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Unilateral / extraterritorial sanctions

Du jeudi 12 décembre 2019 au vendredi 13 décembre 2019

Program

 

Thursday 12 December 2019

 

8h30 : Registration of Participants

9h00 : Welcoming Remarks and Introduction to the Conference

 

Mapping the Contemporary Practice of Unilateral/Extraterritorial Sanctions

Chair : Tanguy Stehelin, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

9h30 : The massive recourse to unilateral sanctions in contemporary world politics
Erica Moret, Graduate Institute Geneva

Articulating UN measures with unilateral sanctions
Jean-Marc Thouvenin, Paris Nanterre University

Purely unilateral measures: the mapping issue
Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont, PIL Advisory Group

11h00 : Coffee Break

 

The Challenge of Unilateral/Extraterritorial Sanctions to Overarching Principles of International Law

Chair : Pierre Bodeau-Livinec, Paris Nanterre University

 

11h30 : Unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions as a challenge to the theory of jurisdiction
Yann Kerbrat, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

Unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions as a challenge to the principle of sovereign equality of States
Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Oxford University

Unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions as a challenge to the law of international responsibility
Alexandra Hofer, Ghent University

 

13h00 : Lunch break

 

The Evolution of State Practice on Unilateral/Extraterritorial Sanctions from Strong Rejection to Partial Normalization

Chair : Evelyne Lagrange, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

 

14h30 : South Africa’s position and practice with regard to unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Hennie Strydom, University of Johannesburg

China’s position and practice with regard to unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Congyan Cai, Xiamen University

The EU’s position and practice with regard to unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Charlotte Beaucillon, Lille University

16h00 : Coffee Break

 

The Contemporary State Practice of Unilateral/Extraterritorial Sanctions from Activism to Helplessness

Chair : Nicola Bonucci, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

 

16h30 : The United States’ position and practice with regard to unilateral / extraterritorial sanctions
Zachary Goldman, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

The flaws of contemporary blocking statutes and regulations
Daniel Ventura, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

Possible multilateral remedies remaining a dead letter : exploring leads at the WTO and the OECD
Lena Chercheneff, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

18h00 : End

 

Friday 13 December 2019

 

Economic Operators’ Risk Mitigation Strategies and the Over-Implementation of Unilateral/Extraterritorial Sanctions

Chair : Régis Bismuth, Sciences Po Paris

 

9h30 : Economic operators risk mitigation strategies : the case of counter-proliferation unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Grégoire Mallard, Graduate Institute Geneva

The fall of the ABLV bank : articulating anti money-laundering and unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Ilze Znotina, Latvian Financial Intelligence Unit

(Over)compliance processes with regard to unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions : is there a way out ?
Emmanuel Breen, Lettres Sorbonne University

11h00 : Coffee Break

 

Defensive Strategies for Economic Actors : (Yet) Under-Exploited Human Rights Leads

Chair : Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

 

11h30 : Countering the adverse effects of unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions : from State’s populations to targeted individuals
Ioannis Prezas, Panthéon Sorbonne University

Is there a human right to entrepreneurship ?
Willem Bastiaan Van Bockel, Dutch Council of State

The right to be protected from criminal enforcement of extraterritorial sanctions (Huawei case)
Muriel Ubeda-Saillard, Lille University

 

13h00 : Lunch break

 

Defensive Strategies for Economic Actors: Business-Oriented Litigation Strategies

Chair : Arnaud de Nanteuil, Paris Est Créteil University

 

14h00 : Resisting from the bench : an overview of French and UK courts’ jurisprudence on unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Marjorie Eeckhoudt, Lille University

An arbitral perspective on unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions litigation
Eric de Brabandere, Leiden University

Using international investment law as a protection against the adverse effects of unilateral/extraterritorial sanctions
Sabrina Robert-Cuendet, Le Mans University

15h30 : Concluding Remarks
Hervé Ascensio, Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University

16h00 : Final get-together around coffee

 

 

Online registration : https://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/unites-derecherche/iredies/comply/


Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne University
Room 6
12 place du Panthéon
75005 Paris

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