🏗️Cycle of Symposiums 2023 on Compliance Obligation
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► Full Reference: Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) and Law Faculty of Perpignan, Le juge face aux clauses et aux contrats de compliance (The Judge facing clauses and contracts of Compliance), Faculty of Perpignan, 7 April 2023.
🏗️This symposium takes place in the cycle of symposiums organised by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) and its partner Universities, focusing in 2023 on the general theme of Compliance Obligation.
► This symposium is organised by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) and the Law Faculty of the University of Perpignan.
This symposium is held in French.
🧮The event takes place in the premises of the University of Perpignan, on Friday 7 April 2023, from 9:00 to 18:30. It takes place in a hybrid way.
Presentation of the theme:
The Compliance obligation will increasingly take the form of contracts. This is because the texts unilaterally adopted by Public Authorities oblige economic operators to adopt clauses to give concrete form to the legal obligations of Compliance, for instance active prevention of corruption or effective vigilance in the value chain to avoid environmental or human rights violations. It also comes from the fact that companies, for many reasons, commit themselves to contribute to the efficacy achievement of the Monumental Goals of Compliance, with the contract being the most natural, balanced and flexible way to achieve this.
In this multiple contractual activity, which can manifest itself either in complete contracts, "compliance contracts", or in stipulations that more or less deviate from the regulations, the judge is never far away, because the judge is always, regardless of the legal system and the type of contract, active in this matter.
The general relationship between the Judge and Compliance Law has just been the subject of a series of symposiums and the publication of a book, La juridictionnalisation de la Compliance (Compliance Jurisdictionalisation, to be published in English). The aim here is to refocus the perspective on what happens when the judge is facing a contract that has Compliance issues at stake or, at the very least, contains Compliance stipulations.
The purpose of this symposium and the articles that will follow is to study this hypothesis, which is becoming more and more frequent and could become the standard.
🎤 Sarah Andjechairi-Tribillac, Senior lecturer at University of Perpignan
🎤 Jean-Baptiste Barbieri, Senior lecturer at University Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2)
🎤 Walid Chaiehloudj, Professor at Perpignan University
🎤 Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, Professor of Regulation and Compliance Law, director of the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC)
🎤 Thibault Goujon-Bethan, Professer at Lyon 3 University
🎤 Nicolas Ida, Senior lecturer at Aix-Marseille University
🎤 Hania Kassoul, Senior lecturer at Côte d'Azur University
🎤 Rebecca Legendre, Professor at Paris Nanterre University
🎤 Grégoire Leray, Professor at Côte d'Azur University
🎤 Yves Picod, Emeritus Professor at Perpignan University
🎤 Marc Segonds, Professor at Toulouse Capitole University
🎤 Sandrine Tisseyre, Professor at Toulouse Capitole University
🎤 Antoine Touzain, Professor at Rouen University
The proceedings of this colloquium will form the basis of a specific part in the books: