Cycle of colloquia 2021 around Compliance monumental goals
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This scientific manifestation is placed under the scientific direction of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, Pascale Idoux, Antoine Oumedjkane and Adrien Tehrani. It is organized by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) and by the Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique de l'Université de Montpellier (Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes Administratives de Montpellier and Centre du Droit de l'Entreprise).
This manifestation is part of the cycle of colloquia organized in 2021 around the general topic of Compliance Monumental Goals.
The interventions will give rise to the production of articles which will be part of the books Les bus monumentaux de la Compliance and Compliance Monumental Goals which will be published in the Series Regulations & Compliance, coedited by the JoRC and Dalloz for the French version and by the JoRC and Bruylant for the English version.
This manifestation will take place on Zoom on 17th of May 2021.
Assistance to this event may be validated as part of the continuing education of lawyers.
In addition, scientific videos will be extracted and disseminated later.
Presentation of the topic: In the overall problematic of "Monumental goals", this conference retains a particular case: that of the crisis and the emergency situation that it generates.
First of all, in general, does the importance of public norms in the emergency context engendered by a crisis situation imply a marginalization of Compliance? Don't private actors also have their place in these circumstances, at the service of the "monumental goals" that the public authorities want to maintain, or even which appear specifically?
Secondly, more concretely, we have been living for many months in a health crisis. By taking it as a framework and, within it from particular cases, how public and private actors react, act, adjust? and how do the courts assess these movements?
Going from the most general to the most specific, this conference aims to identify criteria, limits, of what could be specific rules when the emergency of a crisis meets Compliance, and will examine specific situations.
Working method: The conference is therefore built on a general issue, which was the subject of a "working paper", written by Antoine Oumedjkane, Adrien Tehrani and Pascale Idoux, on which the speakers will have thought in advance and from which they are intended to study the question from their particular perspective.
The conference, which is essentially interactive, therefore begins with an outline of the main lines of this general work. It is followed by the examination of concrete practical cases.
They are as follows:
1️⃣ hydroalcoholic gel, its manufacture, price, availability,
2️⃣ information and regulation on all media in Covid period
3️⃣ the use of the bicycle during the state of health emergency
A first conclusion, thematically limited, will relate to Revealed by the crisis situation, the place of private initiative in Compliance Law.
A second, more general, undoubtedly open-ended conclusion is drawn from this confrontation between general reflection and concrete cases which must be resolved in a particular crisis.
⤵️Read a more detailed presentation of the manifestation below:
PUBLIC NORMS AND COMPLIANCE IN TIME OF CRISIS :
MONUMENTAL GOALS PUT TO THE TEST
17th of May 2021, from 2pm to 6.30pm
Live Broadcasting on Zoom
Coorganized by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC), the Centre de Recherche et d'Etudes Administratives of Montpellier University and the Centre de Droit de l'Entreprise of Montpellier University Law School
under the scientific direction of Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, Pascale Idoux, Antoine Oumedjkane et Adrien Tehrani.
2pm. Welcome words by Guylain Clamour, Dean of Montpellier Law School
2.05pm. Introductive words by Pascale Idoux, Professor at Montpellier University
I. THE SHOCK BETWEEN PUBLIC NORMS AND COMPLIANCE IN TIME OF CRISIS
2.15pm. Presentation of the general hypothesis of the article elaborated for the colloquium by Adrien Tehrani, Professor at Montpellier University and member of the Centre du Droit de l'Entreprise (Company Law Center) and Antoine Oumedjkane, Researcher of the Centre de recherche et d'études administratives (Research and Administrative Studies Center) of Montpellier University
II. CASE-BY-CASE TESTS OF THE SHOCK BETWEEN PUBLIC NORMS AND COMPLIANCE IN TIME OF CRISIS
3pm. The test of hydroalcoholic gel
3.45pm. The test of health information in the course of a health crisis
4.30pm. The test of the bicycle
5.15pm : General discussion around the three examinated cases
III. GENERAL THINKINGS ON THE SHOCK BETWEEN PUBLIC NORMES AND COMPLIANCE IN TIME OF CRISIS
5.30pm. The place of entrepreneurs in the creation and effectiveness of Compliance Law in the event of a crisis, by Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, agrégée des Facultés de droit, Professor of Regulation and Compliance Law at Sciences Po (Paris) and Director of the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC)
6pm. General conclusions, by Jean-Bernard Auby, Emeritus Professor of Sciences Po (Paris)
6.30pm. End of works.