Copyright Contracts Tomorrow
Copyright contract law is on the move. This one-day symposium brings together a group of eminent experts to determine where it is heading and how this will impact legal practice.
Scrutinising a hot topic largely disregarded to date, the morning programme focuses on the implementation of the brand-new contract law rules in the 2019 Digital Single Market Directive, as well as on its implications for the future of copyright contracts in Belgium and its neighbouring countries. In the afternoon, a new light will be shed on a selection of copyright contracting issues that have arisen from the digital context.
Held in English with a hands-on comparative approach, this symposium will be valuable for both Belgian and international IP specialists, and in particular for legal academics, magistrates, attorneys, company lawyers and other practitioners, triggered by the same question: What will our copyright contract law look like tomorrow?
09.00 u Registration
09.30 u Hendrik Vanhees and Simon Geiregat
Introduction to the symposium and to the morning sessions
Morning programme: Implementation of the contract provisions in the DSM Directive
Chair: Hendrik Vanhees
09.45 Alain Strowel Belgian implementation & selected remarks
10.10 Dirk Visser Implementation in the Netherlands
10.35 Patrick Zurth Implementation in Germany
11.00 Coffee break
11.15 Séverine Dusollier Implementation in France
11.40 Paul Torremans
and Alina Trapova A British point of view
12.05 Chair Discussion time
Afternoon programme: Copyright contracting in the digital context
Chair: Sam Granata
13.30 Chair Introduction to the afternoon sessions
13.45 Simon Geiregat What digital content consumers (should) want
14.15 Liliia Oprysk Restrictions on the use of the digital content and the Digital Content Directive: EULAs, terms and conditions and beyond
14:45 Alina Trapova AI, video games and end-user licence agreements
15.15 Jozefien Vanherpe Copyright contracts at the frontiers – a closer consideration from a conflict of laws perspective
15.45-16.00 Chair Discussion time & final remarks
195 euros (excl. VAT)
Including lunch, morning and afternoon coffee break and publication with the contributions of this symposium (value 90 euros).
IBJ: 5 pt.
OVB: 6 pt.