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October 31, 2015

Presentation to the Plenary Meeting

On October 31, 2014, Bertrand de La Chapelle presented the Internet & Jurisdiction process to the 89th Plenary Meeting of the European Committee on Legal Co-operation of the Council of Europe.

The Plenary Meeting focused on, among others, potential “online remedies” and the “impact of the internet and new technologies” as described in the preceding report by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe.

About the Committee on Legal Cooperation

The European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ) is an intergovernmental body, set up in 1963 under the auspices of the Committee of Ministers, which is responsible for the standard-setting activities of the Council of Europe in the field of public and private law.

The CDCJ’s main role is to draw up standards commonly accepted by the 47 member states and to foster legal coperation among them. The CDCJ is composed of representatives of all member states (originating principally from the ministries of justice) who meet once a year at the headquarters of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France.