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Data Protection, Smart Products, Blockchain Technology and Bitcoins. Challenges for Law in Practice / April 19-20, 2018, Mogliano Veneto

The Italian Superior School for Lawyers organize

Data Protection, Smart Products, Blockchain Technology and Bitcoins. Challenges for Law in Practice

Italy, Mogliano Venetom Villa Braida Via Bonisiolo n. 16

April 19-20, 2018

Organisers
Alberto De Franceschi, Michele Graziadei, Oreste Pollicino, Federica Riente, Reiner Schulze, Salvatore Sica, Pietro Sirena

Technological developments are having an increasingly significant impact on individuals and enterprises: New business opportunities and smart technologies are widely changing the equilibrium of the established paradigms that form the basis of many legal rules.

This interdisciplinary conference brings together leading experts from Europe and beyond, addressing the impact of digital technology on the law in light of the latest legislative developments.

The focus will be set on
• The role of personal and non-personal data; The protection of users’ and businesses’ rights in contracts for the supply of digital contents;
• The increasing interplay between data trade and data protection in light of the latest legislative developments, as e.g. the General Data Protection Regulation, which applies as of 25 May 2018;
• The challenges of the Internet of Things, with a specific focus on domotics, smart mobility and self-driving vehicles;
• The issues of smart contracts, blockchain technology, Bitcoins and other virtual currencies.

Programme
Thursday, 19th April 2018, SALA Doge
8:30 Registration
9:00 Welcome addresses
Andrea Pasqualin (Member of the Italian Bar Association)
Salvatore Sica (University of Salerno, Member of the Italian Bar Association)
Antonio Rosa (President of the Italian Lawyers’ Congressional Organisation)
Patrizia Corona (President of the Union of the Three Venetian Regions Bar Associations)
Federica Riente (Union of the Three Venetian Regions Bar Associations – International Committee)
9:30 I. Scope and aims of the conference
Alberto De Franceschi (University of Ferrara, Co-coordinator of the European Law Institute’s Digital Law SIG)
9:40 II. Introduction
Reiner Schulze (University of Münster, Co-coordinator of the European Law Institute’s Digital Law SIG)
Christiane Wendehorst (University of Vienna and President of the European Law Institute) tbc
Michele Graziadei (University of Turin, Coordinator of the European Law Institute’s Italian Hub) tbc
10:10 III. Digital Economy and the Disruption of Traditional Concepts
Chair: Sjef van Erp (University of Maastricht and Vice-President of the European Law Institute)
Ownership and Possession in the Digital Age?
Herbert Zech (University of Basel)
Legal Challenges of the Changing Role of Personal and Non-Personal Data
Josef Drexl (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Director at Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich)
10:45 Discussion
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 IV. The Processing of Personal Data in light of the General Data Protection Regulation
Chair: Hans Christoph Grigoleit (Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich)
The Consent for the Processing of Personal Data
Martin Schmidt-Kessel (University of Bayreuth)
Artificial Intelligence and the Regulation of Algorithms
Hans-W. Micklitz (European University Institute, Florence)
Algorithmic Transparency
Christoph Busch (University of Osnabrück)
13:10 Discussion
13:30 Lunch
14:30 V. The Processing of Personal Data in light of the General Data Protection Regulation
Chair: Pietro Sirena (Bocconi University, Milan)
The Role of the Data Protection Officer: A new Challenge for Enterprises and Authorities
Bénédicte Fauvarque-Cosson (University of Paris II)
The Processing of Health Data
Silvia C. Bauer (Luther Law Firm, Cologne)
The Digital Inheritance
Giorgio Resta (University of Roma Tre)
15:30 Discussion
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 VI. Liability for Digital Products
Chair: Stefan Grundmann (Humboldt University of Berlin and European University Institute, Florence)
Liability for Autonomous Systems
Hans Schulte-Nölke (University of Osnabrück and University of Nijmegen)
Challenges for Tort Law in the 3D Printing: Disruption of the Liability Regime
Geraint Howells (City University of Hong Kong)
3D Printing: A new Regime for the Conformity with the contract?
Christian Twigg-Flesner (University of Warwick)
17:30 Discussion
18:00 Concluding remarks
18:30 End

Friday, 20th April 2018, SALA DOGE
9:00 VII. Smart Contracts and Blockchain Technology
Chair: Sjef van Erp (University of Maastricht and Vice-President of the European Law Institute)
The conclusion of Smart Contracts
Jan Smits (University of Maastricht) invited
The Boundaries of Digital Jurisdictions: Digital Autonomous Organisations between Blockchain Technology and the Law
Florian Möslein (University of Marburg)
10:00 Discussion
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 VIII. Bitcoins and the Challenge of Virtual Currencies
Chair: Oreste Pollicino (Bocconi University, Milan)
The Payment with Bitcoins and other Virtual Currencies
François Barriere (University of Lyon 2)
Liability in the World of Virtual Currencies
12:00 Discussion
12:30 Lunch
1st Afternoon Session, SALA DOGE
14:00 IX. Internet of Things and Domotics
Chair: Antonio Gambaro (University of Milan) tbc
Civil Liability in the Internet of Things and Domotics
Philipp Hacker (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Francesco Mezzanotte (University of Roma Tre)
15:00 Discussion
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 X. Smart mobility and Self-Driving Vehicles
Chair: Hans Schulte-Nölke (University of Osnabrück and University of Nijmegen)
A risk-management approach to autonomous driving
Andrea Bertolini (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa)
Francesco Paolo Patti (Bocconi University)
17:00 Discussion
2nd Afternoon Session, SALA SAN MARCO
14:00 XI. The ELI Digital Law Special Interest Group
Chair: Reiner Schulze (University of Münster)
The Liability of Online Intermediary Platforms
Christoph Busch (University of Osnabrück) and Hans Schulte-Nölke (University of Osnabrück and University of Nijmegen)
Free Flow of Data and Data Property
Christiane Wendehorst (University of Vienna and ELI President) tbc
Internet of Things
Hans Schulte-Nölke (University of Osnabrück and University of Nijmegen)
The Liability for Robotics
Andrea Bertolini (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa)
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 XII. The ELI Digital Law Special Interest Group
Chair: Alberto De Franceschi (University of Ferrara)
Big Data and Personalization of Private Law
Christoph Busch (University of Osnabrück)
The Digital Technology Law Clinic
Michel Cannarsa (Catholic University of Lyon)
The Data Protection Officer in the GDPR
Bénédicte Fauvarque-Cosson (University of Paris II)
3D Printing
Christian Twigg-Flesner (University of Warwick)
Information and Intermediation in the Digital World
Hans-W. Micklitz (European University Institute, Florence)
17:30 Round Table
Chair: Martin Selmayr (European Commission) invited
Roberta Bardelle (International Judicial Cooperation, Italian Ministry of Justice, Rome)
Domenico Combareri (Notary, Milan)
Virgilio D’Antonio (University of Salerno)
Michael Lehmann (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich)
Oreste Pollicino (Bocconi University, Milan)
Giovanni Maria Riccio (University of Salerno)
Giordano Riello (Vice-President of the Italian young Industrialists and CEO of NPLUS S.r.l.)
Federica Riente (Union of the Three Venetian Regions Bar Associations – International Committee)
Salvatore Sica (University of Salerno)
Julian Winn (Luther Law Firm, Düsseldorf)
19:00 End

Confirmed Speakers
Dr. Roberta Bardelle (Italian Ministry of Justice – International Judicial Cooperation)
Prof. François Barriere (University of Lyon 2)
Dr. Andrea Bertolini (Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa)
Prof. Christoph Busch (University of Osnabrück)
Prof. Michel Cannarsa (Catholic University of Lyon)
Dr. Domenico Combareri (Notary, Milan)
Prof. Virgilio D’Antonio (University of Salerno)
Dr. Alberto De Franceschi (University of Ferrara)
Prof. Josef Drexl (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich)
Prof. Bénédicte Fauvarque-Cosson (University of Paris II)
Prof. Hans Christoph Grigoleit (Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich)
Prof. Stefan Grundmann (Humboldt University of Berlin and European University Institute, Florence)
Dr. Philipp Hacker (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Prof. Geraint Howells (City University of Hong Kong)
Prof. Michael Lehmann (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich)
Dr. Francesco Mezzanotte (University of Roma Tre)
Prof. Hans-W. Micklitz (European University Institute, Florence)
Prof. Florian Möslein (University of Marburg)
Dr. Francesco Paolo Patti (Bocconi University, Milan)
Prof. Oreste Pollicino (Bocconi University, Milan)
Prof. Giorgio Resta (University of Roma Tre)
Prof. Giovanni Maria Riccio (University of Salerno)
Dr. Giordano Riello (Vice-President of the Italian young Industrialists and CEO of NPLUS S.r.l.)
Avv. Federica Riente (International Committee – Union of the Three Venetian Regions Bar Associations)
Prof. Martin Schmidt-Kessel (University of Bayreuth)
Prof. Hans Schulte-Nölke (University of Osnabrück and University of Nijmegen)
Prof. Reiner Schulze (University of Münster)
Prof. Salvatore Sica (University of Salerno)
Prof. Pietro Sirena (Bocconi University, Milan)
Prof. Christian Twigg-Flesner (University of Warwick)
Prof. Sjef van Erp (University of Maastricht and Vice-President of the European Law Institute)
RA Julian Winn (Luther Law Firm, Düsseldorf)
Prof. Herbert Zech (University of Basel)

The programme will be updated 12 Credits for Professional Training granted by the Italian Superior School for Lawyers

Info and Registration: segreteria@anftreviso.it

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