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SOLVIT: Towards a default tool for dispute settlement in the Single Market?

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Date de l'événement : vendredi 14 octobre 2022 10:30 - 17:30
Lieu : hybrid format:
- online: The link to join the seminar will be sent to all registered attendees before the event.
- in presence:
University of Luxembourg
Weicker Building
room B001 (ground floor)
4, rue Alphonse Weicker, L-2721 Luxembourg


SOLVIT is a network of 30 national centers based in government departments and agencies in all EU countries and in Iceland, Norway and Lichtenstein. It provides free-of-charge assistance to resolve cross-border problems and barriers individuals and businesses face when exercising their rights in the Single Market.

Making SOLVIT the default tool for dispute settlement in the EU’s Single Market is amongst the explicit policy goals formulated by the European Commission’s Single Market action plan [COM (2020) 94 final]. What this would mean and require is the topic of this conference at the occasion of SOLVIT’s 20th anniversary.

The conference will focus on the development of SOLVIT from an information exchange system based on the Internal Market Information System (IMI) towards a more complex tool designed to ensure the decentralization of the implementation of EU law under the monitoring of the European Commission. The conference will also provide an opportunity to reflect more broadly on the need for reform in the implementation of Single Market law.


Please click here to register.


Observatoire Luxembourgeois de Droit Européen