This conference focused on the intersection of blockchain technology and innovation law.
Students, scholars, and professionals interested law and blockchain gathered for three guest presentations on the topic. The lectures covered discussed patient data as NFTs, blockchain-infused circular economies, and trademark law in web 3.0. The conference was held hybrid with around 100 participants.
Refreshments were served after the lectures in the atrium of the ITU.
Professor Timo Minssen
(Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law, Københavns Universitet)
& Assistant Professor Kristin Kostick
(Baylor College of Medicine, Houston)
The lecture of Timo Minssen and Kristin Kostick will examine whether patients could regain control over their health information with the help of NFTs and the legal obstacles in this context.
Postdoc Katrien Steenmans
(Centre for Private Governance, Københavns Universitet)
Katrien Steenman’s lecture will cover the angle of how blockchain could address governance challenges of circular economies, including both the opportunities and challenges of such a fit.
Attorney-at-Law Dr. Christian Tenkhoff
(Taylor Wessing, Munich)
Christian Tenkhoff will give a lecture on the state of web 3.0 and what role trademark law plays in this fast-paced environment, including a review of recent landmark cases.
Time and place
IT University of Copenhagen, Aud 1 + live stream here
April 19th, 2023 at 17:00