Sept. 15, 2020

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Radioscopie d'une notion : les "buts monumentaux" de la Compliance ("Radioscopy of a notion: the Compliance "monumental goals""), in "Les buts monumentaux de la Compliance" ("Compliance Monumental Goals")

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This colloquium co-organized between Laboratoire DANTE and the Journal of Regulation & Compliance (JoRC) inaugurates the 2021 series of colloquia devoted to the general theme of Compliance Monumental Goals. This first work will then be part of two books, Les buts monumentaux de la Compliance et Compliance Monumental Goals, which will be published in the Regulations & Compliance Series, co-edited by the JoRC and Dalloz.

 

Presentation of the colloquium Thematic: To understand the notion of "Monumental Goals", it is firstly necessary to take crossed perspectives on them, particularly through the prism of Labor Law, Environmental Law and Enterprise Law. Many questions appear. Does the notion of “Monumental Goals” present any substance in Law? Is it uniformly understood, or do specificities appear, forged by specific cultures and disciplinary practices? What are the sources and implicit references or echoes? Because even if we admit the part of novelty, there is undoubtedly an anchoring in traditional legal concepts, like the general interest or sovereignty. How does the shift from meta-legal (prima facie introduced by the concept) to legal take place, and where do any operational difficulties lie when legal actors are called upon to act? The question of a possible categorization of "Monumental Goals" will thus be explored, through these three legal disciplines whose historicity, goals and implications for firms differ.  

These reflections allow to ask why and how these "Monumental Goals" are developed. Indeed, what is the relevance of the association of "Monumental Goals" and Compliance? Beyond theoretical considerations relating to the meaning of Law, is this really an effective alloy encouraging companies to behave differently? By what ways? These questions arise in particular with regard to the imperatives of legal certainty and the operative nature of the concept. The question of "Monumental Goals" will thus be explored by the operational actors of compliance, both those who act within companies and those who act from the lato sensu State sphere, for understanding whether this notion is a pure rhetoric figure or constitutes a particularly promising lever for the evolution of market behavior.

Notably with : 

  • Christophe André, maître de conférences à l'Université Paris - Saclay (lecturer at the Paris-Saclay University)
  • Guillaume Beaussonie, professeur à l'Université Toulouse-1-Capitole (law professor at Toulouse-1-Capitole University)
  • Regis Bismuthprofesseur de droit à Sciences po, Paris (law professor at Sciences po Paris)
  • Marie-Emma Boursierdoyen  de l'Université Paris - Saclay (dean of the Paris-Saclay University)
  • Muriel Chagny, professeur l'Université Paris - Saclay, directrice du Laboratoire Dante (Professor at the Paris-Saclay University, director of the Laboratory Dante)
  • Marie-Anne Frison-Roche, professeur à Sciences po (Paris) (Professor at Sciences Po Paris)
  • Isabelle Gavanon, avocate à la Cour d'Appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)
  • Emma Guernaoui, ATER à l'Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas (ATER at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University)
  • Dominique Heintz, avocat à la Cour d' appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)
  • Christian Huglo, avocat à la Cour d' appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)
  • Dominique de La Garanderieavocat à la Cour d'appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal) 
  • Anne-Valérie Le Fur, professeur à l'Université Paris - Saclay (Professor at Paris-Saclay University)
  • Anne Le Goff, secrétaire générale adjointe d'Arkéa (Assistant Secretary general at Arkéa)
  • Roch-Olivier Maistre, président du Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (President of the French audiovisual regulation authority)
  • Marie Malaurie, professeur à l'Université Paris-Saclay (professor at the Paris-Saclay University)
  • Jérôme Marilly, avocat général à la Cour d'Appel de Paris (General attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)
  • Benoît Petitmaître de conférences (HDR) à l'Université Paris-Saclay, vice-président à l'Université Paris - Saclay (lecturer at the Paris-Saclay University) 
  • Jean-François Vaquieri, Secrétaire Général d'Enedis (Secretary General of Enedis)

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Read a detailed presentation below:

 

The « Monumental Goals » of Compliance Law:

Radioscopy of a notion

 

This manifestation will be in French, but the book based on it will be published in English

 

Under the scientifique direction of

Christophe André, Marie Malaurie and Benoît Petit

 

Inaugural colloquium of the cycle of colloquia around the general theme 

Compliance Monumental Goals

 

Friday 22nd of January 2021, Paris, from 9 am to 6.30 pm

 

9 am – 9.10 am. Foreword by Marie-Emma Boursier, doyen  de l'Université Paris - Saclay (Dean of Versailles-Saint-Quentin Law Faculty)

 

9.10 am – 9.25 am.  Introductive words by Muriel Chagny, directrice du Laboratoire Dante (Director of Dante Laboratory)

 

I- THE INTERESTS CONCERNED BY MONUMENTAL GOALS: CROSSED LOOK

Presidency of Benoît Petit, maître de conférences à la Faculté de droit de Versailles-Saint-Quentin, vice-président de l’Université de Saclay (senior lecturer at Versailles-Saint-Quentin Law Faculty, Vice-President of Saclay University) 

To understand the notion of "Monumental Goals", it is firstly necessary to take crossed perspectives on them, particularly through the prism of Labor Law, Environmental Law and Enterprise Law. Many questions appear. Does the notion of “Monumental Goals” present any substance in Law? Is it uniformly understood, or do specificities appear, forged by specific cultures and disciplinary practices? What are the sources and implicit references or echoes? Because even if we admit the part of novelty, there is undoubtedly an anchoring in traditional legal concepts, like the general interest or sovereignty. How does the shift from meta-legal (prima facie introduced by the concept) to legal take place, and where do any operational difficulties lie when legal actors are called upon to act? The question of a possible categorization of "Monumental Goals" will thus be explored, through these three legal disciplines whose historicity, goals and implications for firms differ.  

 

9.30 am - 10.45 am. "Monumental Goals" with regard to the interests concerned into the firm

  • The organization of the monumental goals of labor relations law: a shifting and often paradoxical whole, by Benoît Petitmaître de conférences à la Faculté de droit de Versailles-Saint-Quentin, vice-président de l’Université de Saclay (senior lecturer at Versailles-Saint-Quentin Law Faculty, Vice-President of Saclay University) 

 

  • Anne-Valérie Le Furprofesseur à l'Université Paris - Saclay (Full Professor at Paris-Saclay University)

 

  • In the Enterprise, relations between Compliance and Monumental Goals in social  relations,by Dominique de La Garanderieavocat à la Cour d'appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal) 

 

10.45 am - 11 am. Coffee Break

 

11 am - 12.45 pm. "Monumental Goals" with regards to interests concerned beyond the firm

  • Under what conditions could Climate Law constitute a priority monumental goal for Compliance?, by Christian Hugloavocat à la Cour d' appel de Paris (Attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)

 

  • Monumental Goals and Market Law, by Marie Malaurieprofesseur à l'Université Paris-Saclay (full Professor at the Paris-Saclay University)

 

  • Monumental Goals in supplier - distributor relations, by  Dominique Heintzavocat à la Cour d' appel de Paris (attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)

 

  • Compliance Monumental Goals: complement or competitors to the notion of Public Interest?, by Emma Guernaoui, Montpellier University 

 

  • The Ambiguous Relations between Compliance and Sovereignty, by Regis Bismuthprofesseur de droit à Sciences po, Paris  (full law professor at Sciences po Paris)

 

II- THE OUTLINES OF THE MONUMENTAL GOAL NOTION: WHAT UTILITY? 

 

These reflections allow to ask why and how these "Monumental Goals" are developed. Indeed, what is the relevance of the association of "Monumental Goals" and Compliance? Beyond theoretical considerations relating to the meaning of Law, is this really an effective alloy encouraging companies to behave differently? By what ways? These questions arise in particular with regard to the imperatives of legal certainty and the operative nature of the concept. The question of "Monumental Goals" will thus be explored by the operational actors of compliance, both those who act within companies and those who act from the lato sensu State sphere, for understanding whether this notion is a pure rhetoric figure or constitutes a particularly promising lever for the evolution of market behavior.

 

2.30 pm - 4 pm. First round table: "Monumental goals perceived by the firm: serene business or business under pressure?

Round table animated by Christophe Andrémaître de conférences à l'Université Paris - Saclay (senior lecturer at the Paris-Saclay University)

  • Anne Le Goffsecrétaire générale adjointe d'Arkéa (Deputy Secretary general at Arkéa)
  • Jean-François VaquieriSecrétaire Général d'Enedis (Secretary General of Enedis)
  • Isabelle Gavanonavocate à la Cour d'Appel de Paris (Attorney before the Paris Court of Appeal)

 

4 pm - 4.20 pm. Coffee Break 

 

4.20 pm - 6 pm. Second round table: "Monumental Goals" used by public authorities 

Round table animated by Guillaume Beaussonieprofesseur à l'Université Toulouse-1-Capitole (full law professor at Toulouse-1-Capitole University)

  • Jérôme Marillyavocat général à la Cour d'Appel de Paris (Advocate General before the Paris Court of Appeal)
  • Roch-Olivier Maistreprésident du Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (President of the French Audiovisual Regulatory Authority)

 

6 pm. Synthesis of the works and conclusive words by Marie-Anne Frison-Rocheprofesseur à Sciences po (Paris) (Full Professor at Sciences Po Paris)

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