Chambers Expert Focus | Technology
Are you looking to uncover the key trends and themes across the Technology legal space? Chambers Expert Focus provide both a regional and international view of the legal tech market, analysing future growth and providing insights into the market dynamics that share this sector. Areas of tech law including blockchain, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and M&A transactions are analysed by legal experts.
Rocco Panneta of PANETTA Studio Legale discusses whether the implementation of data protection rules will signal the end of free internet supported by advertising.
Zeynep Sener and Yegan Liaje, co-founders and partners of LINER LAW in Istanbul, provide an overview of how both “Marketplaces” and “Sellers” in Turkey are bound by the Amended E-Commerce Law and the E-Commerce Regulation, which came into effect on 1 January 2023.
Sayobani Basu and Anant Misra of AZB & Partners discuss the judgment passed by the Karnataka High Court in X Corp v Union of India & Another.
In this web summit, held to mark the publication of the Chambers Blockchain 2023 Global Practice Guide, Greg Strong of DLx Law moderates a panel discussion featuring Melissa Lim of Walkers, Tju Liang Chua of Drew & Napier and Ben Bathgate, now of WeirFoulds. The panel focus on developments in blockchain technology, recent bankruptcies and the contrast between centralised and decentralised blockchain technology.
In this web summit, held to mark the publication of the Chambers Technology M&A 2023 Global Practice Guide, George Casey, global managing partner of Shearman & Sterling, moderates a panel discussion featuring Ilya Tkachuk of Integrites, Don Suh of Kim & Chang and Harald Selzner of Noerr, which focuses on trends in technology mergers and acquisitions.
Consider the classification of cryptocurrencies in Brazil and the extent to which they are subject to regulatory oversight.
The various forms of threats that organisations must address under NIS2.
The challenges of protecting personal data, especially in light of the increased use of AI technology in a growing number of sectors.
The effect of the EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act on vendor management and outsourcing.
A discussion of the key features of India’s new Digital Personal Data Protection Act
The compliance and reporting obligations surrounding virtual digital assets.
A review of the new medical device regulatory landscape in Brazil.
The role of cyber insurance and how it relates to the cyber incidents that businesses may face.
The role of agile contracts in software development, and their effect on the parties to such contracts.
AI and IP
What does AI mean for the future and how will intellectual property rights be enforced in the age of artificial intelligence?
How the world’s first comprehensive AI law is restoring faith in this controversial technology.
The legal complexities surrounding the use of copyrighted content in the training of AI.
The changing environment surrounding the applicability of IP rights in a climate of rapidly advancing AI technology.
Exploring the key data protection and privacy requirements for global data processors.
Finding the balance between protecting individuals' data privacy rights and maintaining public safety.
The most common questions concerning China’s data protection regime, particularly in the context of cross-border data transfers.
With artificial intelligence becoming increasingly sophisticated, respect for fundamental rights on the part of the data controller remains vital.
Ongoing and developing EU and US perspectives on privacy considerations with respect to cross-border clinical trials.
The key privacy developments of 2022 and where privacy regulators will go in 2023.
The regulation of DTx products in China and best practices for collecting and processing data through DTx products.
Implementing cloud computing services in Poland has become as much technology transition as regulatory project.
The various requirements companies must now comply with when transferring personal information from China abroad.
Crypto, cybersecurity and tech crime
The many benefits of a code of conduct for all participants in the European gig economy.