The European Digital Single Market – Breaking Down Digital Barriers, Click by Click
30 March 2017 - 01 April 2017
With digital technologies shaping the world we live in and increasingly affecting our everyday life, Europe has long grappled with its regulations presenting a barrier to the growth of its digital economy. Against that backdrop, in spring 2015 the European Commission announced its ‘Digital Single Market’ strategy with a view to tearing down regulatory walls and facilitating the creation of a free and secure European digital single market. This initiative focuses on creating a favourable environment for businesses and consumers to get easier access to online goods and services across Europe. Furthermore, the proposalaims foster the growth and development of digital networks along with the expansion and evolution of the European digital economy.
From e-commerce to big data, geo-blocking to the liability of online service providers, audio-visual media to data security, and taxation to Brexit, the Organising Committee and the AIJA IP and TMT Commission cordially invite you to join us in discussing the hottest topics across the EU legal landscape. And what better location for our seminar than Dublin, Ireland - somewhere that translates for most of us as “digital”, despite the language we may speak.
The seminar is targeted to both attorneys and in-house counsel, as well as any corporate executives engaged in contract work, data processing or intellectual property matters.
The OC looks forward to welcome you in Dublin!
|+ VAT if applicable||<= 2017-03-07||> 2017-03-07|
|AIJA member < 35||390,00 €||465,00 €|
|AIJA member >= 35||440,00 €||515,00 €|
|Non AIJA member < 35||490,00 €||565,00 €|
|Non AIJA member >= 35||540,00 €||615,00 €|
|IN-HOUSE||150,00 €||150,00 €|
|Speakers||390,00 €||465,00 €|
|Local young barristers||290,00 €||290,00 €|
Thursday 30 March 2017
Welcome Drinks at The Honorable Society of King's Inns, Henrietta Place, Dublin 1
Kindly sponsored by the Bar of Ireland
Friday 31 March 2017
Saturday 01 April 2017
BARDEHLE PAGENBERG (GERMANY)
SALGER Rechtsanwälte PartGmbB (GERMANY)
Claire Hogan BL
General Council of The Bar of Ireland (IRELAND)
A & L Goodbody (IRELAND)
Mason Hayes & Curran (IRELAND)
COBALT Law Firm (ESTONIA)