Building Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online (6) Print

 

Interoperability, Infrastructures and Architectures

 

Based upon the conceptual discussion and the lessons learned from the national and European case histories, the papers collected in this section analyse at various levels the problems affecting the interoperability in the European Civil Proceedings. They explore the ways in in which legal, technological, semantic and organizational conditions shape the circulation of agency in e-justice. One of the findings is that giving it a more generative, dynamic interpretation should enrich the concept of interoperability. These understandings have been finally used to outline design guidelines for European trans-border interoperability in the area of civil justice.

All the papers will be available by the end of May.

 

Legal Interoperability: the case of Euorpean Payment Order and of European Small Claims Procedure pdf_small

Marco Mellone


EPO and ESCP simulation UK-Italy claim pdf_small

Gar Yein Ng


Building Semantic Interoperability for European Civil Proceedings Online pdf_small

Marta Poblet, Josep Suquet, Antoni Roig and Jorge Gonzales-Conejero

 

Beyond Interoperability: Designing Systems for European Civil Proceedings Online pdf_small

Francesco Contini and Giovan Francesco Lanzara