Webconference | Nexus and Jurisdiction in EU and International Tax Law (17/09/2020 -18/09/2020)

17 septembre 2020

18 septembre 2020

1st DAY : 14:00 PM to 18:30 PM AND 2nd DAY : 09:00 AM to 13:30 PM (CEST: UTC+02:00)

100 € (Free for participants with an academic background)

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WEB CONFERENCE  : “NEXUS AND JUSRISDICTION IN EU AND INTERNATIONAL TAX LAW”
(17/09/2020-18/09/2020)

It is our pleasure to announce that the Group for Research on European and International Taxation (GREIT) will hold its next Conference on the 17 and 18 September 2020.

The topic of this event will be Nexus and Jurisdiction in International and EU Tax law and it will be hosted online by the Research Center on Law, Economy and Society (CRIDES) of UCLouvain.

PROGRAM & REGISTRATION FORM

DAY 1 : THURSDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER 2020

14:00-14:30 : Introduction by Juliane Kokott, Adocate General, Court of Justice of the European Union

14:30-18:00 | Afternoon Session - Nexus and Jurisdiction in International (tax) law

14:30-15:30 :

Nexus and jurisdiction: the nature of the tax nexus requirement by Philip Baker, QC, University of Oxford 

Comments from a public international law perspective by Pierre d'Argent, UCLouvain

Open Discussion

15:30-15:45 | Break

15:45-17:15 : 

Tax nexus and non-resident companies by Stjepan Gadžo, University of Rijeka

Nexus, Digitalization and Democracy by Ana Paula Dourado, University of Lisbon

Nexus, residence and citizenship by Ruth Mason, University of Virginia

Open Discussion

17:15-17:30 | Break

17:30-18:30 : Open Roundtable “Nexus and developing countries : the impact of OECD Pillar I and II” by Irma Mosquera, Leiden University (introduction), Esperanza Buitrago Diaz, Maastricht University & Michael Lennard, United Nations

DAY 2 : FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2020

09:00-12:30 | Morning Session - Tax nexus and European Union law

09:00-10:30

Nexus and Jurisdiction : a private international law perspective by Pietro Franzina, Catholic University Milan

Multiplication of nexus requirements in EU tax law after BEPS and ATAD: consequences for the Internal market by Pasquale Pistone, University of Salerno/IBFD/WU Wien

EU direct Harmonization of tax nexus: lessons from past experiences by Cécile Brokelind, Lund University

Open Discussion

10:30-10:45 | Break

10:45-11:30 :

Tax nexus and reform of the EU own resources system by Edoardo Traversa, UCLouvain

Comments from a VAT and Customs perspective by Marya Senyk, Lund University & Elena Masseglia, UCLouvain

Open Discussion

11:30-12:30 : Conclusive Roundtable “Tax nexus and digitalization” by Richard Lyal, Formerly EU Commission, Ioanna Mitroyanni, EU Commission & Jérôme Monsenego, Stockholm University

Open Discussion

Conclusion by Melchior Wathelet, former First Advocate General, Court of Justice of the European Union

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PRACTICAL INFORMATION 

The number of participants is limited and therefore we kindly ask you to register at the latest on September 10, 2020, by filling the Registration form via the following link

 

For GREIT

Edoardo Traversa, Cécile Brokelind, Ana Paula Dourado, Dennis Weber, Pasquale Pistone