Date(s) - 07/06/2018 - 08/06/2018
10:00 - 16:00
Kategorien Keine Kategorien
The conference aims to keep media law practitioners up-to-date by providing an overview of the
latest policy developments, legislative initiatives and case law in this field.
- Status quo of legislative packages contributing to the Digital Single Market
- Future framework for Audiovisual Media Services (AVMS Directive): finalisation of the trilogueand first view to the transposition requirements in Member States ; focus on video sharing platforms
- Enforceability of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from 25 May 2018: key changes for the media and IT sector
- The forthcoming e-privacy Regulation: where do we stand?, relationship to GDPR, future of cookies, advertising and other marketing measures
- SatCab Regulation between country of origin principle and principle of territoriality
- Ongoing competition law investigations concerning platforms and affecting media companies
- Impact of Brexit on the media market
- Liability approaches in copyright: conflict or interaction with e-commerce rules?
- Latest jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and of the European
- Court of Human Rights (EctHR) relevant for the media sector
Who should attend?
Lawyers in private practice specialised in media law and information technology, in-house counsel
and other legal practitioners in the media sector.
- Mark D. Cole, Professor, University of Luxembourg; Director for Academic Affairs, Institute of European Media Law (EMR), Saarbrucken
- Vincent de Dorlodot, General Counsel, RTL Group, Luxembourg
- Nico van Eijk, Professor of Information Law, Media and Telecommunication, University of Amsterdam
- Laurent Garzaniti, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Brussels
- Anna Herold, Head of Unit, AVMS Policy, DG CNECT, European Commission, Brussels
- Michael R. Kogler, Legal Adviser, Audiovisual, Media Law, Austrian Federal Chancellery, Vienna
- Dominique Moore, Member of the Legal Service, European Parliament, Brussels
- Eric Peters, Expert of Cabinet, Digital Economy and Society, European Commission, Brussels
- Grégoire Polad, Director General, Association of Commercial Television in Europe, Brussels
- Tobias Schmid, Director, Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia (LfM), Düsseldorf
- Eleni-Tatiani Synodinou, Associate Professor, Department of Law, University of Cyprus
|Thursday, 7 June 2018|
|09.00||Arrival and registration of participants|
|09.30||Opening of the seminar
Florence Hartmann-Vareilles and Mark D. Cole
|Keynote speech: Preparing the EU Single Market to the Digital World
|I. THE AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA SERVICES LEGAL LANSDCAPE UNDER REVIEW|
|10.30||Reform of the AVMSD: where do we stand?
|11.15||Reform of the AVMSD: the different perspectives at stake
Michael R. Kogler
|II. PLATFORMS AS NEW OBJECTS OF MEDIA REGULATION|
|14.15||More responsibilities for online media platforms?
EU legal framework and proposals in the pipeline
Nico van Eijk
|15.00||Round table discussion:
The future role and responsibilities of online platforms in case of illegal and harmful content
Vincent de Dorlodot
|III. IMPACT OF THE EU COPYRIGHT REFORM ON THE MEDIA SECTOR|
|17.00||Impact of the EU copyright reform on audiovisual media services and the online press
|17.45||End of first conference day|
|Friday, 8 June 2018|
|IV. OTHER KEY EU INITIATIVES IMPACTING THE MEDIA SECTOR|
|09.00||Entry into force of the EU General Data Protection Regulation: getting in line with the requirements|
|09.45||The new e-Privacy Regulation:
|11.15||Competition law and digital media: online platforms in focus
|V. CASE LAW UPDATE RELEVANT FOR THE MEDIA SECTOR|
|12.00||Recent and pending cases from the CJEU and ECtHR
|13.00||End of the conference|
You can download Programme (Annual Conference of European Media Law 2018) also in pdf version.
More information and registration at the website of the Academy of European Law