2015-05-19 at 09:53
Edited: 2015-05-19 at 09:55
Invitation to a guest lecture by prof. Hodges

Faculty of Law in Zagreb in association with Croatian Association for Mediation and Court of Honour of the Croatian Chamber of Crafts has the honor to invite you to a lecture 'Law and Corporate Behaviour Integrating Theories of Regulation, Enforcement, Compliance, Culture and Ethics'  by Prof. Ph. D. Christopher Hodges MA PhD FSALS Professor of Justice Systems, University of Oxford, Head of the CMS / Swiss Re Research Programme on Civil Justice Systems, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, Honorary Professor, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing on Friday, 22 May 2015 at 14:00 in the Hall of the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Trg m. Tita 14 / second floor. The lecture will be held in English, without translation.

More on the lecturer: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/profile/christopher.hodges

How should the EU regulate business behaviour? Is there a common approach that can apply to all business activities? Are the theories of deterrence and economic rational acting that underpin historical enforcement of private and public law in fact supported by empirical evidence? Should the general regulatory policy be based on sharing information (as in civil aviation and many market surveillance and vigilance systems, such as for medicines and workplace health and safety) and on ethical culture (said to be vital for the financial services sector)? Can regulators and ADR deliver redress more quickly than lawyers and litigation? What are the consequences of all this for redesign of liability and public law systems? What should the relationship be between courts, regulators, ADR and ombudsmen?

Andrea Ohnishi
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