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As the world evolves, so must Intellectual Property.
Join us in our quest to re-imagine the role of IP.
Fide and TIPSA (Transatlantic Intellectual Property Academy) join forces to organize a serial of digital encounters to try and find out if Intellectual Property is equipped to face the ongoing changes that our world is experiencing.
All online encounters are opened to any interested person and speakers have been selected among the most relevant IP scholars and professionals all over the world.
The situation we live in has highlighted and made unstoppable something that we already knew: we are heading towards a world in which intangible assets are going to be key in a society oriented towards artificial intelligence and the data economy, where Industry 4.0,
Biotechnology and Biocomputing will be the keywords for the future.
So, the question is served: if intangible assets are increasingly important, how is the Intellectual Property system duly equipped to respond to the needs of this new world?
Let us address this fundamental issue with courage !!!
The Global Digital Encounters form integral part of the solidarity projects run by both organizations to support the international, European and national plans to overcome the sanitary and financial consequences of the COVID-19
Bocconi University. Director of TIPSA. Chair of the European IP Teachers Network. Member of Fide’s Academic Council.
University of Alicante. Member of Fide’s Academic Council.
IE University. Member of Fide’s Academic Council.
GDE 23: IP enforcement and Cybersecurity
December 13th, 2022 @ 5 pm CET
Thursday, November 10th, 2022
With Richard GOLD, Roberto CASO, Julien CABAY, and Prodromos Tsiavos.
Wednesday, June 29th, 2022
With Andres GUADAMUZ, Greg PRYOR and Michaela MacDonald
Recording and report available!
Wednesday, May 11th, 2022
With Claudia TAPIA, Igor NIKOLIC and Laurent MANDERIEUX
Video and report available!
Wednesday, March 30th, 2022
With Javier FERNÁNDEZ LASQUETTY, Giuseppe MAZZIOTTI and Giuseppina D’AGOSTINO
Thursday, January 20th, 2022 (4pm – 5pm CET)
With Andrea RIZZI, Alina TRAPOVA and Carmelo FONTANA
Video, Report and References available!
Wednesday, November 24th, 2021
With Ruud PETERS, Jorge L. CONTRERAS, Elena KOSTADINOVA and Jorge PADILLA
Thursday, October 14th, 2021
With Malcolm BAIN, Caroline BERUBE and Joe SEKHON
Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
With Prof. Marketa TRIMBLE, Prof. Toshiyuki KONO, Prof. Axel METZGER, and Prof. Pedro DE MIGUEL ASENSIO
Thursday, July 15th, 2021
With Dominique GUELLEC, Guido NOTO LA DIEGA and Aurelio LÓPEZ-TARRUELLA
Report, Video and references available
Friday, June 18th, 2021
With Prof. Benedetta UBERTAZZI, Prof. Harriet DEACON, Prof. Tuomas MATTILA, and Alexander PARRA PEÑA.
Video, Report and references available
Tuesday May 4th, 2021
Prof. Didier PATRY, Prof. Dr. Michael GEIST, and Prof. David MIRCHIN
Tuesday, April 6th, 2021
With Prof. Patricia COVARRUBIA, Prof. Justin HUGHES, Prof. Delphine MARIE-VIVIEN, & Prof. Arul George SCARIA
Video, report, and references available
Tuesday March 2nd, 2021
Prof. Edward KWAKWA, Prof. Peter YU & Prof. Miriam ALLENA
Wednesday, February 10th, 2021
With Prof. Alison FIRTH MA, MSC, Prof. Craig NARD, Prof. Alain STROWEL & Prof. Gabriele GALIANI
Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
Prof. Christophe GEIGER, Prof. Daniel GERVAIS & Jur. Dr. Ulrika WENNERSTEN
Tuesday, December 1st, 2020
Prof. Sharon K. SHANDEEN, Prof. Nicolas BINCTIN & Javier FERNÁNDEZ-LASQUETTY
October 30th, 2020
Dr. Alexander VON MUHLENDAHL, Prof. Irene CALBOLI, Prof. Xiuquin LIN & Dr. Alberto CASADO CERVIÑO
September 25th, 2020
With Dr. Noam SHEMTOV, Prof. Dr. Xiang YU, Dr. Marco ALEMÁN
July 22nd, 2020
With Prof. Catherine A. ROGERS, Chung Nian LAM, & Ignacio de Castro
June 18th, 2020
With Prof. Rochelle DREYFUSS, Prof. Henning GROSSE RUSE-KHAN & Prof. Laurent MANDERIEUX
May 28th, 2020
With Antony TAUBMAN, Prof. Ysolde GENDREAU, Prof. Claudio DORDI & Prof. Xavier SEUBA
May 8th, 2020
With Prof. Anselm KAMPERMAN-SANDERS, Prof. Jane GINSRBUG, Prof. Laurent Manderieux & Prof. Manuel DESANTES.
Re-imagining IP in an ever-changing world, Global Digital Encounters Vol. 2
The Role of IP in a Post-Crisis World, Global Digital Encounters Vol. 1
Here you can find all the reports from past encounters. These reports try to be a faithful representation of our speakers ideas and the debates that take place throughout the encounter.
Standard Essential Patents
AI and the audiovisual world
IP and Videogames
Licensing Standard Essential Patents
Protecting Domain Names in a Worldwide Context
Cross-border IP disputes: The ILA-Kyoto Guidelines
Expanding Business Thanks to Data Economy: IP as a Tool
Intangible Cultural Heritage and IP
The Race for the Vaccine: IP as a Tool or as a Toll?
The Future of Geographical Indications and Traceability
Fostering a Dynamic IP System Based on SDGs
Brexit: European and Worldwide IP
The AI and Data-Led revolution of copyright and its wider implications
Trade secrets: A re-visited business tool towards a new rebound
Trademarks as a business tool towards a new rebound
AI, Software and Patents: Towards a post-COVID changing game
IP arbitration in a digitally enhanced world
From West to East-Trade, IP and Investment after the Crisis
Challenges of the IP system in a post-crisis environment
The Global Digital Encounters have formed an Academic Faculty and Family of Speakers and Moderators, composed of worldwide known Academics and IP Senior Specialists from all continents. This Faculty and Family is constantly growing, and includes the following Colleagues:
Master in Internet Technology (Bocconi University) – Trinidad and Tobago
Arielle Aberdeen is an Attorney-at-Law specialised in the common-law legal system, with an LL.B. from the University of the West-Indies and L.E.C. from the Hugh Wooding Law School. She has extensive litigation experience in a wide range of legal areas and spent more than four years working with Judges at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. She decided to expand her profile by completing an LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology at Università Bocconi. Through this master, Arielle deepened her knowledge of Intellectual Property law and how connected it is to technology and development. She was then able to gain valuable (theoretical and practical) insight into IP during her time as an intern for the renowned 4iP Council.
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Szeged, Hungary) – China
Master of Intellectual Property Law (Southwest University of Political Science and Law). Xiao Baiyang is a PhD student in the field of Intellectual Property Law at University of Szeged (Hungary). He holds Bachelor Degree in Law and master degree in Intellectual Property Law from Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, China (PRC). His PhD research focuses on Online Platform Governance concerning Copyright Liability of Online Intermediaries at the international level.
Doctor in law (Moscow Lomonosov State University) / Master in Internet Technologies (Bocconi University) – Russia
Yulia Borisova holds a law degree with honors and a PhD from the Moscow Lomonosov State University (Russia). She has practiced law for more than 10 years working for major international law firms (focusing on capital markets transactions and corporate matters) and banks (supporting with cash, trade and custody products). During her LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology studies at Bocconi University, Milan (Italy), Yulia became interested in intellectual property law, which is a fundamental pillar of the challenging internet technology era. Issues relating to protection of software by patents and copyright seem to be of particular importance in many sectors. Yulia is a winner of the the 2020 4iP Council Research Awards for her paper on Patentability of Computer Programs in Europe
Ph.D. Candidate (University Complutense of Madrid and University of Alicante) – France / US
Florence Byrd is PhD student in the field of AI Governance at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universidad de Alicante. Member of the Madrid Bar Association. Degree in Law from University of Alicante (Spain) and Master’s degree for access to the legal profession. French-American Lawyer with extensive experience in Corporate/Commercial Law. Member of the Observatory of the Social and Ethical Impact of Artificial Intelligence (OdiseIA).
Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Master in Law of Internet Technology (Bocconi University) – Spain
Rubén practices as an Associate at Baker McKenzie in the areas of Intellectual Property and ICT. He studied at the universities of Alicante, Panthéon-Sorbonne and Bocconi. He holds an LL.M. in Intellectual Property and IT (University of Alicante) and an LL.M. in Law of Internet Technology (Bocconi University).
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante) – Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Argentina / Italy
Magali Contardi is an Italian qualified lawyer practising in the field of Intellectual Property. She is also working on her PhD research in Intellectual Property, Artificial Intelligence and Medical Devices, affiliated to the University of Alicante under the supervision of Prof. Manuel Desantes and Prof. Benedetta Ubertazzi, visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute For Innovation and Competition Law (Munich, Germany, 2018-2019). She is IP lecturer at the Master in Business, Law and Public Manager (GEMP) University of Pisa, and teaching assistant at the Intellectual Property Course, LM in Law, University of Pisa. She is also part of the research group Pa-thos (led by City, University of London together with Association of European Science and Technology Transfer Professionals) focused on IP protection at hospitals.
She holds law degrees from the Università degli Studi di Firenze and the Catholic University of Argentina, as well as a Master in Business Law and Public Manager (Università degli Studi di Pisa), a LLM in Intellectual Property Law (University of Alicante) and a Specialization in Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property (University of Strasbourg).
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante / Maastricht University) – Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Italy
Maurizio Crupi holds a master’s degree in Intellectual Property law from University of Alicante, as well as a law degree from Bocconi University (Milan). After his studies, Maurizio has gained professional experience in law firms and at the EUIPO, drafting decisions on trademarks and designs matters.
Starting from September 2017, Maurizio is conducting his doctoral research on geographical indications at Alicante and Maastricht Universities, with a thesis aimed at analysing the link between products’ characteristics and their geographical area.
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Valencia) – LLM in International Studies and European Union (University of Valencia) – Italy
Lawyer IP specialist and PhD candidate – University of Valencia
Her PhD research concentrates on the problematic legal issues concerning the origin of the products at the international and the EU level. In the EUIPO, she dealt with trade mark examination and appeal files, while she attended to Innovation Support in the EPO Academy.
She holds law degrees from the University of Pisa and the University of Alicante, as well as a LLM in International Studies and European Union (University of Valencia) and a LLM in Legal Practice (University of Palermo).
Rebeca FERRERO GUILLÉN
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante) – Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Spain
Lawyer specialising in intellectual property. She studied at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Université Panthéon-Assas (Bachelor’s Degree in Law), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Master’s in Legal Practice) and Universidad de Alicante (LL.M. Magister Lvcentinvs). She has experience in law firms, the EUIPO and the EPO. She is also pursuing a PhD in International Private Law focusing on the effects of the democratisation of 3D printing.
Alejandro GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ
Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Spain
Studied Law at Universidad de Alicante; Master’s degree LLM Magister Lvcentinvs Intellectual Property Studies; Works at: Juan Botella IP Legal & Asociados; Sirocco Media and Actualidad IP/IT. Trademarks, patent and copyright advisor and litigator. Passionate about videogame law and Esports. Runs @esportsrights, a Twitter profile dedicated to disclose law implications on the Esports sector
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Eastern Finland) – Finland
Ph.D. candidate in law at the UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland. Eetu holds a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) from Uppsala University. Currently, Eetu is an early-stage researcher at the UEF Law School. He has also received research grants from the Niilo Helander Foundation and the Finnish Cultural Foundation. His main research interests are copyright law, digitalization and intermediary liability. In his doctoral research, Eetu focuses on intermediary liability for illegal content online, especially within the EU legal framework.
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante) / University of Strasbourg) – Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Ukraine
Anastasiia Kyrylenko, LLM, is PhD Candidate at Universities of Alicante (Spain) and of Strasbourg (France) in the framework of EIPIN Innovation Society programme (H2020-Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Action). Her main research interests include international IP law and regulation of IP in trade agreements. She takes additional interest in geographical indications and design law. Anastasiia is also consulting the Ukrainian government on the intellectual property reform, as part of the Reform Support Team at the Ministry for Development of Economy, Trade and Agriculture.
Ph.D. Candidate (Vrije Universiteit Brussels, VUB) – Spain
Javier López-Guzmán is a legal researcher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB – Belgium). He is a doctoral candidate of the Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) research group since October 2020. Javier has worked in the team of the Data Protection Officer of the European Union. Before that he worked in the legal private sector as a legal assistant in Finnova, a foundation for innovation in Brussels, and at the law firm Cremades & Calvo Sotelo Abogados in Madrid.
Aldo Fabrizio MÓDICA BAREIRO
Doctor in Law – Paraguay
PhD in Law (Austral University, Argentina). Master Degree in Intellectual Property (Austral University, Argentina). Master Degree in Higher Education Teaching (Catholic University of Asunción, Paraguay). Research coordinator at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Asunción and Professor of undergraduate and postgraduate course on Intellectual Property. Partner at Bareiro Modica Abogados (Paraguay).
Carlos MUÑOZ FERRANDIS
Ph.D. Candidate (Max Planck Institut Munich / University of Alicante) – Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Spain
Carlos is a lawyer and PhD Researcher at Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, focusing on the interactions between open source and standards, from an IP and competition law angle. Aside from his PhD, his research targets AI/open data, regulatory sandboxes and blockchain. Relating to blockchain, he collaborates with both Utrecht University (under the framework of the Blockchain for Societies SIG), and with the Stanford RegTrax Initiative, a project of CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (Stanford Law School). Beyond academia, Carlos is the co-founder of HIGH – High Technology Law Forum and member of the Lvcentinvs Blog.
Jorge Luis ORDELIN FONT
Doctor in Law – Cuba
in Legal Sciences, Universidad de Oriente, Santiago de Cuba (Cuba) 2017. Postdoctoral in Law, Intellectual Property specialization. IMED Southern Faculty, Passo Fundo, RS, Brazil and National Postdoctoral Program (PNPD / CAPES) from the Institute for Legal Research at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico. Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property, Universidad Austral / OMPI (2015). Master’s Degree in Civil Law, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba. Research specialist in the Center for Inter-American Studies on Social Security. Lawyer and advisor in Intellectual Property. Garzia S.A.S (Colombia).
Ph.D. candidate (Institute of Comparative Law and Legal Theory, University of Szeged, Hungary) – Hungary
She graduated from the University of Szeged (Master’s degree in Law), thereafter she gained professional experiences in a local law firm. Currently she is a Ph.D. student of the Institute of Comparative Law and Legal Theory at the University of Szeged and she is attending a Master in German Law and Legal Translation which is a joint Master Program (LL.M) between the University of Szeged (Hungary) and the University of Potsdam (Germany). Her Ph.D. research focuses on international and European IP law contexts of the modern arts, especially legal issues of appropriation art. She is a member of the Hungarian Copyright Forum Association and a blogger of Copy21 Blog which is one of the best-known IP blogs in Hungary and honoured by the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office. Dorottya is also interested in design law and she took part as a research assistant in an empirical research of Prof. Estelle Derclaye (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom) which research examined the protection of designs in the national case law of the EU Member States.
Magister Lvcentinvs (University of Alicante) – Master in International Business (European University of Madrid) – Spain /US
Currently providing consulting services for the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), Athena previously worked at Hogan Lovells as a trade mark lawyer. She has a bachelor’s degree in law (University of Alicante), a masters degree in Intellectual Property ( University of Alicante, Magister Lvcentinvs) and another in International Business (European University of Madrid – online postgraduate programme). Her passion for IP began when she participated in the IP investigation project of the University of Alicante, UAIPIT.com, while she was studying her degree in law.
Raúl RUIZ RODRÍGUEZ
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante) – FPU (University of Alicante) – Spain
Graduated in Law from the University of Alicante. Master’s Degree in Legal practice (University of Alicante) and Master’s Degree in Teaching (Miguel Hernández University). He has held several research grants, including an «Initiation to Research» scholarship in the area of Private International Law at the University of Alicante, where he is currently working on his doctoral thesis with a contract from the Ministry of Universities.
Luz SÁNCHEZ GARCÍA
Doctor in Law (University of Murcia) – Lecturer post-doc in Commercial law (University of Murcia) – Spain
Lecturer post-doc in Commercial Law at the University of Murcia. Doctor in Law from the University of Murcia, and Specialist in Patents and Transfer of Technology (Magister Lvcentinvs, University of Alicante). Author of El inventor artificial (Thomson Reuters/Aranzadi, 2020).
L.L.M. Candidate in Law of Internet Technology at Bocconi University – France
LL.M. Candidate in Law of Internet Technology at Bocconi University. Adèle graduated from the Double Degree in French Law – Italien Law, speciality International and European Law at Paris-Nanterre University and obtained also, the Laurea Magistrale in Guirisprudenza from the Alma Mater Studiorum of Bologna. She has professional experiences in Law firm specialized in digital economy, IP rights and improved her knowledge in Civil and Corporate Law, especially as a junior jurist in the Notary’s office Tassinari & Damascelli, in Bologna. Former President of the Italian association of Paris-Nanterre. She distinguished herself by her numerous academic commitment and joined the Debate Club of Bocconi, in 2021. Adèle wishes to continue her work and research in Intellectual Property Law and for the protection of Fundamental Rights in Cyberspace
Girish SOMAWARPET NAGRAJ
Ph.D. Candidate (University of Alicante / University of Strasbourg) – Master in Business Law (Free University of Berlin) – India
Girish has a techno-legal background having worked in Infosys Technologies Ltd, Hewlett Packard and Jindal Global University-Sonipat in India. He has degrees in Telecommunication Engineering from VIshweshwaraiah Technological University and an Intellectual Property Honours law degree from IIT- Kharagpur. Masters in Business Law was pursued at Freie University- Berlin.
Ph.D. Candidate (Max Planck Institut Munich / University of Alicante) – LLM in IP Law (Queen Mary University of London) – Italy
Letizia TOMADA is a postdoc researcher at the University of Copenhagen and an Italian qualified lawyer. She conducted her PhD research within the EIPIN – IS Joint Doctorate programme at Max-Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition and at the University of Alicante. Previously, she gained professional experience in international law firms specialised in IP. She holds an LL.M in IP Law from the Queen Mary University of London and a summa cum laude law degree from the University of Trieste.
Vicente ZAFRILLA DÍAZ-MARTA, LLM
Scientific Coordinator for Innovation and IP projects at OGPI- Universidad de Alicante – Ph.D. Candidate (Max Planck Institut Munich / University of Alicante) – Magister Lvcentinvs – Spain
Intellectual Property professional with a practice and academic background. PhD Candidate at Universität Augsburg and Universidad de Alicante in the framework of the EIPIN Innovation Society programme (H2020-Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action) and visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. Magister Lvcentinvs- LLM. Double Degree in Law and Business (E-3) Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.
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