🔸Nov 23th (Monday), 5 pm (CET)
Pandemic: Regulatory Framework and Practices
is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Western Ontario whose research focuses on digital content delivery, IP, and the Entertainment Industry. Recent speaking engagements include the Global Congress on IP and the Public Interest and the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference. „Fair Dealing, Online Teaching and Technological Neutrality: Lessons From the COVID-19 Crisis,” cowritten with Samuel Trosow is in the Intellectual Property Journal Vol. 32, Iss. 3 (Sept 2020).
is currently the Vice-President of Communia. Teresa is an attorney-at-law based in Lisbon, Portugal. She is also the Creative Commons Portuguese Chapter Lead. At Communia, Teresa works across the spectrum of user rights, with a special focus on education. She is part of Communia’s “Copyright for Education” team and she led several legal research projects on the area of education. She also represents Communia at the WIPO’s Standing Committee of Copyright and Related Rights.
Susan Isiko Štrba
combines teaching and research with providing policy and legislative advice and technical training to governments, intergovernmental organizations and civil society. She focuses mainly on human rights, intellectual property, trade and development. She is the author of International Copyright Law and Access to Education in Developing Countries: Exploring Multilateral Legal and Quasi-Legal Solutions. She researches technology, IP and the African Continental Free Trade Area.
🔸24.11 (wtorek), 17.00
Lockdown: twórcy i użytkownicy w nowej rzeczywistości
(Session in Polish only)
director of Music Export Poland. Former owner of the record company. Vice-president of Polish Society of Authors and Composers, member of CIAM ExCo. Jazz, pop and rock music composer, arranger, singer and music producer.
The creator and coordinator of the winning grant project Active Citizens British Council and the Krakow City Hall. Since 2018, she has been associated with PWM Edition as a coordinator of subsidized projects, incl. by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. As a promotion specialist she was responsible for organizing, among others press conferences, workshops, concerts, publications, film production and new recordings. Coordinator of the campaign „You are a creator – you have the right”.
trainer, advisor to institutions and non-governmental organizations. He learns how to implement new technologies, create and publish open resources. He teaches teachers, librarians and trainers how to find, select, and use them properly in their daily work. He cooperates with the Szkoła z Klasą Foundation, Panoptykon Foundation and the Geek Girls Carrots community.
🔸Nov 25th (Wednesday), 5 pm (CET)
Content Filtering and other Internet Disputes
is a copyright expert and project lead at German fundamental rights litigation organization GFF for the project control ©. Between 2014 and 2019, Julia was a Member of the European Parliament, where she focused her work on the EU copyright directive and the regulation of online platforms. Julia is a Shuttleworth Fellow and an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
Bernd Justin Jütte
is Assistant Professor in Intellectual Property At the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin. His research interest focuses on digital aspects of copyright law in the EU, in particular transformative creativity and the role of fundamental rights. He teaches at various European universities and is a Senior Research at the Faculty of Law, Vytautas Magnus University.
is postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Law, Politics and Development at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, and affiliated researcher at the CEU Center for Media Data and Society in Budapest. Her research focuses on intellectual property law and EU digital innovation policies, with particular regards to EU and comparative copyright law, copyright flexibilities, and distributive theories in digital cultural markets. She has been a visiting researcher at, among others, the Columbia Law School, University of Hamburg, CIPPM Bournemouth University, and served as visiting lecturer at the University of Münster, Yangon University, Central European University, and AILUN Nuoro.
Student of the law faculty at Jagiellonian University in Cracow. She took a part in the international exchangers programs at China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing and at University in Heidelberg. Her plans for the future assume work with the copyrights, new media, and international law. She took a part in national and university conferences, whereas discussing the problems as sampling or copyrights in PRC.
🔸Nov 26th (Thursday), 5 pm (CET)
Directive 2019/790 – Implementation and Interpretation
is an Associate at a Lithuanian law firm JurisConsultus, specialising in IP, IT & data protection law and dispute resolution. Julija is also a PhD candidate at Vytautas Magnus University where she a teaches technology law course. Julija’s research focuses on technology and its regulation with particular focus on AI-generated works and copyright law.
holds a PhD in law from the University of Nantes, France, which was presented on October 2020. Her PhD thesis entitled “Author’s rights and commercially unavailable works” examines solutions in order to make currently unavailable works accessible to the public. Alkistis is an attorney-at-law registered at the Bar of Athens and specializing in intellectual property. She is interested in digital rights management technologies and copyright law in cultural heritage institutions.
🔸Nov 27th (Friday), 5 pm (CET)
Game of Money: Copyright in the Gaming Industry
is qualified lawyer in Italy and works as a Managing Associate at Nctm Studio Legale in Rome. Luca’s career has always been highly focused on intellectual property law – a field in which Luca also earned an LL.M. in the U.S. in 2011 – and he has a solid expertise, besides copyright, designs and trademarks, also in the fashion, media, entertainment and art law practices. Luca is listed as a Rising Star in Managing IP’s Rising Stars latest listings for Italy.
5th year law student at the University of Warsaw. Her main interests focus on Intellectual Property Law, in particular – within creative sectors.. A member of Youth Internet Governance Forum Poland, European Horizons policy incubator and Women in AI, which brings together enthusiasts of artificial intelligence from various backgrounds. Despite legal interests, she wishes to become a journalist – you can find her articles in Rzeczpospolita, Pospolita.eu or lately, Poznaj Świat magazine.