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Access to justice and restrictive measures in the context of the Common Foreign and Security Policy - The Rosneft case

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Veranstaltung: Montag, den 29. Mai 2017, 15:00 - 19:30
Ort: Campus Weicker, room B001
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
L-2721 Luxembourg

Presentations by

Prof Francette Fines (University of La Rochelle)

La crise ukrainienne vue de Luxembourg : droits fondamentaux des Etats versus droits fondamentaux des personnes

Prof Sara Poli (University of Pisa)

The Turning of Non-State Entities from Objects to Subjects of EU Restrictive Measures afterRosneft

Prof Graham Butler (Aarhus University)

Common Foreign and Security Policy through a Preliminary Reference: A Jurisdictional Dilemma

Dr Elise Daniel (PhD, University Paris 1)

Objectifs et compétences de l’Union européenne : Les audaces des Avocats Généraux dans le contexte des mesures restrictives

Discussion with

Prof Allan Rosas (Judge, Court of Justice of the European Union)

Prof Isabelle Bosse-Platière (University of Rennes)

Prof Federico Casolari (University of Bologna)

Prof Peter Van Elsuwege (Ghent University)

Dr Stanislas Adam (Legal Secretary, Court of Justice of the European Union)

Dr Mauro Gatti (University of Luxembourg)


Prof Eleftheria Neframi (University of Luxembourg)


Judicial protection is a core EU value, but in the field of Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice is limited. In theRosneftcase, the Court interpreted extensively the scope of its jurisdiction with regard to restrictive measures in response to actions of Russia to destabilise the situation in Ukraine, holding that it can give preliminary rulings on the validity of a CSFP act providing for sanctions against individuals and entities or impacting on other EU policies. The round table will address the important legal issues raised in the context of EU restrictive measures, such as judicial review of CFSP acts, EU security objectives, Member States’ enforcement powers, discussing the impact of theRosneftjudgment.

Link: Please register via Eventbrite
Daten: Invitation for Workshops - The Rosneft case - 29.05.2017.pdf 388,67 kB