XXI. European Traffic Law Days 13th and 14th October 2022

Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt, Berlin (Ella-Trebe-Strasse 5 | 10557 Berlin, Germany)

Foto Brandenburger Tor, Berlin

Dear Friend of IETL,

After a very long wait due to Covid, I am delighted to inform you that our in-person Law Days will take place again this autumn. An event you must not miss!

We are close to finalising the Programme for our 2022 Law Days and we have already managed to recruit some of the best best experts in the field of mobility law to talk to us about:

  • Mobility and ethical aspects
  • Latest technological developments in mobility: traffic, vehicles, behaviour, infrastructure
  • Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice
  • Current developments in European tort law
  • International Claims Regulation
  • Berlin and its mobility infrastructure; A green city?
  • Simultaneous translation in Deutsch - English - Français

Have a look here (insert link to programme on web site) for the full programme and registration form. This is the first opportunity to network with your fellow experts from across Europe within the IETL framework after a two year-break and “sterile” Zoom and Teams meetings. At last, an opportunity to meet face to face and exchange experiences from lockdown.

Where to stay? If you want you could stay at the Conference Hotel: The Steigenberger Hotel am Kanzleramt, you can book your room here. However, you can of course stay in any other hotel in Berlin.

Come and find out about Berlin’s world-class museums, quirky festivals, theatre, live music, laid-back bars, and delightful restaurants. Learn all about Berlin, including its rich history, the development of its tolerant society and how it became such a bustling hub of commerce when you spend the weekend after the conference in this lovely city!

Are you enthusiastic about experiencing top-notch, informative presentations and all Berlin has to offer? Then don’t delay and register today, places are limited.

I look forward to welcoming you soon in Berlin for our big in-person Annual Law Days!

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Ansgar Staudinger
President of IETL


Foto Seminarraum
08h30 Registration (Front Desk: Responsible: Wolfgang Resch and Ellen Adank)
09h00 Welcome address by the president of the IETL (Prof Ansgar Staudinger)
09h15 Key Note Speech: Climate-neutral mobility as a European project for the future by Hildegard Müller, President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry, (VDA)
10h00 E-Mobility, Smart Contracts und Limits of the Digital Vigilantism by Prof. Ansgar Staudinger, University of Bielefeld
11h45 Break
11h15 European Law: Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice by Oskar Riedmeyer, Attorney, (Law Firm Dr Eick and Partners, Munich)
12h00 UNECE-Charter-On the treatment of the opposing parties of the claims settlement by Bernd Hoeke, Attorney at Law
12h15 Lunch break
14h00 International Claims in troubles times: Panel discussion moderation by Holger Backu, Jean-Pierre Telloli
War in Ukraine-Threats to financial stability-institutional solutions by Sandra Schwarz, President of the CoB, Berlin
Recourse in international claims by Dr. Michael Buse, attorney at Law
15h45 Break
16h15 The MID revisited: major innovations introduced by the Sixth Motor Insurance Directive by Luk de Baere, Legal Manager COB, Brussels
Panel discussion moderation by Holger Backu, Luk de Baere, Jean-Pierre Telloli
Participant on the desk: Oscar Riedmeyer, Fabrice Lazari, Daniel Wernli, Simon Ball
17h00 End of 1st Law Day
19h00 Dinner at the hotel Steigenberger
09h00 Future of Mobility: From new cars to no drivers: On autonomous (and) mobility
Latest technological developments in mobility: traffic, vehicles, behaviour, infrastructure and social challenges:
Lukas Neckermann, COO at Splyt, strategist and advisor for the mobility revolution
09h45 Environmental protection and traffic: Introductory lecture given by Mag Martin Hoffer, ÖAMTC, Vienna
10h30 Break
11h00 Sustainable mobility – the new Berlin Mobility Code by Prof. Dr. Sophie Becker, Vice President TU Berlin, Head of the department of sustainable mobility and transdisciplinary research methods
11h45 Environmental protection and traffic: Panel discussion moderation by Mag Martin Hoffer Participant on the desk: Prof. Dr. Sophie Becker, Lukas Neckermann, Gilles Chomat, Expert at the Federal Office for Spatial Development of Switzerland, NN, German Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport
12h30 Conclusion of the Congress and closing remarks by the President (Prof. Ansgar Staudinger)


Moderation of the congress:
Alain Kunz: Transition to the different speakers and their short introduction
Languages: Deutsch - English - Français: The languages not performed are translated

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