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How to Handle Court Proceedings

Invoking Non-compliance with the EU Industrial Emissions Directive
  • Workshop for judges
Event fully booked!

, 23 September 2019 – 25 September 2019
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Event number:
419DV121

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Event fully booked!


Objective

The goal of this two-and-a-half-day workshop is to develop understanding on the key legal aspects of EU law on industrial emissions and to exchange views among judges from various Member States regarding this topic.

Emphasis will be given to the presentation and the analysis of the Industrial Emissions Directive as well as the new EU Directive on medium combustion plants.

By addressing the issues regarding industrial emissions and their relation to other environmental law instruments the workshop aims to facilitate the handling of future national court proceedings relating to this topic.

Key topics

  • Presentation and analysis of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)
  • Implementation of the IED
  • Large combustion plants
  • Best available technique (BAT) conclusions
  • Public participation in the framework of the IED Directive
  • Relevant CJEU case law
  • Preliminary ruling procedure
  • Case studies on the topics

Who should attend?

Judges from all EU Member States who are interested in environmental law and particularly in EU law on industrial emissions.


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Important note
No seminar fee. Participation on selection. Selected participants will receive a significant contribution to their travel and accommodation costs.

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Conference Organisers

Academy of European Law on behalf of the European Commission (contracting authority)

Kleoniki Pouikli

Assistant:
Laura König

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