1 EN/FR GENERAL ASSEMBLY / ASSEMBLEE GENERALE UNIDROIT nd session / 72 ème session A.G. (72) 2 prov. REV. Rome, 5 December 2013 Original: English/French Rome, 5 décembre 2013 Original: anglais/français July/juillet 2013 Item No. 4 on the Agenda: Election of the Governing Council's members for the period 2014 / 2018 (Memorandum prepared by the UNIDROIT Secretariat) Point No. 4 de l ordre du jour: Election des membres du Conseil de Direction pour la période 2014 / 2018 (Note préparée par le Secrétariat d UNIDROIT)
2 1. By Note Verbale addressed to the Embassies of UNIDROIT member States in Italy, dated 15 January 2013 (refce: 16/GA), the Secretariat informed member States that the General Assembly will, at its 72 nd session which will be held in Rome in late November/early December 2013, be called upon to appoint the members of the Governing Council, pursuant to Article 6(3) of the Statute, for the quinquennium 2014/2018. By the same Note Verbale, the Secretariat invited the Governments of member States to submit the names of candidates for appointment to the Governing Council. 2. In accordance with past practice, the Secretariat has prepared a list of the candidatures received as of 8 July 2013 (reproduced in Appendix I), which will be supplemented by further lists as and when additional candidatures are received, together with their curricula vitae, in the UNIDROIT working language in which they have been received by the Secretariat (reproduced in Appendix I I). A list of the current members of the Governing Council, with the year when they were first elected to the Governing Council, is set out in Appendix III. 3. It should be noted that neither the UNIDROIT Statute nor the Regulations set a time-limit for the submission of candidatures. Experience nevertheless shows that lateness in the submission of a candidature tends seriously to undermine the chances of such a candidate being elected. 4. As indicated in the aforementioned Note Verbale, the appointment of the members of the Governing Council is governed by Article 7 of the Regulations. Wherever the number of candidates put forward exceeds the 25 seats to be filled on the Governing Council, an election will take place by secret ballot (Article 7(3)) in accordance with the rules of procedure established by Article 7(6) and (7). Under Article 7(6), the first four candidates to be appointed on this secret ballot shall be those candidates having secured the highest number of votes from each of the four geographic regions into which the membership of UNIDROIT is divided as defined in Article 7(7), namely Africa, the Americas, the Asia-Pacific region and Europe. Under Article 7(6), the remaining 21 seats on the Governing Council shall be filled by those of the other candidates having secured an absolute majority of votes 1 on this secret ballot and should the number of candidates thereby elected be lower than the number of seats to be filled, a second ballot shall be held among the remaining candidates, with those obtaining the highest number of votes being elected 2. 1 That is to say one-half plus one of the member States present and casting a vote. In this connection, it should be borne in mind that, under Article 16(7) of the Statute, no member State which is more than two years in arrears with the payment of its statutory contribution to the UNIDROIT Budget is entitled to vote in the General Assembly. Such States will not, therefore, be regarded as counting towards the absolute majority referred to in Article 7 of the Regulations. As of 8 July 2013, the following member States would not, barring regularisation of their position in this regard by the time of the 72 nd session of the General Assembly, be entitled to vote in the General Assembly under Article 16(7) of the Statute: Bolivia, Cuba, Iraq, Nicaragua. 2 Each member State represented at the 72 nd session of the General Assembly and having the right to vote at such session may vote for up to, but not more than, twenty-five candidates on the first ballot and, in the event of a second ballot proving necessary, for a number of candidates equal to or less than the number of seats not filled on the first ballot.
3 1. Par Note Verbale adressée aux Ambassades des Etats membres d UNIDROIT en Italie en date du 15 janvier 2013 (réf.ce: 16/GA), le Secrétariat a informé les Etats membres que l Assemblée Générale sera appelée, à sa 72 ème session qui aura lieu à Rome fin novembre ou début décembre 2013, à nommer les membres du Conseil de Direction, conformément à l article 6(3) du Statut organique, pour la période 2014/2018. Par ladite Note Verbale, le Secrétariat a invité les Gouvernements des Etats membres à soumettre des candidats à la nomination au Conseil de Direction. 2. Conformément à la pratique habituelle, le Secrétariat a préparé une liste des candidatures reçues au 8 juillet 2013 (reproduite en Annexe I), qui sera complétée par les éventuelles nouvelles candidatures au fur et à mesure de leur réception. Les curricula vitae des candidats sont reproduits, dans la langue de travail d UNIDROIT dans laquelle ils ont été envoyés au Secrétariat, en Annexe II. La liste des membres actuels du Conseil de Direction figure en Annexe III, avec mention de l année de leur première élection au Conseil. 3. Il convient de noter que ni le Statut organique d UNIDROIT, ni le Règlement, ne pose de délai limite pour présenter une candidature. L expérience a montré cependant que la présentation de candidatures à un stade avancé peut compromettre sérieusement les chances des candidats concernés d être élus. 4. Comme la Note Verbale l indique, la nomination des membres du Conseil de Direction est régie par l article 7 du Règlement. Si le nombre de candidats est supérieur aux 25 sièges que compte le Conseil de Direction, il sera procédé à une élection au scrutin secret (article 7(3)) conformément aux règles de procédure établies par l article 7(6) et (7). En vertu de l article 7(6), les quatre premières nominations sont réservées aux candidats qui obtiennent le plus grand nombre de voix pour chacune des quatre régions géographiques dans lesquelles les Etats membres d UNIDROIT sont regroupés. L article 7(7) indique ces régions, à savoir l Afrique, les Amériques, la région Asie-Pacifique et l Europe. En vertu de l article 7(6), les 21 sièges restants du Conseil de Direction sont attribués à ceux parmi les autres candidats qui obtiennent la majorité absolue des voix 1 lors de ce scrutin secret et si le nombre de ceux qui ont obtenu cette majorité est inférieur au nombre des nominations à faire, on procède à un second tour parmi les candidats qui n ont pas été élus au premier tour; sont alors élus ceux qui auront réuni le plus grand nombre de voix. 2 1 C est-à-dire la moitié plus un des Etats membres présents et votants. Il faut cependant tenir compte du fait que, en application des dispositions de l article 16(7) du Statut organique, aucun Etat membre en retard de plus de deux ans dans le versement de sa contribution statutaire au budget d UNIDROIT n a le droit de voter à l Assemblée Générale. Ces Etats ne sont donc pas considérés comme pouvant être comptés pour la majorité absolue visée à l article 7 du Règlement. Au 8 juillet 2013, les Etats membres suivants ne pourraient pas, à moins de régulariser leur situation à cet égard avant la 72 ème session de l Assemblée Générale, prendre part au vote à l Assemblée Générale en vertu de l article 16(7) du Statut organique: Bolivie, Cuba, Iraq, Nicaragua. 2 Chaque Etat membre représenté à la 72 ème session de l Assemblée Générale et ayant le droit de vote à cette session, peut voter au premier tour pour un nombre inférieur ou égal à vingt-cinq candidats, et au deuxième tour, s il y a lieu, pour un nombre de candidats inférieur ou égal au nombre de sièges restant à pourvoir après le premier tour.
4 2. UNIDROIT A.G. (72) 2 prov. Rev. CANDIDATURES RECEIVED AS OF 8 JULY 2013 / CANDIDATURES REÇUES AU 8 JUILLET 2013 APPENDIX I ANNEXE I Mr Jalal Ahmed ARABI (Nigeria /Nigéria) Ms Stefania BARIATTI (Italy / Italie) Mr Radu Bogdan BOBEI (Romania / Roumanie) Mr Hans-Georg BOLLWEG (Germany/Allemagne) Ms Nuria BOUZA VIDAL (Spain/Espagne) Ms Baiba BROKA (Latvia/Lettonie) Mr B. Bahadır ERDEM (Turkey / Turquie) Mr Henry D. GABRIEL (United States of America/Etats-Unis d Amérique) Mr Arthur S. HARTKAMP (Netherlands/Pays-Bas) Ms Monique JAMETTI (Switzerland/Suisse) Mr Hideki KANDA (Japan/Japon) Mr Miklós KIRÁLY (Hungary/Hongrie) Mr Alexander S. KOMAROV (Russian Federation/Fédération de Russie) Mr Antti T. LEINONEN (Finland/Finlande) 3 Mr LYOU Byung-Hwa (Republic of Korea/République de Corée) Mr José Antonio MORENO RODRIGUEZ (Paraguay) Mr Jan Lambert NEELS (South Africa/Afrique du Sud) Ms Monika PAUKNEROVÁ (Czech Republic/République tchèque) Mr Wojciech POPIOŁEK (Poland/Pologne) Mr Jorge SÁNCHEZ CORDERO (Mexico/Mexique) Ms Rachel SANDBY-THOMAS (United Kingdom/Royaume-Uni) Mr Álvaro SANDOVAL BERNAL (Colombia/Colombie) Ms SHI Jingxia (People's Republic of China/République populaire de Chine) Mr Spyridon VRELLIS (Greece/Grèce) Mr Daniel TRICOT (France) Mr Roger WILKINS (Australia/Australie) 3 Official candidate of the four Nordic member countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland/ Candidat officiel des quatre pays membres nordiques: Danemark, Finlande, Norvège et Suède.
5 APPENDIX II ANNEXE II CURRICULA VITAE OF THE CANDIDATES PUT FORWARD FOR ELECTION TO THE GOVERNING COUNCIL AT THE 72 nd SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY (as of 8 July 2013) CURRICULA VITAE DES CANDIDATS PROPOSES A L ELECTION AU CONSEIL DE DIRECTION LORS DE LA 72 ème SESSION DE L ASSEMBLEE GENERALE (au 8 juillet 2013)
6 Jalal AHMAD ARABI, fwc (Nigeria) Objective: Experience: To be developed and contribute. June 2007-date - The Presidency, Abuja State House Counsel Head of Legal Unit, ( State House Counsel) January 2003-June Ministry of Defence, Abuja. Deputy Director (Parastatals/Special Services) Head of the Para/Special Services Division in charge of Armed Forces foreign training, Bilateral and Multilateral relations with other nations and Organizations, on Military, Civil-Military Relations, Security and Intelligence matters. December 2000 January 2003 Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja Assistant Director (Rail) General administration of railway matters and policy. May 1993-December 2000 OSGF - The Presidency, Abuja Legal Adviser to Secretary to the Government of The Federation. Advising and participating in both Legal and Administrative matters, including Policy implementation. Defending and representing the Presidency on judicial and quasi-judicial bodies. Attending Joint Intelligence Board (JIB) and other Security Meetings. August 1990-March Federal Ministry of Agriculture/Water Resources, Abuja. Legal Officer and Personal Assistant to the Honourable Minister. December 1989-August Bauchi State Water Board, Bauchi Secretary/Legal Adviser and Head of Administration. January 1987-December 1989 Manto Processing Ltd., Bauchi Secretary/Legal Adviser and Head of Administration January 1986-January Ministry of Justice, Bauchi Senior State Counsel. July 1985-January Ministry of Justice, Bauchi State Counsel Some Ad-hoc Duties: Member Inter-Agency Committee for the final relocation and settlement of Public officers in Abuja Member Inter-Ministerial Committee on the drafting of Terms of Reference and Procedures for the Ad-hoc Constitutional Bodies (Transition Committee, Constitutional Conference Committee etc.) 1994
7 - ii - Member Inter-Agency Committee on the reorganization and repositioning of the Trade Unions and Affiliate Associations Assistant Secretary Panel on Review of Judiciary and Police /5. Member Nigerian Legal Team on Bakassi Member Sub-Committee on International Criminal Court (ICC) Member Nigerian delegation to the UN Human Rights Committee, Geneva Member Ministerial Committee on the re-assessment of Railway and repositioning of the Rail Transport Project Member Ministerial Committee on the reorganization of the Military Pensions Board Member Ministerial Committee on the re-evaluation and!re-assessment of bilateral military assistance to Defence Personnel Member Inter-Agency Panel on the clash between Nigeria Airforce and Nigeria Police Personnel Chairman Ministry of Defence Anti-Corruption Unit Member Presidential Committee on Financial Action Task Force 2009 date Education : 2006 Diploma in Security Policy 2005 National War College, Abuja, - Fellow of War College (fwc) 1984 Council of Legal Education, Lagos, BL 1980 University of Jos, Jos. LL.B (Hons) 1978 College of Arts and Science, Bauchi. (IJMB Certificate) Government Secondary School, Gombe (WASC and Testimonial) Islamiyya Primary School, Jos. (First Leaving School Certificate) Courses, Seminars, Workshops, Symposia: Attended several both at home and abroad, including those at: Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, (Legal Drafting); ASCON, (Management) 1993 University of Maryland, (Negotiations) 1990 Jesus College, Cambridge, (Economic Ethics and Etiquette) 1996 World Bank Institute, (Public-Private Partnership) 2000 Institute for Higher Defence Studies, Paris, (Counter-Terrorism) 2003 Africa Centre for Strategic Studies, (Seminar on Strategy and Command) 2004 Geneva Centre for Security Policy, (Security Policy) 2006 Marshall Center for Security Studies, Germany, (Counter-Terrorism) 2006 Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California, (Civil-Military Relations) 2005
8 - iii - Kofi Anan Centre, Ghana (Media in Development) 2005 Harvard Business School, (Negotiations for Development) 2010 RIPA, UK (Management) etc., 2011 Membership of Associations Nigerian Bar Association, International Bar Association. Languages Spoken: Interests: English, Hausa, Fulani and little Arabic. Reading, traveling, meeting people and voluntary services. Some Publications: Degree thesis and Research Project for the award of FWC. Place and Date of Birth: Jos, October 28, State of Origin and Religion: Gombe State, Islam. Marital Status: Married.
10 Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Since November 2010 Member of the board of directors Managing the foundation TECNOMED foundation of the University of Milan-Bicocca (nuclear medicine) At San Gerardo Hospital, Via Pergolesi 33, Monza, Italy Health, scientific research Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Since April 2010 Member of the board of directors Managing the foundation CNDPS Centro di Prevenzione e Difesa Sociale onlus Piazza Castello Milan, Italy Reasearch Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Since April 2012 Member of the Experts Group of the European Commission on the revision of Regulation (EC) No 1346/2000 on insolvency proceedings Legal advice European Commission DG Justice EU institution Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates Since September 2012 External legal counsel to a European Parliament Group on the proposal for a regulation on a Common European Sales Law Legal advice European Parliament Brussels EU institution ACADEMIC CARRIER Dates Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Jean Monnet Chair on EU Private International Law Teaching courses and disseminating results University of Milan, School of Law Education Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates November 1997 October 2002: Full professor of EU Law and EU Competition Law Rector s delegate for the Erasmus/Socrates Programme Teaching, researching in the field of International Law, Private International Law and EU Law University of Milan-Bicocca, School of Law Piazza dell Ateneo Nuovo, Milan, Italy Education Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Page 2/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI Dates November 1998 October 2002: Director of the Master in EC competition and international contracts law Organising the Master course, teaching For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
11 Name and address of employer Type of business or sector University of Milan-Bicocca, School of Law Education Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates November 2000 October 2002: Member of the board of directors Managing the University University of Milan-Bicocca Education Dates November 1999 October 2000: Director, Department of legal studies on National and European Institutions (Dipartimento giuridico delle istituzioni nazionali ed europee) Managing the Department University of Milan-Bicocca, School of Law Education Dates November 1994 October 1997: Full professor of EU Law and International Law Rector s delegate for the Erasmus/Socrates Programme Teaching, researching in the field of EU Law and International Law University of Sassari, Faculty of Political Sciences Education Dates November 1996 October 1997: Member of the board of directors, University of Sassari Managing the University University of Sassari Education Dates November 1993 October 1995: Lecturer, University of Genoa, School of Law Lecturing in International Law University of Genoa Education Dates November 1992 October 1993: Lecturer, University of Milan, Faculty of Political Science Lecturing in International Law University of Milan Education Dates November 1983 October 1994: Research assistant, University of Milan, Faculty of Political Science Research assistant in International Law and Private International Law University of Milan Education Page 3/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
12 Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates 2006 OTHER TEACHING ACTIVITIES Visiting Professor of EC Private International Law Lecturing University of Toulouse (F) Education Dates Director of the Public International Law and EC Law section of the Master in International Affairs organised by ISPI-Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale and by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Organising the course, lecturing ISPI, Via Clerici 2, Milan, Italy Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Palazzo della Farnesina, Roma Education Other Lecturing in many seminars and courses (See Annex B) Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector CARRIER IN PRIVATE PRACTICE Dates September 2002 December 2006 Senior Associate, Chiomenti Studio Legale Lawyer, counselling on EC and national Competition Law, Private International Law, International Commercial Law. Chiomenti Studio Legale, Milan-Rome-Brussels-London-New York-Beijing-Shanghai-Hong Kong Law Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates January 2007 May 2013 Partner, Chiomenti Studio Legale Lawyer, Head of Competition, EU and International Law Department, Managing partner of the Brussels office Legal assistance to clients on EU and Italian competition law, international insolvency law, international litigation and arbitration Chiomenti Studio Legale, Milan-Rome-Brussels-London-New York-Beijing-Shanghai-HongKong Legal services Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Page 4/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI ACTIVITIES IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS Dates Member of the Italian delegation to the Hague Conference of Private International Law, sessions on the protection of adults (1999), the law applicable to securities ( ), maintenance obligations ( , member of the drafting committee), and of the Commission on General Affairs and Policy (2002) Chairperson of the Commissions of the Hague Conference on Private International Law on the Law applicable to Certain Rights on Securities held through an Intermediary and Head of the Italian Delegation (2002). Negotiation of international treaties For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
13 Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Italian Ministry of foreign affairs Diplomacy OTHER ACTIVITIES Dates Occupation or position held Member of the Board of Directors and Vice-President ( ) President (2000) Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Management of the association, organisation of annual conference European Law Faculties Association - E.L.F.A., Brussels Education Occupation or position held Main activities and responsibilities Name and address of employer Type of business or sector Dates 2005 External Legal Expert of the European Parliament, DG for Internal Policies, Citizens Rights and Constitutional Affairs, on judicial cooperation in civil matters Counselling and providing opinions on future EC acts in the field of judicial cooperation in civil matters European Parliament, DG for Internal Policies, Citizens Rights and Constitutional Affairs Legal counsel EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES ACADEMIC JOURNALS Dates Since 1985 Member of the Editorial Board of the Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale Dates Since 2009 Member of the Scientific Board of Cuadernos de derecho transnacional Dates Since 2013 Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Private International Law Member of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Antitrust Review Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Nottingham Insolvency and Business Law e- Journal (NIBLeJ) MEMBERSHIPS Member, GEDIP-EGPIL, Groupe Européen de Droit International Privé-European Group on Private International Law Member, Institute of World Business Law (ICC, Paris) Member, International Insolvency Institute Member, International Academy of Comparative Law Member, INSOL Europe and INSOL Europe Academic Forum Member, International Law Association Member, International Bar Association Member, Italian Society of International Law Member, European Law Institute Associate, Centre for Private International Law, University of Aberdeen Associate, Fondazione Marisa Bellisario Associate, Professional Women Association Education and training Page 5/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
14 Title of qualification awarded Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Name and type of organisation providing education and training Level in national or international classification Dates March 1979 Graduation (laurea) Law University of Milan n.a. Personal skills and competences Mother tongue(s) Italian Other language(s) English, French, German, Spanish, Russian Self-assessment Understanding Speaking Writing European level (*) Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production English Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent French Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent German Very good Excellent Very good Very good Good Spanish Very good Excellent Good Good Poor Russian Good Good Good Good Poor (*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Page 6/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
15 Prof. Avv. Stefania BARIATTI LIST OF PUBLICATIONS Private International Law (general issues and national rules) - L interpretazione delle convenzioni internazionali di diritto uniforme, Padoa, 1986, pp. XVI Legge 31 maggio 1995 n. 218, Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato, Commentario, Le nuove leggi civili commentate, 1996, pp (editor). - Nuovi strumenti del diritto internazionale privato New Instruments of Private International Law Nouveaux instruments du droit intenational privé, Liber Fausto Pocar, G. Venturini and S. Bariatti (eds), Milano, L efficacia delle sentenze in materia civile e commerciale ai sensi della convenzione italo-tedesca del 1936, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1981, pp L ambito attuale della convenzione italo-francese sulla efficacia delle sentenze in materia civile e commerciale e la sua applicazione giurisprudenziale, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1983, pp Intervention, in Problemi di riforma del diritto internazionale privato italiano, Proceedings of the Congress held in Rome, 1-2 June 1984, Consiglio Nazionale del Notariato, Milan, 1986, pp L influenza della legge uniforme Benelux sul diritto internazionale privato olandese in tema di illecito, in L unificazione del diritto internazionale privato e processuale, Studi in memoria di Mario Giuliano, Padoa, 1989, pp The Last Decade Interpretation of International Maritime Conventions by Italian Case Law, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1990, pp Commentary on articles 64-68, in Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato: legge 31 maggio 1995 n Commentario, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1995, pp , and in F. Pocar, T. Treves, S.M. Carbone, A. Giardina, R. Luzzatto, F. Mosconi, R. Clerici (eds.), Commentario del nuovo diritto internazionale privato, Padoa, 1996, pp Commentary on Article 1, in S. Bariatti (ed.), Legge 31 maggio 1995 n. 218, Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato, Commentario, in Le nuove leggi civili commentate, 1996, pp Commentary on Article 2, in S. Bariatti (ed.), Legge 31 maggio 1995 n. 218, Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato, Commentario, in Le nuove leggi civili commentate, 1996, pp Commentary on Article 56, in S. Bariatti (ed.), Legge 31 maggio 1995 n. 218, Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato, Commentario, in Le nuove leggi civili commentate, 1996, pp Commentary on Article 74, in S. Bariatti (ed.), Legge 31 maggio 1995 n. 218, Riforma del sistema italiano di diritto internazionale privato, Commentario, in Le nuove leggi civili commentate, 1996, pp Riflessioni sul riconoscimento delle sentenze civili e dei provvedimenti stranieri nel nuovo ius commune italiano, in Collisio legum, Studi di diritto internazionale privato per Gerardo Broggini, Milan, 1997, pp Intervention, in La riforma del sistema di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, Milan, 1997, pp Efficacia di sentenze ed atti stranieri, in G. Cian and A. Trabucchi (eds.), Commentario breve al codice civile 5 th ed., Padoa, 1997, pp Internet: Aspects relatifs aux conflits de lois, in Le droit au défi d Internet, Actes du Colloque de Lausanne, Genève, 1997, pp , and Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1997, pp Le norme generali della legge n. 218 e le convenzioni internazionali applicabili «in ogni caso», in F. Salerno (ed.), Convenzioni internazionali e legge di riforma del diritto internazionale privato, Padoa, 1997, pp Page 7/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
16 - Sentenza straniera, in Digesto-IV ed., Disc. priv., sez. civ., XVIII, Turin, 1998, pp Intervention, in Le nuove tecnologie dell informazione, Proceedings of the XVI French- Italian Legal Seminars held in Courmayeur, June 1999, Milan, 2000, pp Quale modello normativo per un regime giuridico dei trasporti realmente uniforme?, in La disciplina del trasporto di cose: presente e futuro, Proceedings of the Round-Table held in Genoa, 2-3 February 2001, Il diritto marittimo, 2001, pp Commerce électronique: logique transfrontière vs. droits nationaux, AIDA - Annali italiani del diritto d autore, della cultura e dello spettacolo, XI, 2002, pp Internet. III) Diritto internazionale privato e processuale, in Enciclopedia giuridica Treccani, Aggiornamento, vol. X, Rome, 2002, pp La compétence internationale et le droit applicable au contentieux du commerce électronique, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2002, pp The Hague Conference on Private International Law, in The Global Community, Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, 2, 2002, pp The Hague Securities Convention: Introductory Remarks, in A. Bonomi, E. Cashin Ritaine, B. Volders (eds.), La loi applicable aux titres intermédiés : la Convention de La Haye du 13 décembre 2002 Une opportunité pour la place financière suisse?, Zürich, 2006, pp L applicazione del D. lgs. n. 231/2001 a società estere operanti in Italia: il caso degli istituti di credito e degli intermediari finanziari, Diritto del commercio internazionale, 2006, pp Violazione di norme antitrust e diritto internazionale privato: il giudice italiano e i cartelli, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2008, pp , and Proprietà e controllo dell impresa: il modello italiano, stabilità o contendibilità?, Atti del Convegno di Courmayeur, 5-6 ottobre 2007, Milano, 2008, pp Le azioni collettive dell art. 140-bis del Codice del consumo: Aspetti di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2011, pp Sulla riforma degli articoli 25 e 57 della legge n. 218/95, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2011, pp Riflessioni sull applicazione extraterritoriale delle norme relative ai servizi finanziari: dal caso Morrison al Dodd-Frank Act e oltre, in Diritto del commercio internazionale, fasc. 2/2012, Studi in onore di Sergio M. Carbone, Milan, 2012, pp EU Private International Law - Casi e materiali di diritto internazionale privato comunitario, Milan, Casi e materiali di diritto internazionale privato comunitario, 2 a ed., Milano, 2009, pp. XXXIV Cases and Materials on EU Private International Law, Oxford, 2011, pp. xciii Sull interpretazione dell'art. 17 della convenzione di Bruxelles del 27 settembre 1968, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1986, pp Prime considerazioni sulla convenzione di Lugano del 16 settembre 1988 sulla giurisdizione e l esecuzione delle sentenze, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1989, pp L entrata in vigore per l Italia della convenzione di Donostia-San Sebastiano sulla giurisdizione e l esecuzione delle sentenze, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1992, pp La Corte di Cassazione italiana e la convenzione di Bruxelles del 1968, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 1992, pp What are judgments under the 1968 Brussels Convention?, Rivista di diritto internazionale privato e processuale, 2001, pp La cooperazione giudiziaria in materia civile: dal terzo pilastro dell Unione europea al titolo IV del trattato CE, Il Diritto dell Unione europea, 2001, pp ; and A. Tizzano (ed.), Il Trattato di Nizza, Milan, 2003, pp Page 8/14 - Curriculum vitae of Stefania BARIATTI For more information on Europass go to European Communities,
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