Webcast with Ministry of Justice & EC

07 October 2009

The PEP Partnership set up and chaired a webcast with officials from the UK Ministry of Justice and the European Commission to discuss the new rules on cross-border fines enforcement.

The webcast, on Friday 9th October, broadcast live over the web to a global audience. Delegates registered for the event represented more than 60 organisations from many EU member states including the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Malta and Belgium, Lithuania and the Czech Republic.

Details of the event are available here:

Full Webcast details here: http://bit.ly/sparks-webcast

Audio only playback here:
 

The webcast is part of the SPARKS Network activities that the PEP Partnership manages.

 

 

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