On 20.09.2023 Marie Wirtz (Art Law Clinic Münster) took part as a speaker in the exciting orientation event “AND NOW?”, which was aimed at graduates of art academies in NRW. The primary goal of the seminar was to support young creatives on their way to professionalising their art practice.
Over the course of two days, young artists were able to expand their knowledge of studio and practice management, the realities of the highly competitive art market and galleries, social security options via the artists’ social insurance fund and tax law.
The keynote lecture of the Art Law Clinic Münster was dedicated to the basics of art law – an area of law that is characterised by its strong target group orientation and can hardly be narrowed down thematically. The focus was on copyright law, the exploitation of works via traditional and digital channels, as well as on problems in the field of labour and data protection law that are virulent for artists.
The event opened up the space for honest questions, honest answers but also substantive controversies at eye level – for example on the professionalism of contracts in the art world.
The organisers deserve a lot of praise: LaB K – Franziska Wilmsen and Susanne Ristow – the Düsseldorf Art Academy and the Münster Art Academy! Thank you for the enriching insights and the warmth and off
We are proud to announce that Dr. Paulina Jo Pesch will take up the new junior professorship for Civil Law and the Law of Digitalisation at FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. As part of her new position, she will coordinate the new LL.M. programme “Law and Computer Science”, among other things.
Paulina Pesch worked as a research assistant with us at ITM in 2013 and 2014. Her doctoral thesis on “Liability and risk distribution in the procurement of Bitcoins and Alt-Coins” was published by C.H. Beck in 2017.
The ITM wishes Dr Paulina Pesch good luck and much success in her new tasks as a junior professor
I am exhibiting my photos on the art of mentally handicapped people in Itoshima (Japan) in Münster as part of the 2×2 Forum Haus Kannen,
The 2×2 Forum for Outsider Art 2023 is an international platform for studios and artists in Münster and will take place from 05 to 08 October 2023. The four-day art fair will feature lectures highlighting the development of Outsider Art in Europe.
Prof. Said Gulyamov is a renowned legal scholar and educator with extensive experience in the fields of corporate law and cyber law. Born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Prof. Gulyamov holds a dual degree in economics and law from Tashkent State Economic University and Edinburgh Napier University. He also earned a Master’s degree in law from the Tashkent State Institute of Law.
Throughout his career, Prof. Gulyamov has held various positions in both the public and private sectors, including roles at the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Department of Internal Audit), the State Tax Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Department of Criminal Investigation), and Tashkent City Hall (Vice-Governor: coordinator of enforcement bodies of Tashkent city). His diverse background has given him a unique perspective on the legal and economic landscapes of Uzbekistan and beyond.
In academia, Prof. Gulyamov has served as a Lecturer, Associate Professor, and Professor at the Department of Private International Law at Tashkent State Institute of Law. He has been a Professor at the Department of Private International Law at Tashkent State University of Law since 2006, and he currently serves as the Head of the Department of Cyber Law at the same institution.
He is the founder of the “Scientific School of Corporate Law” established in 2003 and the “Scientific School of Cyber Law” founded in 2019. During his scientific and pedagogical activity, Gulyamov Said Saidakhrarovich supervised over 100 masters (LLM), 30 candidates of sciences (PhD) and 7 doctors of sciences (DSc). Author and co-author of more than 250 scientific papers published in national and foreign publications.
Prof. Gulyamov is an eminent researcher and author, holding a Doctor in Law degree and the title of Professor since 2006. His research and publications are available at www.gulyamov.org, as well as on Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kqUdLCsAAAAJ&hl=ru
As an accomplished and respected expert in his field, Prof. Said Gulyamov offers valuable insights into the intricacies of corporate law, cyber law, and the evolving legal landscape in Uzbekistan and around the world.
The EU Commission has issued an adequacy decision on the new data protection framework between the EU and the US. In this episode, research assistants Ole-Christian Tech and Klaus Palenberg look at the consequences of the decision and the content of the agreement with the US. In particular, the novelties compared to the previous agreements, which were overturned by the ECJ, are elaborated and the effects on practice are illuminated.
The episode referred to, “Can I transfer data to the US and UK?” can be found here.
A transcript of the episode can be found here.