Participation of the partners of KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI in the LEGAL TECH conference and in the annual Deutsch-Nordischen Juristenvereinigung e.V.
On April 23, 2021, the partners of Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG LEGAL as part of their membership in the international legal organization Deutsch-Nordischen Juristenvereinigung e.V. will take part in the annual meeting of members of this organization. On the occassion of the annual meeting, the organization organized an international online conference on legal issues called “Legal tech” in the form of two main lectures and online discussions:
“Use of legal tech: status, opportunities and challenges in the Legal advice”, by Attorney Dr. Mathias Schulze Steinen, LL.M. (Helsinki) from DLA Piper UK LLP, Frankfurt am Main;
“Online contract negotiation – possibilities & challenges”, by Attorney Anders Perméus, LL.M. (Heidelberg) from Law firm Swedish Legal Tech AB, Stockholm.
Legal tech issues are among the priority specializations of KG LEGAL KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI law firm.
On 14 April 2021 Attorney Jakub Gładkowski is taking part in “Globalization and Cooperation: What Technologized Future Will We Create?” roundtable organized by Techonomy. Some of the speakers featured will be Joy Tan – SVP, Public Affairs, Huawei Technologies USA and Scott Malcomson – Author of Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce are Fragmenting the World Wide Web (2015). Director of special projects, Strategic Insight Group; former foreign editor, New York Times Magazine.
Some of the topics discussed will be 5G technology and how it will enable the future of such sectors as manufacturing, transportation, banking, education, and health care.
The level of still high digital exclusion around the world does not mean that we do not live in the internet age. The problem is not only caused by the lack of possibility to use services in general, but also by the lack of open internet access. The European Union has been trying to normalize this situation for several years, but still does not have proper regulatory authorities. Why then does the control of the Internet rest on the shoulders of national regulators?
The most important objective of the Regulation was to ensure equal and non-discriminatory, open internet access in all EU Member States. It has also become necessary to change contractual patterns due to new information obligations imposed on telecommunications undertakings. New rules for data transmission management and regulation of roaming prices in the European Union also came into force.