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Wednesday, August 22 • 12:30 - 13:00
Copyright reform and consumer rights: Convenience or repellent?

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Panelists weigh in on expected effects of upcoming EU legislation on games companies, and discuss how balanced laws can enhance creators’ and consumers’ rights while simultaneously improving market chances for games companies and leveling the playing field without suffocating actors with excessive regulation.    

In cooperation with VGBA

Speakers
avatar for Ann Becker

Ann Becker

Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Interactive Software Federation of Europe
ISFE is the European Federation representing the video games industry towards the European institutions and serves its membership across Europe. ISFE’s membership comprises national trade associations in 18 territories in Europe and 13 of the major publishers.  Ann has 18 years... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Christian-Henner Hentsch

Dr. Christian-Henner Hentsch

Legal Counsel, game – Verband der deutschen Games-Branche
Dr. Christian-Henner Hentsch works as a Legal Counsel for game – the German Games Industry Association, since January 2016. Before he represented the VG Media, a collecting society for broadcasters and press publishers. He also was working at the German Bundestag, in charge for... Read More →
avatar for Prof. Dr. Jan Bernd Nordemann

Prof. Dr. Jan Bernd Nordemann

Partner, Boehmert & Boehmert
Jan Bernd Nordemann is a partner of the German intellectual property law firm BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT and works at its Berlin and Potsdam office, where he specializes in copyright, trade mark, design, unfair competition and competition law.In copyright law, Prof. Nordemann advises companies... Read More →
avatar for Axel Voss

Axel Voss

Member of the European Parliament, CDU
avatar for Tiemo Wölken

Tiemo Wölken

Member of the European Parliament, SPD


Wednesday August 22, 2018 12:30 - 13:00
Track 5:
Law and games
Congress-Centrum Nord, Köln, Deutschland