(re)WIPS5 Fifth Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in Szeged
April 19, 2021 (14:00-18:45)
14:00-14:10: Welcome address
Péter Mezei (University of Szeged, Hungary)
14:10-14:50: Keynote speeches
First Advocate General Maciej Szpunar, Court of Justice of the European Union (Luxembourg): On the CJEU’s Tom Kabinet Ruling
Estelle Derclaye, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom): The Role of the Court of Justice of the EU in Shaping EU Copyright Law
14:50-16:00: Panel I – Towards a More Uniform EU Intellectual Property Law #1
Chair: Clemens Appl (Danube-University Krems, Austria)
Bernd Justin Jütte, University College Dublin (Ireland): The Notion of a “New Public” under European Copyright Law as a Potential Tool for Regulating Privacy in Public in the European Union
Bohdan Widła, Jagiellonian University (Kraków, Poland): Between Ideas and Computer Programs: does EU Law Really Preclude Copyright Protection of Application Programming Interfaces?
Giulia Priora, University of Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy): The “Informatory Purpose” in Copyright: Towards a New Autonomous Concept of EU law?
Caterina Sganga & Péter Mezei, University of Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy) & University of Szeged (Hungary): Re-imagining the Doctrine of Exhaustion in the Digital Domain
Laura R. Ford, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, United States of America): Intellectual Property and Roman Law: Old Legal Histories and New Efforts at Harmonization
16:00-16:10: Virtual Coffee Break & Virtual Szeged Tour
16:10-17:20: Panel II – Towards a More Uniform EU Intellectual Property Law #2
Chair: Estelle Derclaye (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Clemens Appl, Danube-University Krems (Austria): Cultural Heritage and Digitisation: Preservation of Artistic Creation and its Copyright Implications
Legeza Dénes, Hungarian Intellectual Property Office (Budapest, Hungary): Breaking through the Dam – New Possibilities with Out of Commerce Works in the EU
Karolina Sztobryn, University of Łódź (Poland): Towards More Unified Protection of Users with Disabilities within IP law
Giulia Dore, University of Trento (Italy): European Moral Rights Harmonisation: Dream or Nightmare? Experimenting it to Works of Visual Arts
Philipp Homar, Johannes Kepler University of Linz (Austria): Property vs. Intellectual Property: Do Unauthorized Photographs of Artworks Taken in a Museum Infringe the Property of the Museum?
17:20-17:30: Virtual Coffee Break & Virtual Budapest Tour
17:30-18:40: Panel III – Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: Looking for an Intelligent Solution?
Chair: Péter Mezei (University of Szeged, Hungary)
Alina Trapova, Bocconi University (Milano, Italy): Should EU Copyright Law Protect Output Generated through Machine Learning?
Legislative Competences for a Balanced Internal Market
David Linke, Technical University Dresden (Germany): “From Sainted to Tainted” – Third Party Rights to AI Training Data
Rosa Maria Ballardini, University of Lapland (Rovaniemi, Finland): Artificial Intelligence and IPR: the Quest or Plea for AI as a Legal Subject
Mauritz Kop, Stanford University (United States) and AIRecht (Amsterdam, The Netherlands): AI & Intellectual Property: Towards an Articulated Public Domain
Zsolt György Balogh, Corvinus University (Budapest, Hungary): New Toolkit of Legal Knowledge Representation: Big Data and Fuzzy Logic
18:40-18:45: Closing remarks of the first day
Anett Pogácsás (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary)
April 20, 2021 (14:00-18:30)
14:00-15:40: Panel IV – Junior Track (Pitches on More Uniform EU IP Law & Technological Innovation and IP)
Senior Chair: Tim W. Dornis, Leuphana University (Lüneburg, Germany), Junior Chair: István Harkai (University of Szeged, Hungary)
Simon Geiregat, Ghent University (Belgium): Ownership in Data: It’s Here but It’s Not IP
Anastasiia Kyrylenko, Universities of Alicante (Spain) and of Strasbourg (France): CJEU: Exporting IP Case Law to Third Countries
Lucius Klobučník, Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom): Withdrawal of Online Rights from Collective Management Organisations in the EU and the US – Licensing and Regulatory Pitfalls
Ines Duhanic, Freie Universität Berlin (Germany): Avoidable Value Judgments in German Copyright Law: “Pure Purpose-free Arts” but no Art Experts Opinion – An Obsolete Relic of the Nazi Era?
Wojciech Biernacki, Adam Mickiewicz, University (Poznań, Poland): Access to On-board Data in Modern Cars – Between IP Protection, Competition, and…?
Ioanna Lapatoura, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom): 3D Printing Against Other Forms of Technology: A Battle for the Protection of IPRs
Schultz Márton, DHZ Legal (Budapest, Hungary): The Missing Statutory Regulation of Non-registered Trade Names in Hungary
Helena K. Jahromi, Technical University Dresden (Germany): Self-help as a Solution to Underenforcement in a Digital World?
15:40-15:50: Virtual Coffee Break & Virtual Szeged Tour
15:50-16:50: Panel V – Roundtable on Freedom and Responsibility of Online Platforms: Is Regulating Copyright Liability the Lone Perspective in the Digital Single Market?
Chair: Shubha Ghosh (Syracuse University, United States of America)
Katja Weckström Lindroos, University of Eastern Finland (Joensuu, Finland)
Katarzyna Klafkowska-Waśniowska, Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznań, Poland)
João Pedro Quintais, IViR, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Matěj Myška, Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic)
Lábody Péter, Hungarian Intellectual Property Office (Budapest, Hungary)
Rafał Sikorski, Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznań, Poland)
16:50-17:00: Virtual Coffee Break & Virtual Budapest Tour
17:00-18:20: Panel VI – New Roads on the IP Highway
Chair: Bernd Justin Jütte (University College Dublin, Ireland)
Anett Pogácsás, Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary): “To Waive or not to Waive?” – Some Thoughts on the Role of Waiving Copyright
Enrico Bonadio, City University of London (United Kingdom): Standard Essential Patents in Europe – Striking a Balance between the Need to Incentivise the Development of Useful Technologies and Guaranteeing Competition
Luis Javier Capote-Pérez, University of La Laguna (Spain): Intellectual Property and Orthophotography
Hannibal Travis, Florida International University (Miami, United States of America): The Right to Upgrade: Multimedia Lessons for IP’s Future
Miriyeva Narmin, University of Szeged (Hungary): The Importance of Consumers in B2C E-Commerce Transactions
Péter Munkácsi, Ministry of Justice (Budapest, Hungary): Ad ACTA? From 2012 to 2021 or a Few Special Years of IP Multilateralism from a European Perspective
18:20-18:30: Closing remarks of the reWIPS5 event
Péter Mezei (University of Szeged, Hungary)