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Completed Projects

Rescue of Business in Insolvency Law

In its decision of 3 September 2013, the ELI Council accepted the project proposal as a project to be carried out under the auspices of the ELI. Professors Stephan Madaus, Bob Wessels and Dr. Kristin van Zwieten were appointed as...

Detention of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants and the Rule of Law

The ELI Statement on Detention of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants and the Rule of Law was approved by the ELI Council on 6 September 2017, which marked the conclusion of the Project.

Prevention and Settlement of Conflicts of Exercise of Jurisdiction in Criminal Law

In its decision of 8 January 2013, the ELI Council accepted the project proposal as a project to be carried out under the auspices of the ELI. Professors André Klip, Katalin Ligeti and John Vervaele were appointed as project...

From CESL to the Digital Single Market

The ELI Statement on the European Commission's Proposed Directive on the Supply of Digital Content to Consumers [COM (2015) 634 final] was approved by the ELI Council on 7 September 2016, which marked the conclusion of the...

ELI Statement on Collective Redress and Competition Damages Claims

In its decision of 3 September 2013, the ELI Council accepted the project proposal as a project to be carried out under the auspices of the ELI. The Statement was approved by the Council on 12 December 2014.

Statement on EU Copyright Rules

On 5 December 2013 the European Commission announced a Public Consultation on the review of the EU copyright rules. In response, on 10 January 2014 the ELI Council decided that the Institute should issue a Statement in the...

Statement on the Proposal for a Common European Sales Law

The Working Party of the ELI, chaired by the Council member Lord John Thomas, has examined the European Commission’s Proposal for a Regulation establishing a Common European Sales Law (CESL). Consequently, the ELI published a...

ELI Statement on "Case Overload at the European Court of Human Rights"

Since the single, permanent European Court of Human Rights (“the Court”) was set up under Protocol No. 11 to the European Court of Human Rights in 1998, the Court has not been able to dispose of cases at the same pace as they...