Small Claims Analysis Net


Dear all, The Tax and Law Department at HEC Paris would like to invite you to the Online Workshop “Implementation issues and best practices in the European Small Claims Procedure Regulation (ESCP)” On Tuesday, March 31st 2020, From 16:00 to 18:30   You may register and consult the programme of the event at http://bit.ly/scan_hec . Registered participants will receive by e-mail additional information to join this online event...

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SCAN project has been presented at IRIS 2019 Salzburg [Full paper]. The efficiency and improvement of the judicial systems of the Member States have always represented one of the main aims of the European Union. During Eighties and Nineties European Commission started pilot projects in: Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal and Ireland. Every Member State had its own procedure: that’s why intermediate measures were...

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ADICONSUM’s Scan presentation

ADICONSUM’s Scan presentation


Posted on Mar 20, 2020 in News

Small Claims Analysis Net project aims at making the European Small Claims Procedure very fast, efficient and understandable especially for consumers. That’s why ADICONSUM (Associazione Italiana Difesa Consumatori ed Ambiente) is part of the SCAN Consortium. Adiconsum is a consumer organization founded in 1987 promoted by CISL’s trade union with above 63.000 members. It is a nationwide organization with local and regional offices...

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ESCP helps Italian tourists

ESCP helps Italian tourists


Posted on Mar 11, 2020 in News

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, hundreds of flights to and from Italy have been cancelled. Passengers will of course obtain the reimbursement of the ticket, but they may also be entitled to compensation, which according to EU regulation 261 of 2004 ranges from 250 to 600 euros depending on the length of the route. Compensation is automatic if the company gives less than 14 days’ notice; nevertheless, passengers may...

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SCAN project proudly presents its own panel at “Insert Law to Continue” conference, which will be held at University of Naples ‘Federico II’, on September, the 12th and the 13th. This panel will be chaired by PhD Marco Giacalone from Vrije Universiteit Brussels and the speeches by Francesco Giuseppe Sacco, Irene Abignente, Roberto Pusceddu, Federica Pinto, Paola Ruggieri and Giovanni Di Stasio are planned. Here...

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The Law Department of the University of Naples, in collaboration with the Municipality of Naples, is pleased to invite you to the international conference “Insert Law to Continue“, where the SCAN project will have a specific focus. Anyone who wants to submit a paper is welcome; here the call of paper: https://www.insertlawtocontinue.eu/english-version The conference will be held on September 12-13. For further information,...

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Questionnaires about ESCP


Posted on Feb 12, 2019 in News

Have you ever used the European Small Claims Procedure? SCAN project aims to deeply analyze the issues related to the European Small Claims Procedure, introduced by EU Regulation 2007/861. That’s why those who have used this procedure are invited to answer to these questionnaires, according to the stakeholders’ category they belong, in order to provide sharp feedbacks about the functioning of ESCP. UNINA Questionnaire for...

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As part of the new edition of the International Legal Informatics Symposium IRIS, now in its 22nd edition, the SCAN project will be discussed with the intervention of Dr. Francesco Romeo, Dr. Marco Giacalone and Mr. Giovanni Di Stasio; here is the abstract of the contribution: “The European Small Claims Procedure is one of the most important tools provided by European Union, in order to decrease judicial litigation and make the...

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SCAN project has been presented at IGF Italy 2018, on November, the 6th, 2018 at the panel “La giustizia tramite Internet. Strumenti avanzati per la decisione e l’enforcement dei diritti”. Internet Governance Forum was established by the Secretary of United Nations in 2006, in order to create a place of confrontation and debate about Internet policies, such as its sustainability, its security, its stability and its...

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