Professor Sir Alan Dashwood to Speak at UKAEL Event
The United Kingdom Association of European Law will be hosting it first autumn seminar on Wednesday 10th November: CJEU Jurisdiction, the Autonomy of the EU Legal Order and Arbitration.
The recent decision of the Grand Chamber in Case C-741/19 Republic of Moldova v Komstroy LLC, 2 September 2021, raises important questions concerning the CJEU’s jurisdiction, international agreements to which the EU is a party, the scope of EU law, the autonomy of the legal order and international arbitration. The CJEU drew heavily on its reasoning in Case C-284/16 Achmea, EU:C:2018:158, and extended it to the jurisdictional provisions of the Energy Charter Treaty.
Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC of Henderson Chambers will be one of the acknowledged experts discussing and debating the issues which will be of interest to all concerned with EU law and arbitration.
For further information please visit the UKAEL website [link here].