On December 2, 2016, Leiden Law School will host a conference. Does industry compliance with the applicable regulatory framework generate specific benefits in private law, such as immunity from tort liability or a robust defence against claims in contract? Should the neglect of public law standards of conduct automatically translate into private law remedies such as contract nullity or breach of statutory duty? Or should civil adjudication be considered in isolation from the public law world? These questions are to be approached from a combined perspective of doctrinal coherence of private law doctrines and regulatory analysis of regulatory policy goals, instruments and trade-offs. Relevant insights from economic and other behavioural sciences are part and parcel of the analysis. The Conference is organized by the Leiden Law School Coherent Private Law research group.
Locatie:Universiteit Leiden, Academiegebouw