Thursday 7 and Friday 8 June 2018, Paris
The Next Tech Law Revolution
President Marie-Hélène TONNELLIER and the board of directors of ICLA are pleased to invite you to join more than 45 speakers and 250 leading lawyers, legal and indutry professionals from around the world, at the IFCLA Conference hosted by AFDIT next 7 and 8 of june 2018 in Paris.
It's one of the most important digital and it conferences where you will have the opportunity to exchange on very specific topics and a great opportunity for networking.
This IFCLA Seminar shall be dedicated to «The Next tech law Revolution».
GDPR will be just enforced and some national authorities such as CNIL or EEC representatives will explain their vision of how to exploit data in perfect compliance with the new European rules.
Maison des Centraliens
8, rue Jean Goujon
2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
The conference will be in french and in english. Translation will be provided.
Program Day 1
Focus on the next edition
3 questions to Marie-Hélène Tonnellier, President of IFCLA
In addition, the input and vision of foreign specialists, on these topics that arise in a fairly consistent manner across all national legislations, allows for a far greater understanding of the issues at stake.
Of course we will talk about the GDPR, since the symposium will take place less than 15 days after its implementation, with a very European panel that will take into account the impact of Brexit but will also focus on the legal consequences of data flows that are closely linked, in one way or another, to the USA. We will also consider the liability aspects of disruptive technologies whether for connected objects, artificial intelligence or in the context of autonomous car projects.
We will also focus specifically on the blockchain's progress, particularly in the field of intellectual property. We will talk about security breaches and cyber security that drive so many economic players.
But above all, among the numerous other topics, we will focus on, a prospective approach to defining, the IT of the future.
Usually, participants are looking for high-level insight and knowledge on often complex topics with a strong international dimension.
It is a place of exchange, networking and reflection.