Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan
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■  128th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2015)

Time: Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7, 2015
Place: The Azusa Ono Memorial Hall, B2F of Bldg. 27, at Waseda Campus of Waseda University, Tokyo
       

127th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2014)
Saturday, June, 6
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09:30 - 10:00 Registration
Morning Session  10:00 - 12:10
Chair : Y. NOMURA, Osaka University
10:00
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12:10
(1) Regarding Application of Foreign Procedural law
M. IWAMOTO, Toyama University
(2) The Function of the Party Autonomy of the Law Applicable to Consumer Contracts
M. HIZUME, Ritsumeikan University
Afternoon Session  13:40 - 17:00
Chair : H. SANO, Okayama University
13:40
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17:00
(3)The Material Time to Decide the Contrariety to ordre public in Private International Law
N. SIRAI, Osaka City University
(4) The Problems about Foreign Statute of Limitation of Action or Negative Prescription
Y. SATO, Kansai University
(5) Contemporary Role of the Theories of Universal Private International law
K. TAKESHITA, Hitotsubashi University
 
Sunday, June, 7
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09:30 - 9:50 Registration
Morning Session  9:50 - 12:00
Chair : K. DEGUCHI, Sophia University
9:50
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12:00
(6) The Law Applicable to Acts Restricting Free Competition
    -Suggestions from Discussions in EU and Switzerland-
K. NISHIOKA, Doshisha University
(7)Factors framing the theories of lex societatis
Y. KOHARI, Hiroshima University
Afternoon Session  13:30 - 17:00
      Symposium : Regional Economic Integration and Private International Law
Chair: S. HAYAKAWA, Tokyo University
Coordinator: Y. NISHITANI, Kyoto University
13:30
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17:00
(8) Uniform Sales Law and Private International Law
T.MORISHITA, Sophia University
(9)Corporations in European Private International Law – From Case-Law to Codification?
Jan  v. Hein, Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg (Germany)
    *Tea/Coffee Break
(10)Regulation and Private International Law
D. YOKOMIZO, Nagoya University
(11)The Principle of Recognition and Private International Law
T. HAYASHI, Doshisha University
    Discussion on the Subject
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