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Judica Krikke and Erik Valgaeren speak at IBA Legal Risks and New Technologies Conference

Judica Krikke and Erik Valgaeren speak at IBA Legal Risks and New Technologies Conference

Judica Krikke and Erik Valgaeren speak at IBA Legal Risks and New Technologies Conference

22.01.2015

IBA’s Technology Law Committee organizes the 4th edition of its Biennial Technology Law Committee Conference in Brussels on 22 and 23 January. The focus of this edition is “Legal risks and new technologies: challenges for the modern enterprise”.

Erik Valgaeren, partner in our Brussels office, is one of the co-chairs of this conference. Furthermore, he moderates a debate on 22 January that focuses on risks and security issues associated with the introduction of new technologies.

Judica Krikke, partner in our Amsterdam office, contributes to a debate on 23 January on software asset management.

For more information about the conference, click here.


 

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