Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan
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@ 129th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2016)

Time: Saturday, June 4, and Sunday, June 5, 2016
Place: Bldg. 4- 3e (#431,432), at Nagoya Congress Center, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya 456-0036
       

129th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2016)
Saturday, June, 4
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09:30 - 10:00 Registration
Morning Session  10:00 - 12:10
Chair : Y. NAKANISHI, Kyoto University
10:00
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12:10
(1) Comity in Modern Times: Study on the Voluntary Cooperation between Legal Orders
S. KATO, Nagoya University
(2) Application of the Unknown Foreign Law
H. ITO, Nagoya University
Afternoon Session  13:40 - 17:00
Chair : Y. ODA, Nihon University
13:40
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17:00
(3)Party Autonomy in International Family and Succession Law
N. KOIKE, Doshisha University
(4) The Restrictive Approach of the Hague Child Abduction Convention] Its limits and potential
M. KITADA, Kyorin University
    *Tea/Coffee Break
(5) International Jurisdiction in Matters of Parental Responsibility on Occasion of the Divorce Proceeding
N. KITASAKA, Fukuoka University
 
Sunday, June, 5
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09:15 - 9:30 Registration
Morning Session  9:30 - 11:40
Chair : Y. HAYAKAWA, Rikkyo University
9:30
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11:40
(6)On the applicable law to the copyright infringement on the Internet ] From the standpoint of the principle of law of the country of origin ?
S. NOMA, Teikyo University
(7)Practical issues of an Arbitration Procedure (from commencement of procedure to execution)`Focusing on offset`
Y. MURAKAMI, Attorney at law/Kansai University
Afternoon Session  13:00 - 16:30
      Symposium : Private International Laws in East Asia: Present and Future
Coordinator: N. TAKASUGI, Doshisha University
13:30
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17:00
(8) Introduction
N. TAKASUGI, Doshisha University
(9)Introduction of Detailed Rules of International Adjudicatory Jurisdiction in Korea:
Proposed Amendment of the Private International Law Act
Jan  Kwang Hyun SUK, School of Law, Seoul National University
(10)Chinese Private International Law: Evolution and Issues
D. YOKOMIZO, Nagoya University
(11)Current state and issues of private international law in Taiwan
Chia-Fang Ho, Soochow University
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