The event will be devoted to the presentation of different local tech markets and related legal issues – in particular in regard to international Technology M&A transactions. The topics will be presented by speakers who are the specialist in the local tech markets.
The moderator of the event is Mitko Karushkov, Technology and Transactional lawyer at Mitko Karushkov, Bulgaria. Mitko Karushkov has been practicing legal solution provision for over 20 years. He renders legal and business advice to technology companies or companies using technology in their operations. Mitko’s main areas of practice include data protection, intellectual property, M&A and related transactional work and advice, information security, regulatory & compliance work for telecommunication companies present in Bulgaria and Europe. Mitko Karushkov is a recommended data protection expert by Bloomberg BNA, USA.
On May 20, 2021 KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski is taking part in the live webinar “Disputes In Space: Mediate and Arbitrate” organized by ITechLaw organization.
The main topic of the event will be the discussion on resolving customer disputes and issues in a thriving aviation industry. The experts will discuss the issues of out-of-court settlement of disputes in order to work out the most advantageous solution for the client.
On May 18, 2021 KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski is taking part in the live webinar “Negotiating Cloud Computing Contracts Hosted by Technology Sourcing Committee” conducted by ITechLaw Technology Sourcing Committee.
The main topic of the event will be a discussion about pragmatic ways to negotiate the cloud computing contracts including the often tricky aspect of audit rights. Hosted speakers will explain the concerns of cloud vendors and customers and provide practical guidance about what provisions may be negotiable, and how to manage and mitigate risks, especially around those provisions which cloud vendors rarely move on. The participants will be able to learn how far cloud vendors are willing to go to address regulatory requirements for customers of cloud services to ensure that customers and/or the relevant regulator have a right to conduct audits. Invited speakers are valued lawyers specialized in technology law.
In May 2019, the European Union issued two directives, namely the one on the contractual aspects of the supply of digital content and digital services (“Directive on digital content“, EU 2019/770) and on the contractual aspects of the sale of goods (“Directive on the sale of goods“), EU 2019/771).
The main objective of both Directives is to contribute to the proper functioning of the internal market and ensure a high level of consumer protection, in particular by establishing rules common to all Member States on contracts for the supply of digital content or digital services concluded between traders and consumers. This is especially about introducing into Polish law provisions on the compliance of digital content or digital service with the contract, in the event of non-compliance of the digital content or digital service with the contract.