- Pubblicato Domenica, 20 Luglio 2014 11:36
- Scritto da Administrator
Giuseppe will spend one year in Brussels dealing with legal issues related to EU energy law. This is an important acknowledgement of Giuseppe's expertise in the field.
Congratulations from the LawTech Research Group !!
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 13 Giugno 2014 15:05
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Trento Lawtech announces that the Conference "L'attuazione della Sanità Elettronica. La prospettiva europea e i profili giuridici, tecnologici e organizzativi del fascicolo sanitario elettronico" [The Implementation of E-Health: The European perspective and the legal, technological, and organizational issues surrounding the "Fascicolo Sanitario Elettronico (FSE)] will be hosted at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trento on June 30 and July 1, 2014.
Participants and panelists include: Riccardo Abeti, Bruno Bizzarro, Matteo Buccioli, Antonella Bulfone, Massimo Caruso, Luca Chiantore, Diego Conforti, Stefano Dalmiani, Patrizia Davì, Graziano De'Petris, Luca Di Leo, Rossana Ducato, Stefano Forti, Sonia Gasparri, Gerardo Gatto, Francesca Ingrosso, Umberto Izzo, Simone Lazzini, Massimo Mangia, Giuliano Mariotti, Matteo Nasuto, Imma Orilio, Filomena Polito, Stefano Salemi, Federica Sandri, Leonardo Sartori, Luigi Sfredda, Alberto Steindler, Giuseppina Terranova.
The event is organized with the collaboration of APIHM (Privacy and Information Healthcare Manager Association).
A poster can be downloaded here.
The Trento LawTech Research Series, Paper no. 21: The Privacy of Minors within Patient-Centered eHealth Systems
- Pubblicato Martedì, 10 Giugno 2014 09:34
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The Trento Law and Technology Research Group - Research Papers Series is freely available online (download here)
LATEST PAPER PUBLISHED: Research PAPER No. 21
- Pubblicato Venerdì, 06 Giugno 2014 14:38
- Scritto da Lawtech administrator
The Trento Lawtech Research Group congratulates Rossana Ducato who has been awarded the "National Prize for Ph.D. thesis and final dissertations on Ethics and ICT" funded by AICA and Rotary International, with the patronage of CRUI, for her Ph. d. thesis entitled "The Legal Status of Bioinformation between Research Biobanks and Electronic Health Records".
- Pubblicato Lunedì, 26 Maggio 2014 06:25
- Scritto da Umberto Izzo
Trento Lawtech announces that the Second Biennial Meeting of the International Research Network on Technological Innovations, Uncertainty and the Law of Civil Liability will be hosted at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trento on June 9-13, 2014.
Panelists include: KEN OLIPHANT, LARA KHOURY, ETIENNE VERGES, VINCENT FORRAY, ROBERTO PARDOLESI, CHRISTOPHE QUÉZEL-AMBRUNAZ, UMBERTO IZZO, MATTEO FERRARI, LAURÈNE MAZEAU, GIOVANNI COMANDÈ, FEDERICA GIOVANELLA, MATTEO MACILOTTI, TRUDO LEMMENS, RICHARD GOLBERG, ERIC FELDMAN, MARIE ÈVE ARBOUR.
The Trento Lawtech Research Group joins the Second Edition of the Private Law Consortium Biennial Meetings
- Pubblicato Domenica, 27 Aprile 2014 21:03
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The Trento Lawtech Research Group joins the Second Edition of the Private Law Consortium Biennial Meetings, to be held on May 11th-12th, 2014 at the Faculty of Law of the University of Pennsylvania.
The Private Law Consortium (PLC), set up with the partecipation of Bar-Ilan University Tel Aviv, Harvard University, Trento University, McGill University, Pennsylvania University, Oslo University, gathers scholars working on different fields of private law who present and discuss their most recent papers in a comparative fashion, holding sessions focusing on Property Law, Contract Law, Tort Law, IP Law, Legal Theory, Evidence, and Competition Law.
The first edition of the PLC was held at the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law in June 2013 (scientific program here).
The second edition of the PLC is hosted by the Faculty of Law of the University of Pennsylvania. The scientific program of the event is available here.
Contributors to the Panels of the second edition include:
Paul MacMahon, Harvard University; Erik Røsæg, University of Oslo; Tess Wilkinson-Ryan, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Tom Baker, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Kile D. Logue, University of Michigan Law School; Adi Ayal, Bar-Ilan University; E. A. Feldman, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Umberto Izzo, University of Trento - Faculty of Law; Valentina Moscon, University of Trento - Faculty of Law; John C.P. Goldberg, Harvard University; Matt Coriel, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Abraham Bell, University of San Diego School of Law; Gideon Parchomovsky, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Henry Smith, Harvard University; Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Shyam Balganesh, University of Pennsylvania Law School; David Hoffman, Temple University Beasley School of Law; Polk Wagner, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Miriam Bitton, Bar-Ilan University; Federica Giovanella, University of Trento; John Oberdiek, Rutger School of Law; Ole Andreas Rognstad, University of Oslo; Malcom Langford, University of Oslo; Constantine Boussalis, Harvard University; Yuval Feldman, Bar Ilan University; Vincent Forray, McGill University; Yotam Kaplan, Harvard University; Stephen Smith, McGill University