13 November 2018
CNUE Annual Report 2017

CNUE Annual Report 2017

José Manuel García

President’s Foreword

The digitalisation of economic activities is a challenge and a priority that we share with the European institutions. Technological developments influence consumption patterns and the demands of our clients. Digital contracts, virtual identities, blockchain, artificial intelligence, digital heritage: these words are in tune with the times, with legal issues to be resolved and practical solutions to be found.

With a view to consolidating the digital single market, the European Commission is particularly active at legislative level: the Directive on online contracts and the supply of digital content, the creation of a single digital gateway and the company law legislative package.

José Manuel García Collantes
2017 CNUE President
A year in review

A year in review

CNUE – Transfer of Powers – Madrid, 16 January 2017

CNUE – Transfer of Powers – Madrid, 16 January 2017

16 Jan 2017 A Year in Review

Mr José Manuel García Collantes, a Spanish notary in Madrid, took over from Mr Paolo Pasqualis at the helm of the CNUE at a ceremony for the transfer of powers held in Madrid on Monday 16 January. Mr Rafael Catalá, the Spanish Minister of Justice, honoured the participants with his...

Message from Dr Marius Kohler, LL.M. (Harvard), up-coming CNUE President in 2018

With the EU legislator currently seeking to adapt the legal framework for cross-border business activity to today’s increasingly digitalised world, the German CNUE Presidency’s main concern will without doubt be primarily focused on the notary’s role in company law against the background of the envisaged EU instruments in this field (namely the Company Law Package and the Single Digital Gateway).
Marius Kohler