The EU Commission announced its Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy in May 2015. Since then, plenty of draft directives and regulations have been put on the table. Many of those will be enacted within the next weeks and months. The EU Parliament and Council are currently in the process of agreeing on last amendments to the Commission’s proposals, with various Parliament committees working long hours on compromises.
Join our webinar on 14 November, 4:00pm – 5:00pm (CET) for a lively discussion with our very own experts who will take a look at latest developments. How will the new monitoring obligations for platforms look like? Will further stakeholders be equipped with new ancillary rights? What are so-called “harmful trading practices” and in which way will they be tackled? How liberal will the new law on text & data mining be? What about the AVMS Directive, the e-Privacy Regulation and the “European Data Economy” package?
We will look at where we currently stand with the implementation of a true Digital Single Market and what we may expect from Brussels in 2018.
We hope you can join us.
For the latest information, updates and news on the DSM initiative, please visit DSM Watch, our dedicated microsite.
Falk Schoening Partner, Brussels, Hogan Lovells
Nils Rauer Partner, Frankfurt, Hogan Lovells
Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte Partner, Brussels, Hogan Lovells
Alastair Shaw Counsel, London, Hogan Lovells
Christian Ritz Senior Associate, Munich, Hogan Lovells
Alberto Bellan Senior Associate, Milan, Hogan Lovells
Dina Jubrail Associate, Brussels, Hogan Lovells