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Beyond Uber: The sharing economy as a challenge for EU Law / Borders for EU Law

Location
Room 44 Somerset House New Wing
Category
Conference/Seminar
When
22/03/2018 (18:00-20:00)
Registration URL
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-uber-the-sharing-economy-as-a-challenge-for-eu-law-tickets-44100294167
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Beyond Uber: The sharing economy as a challenge for EU Law

ABSTRACT: The sharing, collaborative, peer (P2P), access, gig or on-demand economy has been termed as the absolute social, economic and legal disruption. An idea which started off as a communitarian, non-monetized, sharing project has grown into a fully monetized, vibrant and, occasionally, wildly capitalistic marketplace.

Vassili Hatzopoulos, Professor of EU Law and Policies, Panteion University, Athens Greece & Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges

Borders in EU Law

Lorenzo Schiano di Pepe, Jean Monnet Chair in International and European Law of the Sea, University of Genova

ABSTRACT: The status and the concept itself of borders under European Union law are currently under scrutiny due to a number of different dynamics, including the so-called migratory crisis and, more recently, Brexit. Since borders or, rather, the suppression thereof, have been a defining factor in the establishment and building up of European integration as a political process, it is particularly appropriate to have a look at some of the main legal implications that they raise after the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.

Lorenzo Schiano di Pepe, Jean Monnet Chair in International and European Law of the Sea, University of Genova

In the Chair: Takis Tridimas, Professor of EU Law, King's College London 18.00 -19.30 

The seminar will be followed by  a drinks reception

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