On October 18 and 19, 2021, the European Law Institute (ELI) hosted a two-day conference on the Principles for a Data Economy: Data Rights and Transactions. The virtual conference consisted of five main sessions, during which each Part of the ALI-ELI Principles (on general provisions, data contracts, data rights, third-party aspects of data transactions, and multi-state issues) were presented. This video covers Panel Two of the first day of the conference, beginning with a presentation of Part II of the Principles by Neil B. Cohen, followed by panel discussion with experts.
Moderator: Steven O. Weise
Panelists: Atsushi Okada of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI); Moritz Hennemann of the Research Center for Law and Digitization (FREDI), University of Passau; Henry Gabriel of the Uniform Law Commission; and Dirk Staudenmayer of the European Commission
This video is provided courtesy of the European Law Institute.
Opening Speeches & Welcome Address
Day 1, Panel 1: History of the Principles, Definitions and Underlying Concepts
Day 2, Panel 1: Data Rights
Day 2, Panel 2: Third Party Aspects of Data Activities
Day 2, Panel 3: Panel Discussion with Stakeholders