Professor Johanna Jacobsson appeared as a witness before the International Trade Committee of the House of Commons of the UK
Professor Johanna Jacobsson, International and European Law Professor at IE Law School, appeared as a witness before the International Trade Committee of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom on 26 June 2019. She took part to the Committee’s inquiry into UK Trade in Services.
The purpose of the UK Parliament’s inquiry is to examine the main barriers faced by UK services exporters, how the UK should seek to liberalise international trade in services, including negotiating international agreements, and potential domestic policy implications. Through the inquiry, the UK legislators are therefore aiming to understand how to formulate UK’s post-Brexit trade strategy in services.
So far the public discourse in the UK has focused on trade in goods but the UK legislators are now starting to engage with the necessary and difficult task to understand how UK can liberalize services trade once the country is outside the EU. Services trade is of crucial importance to the UK considering that services are taking up a fast-growing percentage of the country’s exports and may cover as much as a half of the exports in the coming years. However, much depends on the international trade rules that UK manages to secure after Brexit.
02 Jul 2019Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, News
The evolution of strategic fit – ‘Today’s everything organization’
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IE Law School students win the 6th edition of the EUROPA Moot Court Competition
IE Law School undergrad students are recognized as the best contenders in Europe winning the 6th edition of the EUROPA Moot Court Competition in ...
07 May 2019Clinical Education, Global, Comparative and European Law, News, Students Experience
How studying the LL.M. in International Business Law can heighten your career prospects
Nowadays, having a global perspective is becoming an increasingly sought-after skill that international law firms and legal departments are seeking ...
03 Apr 2019Business and Corporate Law, Global, Comparative and European Law, Management Skills, News, Students Experience
IE Law School signs an agreement with BARBRI and becomes the first European law school that allows LL.M. students to qualify as a US attorney
With this new agreement, IE Law School becomes the first European Law School to offer LLM students the opportunity to study American law and acquire the necessary credentials to make global practice a reality.
As we live in an increasingly globalized, interdependent world and the demand for legal professionals who understand the workings and complexities of more than one legal system continues to grow, we need to train lawyers with a global mindset.
At IE Law School, we are committed to fostering global legal education so that lawyers can pursue careers internationally, across different legal systems, and manage trans-border transactions and multijurisdictional issues. In order to bridge the gap, we have partnered with Barbri, the number one bar examination review course in the United States, to give our LL.M. students the chance to take the California Bar Examination and become qualified to practice law in the US.
29 Mar 2019Business and Corporate Law, Global, Comparative and European Law, News, Students Experience
How to become a global player in the complex world of corporate compliance
This program—taught at IE Law School in Madrid with a one-week experience at the prestigious NYU School of Law in New York City—prepares ...
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Reach your career goals faster when studying the Master in Legal Tech
Do you want to become a force for change in an evolving world? Consider studying the Master in Legal Tech at IE Law School and help drive legal ...
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IE Law School hosts Law Without Walls kick off at Segovia
The “KickOff” in Segovia was an opportunity to get to know the teams and the mentors, and to engage with professionals and entrepreneurs from the ...
18 Feb 2019Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, Management Skills, News, Students Experience
The Formation of Blockchain-based Smart Contracts in the Light of Contract Law
Are smart contracts marking the end of contract formation as we know it? In an event held by the Jean Monnet Module on Liability of Robots, top ...
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The Negotiation Table: Full Course, Main Dish or Dessert?
This article outlines the importance of a focus on time in a negotiation and the underlying significance of negotiation to the growth and/or success ...
30 Jan 2019Business and Corporate Law
Two papers authored by Professor Giulio Allevato have been recently published
In the last book “Combating Tax Avoidance in the EU”, Professor Allevato analyses the main peculiarities, under a legal perspective, of the recent EU Commission’s decisions on the qualifications as State Aid of several advance tax ruling granted by Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands to multinational enterprises, as well as the potential implications of such decisions on the future developments of direct taxation within the EU.
With the chapter titled “The Commission’s State Aid Decisions on Advance Tax Rulings: Criticisms and Potential Impact on the Future of Direct Taxation Within the European Union”, Prof. Allevato contributed to the book “Combating Tax Avoidance in the European Union: Harmonization and Cooperation in Direct Taxation” (Ed. J.M. Almudí, J.A. Ferreras Gutiérrez, P. Hernández González-Barreda), published by Wolters Kluwer. The book includes contributions by many international tax scholars on the current and future tax scenario in the EU, with specific regard to the fight to tax avoidance.
Prof. Allevato’s contribution analyses the main peculiarities, under a legal perspective, of the recent EU Commission’s decisions on the qualifications as State Aid of several advance tax ruling granted by Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands to multinational enterprises (e.g. Amazon, Apple, Starbucks). Furthermore, the potential implications of such decisions on the future developments of direct taxation within the EU are discussed.
The other paper – published in a top Italian journal of management (“Economia&Management”) discusses the results of a research, conducted in 2017, on the evolution of the tax director’s role and functions, and, in particular, highlights how today´s tax directors need to possess not just highly technical skills but also significant managerial skills, as their involvement in strategic business decisions is constantly increasing.
28 Jan 2019Faculty, News
Skills for a successful career in a changing legal market
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16 Jan 2019Business and Corporate Law, Global, Comparative and European Law, Management Skills, News
IE Law Professor´s Francisco Marcos articles among 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law
Concurrences has chosen two of Professors Francisco Marcos articles among the 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law published in 2018.
16 Jan 2019Faculty, News