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World legislation: ways to improve 14-16 September 2020
The legal and economic forum in Cannes is related to the study of problems in the field of law
In 2018, the International Forum of Law and Economics will be held for the first time. Entitled "Modern Aspects of Law and Economics in Europe and Asia", this major event will bring together experts from legal and economic fields.
The International Forum of Law and Economics holds annually in Cannes.
Forum participants will have the opportunity to:
Forum participants will have the opportunity to:
  • Establish business contacts with representatives of leading European universities and international legal companies
  • Hear presentations and expert opinions on the development of digital platforms, issues associated with the development of competition law, international humanitarian law, issues surrounding the development of legal education
  • Explore different opinions and put their own questions to the forum’s experts and speakers
Main topics for panel discussions:
Main topics for panel discussions:
  • Modern aspects of international law and economics
  • Modern aspects of international humanitarian law
  • Modern aspects and prospects for the development of the digital economy
  • Modern aspects of competition law
  • Modern aspects of the convergence of law and economics
  • Modern aspects of law and business
  • Modern aspect of energy law
THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FORUM
THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FORUM

The Third International Online Legal Forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economics in Europe and Asia” will gather participants from more than 10 countries.

 

Useful information:

 

Dates: September 14-16, 2020

Venue: Zoom platform, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

www.canneslegalforum.com  

 

The Third International Legal Forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economy of Europe and Asia” September, 14-16, 2020

 

The legal forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economy of Europe and Asia” was organized for the first time in 2018. For the third time Forum will be the main legal event bringing together experts in the field of law and economics. Based on the results of the forum, methodological and practical recommendations and proposals for improving the world legislation will be prepared on the main areas of the panel discussions.

FORUM PROGRAMME
FORUM PROGRAMME

The Third International Online Legal Forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economics in Europe and Asia” will gather participants from more than 10 countries.

 

Dates: September 14-16, 2020

September 14: from 10:00 to 17:30

September 15: from 10:00 to 17:00

September 16: from 10:00 to 17:00

Venue: Zoom platform, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

www.canneslegalforum.com  

 

Third International Legal Forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economy of Europe and Asia” September, 14-16, 2020

 

The legal forum “Modern Problems of Law and Economy of Europe and Asia” was organized for the first time in 2018. For the third time Forum will be the main legal event bringing together experts in the field of law and economics. Based on the results of the forum, methodological and practical recommendations and proposals for improving the world legislation will be prepared on the main areas of the panel discussions.

 

FORUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

 

Forum President

Maria A. Egorova, Doctor of Law, Professor, Member of the Executive Committee of the Moscow branch of Association of Lawyers of Russia, Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law and the Digital Economics of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Member of the International Committee for the Digital Economy, Professor Emeritus of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi University (Miami, USA), Professor Emeritus of Logos University (Miami, USA).

 

Forum Vice-Presidents

Alain Duflot, expert and world-class law practitioner, Founder of Duflot&Partners legal practice (Lyon, France), Professor at Jean Moulin Lyon III University.

 

Stephan U. Breu, Honorary Professor, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Secretary General of the Swiss Centre for International Humanitarian Law (Zurich, Switzerland).

 

THE ORGANIZERS

 

International Alliance of Jurists and Economists (France, Lyon)

 

Kutafin Moscow State Law University (Moscow, Russia)

 

Swiss Centre for International Humanitarian Law (Zurich, Switzerland)

 

University of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (Miami, USA)

 

THE PARTNERS

 

  • The European Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies (EURISPES)
  • Association of lawyers of Russia (Moscow branch);
  • Russian Asian Legal Association (RALA)
  • All-Russian public organization “Association of Russian diplomats”
  • Duflot & Partners law firm (Lyon, France)
  • Antitrust Advisory law firm (Moscow, Russia)
  • Effective business resources (“EBR”) (Moscow, Russia)

 

The forum program includes the opening and closing ceremony, plenary session, seven online panel discussions in the round tables format and discussion clubs as well as the awarding certificates to participants. The forum will be attended by leading experts from France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Slovakia and India

 

Main topics of panel discussions:

 

Modern problems of international law and economics

Modern problems of international humanitarian law

Modern problems of prospects of digital economy development

Modern problems of competition law

Modern problems of convergence of law and economics

Modern problems of law and business

Modern problems of energy law

 

Deadline for registration is September 6, 2020

 

 

FORUM PROGRAMME

 

September 14, 2020

 

Plenary session (10:15-12:35)

 

Modern Concepts of the Global Legislation Development in the Digital Age

Topics for discussion:

  1. Principle of the supremacy of law and its role in law-based state.
  2. Impact of the integration of modern global legislation on the development of innovative regulatory mechanisms.
  3. Interaction of the world legal systems under the modern development of digital technologies.
  4. Problems in the application of legal norms for the innovative infrastructure development as a part of the emerging ecosystem.
  5. Law and innovation as the foundation for the development of the 21st century ecosystem.

Welcoming addresses by forum organizers

(10 minutes)

Viktor V. Blazheev, Rector of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Chairman of the Russian Association of Lawyers, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation.

 

Maria A. Egorova, Doctor of Law, Professor, Member of the Executive Committee of the Moscow branch of Association of Lawyers of Russia, Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law and the Digital Economics of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Member of the International Committee for the Digital Economy, Professor Emeritus of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi University (Miami, USA), Professor Emeritus of Logos University (Miami, USA).

 

Alain Duflot, expert and world-class law practitioner, Founder of Duflot&Partners legal practice (Lyon, France), Professor at Jean Moulin Lyon III University.

 

Stephan U. Breu, Honorary Professor, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Secretary General of the Swiss Centre for International Humanitarian Law (Zurich, Switzerland).

 

 

12:15-12:35. Presentation of the international research and practical journal of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

 

12:35-13:00. Break

 

13:00-18:00. Panel discussions

 

Panel discussions № 1, 2

13:00-15:00. Panel discussion 1 “Problems of Mutual Integration of French and Russian Legislation: Comparative Aspect

Topics for discussion:

  1. Importance of comparative jurisprudence in France and Russia in the era of digitalization of public relations.
  2. Significance of law and freedoms in the digital era.
  3. Cybersecurity and personal data protection in transition to the digital economy: Russian and French experience.
  4. Transformation of ways to resolve cross-border disputes in the context of the fourth industrial revolution.
  5. Problems of legitimacy of investment agreements in Russia and France in the context of digital development.
  6. Specificities in the work of bodies and institutions of states and integration associations in the context of digitalization.
  7. Legal regulation of public e-procurement in integration associations: comparative legal aspect.
  8. Translation of official documents (e.g., passport, driving licence, health insurance, work record, etc.) in digital field: problems and prospects.
  9. Reform of migration legislation influenced by digitization.
  10. Current problems of protecting confidential information (including military information) in digital space.

 

15:00-15:30: Break

 

15:30-17:30: Panel discussion 2 “Current Challenges of Intellectual Property Protection and Results of Scientific Activities in the Digital Economy Era”

Topics for discussion:

  1. Modern experience of EU and EEU member states in the protection of intellectual property. Comparative legal studies.
  2. Intellectual activity and protection of its results under the development of integration processes.
  3. Specialized courts in the field of intellectual property. Prospects for the development of judicial institutions.
  4. Modern technologies and intellectual property law. Intersectoral research.
  5. Personal data protection in the digital age: challenges and responses. Russian and EU legal development strategies.
  6. Experience of legal support for the development of innovative scientific and technological activities in Russia.
  7. Legal issues of the digitization of cross-border trade.

 

Panel discussions № 3,4

 

13:00-15:00: Panel discussion 3 “Effect of Criminal Law in Modern Comparativistics: French and Italian experience”

Topics for discussion:

  1. Current problems in criminal law and criminal procedure relating to the application of law in space.
  2. Genesis of international criminal law in France.
  3. Current problems of legal cooperation in criminal proceedings in Italy.

 

15:00-15:30 Break

 

15:30-17:30 Panel discussion 4 “Scientific Approaches to Comparative Law”

 

Topics for discussion:

  1. Scientific approaches to the development of concepts of comparative study of contemporary international legal issues.
  2. The role of the history of law in the development of comparative studies.
  3. Modern concepts of the methodological nature of comparative law science.
  4. Problems of integration of foreign legal regulatory experience into the Russian legal system.

 

September 15, 2020

 

10:00-12:00. Annual Congress of the International Alliance of Jurists and Economists (For Association’s members)

 

11:00-13:30. Panel discussion № 5 “Modern Problems of Application of Criminal Liability and the Use of Digital Technologies in Sports Law and Energy Law”

 

13:30-14:00 Break

14:00-16:30 Panel discussion № 6 “Impact of Legal Innovation on Financial Ecosystems: Comparative Legal Studies”.

 

Topics for discussion:

  1. Conceptual ecosystem architectures for key economic sectors
  2. Digital platforms as a trend in global automation
  3. Smart contract: a tool for conclusion and execution of transactions
  4. Intelligent market forecasting systems
  5. Legal status of crypto currencies and their legitimization

 

11:00-13:30 Panel discussion № 7 “Smart City, Technologies and Law: Russian, Swiss and French experience”

Topics for discussion:

  1. Law and technology in the future
  2. Smart Cities' technologies and prospects for their development
  3. Nanotechnology and law
  4. Current status and prospects of healthcare legislation development

 

September 16, 2020

 

11:00-16:45. Panel discussions

 

11:00-13:30 Panel discussion № 8 “Modern Methods of Application of Digital Technology in Competition Law: Comparative Legal Aspect”

Topics for discussion:

  1. Problems of competition between medium and small IT companies for the use of digital economy projects
  2. Risks to free competition
  3. Geographical restrictions on the sale of goods and services on the internet.
  4. Contractual restrictions on online sale of goods and services.
  5. Price restrictions imposed by manufacturers on online distributors. - online price comparisons
  6. Using block technology
  7. Using artificial intelligence in the telecom sector
  8. Collection and mass usage of big data by private companies and Governments

 

 

14:15-16:45 Panel discussion № 9 “Eurasian Economic Union and China: Prospects for Legal and Economic Cooperation in the Context of Legal Integration.”

Topics for discussion:

  1. The socialist legal system of the People's Republic of China today: concept, principles, structure
  2. The essence and vectors of socio-economic transformation in China on the way to building a "modernized socialist state" by 2050.
  3. "Digital sovereignty" as a condition for ensuring the state sovereignty of the People's Republic of China.

 

17:00-18:00. Forum closing session.

 

Vladimir N. Sinyukov, Vice-Rector for Research, Professor of the Department of State and Law at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Doctor of law, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation.

Maria A. Egorova, Doctor of Law, Professor, Member of the Executive Committee of the Moscow branch of Association of Lawyers of Russia, Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law and the Digital Economics of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Member of the International Committee for the Digital Economy, Professor Emeritus of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi University (Miami, USA), Professor Emeritus of Logos University (Miami, USA).

 

Alain Duflot, expert and world-class law practitioner, Founder of Duflot&Partners legal practice (Lyon, France), Professor at Jean Moulin Lyon III University.

 

Stephan U. Breu, Honorary Professor, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Secretary General of the Swiss Centre for International Humanitarian Law (Zurich, Switzerland).

 

The presentation of research Journal and monograph
The presentation of research Journal and monograph

About monograph:

Topical Issues problems of Modern Law and Economics in Europe and Asia : collective monograph : Vol. II // Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL); Association of Russian Diplomats; Association of Russian Lawyers // ex. ed. M. Egorova, I. Khalevinskiy. — M.: Yustitsinform, 2018. — 304 p.

ISBN 978-5-7205-1486-0

The monograph was prepared by the main participants-speakers of the First international legal and economic forum “Modern problems of Law and Economics in Europe and Asia” (France, Cannes, 2018, September 16-20). This collective monograph presents articles by leading experts in law and economicssts from France, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia and China. The monograph considers topical issues of the development of modern civil, corporate, competitionve and banking law, modern current problems of the development of economic relations and prospects for their further improvement.

For teachers, researchers and practitioners, government o cials, employees of diplomatic agencies, students, undergraduates, graduate students of law and economics, as well as for all those interested in the problems issues of law and economics.

The modern world is developing rapidly, and the speed of its transformation is growing every day. Under the in uence of new technologies, innovations and approaches, new problems also appear. These challenges arise in all spheres of public life, and many of them were unthinkable some time ago.

Most of the current problems require immediate and strong response. And what is important to realize is that solving a large number of modern society problems is impossible without fundamental reforms in the legal sphere, both at the national and global levels. Many legal norms have become outdated and no longer correspond to modern economic and socio-political realities.

With the comprehensive implementation of digital technologies into all spheres of human life and the transformation of traditional ways of doing things, the issue of forming a regulatory and legal framework for regulating relations in areas closely related to digital technologies is becoming especially urgent. The adaptation of legislation to the new digital realities is not going fast enough, and its improvement will be an important mission for many decades to come. This applies to the vast majority of areas not only of inter-human, but also international relations. E-commerce, the protection of personal data, investment and antitrust legislation, protection of the quality of goods and services are just a few of the areas in which fundamental and large-scale reforms are to be carried out.

Prospects for further economic growth of both individual countries and the world as a whole are inextricably linked to legal regulation. Legal regulation should contribute to strengthening the economy and stimulating its main engines. Adequate and rational legislation should be aimed at ensuring the smooth functioning of market structures, entrepreneurship and commerce, protecting the rights of buyers and interests of the society, equality of market actors.

The solution of many of these problems can be found at adjacent areas of various legal systems. Many economically developed countries already 10.

THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FORUM

"MODERN PROBLEMS OF LAW AND ECONOMICS IN EUROPE AND ASIA" WILL GATHER PARTICIPANTS FROM MORE THAN 10 COUNTRIES.

Useful information:

  • Dates: September, 14 - 16,  2020
  • Venue: Zoom platform, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)
  • www.canneslegalforum.com 

The third international legal forum  "Modern problems of law and Economics in Europe and Asia" 14-16 September 2020

The legal forum "Modern problems of law and economy of Europe and Asia" will be organized for the third time in 2020. The forum will be the main legal forum bringing together experts in the field of law and Economics.

Following the forum, the main directions of the panel discussions will be prepared methodological and practical recommendations, proposals for improving global legislation.

Our Legal forum is

Science Commonwealth of Nations

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The forum participants from more than 10 countries (France , Germany , Italy , Russia, Switzerland, UK, Poland, Slovakia, India, China)

300 +

More than 300 questions for discussion

200 +

Unique exchange of experience of lawyers and economists

100 +

Among the participants are representatives of business, international organizations, science and education, representatives of public authorities, foundations and Associations

Our Speakers talk about the forum
Dr. Salvatore Mancuso
PhD in Comparative Law, University of Trieste, Vice-President (Events), member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL-AIDC), member of the African Society of International and Comparative Law, the Italian Association of Comparative Law (SIRD), founder of the Macao Association of Comparative Law.

Topic about: “The Chinese Legal Diplomacy Program and its Geo-political Implications”.
Dr. Kishore Singh
Former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education (India) (2010-2016), Ph.D. in international law (1977) from the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne).

Topic about: “Economic and educational issues and the legal framework for financing education”.
Marco Montanarini
Vice-President of the Russian-Asian Legal Association, lawyer (Italy).

Topic about. “Anti-dumping EU measures against China and possible legal actions to alleviate them and/or improve relationships between EU and China”
Dr. Christopher Samuel Hutchinson
Ph.D., Professor, Program Director for collaboration at the Higher School of Economics (Russia) and University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Topic about: “The Single Digital European market: a source of inspiration for the establishment of the Eurasian Common Digital Space?”
Stephan U. Breu
Honorary Professor, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Secretary General of the Swiss Centre for International Humanitarian Law (Zurich, Switzerland).

Topic about: “International law under attack by geostrategic tensions between the world’s leading nations”
Dr. Menno Aden
Dr. iur., President ret. of Lutheran. Church, former Professor at University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) in Essen; former lecturer in international law at University of Dortmund (Essen,
Germany).

Topic about: “The business language of the future: machine language translation and legal terminology”.
Dr. Diana Treščáková
Dr. jur., Professor of the Faculty of Law, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University (Kosice, Slovakia).

Topic about: “On some aspects of personal data protection in the european area”.
Alain Duflot
Legal expert, “Duflot &Partners” international legal practice, Professor at Jean Moulin Lyon III University. (Lyon, France).

Topic about “The attractiveness of French law in international trade”
Dr. Dariusz Gibasiewicz
Ph.D., attorney at law; Law Firm GIBASIEWICZ, Warsaw, Poland

Topic about “Human rights and taxation in Europe”
Marin A. Marinov
BSc, MSc, PhD, Professor of International Business Department of Business and Management Aalborg University (Denmark, England).

Topic about: "The Impact of Digitization: Challenges and Opportunities for Business"
Ignazio Castellucci
Avv. Prof. Ignazio Castellucci Patrocinante in Cassazione, PhD, FCIArb (Roma, Italy)

Topic about: “Global projection of China’s legal-economic model”
ORGANIZERS

Honorary Professor, Doctor of Law

Акция
Alain Duflot

Expert and world-class law practitioner

Honorary Professor, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

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Permanent General Partners and INFORMATION PARTNERS OF THE FORUM: 
The forum cooperates with leading universities and commercial companies in Europe and Asia
Grand Hotel
Transcreation
Swiss
Duflo
Heinrich
Eurispes
bcl
ebr
Law Firm GIBASIEWICZ
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