30519 - EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION LAW AND DATA ECONOMY
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 25
The purpose of the course is to critically discuss the interplay between competition law, intellectual property (IP) law and digital technologies.
After providing a general overview of the relevant competition law and IP categories, the course will cover the legal challenges arising from the management of data, data and market power, software patentability, inventiveness and artificial intelligence.
- identify and address the main legal issues arising from digital technologies in information law, competition law and IP.
apply the legal framework of information law, competition law and IP to concrete cases.
- Face-to-face lectures
- Guest speaker's talks (in class or in distance)
- Group assignments
There are three types of classes:
- Theory lectures: Lectures are guided by the instructor. Students are asked to actively participate in class and to read in advance the material provided.
- Guest lectures: Guests will present their view and a discussion will follow.
- Case study presentations: groups of students (5/7) will present a case study, following the instructions of the lecturers.
|Continuous assessment||Partial exams||General exam|
To be considered as attending, students should take part in the class presentation and attend at least 75% of the lectures.
- Written exam: one open question + multiple choice questions (2/3)
- Class presentation (1/3)
- Written exam: two open questions + multiple choice questions (100%)
Slides used in class, coupled with specific material for each topic covered (case-law, academic papers, news articles), uploaded on the Bboard platform.