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Trinity College Dublin
ANNUAL ICEL IT LAW CONFERENCE
Friday 26th June , 9.30am – 5pm (Registration 9am)
Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2
6 CPD points
The conference will focus on recent development in Data Protection, Privacy and Intellectual Property Law.
To view the programme, click here.
Confirmed speakers and topics
Chair of morning session: The Hon. Mr Brian Cregan SC
The Hon. Mr Frank Clarke SC - Conflicting Obligations: cross border duties of disclosure and privacy in both public and private law.
Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner - Regulatory Priorities under a Better Resourced Data Protection Régime
Claire Morrissey, Partner, A&L Goodbody - The interaction between data subject access requests and discovery
Patricia McGovern, DFMG Solicitors - Impact of the Unified Patent Court on IP practice
Paul Anthony McDermott BL - Data protection litigation – current trends and future development
John Tully BL, Carlow Institute of Technology - The emerging tort of misuse of private information
Dr Kristina Irion, Marie Curie Fellow, University of Amsterdam - How cloud computing transforms the (legal) relationship between individuals and their digital assets
Dr Eleonora Rosati, University of Southampton - An overview of recent ECJ copyright judgments
Gerard Kelly, Partner, Mason, Hayes and Curran - Copyright litigation in Ireland
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