PRELIMINARY AGENDA

  • 2nd International Conference on
    Transport and Insurance Law

    INTRANSLAW 2017 ZAGREB

     

    TRANSPORT LAW TOWARDS THE FUTURE

     

    Business Centre Forum, Zagreb, Croatia

    October 12-13, 2017

     

     

    LOGISTICS AND MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT

     

    1. Frans van Zoelen (invited lecture), Head Legal Department, Port Authority Rotterdam (NL) „The Port Services and Transparency Regulation and other Essentials for the Tool Kit of a Port Counsel“ (working title)
    2. Dr. Simone Carrea, Universita di Studi di Genova, (IT) „The managment and organisation of cross-border transportation services through the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC): from theory to practice“
    3. Julia Hörnig, University of Bayreuth (DE) „The liability on the transhipment during a multimodal transport “

     

    PRESENT AND FUTURE OF LAND TRANSPORT

     

    1. Frank Jost (invited lecture), Policy Officer, Single European Rail Area, Mobility and Transport , European Commission „Fourth Railway Package“ (working title)
    2. Dr. Nikola Popović, Member of the Council, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries – HAKOM (HR) „Vertical integration in railways: pro et contra“
    3. Dragica Flam, Nataša Oliva Prgeša, Kristijan Solina, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries – HAKOM (HR) „ Liberalization of Railway Freight Transport“
    4. Margita Selan Voglar, Transport Insurance Director, Zavarovalnica Triglav d.d. Ljubljana (SI) „Fraud traps for carriers and measures to prevent them“

     

    DIGITALISATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN TRANSPORT

     

    1. Eric Louette (invited lecture), Advisor on Freight and Logistics, Intelligent Transport Task Force, French Ministry of Transport/Ministry for an Ecological and Solidary Transition (FR) – „Digital Transport&Logistics Forum”
    2. Jana Rodica, M. Sc., Managing Director, Van Ameyde Jadran (HR) „The Cyber future of Marine Risk and Insurance“
    3. Dr. Jan De Bruyne, Jochen Tanghe, University of Ghent (BE) „Software in charge-liability and self-driving cars“
    4. Dr. Elena Orru’, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (IT) „The electronic bill of lading in the international sale of goods“
    5. Dr. Zvonimir Šafranko, University of Zagreb Faculty of Economics and Business (HR) „On the Regulatory Models for Introduction of the Electronic Bill of lading in Croatian Law“

     

    NEW ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN MARITIME TRANSPORT & MARINE INSURANCE

     

    1. Darko Vrkljan, Director, Reinsurance and International Corporate Clients Department, Allianz Zagreb d.d. (HR) „Insurance Act 2015 – what’s in there for marine community?“
    2. Dr. Marija Pijaca, University of Zadar, Marine Department (HR) „Freight Insurance in Charter Parties – Solutions Provided by National Legislation and Institute Clauses”
    3. Ceren Cerit Dindar, Swansea University, Wales (UK) „The extent of the shipowner’s right to affirm the charter following early redelivery of the vessel“
    4. Dr. Slađana Aras Kramar, Dr. Aleksandra Maganić, University of Zagreb Faculty of Law (HR) „Some Aspects of Maritime Arbitration in Croatian, English and German Law“
    5. Aspasia Konstantina Karampetsou, Erasmus University Rotterdam, (NL)„The main legal issues in the shipment and transport of dangerous goods by sea under English Law and International Carriage by Sea Conventions“

     

    SHIP AND AIRCRAFT FINANCE, SHIPBUILDING, ENFORCEMENT OF CLAIMS IN TRANSPORT AND SHIPPING

     

    1. Vivian van der Kuil (invited lecture), Lawyer, Transport & Energy, AKD Benelux Lawyers, Rotterdam (NL) „EU Trans-Border Arrest“ (working title)
    2. Dr. Juan Pablo Rodriguez,Carlos III University Madrid (ES) „Does the shipping industry need a maritime protocol to the Cape Town Convention? Key issues maritime law-related“
    3. Zoran Tasić, Brodosplit d.d. Split (HR) „Ship aquisition, pre-delivery and post-delivery finance“
    4. Dr. Mišo Mudrić, University of Zagreb Faculty of Law (HR) „Shipbuilding Contract – A Versatile legal Framework“
    5. Lawrence Dardani, barrister-partner, Dardani Studio Legale, Genova (IT) „The Liability of Makers“
    6. Dr. Iva Savić, University of Zagreb Faculty of Law (HR), Danijela Simeunović, Attorney at Law, Kovačević, Prpić, Simeunović Law Firm (HR)Securing Financing and Lease of Aircraft in Croatia in the light of Cape Town Convention
    7. Ana Vrsaljko Metelko, Attorney at Law, Žurić and partners Law Firm (HR)„Enforcement over an aircraft and over the vessel – same rules before and some new ones after initiation of a bankruptcy procedure“

     

    LEGAL ISSUES RELATED TO PORTS OF NAUTICAL TOURISM*

     

    1. Sanja Ljubetić (invited lecture), ACI d.d. (HR) – “Construction of buildings and other infrastructure objects in the ports of nautical tourism”
    2. Maja Bosnić Tabain, (invited lecture), Director, Department of Claims in Marine, Aviation, Transport and Credit Insurance, Croatia Insurance Plc. (HR) „Marina Operator’s Liability Insurance in Croatian Business Practice with a Focus on the Topical Legal Issues” 
    3. Mićo Ljubenko, Attorney at Law, Ljubenko and partners Law Firm (HR) „Marina operator’s liability“
    4. Dr. Vesna Skorupan Wolff, dr. Adriana Vicenca Padovan, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Adriatic Institute (HR)Are there any elements of the contract of custody in the marina operators’ contracts of berth?
    5. Dr. Božena Bulum, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Adriatic Institute (HR) „Prohibited Agreements of Competitors on prices and their Particularities in the Marina Case in the Republic of Croatia“
    6. Dr. Adriana Vincenca Padovan, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Adriatic Institute (HR)„Arrest of a yacht in a Croatian court for the purpose of securing a marina operator’s claim“

    * Organised within the Installation Research Project DELICROMAR (11-2013-3061) financed by the Croatian Science Foundation  HRZZ_logo_tekst

     

    FUTURE OF PASSANGERS’ TRANSPORT LAW

     

    1. Prof. Maria Victoria Petit Lavall, Director, University Institute for Transport Law, Jaume I Castellón University, Dr. Achim Puetz, Universitat Jaume I (ES)„Fierce or Unfair Competition in the Road Passenger Transport Sector?“
    2. Prof. Cinzia Ingratoci Scorciapino, University of Messina (IT) „Models of regulation for transport services in the European liberalized market: local public transport in Italy“
    3. Dr. Simone Lamont-Black (invited lecture), University of Edinburgh Law School (UK) „Scots courts on budget airline practices: jurisdiction, care and compensation“
    4. Prof. Maria Piera Rizzo, University of Messina, Messina (IT) „Passenger liability insurance for air carriers in Italian, International and European Union Law“
    5. Dario Klasić, University of Leiden Faculty of Law, International Institute of Air & Space Law; University of Cologne Faculty of Law (DE) „Developing Liability Issues in International Air Transportation”
    6. Olena Bokareva, Lund University (S) „EU Passenger and Travel Law: Shaping the International Regime on Carriage of Passengers“
    7. Prof. Dorotea Ćorić, Dr. Iva Tuhtan Grgić, University of Rijeka Faculty of Law (HR)„Rights of persons with disabilities and reduced mobility in Croatian transport law“
    8. Martina Prpić, Attorney at Law, Tomislav Sadrić, Law Trainee, Kovačević, Prpić, Simeunović Law Firm, Zagreb, Hrvatska (HR) „Openness of Croatian regulatory framework to innovations in passenger road transport“

     

    SINGLE MARKET IN TRANSPORT AND COMPETITION LAW ISSUES

     

    1. Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Herrmann (invited lecture), Director, German Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services (GE) – “The Single European Sky – Concepts, Assumptions and Legends”
    2. Dr. Mirta Kapural (invited lecture), Croatian Competition Agency – AZTN (HR)„Case RYANAIR/AER LINGUS: A merger trying to become a reality and the issue of minority shareholdings“
    3. Prof. Maria B. Lekakou (invited lecture), Department of Shipping. Trade and Transport, University of the Aegean (GR) – Liberalisation of maritime markets: the Greek case
    4. Prof. Pedro Callol, Callol, Coca and Asociados Law Firm (ES) „Antitrust Damages Claims Under EU and National Law: A Transportation Sector Focus“
    5. Ana Kapetanović, Croatian Civil Aviation Agency (HR) „Sixth Freedom: Flying under the Regulatory Radar?“
    6. Marko Stilinović, Dino Gliha, Čačić and Partners Law Firm (HR) „Code Sharing Agreements and Competition Protection in the European Union“