take place in Innsbruck. The organisers cordially invite all interested researchers and practitioners to participate and register via firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation is free of charge. The workshop will be conducted in German and will consist of two sessions, chaired by Florian Heindler and Andreas Schwartze, respectively.
Presentations will discuss, inter alia: Current trends in the case law of the CJEU on conflict of laws (Marlene Brosch, ECJ); The EU Succession Regulation and the Austrian Supreme Court – where it should have applied for a preliminary ruling (Gottfried Musger, Austrian Supreme Court); Parent in one country, parent in every country: The proposal for an EU Parenthood Regulation (Martina Melcher, University of Graz); International enforcement of legal rules on social networks (Brigitta Lurger, University of Graz); The corporation seat theory between connecting factor and domestic nexus (Chris Thomale, University of Vienna); Crypto assets in private international law (Matthias Lehmann, University of Vienna/Radboud University Nijmegen).
A forum chaired by Bernhard A. Koch (University of Innsbruck) and Simon Laimer (University of Innsbruck) on the the most pressing challenges for private international law in the coming years and decades will conclude the event.
The updated and final version of the program is available here.