Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan
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@ 130th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2017)
Time: Saturday, June 3, and Sunday, June 4, 2017
Place: WINC AICHI #901 , at Aichi Prefectural Industrial Labor Center 9 F.,
  4-4-38 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City, 450-0002
 
130th Conference of the Private International Law Association of Japan (2017)
Saturday, June, 3
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09:30 - 10:00 Registration
Morning Session  10:00 - 12:10
Chair : S. WATANABE, Attorney at law
10:00
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12:10
(1) Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgment on Family Matters in China
Xi Feng, Graduate School of Law and Politics Osaka University
(2) The Special Provisions of Conflict of Laws in Arbitration Law
S. YAMAGUCHI, Attorney at law
Afternoon Session  14:00 - 17:20
Chair : T. HAYASHI, Doshisha University
14:00
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17:20
(3)An Introductory Study for Review on the Constitution of Inheritance in Conflict of Laws
Y.  KANEKO, Completed Doctoral Programs of Chiba University's Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
(4)A Study on History of International Law in Japan
M.  TANIGUCHI, National Institute of Technology, Asahikawa College
    *Tea/Coffee Break
(5)The Grand Council of State Proclamation No.103 of Meiji 6(1873)
   and the Evolution of the Japanese Private International Law
Y.  SAKURADA, Konan Law School
 
Sunday, June, 4
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09:15 - 9:30 Registration
Morning Session  9:30 - 11:40
Chair : T.  KANZAKI, Gakushuin University
9:30
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11:40
(6)Evasion of Law and Its Related Problems
N.  TADA, Seinan Gakuin University
(7)Application of Foreign Law and its Limit by public policy(ordre public)
     -Some Judgment in Germany-
F.  SATO, Meijo University
Afternoon Session  13:00 - 16:30
      Symposium
13:00
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16:30
(8)Japan's Attitude toward Conventions International Maintenance
K.  Aoki, Nanzan University
(9)Act on the Law Applicable to Maintenance Obligations Revisited
J.  YOKOYAMA, Seikei University
(10)Evaluation on the Forthcoming for International Jurisdiction on Maintenance Obligations
M.  MURAKAMI, Nagoya University
(11)Recognition and Enforcement of foreign maintenance orders and judgment
M.  IWAMOTO, Toyama University
Comment
A. IKEDA, Attorney at law
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