International Technology Law European Conference
Oct 30 2019 - Nov 02 2019
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The Shelbourne, 22 St Stephen's Green, Dublin,
This conference boasts attendees from more than 40 countries and a forward-looking conversation on the most cutting-edge legal tech topics.
Artificial intelligence: To highlight current developments and innovation in AI across a range of sectors including financial services and healthcare and to examine the legal and ethical challenges of commercializing and using AI.
Blockchain: Blockchain touches every country and provides an opportunity for a very global comparative discussion on how it can deliver commercial benefits and what regulatory or risk considerations are impeding adoption of blockchain.
FinTech: The evolution of FinTech start-ups, trends in relation to collaboration with established FS institutions, and a comparative analysis for regulatory trends in fintech, particularly those to stimulate FinTech innovation.
Data Protection: How international political developments (including Brexit) and increased regulatory intervention and powers are influencing corporate decision making in relation to data protection compliance
Data Protection: Comparative analysis of regulatory enforcement trends and developments.
Legal Tech: How technological innovation is shaping the legal services market, new legal tech solutions, examples of successful legal service delivery transformation, and the challenges law firms face in procuring and getting value from new Legal Tech solutions.
Trends in Technology Sourcing: The commoditization of technology lowers cost but doesn't necessary reduce risk or regulatory requirements in relation to contracting. What is trending in smart sourcing and risk management, including a comparative analysis of regulatory perspectives and consequences of big IT failures and practical lessons to learn from such failures.
Cybersecurity: An examination of the increasing proliferation of cyber-security breaches and their sophisticated nature, and how companies can manage these risks and the related regulatory burdens.
IP Dispute Resolution: Selecting the right forum and recent trends in IP dispute resolution.
eSports/Gaming: Examining legal developments and frameworks for supporting eSports and gaming.
Government Agencies: Reconciling the desire for governments to access personal data held by companies including tech companies with individuals’ rights to privacy and data protection: where is the line drawn? and Government Cybersecurity Topic Themes: What are governments doing to manage cyber risks to key services and infrastructure including a review of EU NIS Directive
Digital Transformation: A cross-sector analysis of digital transformation, case studies of successful digital transformation projects and how new legislative