In her latest book, Michèle Finck examines the relationship between blockchain technology and EU law and introduces the theme of blockchain governance.
At the event, Michèle Finck will present her book and join Jean-Louis Schiltz, Professor (hon.) at the University of Luxembourg, for a book discussion. This will be followed by a panel moderated by Allen&Overy with Luxtrust and CNPD to take the discussion further in the context of a practical use case, especially with regard to GDPR.
1620 Book presentation with a specific focus on the GDPR chapter by Michèle Finck, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Munich), University College London (London) and Centre on Regulation in Europe (Brussels).
1650 Book discussion with Jean-Louis Schiltz, Professor (hon.) at the University of Luxembourg
1720 Blockchain and regulation in practice a use case; A discussion with Luxtrust and CNPD moderated by Charles-Henri Laevens, Senior associate, Allen&Overy
1755 Closing remarks
1800 Networking drink
Free registration at https//infrachain.com/blockchain-regulation/
Michèle Finck is a Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Munich), a Research Fellow at University College London (London) and an Academic Fellow at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (Brussels). She previously worked at the London School of Economics and the University of Oxford. Beyond her scholarly research Michèle has experience advising national and international institutions on the regulatory implications of digitalization and is also a member of the European Union's Blockchain Observatory and Forum.
Infrachain a.s.b.l. (association sans but lucrative) is a Luxembourg based non-profit organization with a European scope. The association was launched in May 2017 by several industry players under the impulse and with the support of Digital Luxembourg, the Luxembourg government’s collaborative initiative that strengthens and guides the country’s digital efforts. Infrachain is committed to create an on-top governance framework allowing Blockchain applications to become operational in the current regulatory environment. The association counts more than 40 members from 7 EU countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovenia and United Kingdom).
Venue: Allen&Overy in Luxembourg-Kirchberg (33 Avenue John F. Kennedy; Tram station: Universitéit)
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