After Brexit: Is the EEA an Option for the UK?

Annual lecture, King's College Centre of European Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, in co-operation with King’s Forum in International Dispute Resolution

Professor Sir Francis Jacobs QC, King’s College London in the Chair

Thu 13 Oct 2016 at 18.30, London, United Kingdom

Improving working methods in international adjudication - A perspective from the EFTA Court


Brexit, EFTA und EWR

Spezialveranstaltung des Schweizerischen Instituts für Auslandsforschung, 20. September, 18.30 Uhr
Universität Zürich, Rämistrasse 71, Aula, KOL-G-201.

Brexit implications for Japanese corporations

Keidanren - Japanese Business Federation, 1 September 2016, Tokyo

Protection of IP rights under the EEA Agreement - an option after Brexit?

Lecture at Rouse Law Firm Shanghai, 24 August 2016, 17 h.

Business operators before the EFTA Court

NHO - Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise, 6 June 2016.

What is the EEA Agreement about?

EFTA Court Spring Conference, 3 June 2016.

Uniform Liability Standards for the Private and the Public Sector – Lessons from the Hypo Alpe Adria Debacle

EMBL-HSG Alumni Meeting in Vienna 27 May 2016

23rd St. Gallen International Competition Law Forum

Founded in 1994, the St.Gallen International Competition Law Forum ICF has firmly established itself as one of the leading events on competition law.
High-ranking speakers inform about and debate on the current trends in European and International Competition Law. The Forum is the annual meeting point for more than 200 participants from the practicing bar, the business world, public authorities, academia, and the judiciary. The two-day event distinguishes itself from other competition conferences not only by its quality and its reputation, but also by the “je ne sais quoi” of its supporting program.

Homogeneity - Reciprocity – Proportionality. Three fundamental principles of EEA law

Lunch-time speech at the EFTA Surveillance Authority in Brussels, 12 May 2016.