An international panel of experts from 14 countries, including the United States, working for the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, classified cell phone use as a ‘possible human carcinogen.’ The European Environmental Agency has already suggested the health risks associated with cell phones may become as serious as smoking, asbestos and leaded gasoline. Read more here (Fox News).
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 30 APRIL 2017. The Summer Law Institute in China – Executive Education Training Program – will be held in Beijing (China) between…
This Friday I will be taking part in the conference ‘The BRI and Dispute Resolution: Focusing on UNIDROIT Principles, International Arbitration and Judicial Adjudication’, to…
Entrevista ao jornal ‘Plataforma’ de 24 de Março de 2017 (página 10).
CALL FOR PAPERS: International Conference ‘Consumer Policy in a Comparative Perspective: New Challenges in Chinese, European, and International Law’
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 May 2017 The Theme On 21 November 2013 China and the European Union launched negotiations for a comprehensive…