Speaking slot

14 December 2017: Erik Valgaeren speaks on Internet Litigation at the University of Luxembourg

14 December 2017: Erik Valgaeren speaks on Internet Litigation at the University of Luxembourg

14 December 2017: Erik Valgaeren speaks on Internet Litigation at the University of Luxembourg

06.12.2017 BE law

On Thursday 14 December, Erik Valgaeren teaches a class on Internet Litigation at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg.

He will discuss the legal framework, new e-legislations, the relevance of fundamental rights, the role of the Courts and regulators, various legal relationships and make a forecast for IT-lawyers.

Related news

21.10.2021 EU law
Law and Artificial Intelligence (part one): towards a European civil liability regime? The European Parliament goes one step further…

Articles - For the European Union, it is time to have uniformed rules on artificial intelligence (AI). On 20 October 2020, the European Parliamentary Assembly adopted, on the basis of three reports, three resolutions on AI from three different perspectives. These resolutions have recently (on 6 October 2021) been published in the Official Journal.

Read more

21.10.2021 EU law
Law and Artificial Intelligence (part two): towards a European framework in line with the ethical values of the EU? The European Parliament goes one step further…

Articles - For the European Union, it is time to have uniformed rules on artificial intelligence (AI). On 20 October 2020, the European Parliamentary Assembly adopted, on the basis of three reports, three resolutions on AI from three different perspectives. These resolutions have recently (on 6 October 2021) been published in the Official Journal.

Read more

21.10.2021 EU law
Law and Artificial Intelligence (part three): towards a European perspective in intellectual property? The European Parliament goes one step further…

Articles - For the European Union, it is time to have uniformed rules on artificial intelligence (AI). On 20 October 2020, the European Parliamentary Assembly adopted, on the basis of three reports, three resolutions on AI from three different perspectives. These resolutions have recently (on 6 October 2021) been published in the Official Journal.

Read more