Why this conference?
Digital media has grown explosively in the past few years, fueled by a combination of greater reliance on the internet, mobile devices, social media and advert-funded business models. This event will provide you with comprehensive coverage of this ever changing landscape and explore the legal challenges involved in exploiting user generated content.
What to expect:
This conference will take a comprehensive look at the challenges faced by the industry and allows you to obtain expert knowledge on how to tackle these challenges
The entire conference will be held under Chatham House Rule, allowing for an open and balanced discussion
A diverse speaking faculty of international experts
Hot topics for 2018 Include:
- Digital regulation
- Illegal content
- Developments from Brussels
- Do they matter though? Brexit and all that...
- Latest cases
- European changes
Niche regulatory issues: Quickfire Q&A
- Don't leave without knowing the latest on:
- E-Privacy Directive – will it happen and what will be its impact?
- Digital tax – developments in regulation and transparency
- Competition and the Internet
- Employment law issues in the sharing economy
- The regulation of online payments
- The regulation of online news
YOUR ESTEEMED CHAIR FOR THE DAY!
This timely and thought provoking programme has been developed in consultation with Ashley Hurst, Partner at Osborne Clarke
Ashley is a commercial litigator and solicitor-advocate with a particular specialism in disputes relating to the internet, data, and reputation.
50% Academic Discount
50% academic discount is available to full time academics and students. Please get in touch with us to take advantage of the discount: law@KNect365.com
A number of high-profile speaking opportunities are available. Email to discuss how you can get involved.
You can benefit from early-bird and group booking discounts. Reserve your place now to secure the best rate for this market leading event.