Sammlung Seminare & Fortbildungen

German FRAND practice – a webinar with RA Prof. Dr. Peter Chrocziel

On 24 November 2020, a one-hour LIDC webinar with our guest Prof. Dr. Chrocziel was held under the title “German FRAND practice – in line with EU law? After a welcoming address by Prof. Dr. Hoeren, our guest spoke about the current case law on FRAND licensing of standard essential patents in front of more… Read more »

LIDC/ITM webinar on Frand

On 24.11.2020 at 12 noon, another “Lunch Talk” will be organised as a webinar about Zoom by the Institute for Information, Telecommunication and Media Law (ITM) – civil law department, Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoeren – together with LIDC and the German Association for Competition Law. All interested parties can take part in the webinar, which… Read more »

Bundesweite Zusatzausbildung “Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht”

Das ITM freut sich, die Zusatzausbildung “Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht” ab dem kommenden Wintersemester auch als bundesweite Veranstaltung für Studierende der Rechtswissenschaften sowie Rechtsrefrendare anzubieten. Die Veranstaltung besteht aus den Vorlesungen Informationsrecht sowie Rundfunk- und Presserecht und einem Seminar. Informationen zu den vom ITM angebotenen Seminaren entnehmen Sie bitte laufend unserer Homepage. Alle Veranstaltungen werden… Read more »

Information law seminar

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoeren and Prof. Dr. Bernd Holznagel Summer semester 2020 organise a seminar in Bochum on the subject: “Assessing Big Data – A look into the future around legal questions about Big Data and AI” GOAL Summer School The preliminary discussion and allocation of topics for the seminar will take place on Tuesday,… Read more »

TÜV conference on AI and Law

On November 6th, the conference “Artificial Intelligence and Law – Present and Future”, organized by ITM and the RWTÜV Foundation, took place at the Erbdrostenhof in Münster. Speakers from science and industry presented current trends and issues in the field of artificial intelligence from legal and technical perspectives. The approximately 150 participants were first welcomed… Read more »