The EU and Luxembourg legislators and regulators did not just sit around in 2018! They brought us several new laws and regulations which have already triggered big changes in the field of technology and intellectual property ("IP") law and regulation. And 2019 will not be a quiet year either since some important pending law and regulation proposals will be enacted (ePrivacy Regulation, amendments to CSSF rules on outsourcing) and some national laws still need to be implemented following the adoption of Europan directives (NIS and Trade Secret directives). Furthermore, some news trends continue to gain importance (e.g. artificial intelligence, block chain, etc.) and need a clear answer on how they should be dealt with from a legal perspective.
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Source: Agefi - January 2019