Recent and Pending Cases at the CJEU on Direct Taxation, 16-18 November 2017
At this conference, we examine and discuss cases on the interpretation of the fundamental freedoms in respect of direct taxation that are currently pending at the CJEU or have recently been decided. We not only intend to analyse pending cases and their importance to the EU Member States and third countries, but also shed light on CJEU decisions which had been recently decided and discuss their background and relevance for the future. The cases and their background will be introduced to the audience by keynote speakers. Participants are then expected to comment briefly on how the judgments will influence the domestic law of their respective home countries, how possible judgments might be implemented into the national legal systems or if there will be no need for legal adjustments at all. Therefore, we ask all participants to procure an in-depth preparation of the relevant cases from the point of view of the domestic law of their home countries.
The conference starts on 16th November 2017 with a welcome reception. The working sessions will be held all day on 17th and 18th November 2017 at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business). The participation fee for the conference is EUR 1,200.--. A waiver of the participation fee may be granted to professors and other researchers who are employed at a university or other academic institutions (wherever located) and have been engaged in research activities in International/European tax law.
If you are interested in attending this conference, please send us the application form as soon as possible, stating whether you would like to register as a regular participant or apply for a waiver of the participation fee. Please send your applications via e-mail to Julia Macrory (firstname.lastname@example.org)