• Programme

    At the EFLA virtual Workshop dedicated to the topic of Origin labelling and geographical indications, the first presentation, by Mrs Nicole Coutrelis (Coutrelis & Associés), will address the situation in France, including the origin labelling of milk and the judgement of the CJEU on the Lactalis case. This will be followed by a presentation by Mrs Paola Corte (Studio Legale Corte), who will talk us through the Italian approach to origin labelling, to the importance of the designation "Made in Italy" and geographical indications, explaining the practical challenges. The third presentation will be delivered by Prof Andreas Meisterernst (Meisterernst Rechtsanwälte), who will address the German perspective on origin labelling, analysing whether the aim of the approach is consumer information or rather protectionism. The workshop will be concluded with the legal discussion on the presented topics.

    Should you wish to join this workshop, please click on the 'Ticket' button at the top of this page to access the online registration form and payment page. The workshop fee amounts to €80 (excl. VAT) for members and €130 (excl. VAT) for non-members. Please note that registration to this workshop is now closed.

    We look forward to seeing you virtually at the workshop!

  • Venue and timing

    This workshop will be held online only, on Tuesday 15th December, from 15:00 to 17:00 CET (Brussels’ time). The agenda for this workshop is as follows:
    • 15:00-15:10: Welcome address and introduction by the EFLA President Mrs Irene Verheijen, EFLA President
    • 15:10-15:40: The French case - origin labelling of milk – The ECJ Judgement of 1st October 2020 (C-485/18, Lactalis) Mrs Nicole Coutrelis, Coutrelis & Associes
    • 15:40-16:10: The Italian approach to origin labelling, "Made in Italy" and geographical indications Mrs Paola Corte, Studio Legale Corte
    • 16:10-16:35: The German perspective – consumer information or protectionism?  Prof Andreas Meisterernst, Meisterernst Rechtsanwälte
    • 16:35-16:55: Discussion session All Participants
    • 16:55-17:00: Closing remarks Mrs Irene Verheijen, EFLA President
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