El Centro de Estudios de Consumo (C.E.C.)
CONSUMER LAW IN 2004 PERSPECTIVE: CONSUMER CREDIT, ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATION AND UNFAIR COMMERCIAL PRACTICES

 

ORGANIZATION AND SUPPORT: General Consumer Protection Directorate, Regional Government of Castilla-La Mancha / Consumer Law Studies Centre, University of Castilla-La Mancha


DIRECTION: Angel Carrasco (Director, Consumer Law Studies Centre) / Manuel J. Marín (Professor, Consumer Law Studies Centre)


Toledo, Faculty of Law, San Pedro Mártir Building, 28-30th April 2004

PROGRAMM

Wednesday 28th April
Consumer Credit: The “Anticipated” Spanish Implementation of the Directive, the Future Reform of the Directive and the Grounds for Controversy.

General Repports

Almudena de la Mata
Centre of European Policy Studies / European Credit Research Institute, Brussels
“Directive on Consumer Credit Proposal. Pro- or Anti- Consumer Regulation?”

Manuel J. Marín
Profesor, Consumer Law Studies Centre, Toledo
“Consumer Credit and “Linked” Contracts: Current Regulation and Reform Proposals”

Panel: Consumer Credit, Linked Contracts, Financer’s Duty to Inform, Financing Consumer Credit in Services Contracts.
Chair: Almudena de la Mata

Jorge Solanas
Studies Department of the ADICAE (Association of Bank and Insurance Credit Consumers), Member of the Executive Committee of the European Consumer Association

Piedad Larrañaga
Consumer ant trade Inspector, Consumer Protection Public Agency, Basque Country Government

Alejandro Salcedo
Head of the Consumer Protection Service, Consumer Protection Public Agency, Government of Castilla-La Mancha


Ignacio Pla
Head of the Legal Department in ASNEF (National Association of Financial Credit Providers)

Thursday 29th April
State, Regional and UE Competences. Coordination or Intermingle of Administrative Competences. Efficient Cross border Exercise of Public Functions in Consumer Protection Issues.

General Reports

Giuseppe Abbamonte
Deputy Head of Unit Consumer´s Legal, Economic and Other Interest, European Commission.
“The Proposed EU Regulation on Enforcement Cooperation”

Manuel Rebollo
Professor of Administrative Law, University of Córdoba
“Administrative Consumer Competences. Territorial Boundaries y Competences Sharing Guidelines Among Territorial Administrations”

Angel Carrasco
Director of the Consumer Law Studies Centre, University of Castilla-La Mancha
“Consumer Administrative Competences and Sectorial Based Competences. Especially, Information Society and Telecommunications Regulations”

Panel. Exercise of Public Competentes as a Problem in Cross Border Situations. State and Regional Administrative Experiences. Especially, the Cases in Telecommunications Regulations and Products Safety
Chair: Manuel Rebollo

Carlos Macías
General Director of the Consumer Protection Public Agency, Government of Castilla-La Mancha

Elía R. Maldonado
General Director of the Consumer Protection Public Agency, Government of Andalucía

Juan Aguado
Representative Head on European Affairs of the OCU (Consumers and Users Organization). Spanish Representative in the Consumer Committee of the EU

Enrique Bel
General Subdirector on Consumer Arbitration Procedures, National Consumer Institute, Madrid


Friday 30th
Sectorial UE Directives and Framework Directive: the Proposed Directive on Unfair Commercial Practices

General Reports

Giuseppe Abbamonte
“Proposal for the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive”

Oscar López
Subdirector, Nacional Consumer Institute, Madrid
Spanish Position vis á vis the Proponed Framework Directive


Panel: Unfair Commercial Practices, Commercial Marketing Mechanisms, Open Clauses and the Benefices of a Framework Regulation
Chair: Oscar López

Victoria Villamar
Legal Advisor and Head of the Legal Department, BEUC (BEUC- The European Consumer´s Organization), Brussels

Eugenio Ribón
CEACU (Spanish Federation of Housewives, Consumers and Users)

José María Calvo
General Secretary of the Toledo Chamber of Commerce

INFORMATION
Celebration place:
Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales,
Cobertizo de San Pedro Mártir, s/n
45.071 TOLEDO (SPAIN)
Application: Free of Fees

The inscription can be formalized in the Consumer Law Studies Centre.
The inscription can be carried out for:
- Via electronic (consumo@uclm.es) ,
-To fill out the form that consists in the page web of Consumer Law Studies Centre.

Postal address is:
Vicerrectorado del Campus de Toledo
Palacio Cardenal Lorenzana
C/Cardenal Lorenzana, 1
45.071 TOLEDO
Phone number: 925-268800, extension 5018
Web: www.uclm.es/cesco
Inscription term: 1st March 2004 until 31st March 2004
The number of assistants is limited.
Accommodation in Toledo
The Consumer Law Studies Centre will facilitate information about the accommodation. However, the accommodation expenses will be paid by the assistants.



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Financiado en el marco del Programa Estatal de Fomento de la Investigación Científica y Técnica de Excelencia (Subprograma Estatal de Generación de Conocimiento) otorgado al Grupo de investigación y centro de investigación CESCO, «Mantenimiento y consolidación de una estructura de investigación dedicada al Derecho de consumo», dirigido por el Prof. Ángel Carrasco Perera de la UCLM, Ref.: DER2014-5606-P

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