Author Archives: Thomas Hoeren

Prof. Dr. Andreas Roth in conversation

In an interview with Thomas Hoeren, the well-known legal historian Prof. Dr. Andreas Roth from Mainz talked about his studies in Münster on YouTube. Prof. Andreas Roth holds the Chair of German Legal History and Civil Law at the University of Mainz and conducts research in the history of family and criminal law as well […]

Perspectives on the DSA – Dr. Folkert Wilman

Folkert Wilman speaks at ITM/Prof. Hoeren on perspectives of the Digital Services Act (DSA). He is a member of the Legal Service of the European Commission. In that capacity he contributed to the drafting and negotiation of the DSA and litigated numerous cases before the CJEU, including on the ECD. He also published extensively on […]

Digitalization law | Cutting-edge in the age of artificial intelligence

Intensive university course with highly qualified lecturers from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, China and the USA, who present on relevant European legal acts, case law, implementation in German-speaking countries and focus on artificial intelligence and international contexts via Zoom – in 7 days to become a certified European Digital Legal Expert. The advanced training course […]

Student assistants wanted

Job advertisement At the Institute for Information, Telecommunications and Media Law, Civil law department will become effective April 1, 2024 Student assistants (m/f/d) with a working time of 5 hours / week wanted. The employment is temporary. A longer collaboration is desired. The activity concerns general chair tasks, such as support in the preparation of […]

Women lawyers talk: new episode with Dr. Christiane Schmaltz from the BGH (First Civil Senate)

The third episode of the interview podcast “Juristinnen erzählen” is now online. Dr. Christiane Schmaltz is our guest in this episode. Ms. Schmaltz has been a judge at the Federal Court of Justice since 2018, where she is assigned to the I. Civil Senate primarily responsible for intellectual property law. In this interview, she talks […]

Generative AI – History, Legal and Business Impact – Lecture by Prof. Dr. Alexander Zeier

On 15.1.2024, the ITM welcomed Prof. Alexander Zeier and Pauline Zeier for a lecture on generative AI, ChatGPT and law in a cooperation event of the public law and civil law departments. Alexander Zeier is Chief Technology Office (CTO) of the SAP Business Group and teaches as an honorary professor at the Faculty of Computer […]

Presentation by Dr. Anjuli von Hülst on the absolute protection of blockchain tokens

On 8.1. ITM welcomed Dr. Anjuli von Hülst for an exciting lecture entitled “Blockchain and Law”. The doctor of law presented the theses of her recently published dissertation “Absoluter Schutz von Blockchain-Token: Normativer Sachbegriff im deutsch-italienischen Rechtsvergleich” (Mohr Siebeck). Dr. von Hülst’s presentation dealt with the property law classification of tokens, which represent the value […]

Exhibition Hoeren on outsider art

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 […]

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Excellent usbek information law professor new member of the ITM advisory board

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 […]