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Past Webinars


Innovative Health Tech Projects




The webinar will provide a European perspective and discuss innovative health tech projects, and in particular, legal aspects pertaining to the development of artificial intelligence-based solutions and the use of health data in connection with such development activities. We will also briefly touch upon the new Medical Devices Regulation entering into force shortly. 



Lassi or Lager (February) - Get to know the India Conference


Theme:  Our monthly Coffee or Cognac series will transition to "Lassi or Lager" for the month of February as we dive into the upcoming International India Virtual Summit.  


Made in Canada GDPR or PIPEDA Redux? An Overview of What’s New and What’s Not in the proposed new Federal Privacy Legislation




Canada just introduced as Bill C-11 “An Act to enact the Consumer Privacy Protection Act and the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act and to make consequential and related amendments to other Acts”, which will effectively replace PIPEDA. This presentation seeks to provide a high-level overview of the proposed Act, with a focus on what’s new and what’s not, and what’s GDPR and what’s simply PIPEDA redux.


John Beardwood, Fasken LLP, Canada


Post 2020 Election: Are We Headed to Mars? The Future of Space in the U.S. Under the Next Four Years

11:00am ET // 5:00pm CET
Cost: ITechLaw Members: FREE // Non-Members: $75.00


An Open Source Update

As the use of open source software continues to grow, so do the number of open source licenses and the complexity of the issues. This webinar will provide an update on:


Orbiting Toward an International Space Debris Regime

This webinar will discuss the present and future of space debris law and will present an overview of:


Schrems II - Dealing with the Fallout - An ITechLaw Data Protection Law and In-House Counsel Committee Hosted Roundtable Discussion

In July 2020, after years of speculation, the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the Schrems II case made headlines by invalidating the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield program and calling into question other mechanisms that validate international data transfers. After the initial shock about this decision, it is time to consider what the practical solutions are for ITechLaw members’ corporate clients to keep personal data flowing internationally.


New Forms of Digital Content Transmission: How Does Media and Copyright Law Answer to This?

Linear distribution of classical media content (broadcasting) has taken its course via terrestrial waves, before it became the core of the cable business. Direct broadcasting satellites have driven out a number of cable subscribers and found additional customers in rural areas without cable. Today the Internet allows TV distribution everywhere, including mobile or via laptop in digital quality.


Data Privacy and Data Protection: Practical Approaches to Compliance with GDPR/CCPA

We’ve all attended a few too many GDPR and CCPA sessions that cover the same introductory ground.  The goal of this session is different: a conversation among experienced privacy and data protection lawyers about gaps and areas of tension between the two laws, and how companies can address those inconsistencies and develop programs that comply with both laws, and are flexible enough to address new data protection laws that come into effect, and emerging issues (such as the COVID pandemic) as they arise .  If you don’t already have good basic familiarity with the GDPR and CCPA, thi


Artificial Intelligence: Practical Legal Implications

This session will cover aspects such as the implementation of AI in corporate contexts, considering the approaches in the US and in the EU: can AI assist corporate boards in decision-making processes? What about the use of AI as a tool to support HR departments in their hiring process, for performance monitoring and to avoid discrimination. What are the current government actions, in the US and in the EU, that can be applicable to AI and automated decision-making affecting individual privacy? Can AI serve as a tool to uncover discrimination? We will look into a few law cases.