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1 December 2017: Charlotte Conings speaks at M&D’s seminar on corporate criminal law

1 December 2017: Charlotte Conings speaks at M&D’s seminar on corporate criminal law

1 December 2017: Charlotte Conings speaks at M&D’s seminar on corporate criminal law

07.11.2017 BE law

On 1 December, Charlotte Conings will participate in M&D’s seminar on corporate criminal law.

She will elaborate on the theme of IT criminal law and focus on the following subjects:

  • the latest developments in criminal investigations for digital evidence;
  • the impact of the implementation on 27 January 2017 of the 25 December 2016 law on the expansion of the BOM law and IT investigation;
  • the (cross-border) obligation to cooperate in the Telecom and IT sectors;
  • the data retention obligation and the European and national jurisdiction thereof.

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