Conference on Long Term Contracts - Private and Public Law Perspectives – University of Copenhagen

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Conference on Long Term Contracts - Private and Public Law Perspectives

Long-term contracts are important tools to secure productivity and welfare in today’s society. However, they give rise to complex legal questions since they on the one hand tend to ensure stable business conditions and on the other hand must allow a flexible adaptation of the contract's content to ever-changing circumstances. Long-term contracts are creating the basis for services of public or semi-public character and are therefore to a large extent governed by detailed regulation. This calls for Contract Law to reflect on the basic rules of performance and liability in a private-public context.

CEVIA invites practitioners and academics to participate in an opening conference for a new research unit on private-public enterprise liability where key problems of today´s long term contracting will be discussed.

Thursday 6 June 2013 11:00-18:00

Faculty of Law, Studiegaarden 3rd floor, Meeting room 02-3-44 (staff canteen), Studiestraede 6, DK-1455 Copenhagen K

Registration deadline: Monday 27 May 2013, 24:00 at the latest. Registration form (closed).

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Conference fee / Dinner:
The Conference is free of charge but if you would like to participate in the dinner afterwards you have to pay 600,00 DKK per participant.

All questions concerning registration should be addressed to Birgit Jacobsen, e-mail: