AIJA Double Seminar: Olympic Games, Corruption and Sport Arbitration & Government contracts - Public Procurement Law and Contract Law

Lausanne

06 - 08 April 2017


La Commission de droit public nouvellement établie organise son tout premier séminaire AIJA, avec la coopération de la Commission du droit du sport, la Commission du droit des aff aires internationales et de la Commission d’arbitrage. Nous avons le plaisir de vous convier à nous retrouver à Lausanne (Suisse) pour un double séminaire sur le droit des marchés et le droit du sport, qui se déroulera le week-end des 6-7 et 8 avril 2017.

La gouvernance du sport dans le monde est de plus en plus soumise à  l'oeil critique du public. Choisir le lieu où se dérouleront les prochains championnats du monde ou les prochains Jeux olympiques ou encore les élections du président d’une fédération sportive est devenu un véritable défi . Des avocats spécialisés en droit du sport, des représentants des fédérations, des athlètes de même que des conseillers juridiques couvriront le sujet à leur niveau et expliqueront le fonctionnement de la protection juridique de toutes les parties prenantes et des possibilités d’amélioration. Des professionnels du secteur du droit public présenteront les enjeux juridiques des contrats conclus avec des États dans le cadre tout particulièrement d’importants projets immobiliers.

Le séminaire sera une excellente occasion pour vous de discuter de tous ces défi s juridiques et mènera sans nul doute à des débats vivants et des échanges d’expériences. Même si le séminaire dédié aux marchés publics abordera des questions de droit des marchés publics, il s’articulera aussi fortement autour de sujets contractuels, tels que les formes standard des contrats, les problèmes typiques rencontrés par les contractants, les irrégularités & les responsabilités. Le séminaire relatera également des cas de litige et d’arbitrage liés à des marchés publics. Le double séminaire vous permettra non seulement de débattre de manière académique des enjeux juridiques mais aussi de découvrir Lausanne, la capitale des sports mondiaux. Samedi, nous ferons la visite d’un vignoble bordant le fameux Lac Léman, reconnu comme un site classé au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco et y dégusterons les vins délicieux d’un viticulteur de la région. Enfi n, pour graver ce séminaire à jamais dans vos souvenirs, nous terminerons par un dîner typique dans un chalet suisse traditionnel.


AIJA Commissions

  • International Arbitration
  • International Business Law

Programme complet

Public Law Commission Seminar

Thursday 06 April 2017

17:00
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
19:00
Welcome Cocktail at the bar Le Nomade, Place de l’Europe 9, 1003 Lausanne
20:00
Optional Dinner at the bar Le Nomade (optional)
22:30
Optional Clubbing at Punk Bar, Place de l’Europe 9, 1003 Lausanne (optional)

Friday 07 April 2017

08:00
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
09:00
AIJA Welcome Address
David Frølich, Lund Elmer Sandager, Denmark, President of AIJA
09:15
PART I: INTRODUCTION
Introduction by the OC

Bernd Hauck and Per-Ola Bergqvist
09:30
The hybrid side of construction works for states and public entities: public procurement law and contract law
Julia Bhend, Probst Partner AG, Switzerland
09:50
PART 2 : PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW
Setting the scene: the legal framework concerning public
procurement
Speakers:
Katarzyna Kuźma, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka, Poland
Marquard Christen, CMS von Erlach Poncet AG, Switzerland
10:30
Coffee Break
11:00
The revisions in the Agreement on Government Procurement dated 30 March 2012
Ramona Wyss, Walder Wyss Ltd., Switzerland
11:30
Notices of intended procurements - typical pitfalls in different countries
Moderator:
Per-Ola Bergqvist, Foyen, Sweden
Speakers:
Boris Ostroukhov, ALRUD, Russia
Laurynas Lukošiūnas, Sorainen, Lithuania
Māra Stabulniece, Tark Grunte Sutkiene, Latvia
12:30
Lunch
14:00
Eligibility criteria and their limits
Speakers:
Rosa Isabel Peña Sastre, Roca Junyent, Spain
Jan Roliński, WKB, Wierciński, Kwieciński, Baehr Sp k., Poland
14:45
Prior involvement, advantage in knowledge and other obstacles - are public procurement procedures really fair?
Moderator:
Mads Fuglesang, Selmer, Norway
Speakers:
Emma Niemistö, Merilampi Attorneys Ltd, Finland
Carl Fläring, Foyen, Finland
15:30
Coffee Break
16:00
Challenging procurement decisions - a case study
Speakers:
Michał Wojciechowski, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka, Poland
Maris Brizgo, Klavins Ellex, Latvia
16:30
PART 3 : CONTRACT LAW
Standard forms of contracts - what rules are usual when
constructing for public entities?
Moderator:
Babak Tabeshian, Ariathes Rechtsanwälte, Germany
Speakers:
Jérôme Baumann, Kellerhals Carrard, Switzerland
Thomas Bekkevold, Bang-Olsen & Partners Law Firm, Denmark
17:30
End of scientific program
19:30
Dinner at Restaurant la Suite, Rue du Petit-Chêne 28, 1003 Lausanne
22:30
Optional Clubbing at BAR ABC, Ruelle du Grand Pont, 1001 Lausanne (optional)

Saturday 08 April 2017

08:30
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
09:30
Defects and liabilities in public construction contracts
Moderator:
Edward Banyard Smith, Farrer & Co, United Kingdom
Speakers:
Ulrik Bang-Olsen, Bang-Olsen & Partners Law Firm, Denmark
Paul Bassett, Mason Hayes & Curran, Ireland
10:30
Coffee Break
11:00
Back-to-back and I am safe? - what general contractors should take into account
Moderator:
Bernd Hauck, Kellerhals Carrard, Switzerland
Speakers:
Benedikt Rohrßen, Taylor Wessing, Germany
Gunnar Pickl, Dorda Brugger Jordis, Austria
Jelle Blom, Kennedy Van der Laan, Netherlands
12:00
Litigating or arbitrating a construction project with a state - some war stories
Moderator:
Justus Jansen, GSK Stockmann + Kollegen, Germany
Speakers:
Bernd Ehle, Lalive, Switzerland
Jason Kellogg, Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider + Grossman llp, USA
Dhruv Kakar, S.C. Ladi & Co., India
13:00
Lunch
15:30
Optional Wine Tasting at Jomini Wines, Constant et Sophie Jomini, Chemin de Baulet 3-6, 1071 Chexbres (optional)
19:00
Optional Typical Swiss Fondue Dinner at Restaurant Chalet Suisse, Route du Signal 40, 1018 Lausanne (optional)
22:30
Optional Clubbing at White Club, Place St. François 12, 1003 Lausanne (optional)

Sports Law Commission Seminar

Thursday 06 April 2017

17:00
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
19:00
Welcome Cocktail at the bar Le Nomade, Place de l’Europe 9, 1003 Lausanne
20:00
Optional Dinner at the bar Le Nomade (optional)
22:30
Optional Clubbing at Punk Bar, Place de l’Europe 9, 1003 Lausanne (optional)

Friday 07 April 2017

08:00
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
09:00
AIJA Welcome Address
David Frølich, Lund Elmer Sandager, Denmark, President of AIJA
09:15
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
Introduction by the OC
Thilo Pachmann, Sven Nagel and Yvan Henzer
09:20
The governance of international sports federations
Stephan Dittl, Salger Rechtsanwälte, Germany
09:40
Is there a stronger need for state control within the sports federations? - State interventions and autonomy of the federations
Speakers:
Richard Samuel, 3 O'Hare Court, United Kingdom
Katarzyna Grabska, Polish Olympic Committee, Poland
Gerard Cukier, Kingsley Napley, United Kingdom
10:10
The new Ethik Committee of FIFA and its work
Cornel Borbély, FIFA Ethic Commission, Switzerland
10:30
Coffee Break
11:00
PART 2: GOVERNANCE OF THE SPORTS FEDERATIONS - RULES AND REGULATIONS
From the Salt Lake City corruption scandal to the FIFA governance problems - Introduction into the Swiss legal system
Thilo Pachmann, Pachmann Attorneys at law Ltd., Switzerland
11:30
The balance between federation's interests and interests of the athletes in the governance of the sports federations
Moderator:
Sven Nagel, NWK Rechtsanwälte, Germany
Speakers:
Maximilian Hartung, World Champion in fencing (team), 3rd place (single), Germany
Ralph Stöckli, Director of High Performance Sports, Switzerland
12:10
What should a “good” governance of sports federations look like?
Laura Manz, Kellerhals Carrard, Switzerland
12:30
Lunch
14:00
PART 3: THE CURRENT SYSTEM OF SPORTS ARBITRATION
Introduction into the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
William Sternheimer, Deputy Secretary General at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Switzerland
14:30
Sports arbitration in the light of the Pechstein case
Felix Barth, Dr. Kroll & Partner, Germany
14:50
Critical discussion on the current arbitration system at the Olympics: The federations' vs. the athletes' point of view
Moderators:
Yvan Henzer, Libra Law, Switzerland
Ross Wenzel, Kellerhals Carrard, Switzerland
Speakers:
Christian Schreiber, Athlete's Representative of the German Olympic Committee (DOSB), Germany
David Casserly, Law library, Ireland
15:30
Coffee break
16:00
PART 4: THE FUTURE OF SPORTS ARBITRATION
Sports arbitration in the light of the European Court for Human Rights
Peter Marx, Marx Van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners, Belgium
16:20
(In)compatibility of current national and international sports arbitration with EU law
Raphaëlle Favre Schnyder, Barandun von Graffenrie, Switzerland
16:40
Panel discussion on the future of sports arbitration and on the interventions by state courts in different countries into sports
Moderator:
Thomas Wehrli, Pachmann Attorneys at law Ltd., Switzerland
Speakers:
Lucien W. Valloni, Froriep, Switzerland
Hervé LeLay, Brown/Rudnick, France
17:20
End of scientific program
19:30
Dinner at Restaurant la Suite, Rue du Petit-Chêne 28, 1003 Lausanne
22:30
Optional Clubbing at BAR ABC, Ruelle du Grand Pont, 1001 Lausanne (optional)

Saturday 08 April 2017

08:30
Registration at the Hotel de la Paix
09:15
PART 5: THE FUTURE OF THE SPORTS GOVERNANCE
Legal recourse within federations as an instrument of good governance
Klara Dvorakova, Holubova advokati s.r.o., Czech Republik
09:35
How to ensure fair proceedings in doping matters on the example of the German DIS
Karsten Hofmann, Hofmann Rechtsanwälte, Germany
09:55
Ensuring a proper bidding process
Speakers:
Jan Roliński, WKB Wierciński, Kwieciński, Baehr Sp. k., Poland
Hugo Teixeira, Abreu Advogados, Portugal
10:30
Coffee Break
11:00
Preventing corruption and game manipulations in sports
Speakers:
Anne Salzer, Salzer Avocats, France
Sofia Silva e Sousa, Abreu Advogados, Portugal
11:40
Ensuring clean Games from a sponsor's perspective
Niall Collins, Mayson, Hayes & Curran, Ireland
12:00
The future of sports governance in the light of the IOC's agenda 2020
François Carrard, Former IOC Director General and Counsel of IOC, Switzerland
13:00
Lunch
15:30
Optional Wine Tasting at Jomini Wines, Constant et Sophie Jomini, Chemin de Baulet 3-6, 1071 Chexbres (optional)
19:00
Optional Typical Swiss Fondue Dinner at Restaurant Chalet Suisse, Route du Signal 40, 1018 Lausanne (optional)
22:30
Optional Clubbing at White Club, Place St. François 12, 1003 Lausanne (optional)

Sponsors


Comité organisateur

Per-Ola BERGQVIST
Foyen Advokatfirma AB (SWEDEN)

Bernd HAUCK
Kellerhals Carrard (SWITZERLAND)

Yvan HENZER
Libra Law (SWITZERLAND)

Sven NAGEL
Nagel Kauerhof Rechtsanwälte (GERMANY)

Thilo PACHMANN
Pachmann Rechtsanwälte AG (SWITZERLAND)