03 Jul LUISS Summer School 2020: training on agri-food trade Canada-EU and CETA by CSIC with Nctm Law Firm
Two days of theoretical-practical lessons on Canada, CETA and opportunities for the agri-food of the European Union, coordinated by the director at CSIC Paolo Quattrocchi with Nctm Law Firm, on the occasion of the Summer School 2020 organized by the LUISS School of Law
On 6 and 7 July 2020 we will deepen the theme of Canada-EU relations and the prospects opened by the entry into force of CETA for the European and especially Italian agri-food sector.
The two-day training is included in the work of the Summer School (from 3 to 11 July) organized by the LUISS University of Rome which includes a program of lessons on “International Trade and Food Law. The EU and its leading trade partners – Trade – Contracts – Business.”
Paolo Quattrocchi, director at Centro Studi Italia Canada, with Nctm Law Firm accepted the invitation from LUISS School of Law to take care of the 12-hour in-depth training module dedicated to the Canadian system.
The central themes of Canada-EU trade relations in the agri-food sector will be examined, particularly interesting for the Italian sector: the methods of protecting Geographical Indications, the new Canadian legislation on intellectual property and food safety. We will also talk about CETA, the free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union. The treaty entered into force, albeit provisionally, on 21 September 2017.
IN-DEPTH TRAINING MODULE CANADA – EU
Coordinators: Paolo Quattrocchi with Nctm Law Firm
Lessons: 12 hours | July 6 and 7, 2020 | from 2 to 8 pm
- Canada Country presentation
- Import/export Canada-EU in the agricultural sector and e-commerce
- Doing business in Canada from a legal point of view
- F.T.A. – Free Trade Agreements and CETA – Comprensive Economic Trade Agreement
- Geografic Indications in Canada from CETA to the Canadian Intellectual Property Law
- Cheese Industry in Canada
- Wine and Spirits in Canada
- Exporting meat products to Canada
- The retail food industry in Canada
- Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR)
Cesare Baratta | CEO at La Felinese Salumi S.p.A.
Celso Boscariol | Watson Goepel LLP
Francesco Granata | Senior Associate at Nctm Law Firm
Luca Guidobaldi | Managing Associate at Nctm Law Firm
Nash Huntley | Save on Food
Bernard O’Connor | Partner at Nctm Law Firm
Patrick Pelliccione in collaboration with Assolatte | Council Directors at International Cheese Council of Canada
Paolo Quattrocchi | Director at Centro Studi Italia Canada, Partner at Nctm Law Firm
Ruggiera Sarcina | The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada (ICCC) – Montreal
Noemi Trombetti | ITA Group Canada Inc.
Info and complete program of the Summer School.