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Doing business in a data-driven world

Leveraging the opportunities while navigating the legal risks

Bruxelles, Belgique

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30 janvier 2018, 12:00 - 14:30

During this seminar, CMS experts will update you on the latest legal developments about doing business in a data-driven world. As you can see below, we will deal with questions relating to competition law, protection of know-how, the GDPR and geo-blocking.

As the key note speaker, Mathieu de Lophem, General manager of Deliveroo Belgium, will set out his views on disrupting businesses. We will have the opportunity to appreciate the results of a successful “disruptor” as the catering will be provided by Deliveroo itself.

Looking forward to welcoming you as our guest!

Calendrier

12:00 to 12:30   Welcome and Deliveroo lunch

12:30 to 13:00   Developing a disruptive business model
Keynote speaker: Mathieu de Lophem, General Manager of Deliveroo Belgium

13:00 to 13:45   Session 1, Choice between:

  • “Data and competition Law – What rules apply?”
    Dirk Van Liedekerke, CMS
  • “How to make sure that my data are protected under the new trade secrets directive or intellectual property laws?”
    Tom Heremans & Laurine Georgis, CMS

13:45 to 14:30   Session 2, Choice between:

  • “Operationalising the GDPR and the upcoming e-Privacy rules: practical tips & tricks on how to get ready”
    Tom De Cordier & Julie Bossaert, CMS
  • “Geoblocking in the digital single market: current status and perspectives”
    Renaud Dupont & Lisbeth Depypere, CMS

Intervenants

Tom Heremans
Tom Heremans
Associé
Bruxelles
La photo de Renaud Dupont
Renaud Dupont
Managing Partner
Bruxelles
Dirk Van Liedekerke
Dirk Van Liedekerke
Associé
Bruxelles
La photo de Tom De Cordier
Tom De Cordier
Associé
Bruxelles
La photo de Laurine Georgis
Laurine Georgis
Lisbeth Depypere
Lisbeth Depypere
Avocat Senior
Bruxelles
La photo de Julie Bossaert
Julie Bossaert
Avocat
Bruxelles
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