After 22 years on the EFTA Court bench, 15 of them as President, I decided to enter private practice. I bring with me broad experience in European and international law in action, and I am very familiar with the intricacies of the legal systems of many European countries.
Dispute resolution after Brexit – the EFTA Court or something else?
Keynote, Hertford College, University of Oxford, 25 September 2018 (I. Record; II. Difficult birth, troubled youth and tough adult life; III. Structure, independence and working methods; IV. The backbones of the EEA Agreement; V. The EFTA Court’s approach to economic law; VI. A new second Court in Europe?)
How consistent is the policy of promoting an open market economy with free competition?
Keynote speech. European Competition Day of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU, Vienna, 24 September 2018.
La reciprocità – il principio più complesso nel diritto SEE
Liber Amicorum in onore di Antonio Tizzano, Giappichelli Editore 2018, 73 ff.
After Brexit: Is the EEA/EFTA an option for the UK?,
Advokatfirmaet Schjødt, Oslo, 30 May 2018.
From the EEA to the Hanseatic League 2.0?
University of Oslo, Institute of Private Law, in cooperation with FIDE Norway, 30 May 2018.
Fosen-Linjen: How much market and how much mercantilism in public procurement?
NHO Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise Procurement Conference 2018, 29 May 2018, Oslo.
Giving evidence to the House of Commons
7 February 2018, at 10.45 evidence on dispute resolution after Brexir to the Exiting the European Union Committee of the UK House of Commons.
Brexit in Context: What Does ‘Docking’ Mean?
University College London, 7 February 2018.The session will be chaired by Caroline Wilson. Director (Europe) in the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.