Program of the three days of conference 2008
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Conducteur général des trois journées de décembre 2008

Journée du 10 décembre, The European Official Gazettes: public, economic and social actors

More transparency in public, economic and social life

14h30, Warsmann Jean-Luc, France, Opening

9h20, Patier Xavier, France, Director of the French Official Gazette , Introduction

9h35, Hietanen Aki, Finlande, vice-president of the European Forum of Official Gazettes , Animation

9h50, Berger Albrecht, UE, Adviser to the General-Director of the Office for Official Publications and Secretariat of the European Forum of Official Gazettes , 103. Competences of the official gazettes in Europe

10h10, Migeon François-Daniel, France, General Manager for the modernisation of the State , French Trends in Online Administration

10h30, Schiessl Karl, Autriche, Director of Wiener Zeitung , 105. Publishing notices, measure of the transparency of economic life

10h50, Massé Rémi, Canada, Director of the Gazette of Canada , 106. Publication of Proposed Regulations and the Consultation of Citizens . The experience of the Government of Canada’s official newspaper

Compilation and publication of legal norms and notices, new practices.

11h10, François Didier, France, Acting Director, Directorate of official Journals , 111. Access to the Standards of Law : The French example of Légifrance, the free public service site for disseminating laws online: content, outcomes and changes

11h30, Goerdeler Daniela, Allemagne, Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Justice , 112. Improving the quality of content, accelerating public announcements and making new legislation easier to document : German experiences with eNorm Software

11h50, Nakamishi Hiromistsu, Japon, Director of the Monetary System of Treasury Management, Ministry of Finances , 113. The modernisation of the Japanese official gazettes

12h10, Andriani Alfonso, Italie, Editor-in-Chief of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Italy , 114. The Role of the Official Gazette in the Italian experience of collecting and publishing (European, national and local) norms

Journée du 10/12,

14h00, Paulino-Pereira Fernando, Portugal, Chairman of the “Legal Data Processing” workgroup at the Council of the European Union , Animation

14h20, Gomis Bernal Carmen, Espagne, President of the Forum - Director of Boletín Oficial del Estado , 122. Presentation of the Projects from the European Forum of Official Gazettes

14h40, Cazenave Olivier, France, Director of French Documentation , 123. Making standards easier to understand : Presentation of the French Documentation Sites, Partner of the Official Gazettes and “Populizer” of the Law

15h00, Reicherts Martine, UE, General Manager of OPOCE, Office des publications officielles des Communautés européennes (Office of Official Publications of the European Communities) , 124. What measures can be used at the Community level to familiarize citizens more with legal standards?

15h20, Varley Caroline, OCDE, Project Manager, OECD , 125. Can the official gazettes contribute to the success of the policy on paperwork tracking and reduction?

Exploring new ways of funding

15h40, Rubinowicz Claude, France, General Manager of the APIE , 131. Validating public intangible heritage : what challenges?

16h00, Skodlar Petra, Slovénie, Editor in chief of the Official Journal of the Republic of Slovenia , 132. Funding official gazettes with public-sector resources or funding from the public : What are the uses in Europe?

16h20, Linder Viktória , Hongrie, Editor in chief of journals of public administration, Hungary , 133. Funding official gazettes with public-sector resources or funding from the public : The Hungarian Experience

16h40, Tullo Carol, Royaume-Uni, Director of the Office of Public Sector Information , 134. Funding official gazettes with public-sector resources or funding from the public : The British Experience

17h00, Patier Xavier, France, Director of the Official Gazettes , Conclusion

Plénière du 11 décembre, New treatments of legal numerical information in Europe

Production, consolidation, dissemination, and storage of legal information in Europe : new technological solutions for a better regulation (Institutional organization of EU legal space)

9h00, Lasvignes Serge, France, General Secretary of the French Government , Introduction

9h15, Tauziac Véronique, France, Head officer of the ‘bureau de la légistique et des systèmes d’information’, French department of Budget , Presidency

9h30, Hietanen Aki, Finlande, Director of the Information Services of the Department of Justice , 202. A general overview of online law production, consolidation and dissemination in the diverse European cultural zones of influence

9h45, Seppius Marika, Estonie, Advisor, Republic of Estonia , 202. A general overview of online law production, consolidation and dissemination in the diverse European cultural zones of influence

10h00, Broberg Nielsen Søren, Danemark, Head of Division, Civil Affairs Agency, Legal Information Division , 204. The Danish integrated System, for writing, enacting, publishing and archiving regulations Lex Dania

10h30, Maïa Jean, France, Head of service for legislation and the quality of the Law at the General Secretary of the Government , 205. The legal procedure, from production to publication and archiving, through the French exchange system SOLON

11h00, Pons-Deladrière Geneviève, UE, Head of the unit "Impact Assessment and Administrative Burden Reduction Programme" at the Directorate-General "Enterprise & Industry" of the European Commission , 206. Evaluation tools. Reducing administrative burdens in transposition and European legislation making-process

11h30, Bartolini Andrea, UE, Eur-Lex Unit, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities , 207. The quest for a common language for a better access to the Members States law. Awaited simplification in the field of access to the Members States law, the N-Lex Project

12h00, Donelan Edward, OCDE, Senior Advisor, Regulatory Governance, SIGMA, OCDE , 208. Optimization of stocks of legislation with the web technology. The contribution of the internet to managing to stock of legislation

Ateliers du 11 décembre, Technical workshops : a European policy for legal document description and a legal multilingual ontology ?

9h00, Cottin Stéphane, France, General Secretariat of the Governement , Round table: a European policy for legal document description ? International policy for legal document description (free access and access with charge to documents, public of private documents). Interoperability of legal information

9h00, Lemyre Pierre Paul, Canada, LexUM, Univ. of Montreal , 222. Round table: an International policy for legal document description ? Building on the ground rather in the clouds : LexUM and the ascending approach

9h00, Van Opijnen Marc, Pays-Bas, Department for Internet applications of the Dutch Council for the Judiciary (Bistro) , 223. Identifiers, Metadata and Document Structures: Essential Ingredients for Inter-European Case Law Search

10h00, Silber Georges André, France, Assistant Professor at the Ecoles des Mines, MINES ParisTech, Paris, France- Vice-President of the association Droit.org , What to expect from European Legal XML?

10h00, Weber Peter Johannes, Suisse, Association Suisse des Bibliothécaires Juridiques, Swizterland , What to expect from European Legal XML?

10h00, Van Peel Guy, Europe, director, Content Development, Wolters Kluwer, Europe , What to expect from European Legal XML?

10h00, Schweighofer Erich, Autriche, Associate Professor, University of Vienna, Faculty of Law , What to expect from European Legal XML?

11h00, Lame Guiraude, France, Docteur de l’Ecole des mines de Paris , 241. Round table: Legal multilingual ontology

11h00, Tiscornia Daniela, Italie, Research Director, Ittig-CNR, Florence , Legal multilingual ontology. Translation issues and multilingual ontology

11h00, Kang Julie, France, Legal vocabulary study team of the Institut Supérieur d’Interprétariat et de Traduction , Round table: Legal multilingual ontology

11h00, Péraldi Sandrine, France, Legal vocabulary study team of the Institut Supérieur d’Interprétariat et de Traduction , Round table: Legal multilingual ontology

11h00, Madinier Bénédicte, France, General Delegation to French Language , 245. Round table: Legal multilingual ontology LexALP

Legal search and knowledge exchange : the setting up of European electronic law patrimony (texts, cases law, legal literature)

Plénière du 11 décembre, 14h00, Bélaval Philippe, France, , Presidency

14h10, Herberger Maximilian, Allemagne, director of the Institut für Rechtsinformatik of the Sarre University, president of the German Association of legal informatics , the setting up of a European electronic law patrimony

14h20, Berteloot Pascale, UE, Head of unit, Office for official publications of the European Communities, European Union , 252. For a common European site on national legistic rules

14h35, Moll Chris, , Director, European Academy of Legislation , Role of the European Academy of Legislation in the access to law

14h45, Margue Tung-Laï, UE, Directorate A - General Affairs, Justice, Freedom and Security DG, European Commission , 256. e-justice technical solutions: information system interoperability, key of the crossborder cooperation in judicial matters. Practical Cases :. Trans-JAI, tacking system of the european decision process in the Justice, Freedom and Security area

14h45, Misztela Jean-Marie, UE, Web and IT Project Manager , 256. e-justice technical solutions: information system interoperability, key of the crossborder cooperation in judicial matters. Practical Cases :. Trans-JAI, tacking system of the european decision process in the Justice, Freedom and Security area

15h05, Baguet Martine, UE, Counsellor of State, Council of State of Belgium, Deputy Secretary-general of the Association of Councils of State and Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions of the UE , 257. Dec-Nat, Database of national caselaws about european Law

15h35, Fox Rosalie, Canada, Director of the Library of the Supreme Court of Canada, Vice-President of the Canadian association of Law Libraries , 258. Using Citation Analysis to determine the use of information sources from the European Union by Judges of the Supreme Court of Canada

16h00, Herberger Maximilien, Allemagne, Legal literature collections. Round table : promote and improve access to a European legal literature ?

16h00, Bob Mircea Dan, Roumanie, General secretary of the romanian group of the Association Henri Capitant des Amis de la Culture Juridique Française, Assistant, Law School, “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca , Round table : promote and improve access to a European legal literature ?

16h00, Maurel Lionel, France, Head Librarian, Scientific coordinator of Gallica, Cooperation Department, National Library of France , 261. Round table : promote and improve access to a European legal literature ?

16h00, Jondet Nicolas, France, author of the blog http://french-law.net/, member of the scientific committee (IP Law Editor) of SCRIPTed - online technology law journal of the University of Edinburgh, Edimburg, Scotland , 262. Round Table: Round table : promote and improve access to a European legal literature ? The case of SCRIPTed (and also French-law.net)

16h00, Canut Pedro J., Espagne, Lawyer, Professor at the University of Saragosse, Spain, Project "Color Juris" http://www.coloriuris.net/ , 263. Round table : promote and improve access to a European legal literature ?

Ateliers du 11 décembre, Technical workshops : interoperability and security, a key aspect of technological solutions

14h00, Adréani Guillaume, France, Registrar at the Cour de Cassation, France - Assistant at the Association des Hautes juridictions de cassation des pays ayant en partage l’usage du français (AHJUCAF – French speaking high juridictions association) , 272. Case law collections * Improve legal access inside and outside the UE (no central access, data heterogeneity, problem of access to topical case law)

15h00, Bohnert Jean-François, France, Deputy Attorney, Dijon , Security. Letters rogatory and cross-border judicial cooperation

15h30, Hewlett Lynn, UE, Court Registry, Court of Justice of the European Communities , Lombaert Marc, UE, Head of Unit at the Information Technology Section, Court of Justice of the European Communities , Lenvers Gregory, UE, Head of Project, Court of Justice of the European Communities , 274. Website of Curia, Court of Justice of the European Communities

16h00, Souloumiac Alain, France, legislative expert of the European Union , 277. Computer Aided Transposition

Journée du 12 décembre,

9h30, Lamassoure Alain, France, former minister, Member of the European Parliament ,Introduction de la journée

9h00, Berger Albrecht, UE, counsellor at the Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, secretary of the European Forum of Official Gazettes , Presidency

9h15, Peruginelli Ginevra, Italie, Lawyer, PhD, (ITTIG - CNR) Firenze , 302. Free access to the law via Internet : a global vision ? Presentation of the conclusions of the IX° international Conference "Law via the internet " in Florence (30 and 31 October 2008)

9h45, Bomsel Olivier, France, Professor of Industrial Economy, Cerna, Centre d’Economie Industrielle, MINES ParisTech , 303. Evolution of the online information market under the influence of the Internet; from providing data to processing data

10h00, Poulin Daniel, Canada, Director, LexUM, U. of Montreal , 304. Fifteen years of open access to law: what have been done and what are the next steps

10h15, Rantala Meri, UE, Principal Administrator, Access to Information Unit E4, DG Information Society and Medias, European Commission , The reuse of the Public Sector information – European context

10h30, Davies Rob, UK, ePSIplus Network Co-ordinator , European Panorama of the legal information through the ePSIplus network

10h45, Fanning Michael, Allemagne, Managing director, Online Consultants International , Free access, access on charge: opposite or complementary access ? Zoom on approaches of some countries: - German situation

11h00, Silguero Joaquín, Espagne, Magistrate and Head of section in the Documentation Centre of the Judiciary. General Coucil of the Judiciary , 308. Free access, access on charge: opposite or complementary access ? Zoom on approaches of some countries: An exemple of balance between public and private roles: the agreement between El Consejo General del Poder Judicial and the Federación de Gremios de Editores de España

11h15, Marthinsen Stig, UE, co-founder and director of Caselex , 309. Free access, access on charge: opposite or complementary access ? Zoom on approaches of some countries: The exemple of Caselex, as optimal synergy between private and public sectors, built on mutual understanding and shared interests

11h30, Pawsey Alan, Royaume-Uni, Head of Publishing Services, Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) , Free access, access on charge: opposite or complementary access ? Zoom on approaches of some countries: Presentation of the Office of Public Sector Information

11h45, Lefebvre Renaud, France, Chairman of the legal publishers at the syndicat national de l’édition , 1st Round table: Publishers and authors. French situation : the limits of a model

12h00, Nicholson Michael, Royaume-Uni, Intelligent Addressing, vice-Chairman of the PSI Alliance , Public Sector Information: creating a more open market-place and greater value through re-use

12h15, Pollock Rufus, Royaume-Uni, Mead Fellow in Economics, Emmanuel College, Cambridge University , 313. Models of Public Sector Information Provision via Trading Funds

14h00, Herberger Maximilian, Allemagne, director of the Institut für Rechtsinformatik of the Sarre University, president of the German Association of legal informatics , Presidency

14h00, Vajou Michel, France, Director, MV Etudes et Conseil , Round Tables : Authors, publishers and Users : towards a new balance ?

Journée du 12/12, 1st Round table: Publishers and authors

14h00, Lefebvre Renaud, France, , 1st Round table: Publishers and authors. French situation : the limits of a model

14h00, Van Erk René, Europe, Publisher: Wolters Kluwer – Europe

14h00, Deroubaix Guillaume, Europe, Publisher: LexisNexis-Europe

14h00, Mazeaud Denis, France, Professeur à l’Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), General Secretary of the Association Henri Capitant des Amis de la Culture Juridique Française , Author

14h00, Houtcieff Dimitri, France, professeur à la Faculté de droit d’Evry; author of law blog , Author

14h00, Caunes Karine, Italie, founder of the European Journal of Legal Studies (European University Institute of Fiesole) , 327. Authors Authors’ ’ strategies on the european legal information market

Journée du 12/12, , 2nd Round table: Publishers and users

15h00, Faus Tomás Lluis, Espagne, Publisher: Vlex (Spain) , 328. Publisher: Vlex (Spain)

15h00, Waechter Fabien, France, Publisher: Lexbase (France)

15h00, Etchart Frédéric, France, Publisher: Lextenso (France)

15h00, Jensen Dominique, France, Publisher: Legalnews (France)

15h00, Battisti Michèle, France, 332. User: ADBS, Association des professionnels de l’information et de la documentation – French association of information specialists

15h00, Aston Jennefer, Irlande, Code of good practice for law publishers

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