Professor Peter Arnt Nielsen of CBS LAW was a speaker at the NYU webinar on the CISG’s impact over the last 40 years

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To mark the 40th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), New York University hosted a series of webinars to both assess the CISG’s impact over the last 40 years and to identify questions that are still open.

 

NYU
09/21/2020
To mark the 40th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), New York University’s Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Commercial Law and UNCITRAL, the United Nations’ Commission on International Trade Law host a series of webinars to both assess the CISG’s impact over the last 40 years and to identify questions that are still open. 
The first webinar was held on 9 September 2020, and it analyzed to what extent the CISG’s has had an impact on national legal systems. 
Franco Ferrari, NYU, acted as moderator. The speakers were Luca Castellani, UNCITRAL Secretariat, Lisa Spagnolo, Monash University (The CISG’s Impact in Australasia), Stefan Kröll, Bucerius Law School (The CISG’s Impact in Germany), Gustavo Cerqueira, University of Nîmes (The CISG’s Impact in Latin America), Peter Arnt Nielsen, CBS LAW (The CISG’s Impact in Scandinavia) and Clayton P. Gillette, NYU (The CISG’s Impact in the United States)
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