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Center for International Legal Studies

Immigration and Employment Issues for Business, Investors and Families

Kitzbühel, Austria, Sunday, 1 February - Saturday, 7 February 2009

Speakers will examine current developments and policy issues in international business immigration such as global transfers and opening overseas offices, national immigration perspectives, visas, temporary or permanent residence, family reunions, trusts, estates and taxation, wealth transfer, international workforce mobility, cross-cultural issues

The retreat starts on Sunday, 1 February at 6.00 p.m. with a cocktail reception and opening dinner. Sessions run Monday - Friday, with four hours of seminars per day. The seminar language is English. There is time for recreation and leisure.

The Center will certify up 1.8 CLE credits (based on 50-min hours) and/or 1.5 CLE/CPD (based on 60-min hours) per 90-min session attended

Fees include six nights luxury accommodation, all dinners, all breakfasts, travel insurance, materials and CLE/CPD Accreditation

Dress: Business Casual

Transfers between Salzburg Airport and Hotel Schloss Lebenberg run 1 and 7 Feb as per CILS schedule

Registered Delegates and Faculty

Jan Al-Erhayem, Wahe H. Balekjian, Frédéric Calinaud, Clayton E. Cartwright, Stephane Coulaux, Roland Dahlman, Laura Devine, Nash Joseph Fayad, Tamás Fézer, Kirsten Frijs, Leila Hamzaoui, Sergio R. Karas, John Korsø Jensen, Hanne Magnussen, Gunther Mävers, Marco Mazzeschi, Lois McCutchan, Peter Mezei, Thomas Rihm, Henrik B. Sanders, Mette Ravn Steenstrup, Yoshikazu Sugino, Philip S. Thorsen, Susumu Yamagami, Gudrun Monika Zagel,