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Charlotte Conings speaks on e-evidence gathering

20 March 2018: Charlotte Conings speaks on e-evidence gathering

20 March 2018: Charlotte Conings speaks on e-evidence gathering

20.03.2018 BE law

Charlotte Conings speaks on e-evidence gathering as part of the permanent training of lawyers, organized by the bar of Bruges.

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

  • the latest developments in e-evidence gathering in criminal matters;
  • the impact of the implementation on 27 January 2017 of the 25 December 2016 act on IT investigations in criminal matters;
  • the (cross-border) obligation to cooperate in the Telecom and IT sectors.

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