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Cross-border Enforcement of Civil Law Claims: Simplified European Procedures

  • Pan-European legal seminar for court staff
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, 9 December 2021 – 10 December 2021

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If you register for the face-to-face event and due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are obliged to hold the event online-only, you will have the option either to switch to the online-only event or to cancel your participation at no cost..


The objective of this seminar is to offer training on the applicability of the EU legislative instruments in civil cases. The different Regulations simplifying the cross-border enforcement of civil claims will be presented and dealt with in a practice-oriented way at an introductory level, which makes it suitable for participants who have no prior or little experience in this field.

Key topics

  • Brussels I Regulation (recast)
  • European Enforcement Order
  • European Payment Order
  • European Small Claims Procedure


This training event is conceived as a workshop based on solving coherent case studies, thus ensuring the active involvement of participants and a continuous exchange of knowledge and best practice. The training materials have been developed by renowned EU experts and aim to aid court staff in actively applying the EU acquis in the area of Civil Justice.

Conditions of participation

  • Please note that the number of places available is limited.
  • Participants should have a working knowledge of English.
  • Accommodation: The participation fee includes hotel accommodation of maximum 2 nights at the hotel booked by ERA.
  • Travel: Participants will receive a significant contribution to their travel costs upon receipt of the original invoices, tickets and receipts. Participants are asked to arrange their own travel.

Who should attend?

Court staff from all EU Member States who need to apply EU law procedures to fulfil judicial or procedural functions.

The following functional definition applies: “personnel of a court – regardless of their formal title or education – who have certain judicial or procedural functions and need to apply EU law procedures to fulfil those functions”.

Please note that this seminar is not addressed to judges.

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