Seminar

Stibbe hosts NGB Extra Seminar about product development and counsel’s role at the interface of new technology and law

Stibbe hosts NGB Extra Seminar about product development and counsel’s role at the interface of new technology and law

Stibbe hosts NGB Extra Seminar about product development and counsel’s role at the interface of new technology and law

11.10.2018 NL law

On 11 October 2018, Stibbe will host the NGB (Dutch Association of Corporate Lawyers) Extra Seminar.  IT/IP lawyers Judica Krikke, Jasper Klopper, Marc Spuijbroek and Frederiek Fernhout will discuss the practical aspects of the development of innovative new products. 

Product development and role of counsel

Due to new product development processes, the role of legal counsel is changing. They will increasingly have to operate at the interface of technology and law and be involved at an early stage of product development to add value in the process. On 11 October, IP/IT lawyers of Stibbe will discuss the practical aspects involved in the development of a new product  as well as the role played by counsel in the various stages of this process. During her presentation, Judica will also highlight IT & contract law and binding agreements concluded via the Internet or apps.

To register, please go to the website of the  NGB. For more information please contact us via StibbeEvents@stibbe.com.

Practical information

Date: 11 October 2018 (14.30 – 18:15 hours)
Location: Beethovenplein 10, 1077 WM, Amsterdam
 

Kindly note this seminar will be held in Dutch and is for NGB-members only. To apply for membership, please visit the website of the NGB.

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