The EU Regulation no. 650/2012: the European way in cross-border successions

Munich, 23 June 2015


9:00 – 9:30 – Welcome coffee 
9:30 – 11:15 – Seminar

General Greetings
Stephan Lorenz, dean of the Faculty of Law of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU), Munich

Peter Kindler, professor of Private International Law and Comparative Law at the Institute for International Law, LMU Munich
Ilaria Viarengo, professor at the Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies, Univerity of Milan
The Choice of the Applicable Law in the EU Regulation 

Dan Andrei Popescu, professor of Private International Law at the "Babeş-Bolyai” University of Cluj, and civil law notary                                                                                                                
Proximity and predictability under European Succession Regulation. The EU Regulation with reference to third countries and the UK. Habitual residence in notarial practice

Francesco Pesce, assistant professor in International Law, University of Genoa 
Practical Perspective on EU Rules on Jurisdiction in Succession Matters

Questions and answers - first part
11:15-11:30 – Coffee break 

11:30-13:30 – Seminar

Anna Reis,  student assistant at the Institute of International Law, LMU Munich 
Matrimonial property in international succession cases

David Paulus, research assistant at the Institute of International Law, LMU Munich 
The destiny of company shares in international succession cases

Lorenzo Prats Albentosa, professor in Civil Law at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona 
The relation between the European Certificate of Successions and similar national certificates

Questions and answers - second part
13:30 – 14:30 – Lunch break 

14:30 – 17:30 – Best practices exchange 
Moderating  - Carmelo Di Marco, civil law notary in Pavia and President of Federnotai

Daniele Muritano, civil law notary in Empoli, TEP - Introducing and presenting four practical cases 

The speakers of the morning session discuss on selected practical cases.