26 May 2021
11:15 am – 06:30 pm CET
To celebrate the publication of The Routledge Handbook of EU Copyright Law, edited by IFIM Director, Prof Eleonora Rosati, IFIM is delighted to host an online conference to discuss the current state and future of EU copyright law together with the authors of the individual chapters of the Handbook.
Join us on Wednesday, 26 May 2021 for a day of discussions of the most relevant issues facing this area of the law, including recent legislation and case law.
The event will be held online (Zoom).
Here’s the programme of the day:
11:15-11:20 Welcome (Per Jonas Nordell)
11:20-11:30 Introductory remarks (Eleonora Rosati)
11:30-12:00 Copyright and related rights: when does and should protection arise?
12:00-12:55 The scope of exclusive rights and liability for the doing of unauthorized acts
13:40-14:40 The state of copyright exceptions and limitations
- Stavroula Karapapa
- Maurizio Borghi
- Sabine Jacques
- Alain Strowel and Rossana Ducato
- Bill Patry
- Daniël Jongsma
15:10-15:50 Copyright enforcement: the technological and cross-border dimensions
16:15-17:15 The law and policy of EU harmonization and the role of the CJEU
17:40-18:20 What lies ahead for EU copyright? General discussion
18:20-18:30 Concluding remarks (Eleonora Rosati)
Attendance is free, but registration is required.
Registered participants will receive the Zoom joining instructions by email the day before the conference.