Small Claims Analysis Net


On 26 May 2020, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) held an online seminar on ‘Implementation of the European Small Claims Procedure (ESCP) in Belgium: Opportunities and Challenges’. This online event was organised and hosted by Dr. Marco Giacalone, Prof. Gina Gioia, PhD candidate Sajedeh Salehi and Prof. Paul De Hert, as part of a series of activities for the Small Claims Analysis Net (SCAN) project. The main objective of this...

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On the 19 February 2020, the Dissemination Workshop “European Small Claims Procedure – European procedure for the resolution of cross-border small claims”; took place as part of the European project SCAN – Small Claims Analysis Net -. The event was promoted by the Department of Enterprise and Management of the LUISS University of Rome within the European project SCAN – Small Claims Analysis Net –...

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On 7 May 2020 the webinar “European Small Claims Procedure: the Italian experience” took place within the European project SCAN – Small Claims Analysis Net. The event, sponsored by the LUISS University of Rome and organized by PhDs Irene Abignente and Rita Tuccillo, aimed at promoting and disseminating the European Small Claims Procedure (ESCP), so that it becomes a valid and effective resolution tool for legal...

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On May 20th, a webinar about EU Small Claims Procedure was organised at VU Faculty of Law within the frame of SCAN (Small Claims Analysis Net) project. Event was moderated by Assoc. Professor Rimantas Simaitis. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vigita Vėbraitė presented the main aims and rules of the EU Regulation  No 861/2007. Researcher Milda Markevičiūtė gave overview of the SCAN project and its main findings. Judge of Vilnius district court Igoris...

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As part of the SCAN project activities, the VUB team is organizing the webinar on the: ‘Implementation of the European Small Claims Procedure in Belgium: Opportunities & Challenges” This online seminar will be held through a Zoom meeting on 26 May, from 16:00 to 17:20. Registration link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=qHxbaagtRUWi2kLQN4TlhWCmWToiPztHgZitPuD9RJBUMUlBNkc4SlBIUUlUVVcyWllEVVdDMTkxTC4u Here...

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On  May 4th 2020, the webinar “European Small Claims Procedure – European procedure for the resolution of cross-border small” was held as part of the European project SCAN – Small Claims Analysis Net -. The event was promoted by the Department of Enterprise and Management of the LUISS University of Rome within the European project SCAN – Small Claims Analysis Net – within the Private Law course held...

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On May 7, 2020 from 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. will be held the seminar organized by Luiss within the SCAN Project entitled “European Small Claims Procedure: l’esperienza italiana”. It will be a focus on the Italian experience on ESCP, which will involve several stakeholders from judges to lawyers. The seminar will take place on the LUISS webex platform, to participate you can access:...

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SCAN live on Youtube

SCAN live on Youtube


Posted on Apr 7, PM in News

The SCAN project presents its new YouTube channel dedicated to the Small Claims procedure. On this channel you will find all the activities organised by the consortium. In fact, the lectures and seminars organised by the SCAN project will be uploaded in video format directly on the website. These will help everyone to understand the more complex aspects of the procedure and to solve the related practical issues. The first video is...

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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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