THE EPPO AND EU LAW: A STEP FORWARD IN INTEGRATION

Topic 3 – 2024 – The Eppo and nationals authorities: challenges and opportunities

11th       March       2024       |       16:30-18:30       |       building       U6       –       aula       05
The interplay between the EPPO and authorities of participating Member States.

EPPO regulation:rules on judicial remedies and on conflicts of jurisdictions between EPPO and Member States public prosecutors Challenges for the EPPO’s mandate stem from the relationship between the Office and national prosecutors and enforcement forces in participating Member States.
Participants:
Benedetta Ubertazzi;
Enrico Traversa.


12th March 2024 | 16:30-18:30 | building U6 – aula 26
The EPPO working arrangements with authorities of participating Member States: notably, the Ex- cise, Customs and Monopolies Agency (ADM)

Participants:
Benedetta Ubertazzi;
DOGANE.


13th March 2024 | 16:30-18:30 | building U7 – aula 04
The EPPO and the authorities of non-participating Member States and third states

Additional challenges for the EPPO’s mandate stem from the relationship between the Office and non- participating Member States, on the one hand, and justice institutions in third countries, on the other. This fragmentation will tend to make the EPPO’s tasks more complex and more difficult to fulfil for  cross-border cases that  involve suspects from  these countries.
Participants:
Benedetta Ubertazzi;
Florin Razvan Radu (online).

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