SEPTEMBER 18 – 20, 2019
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
HOT TOPICS AND EMERGING BUSINESS MODELS IN THE INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF RIGHTS
ABOUT THE EVENT /
A packed, varied programme of today’s frontline topics in copyright management including blockchain-powered copyright, big data, cross-border issues and geoblocking, extended and mandatory collective management and EU directive on collective management, competition and many others. Prominent speakers from all around the world provide deep insights into global developments surrounding copyright, its management, administration and licensing.
An excellent opportunity to meet attorneys, academics, government officials, copyright management organizations’ representatives, licensing bodies and businesses involved in copyright licensing, especially in the music and audiovisual industry.
PRELIMINARY ACADEMIC PROGRAMME WILL BE PUBLISHED IN OCTOBER 2018.
Speakers will include WIPO and EU officials, academics,
representatives of the private sector, CMOs and large users.
Josef Drexl, Mihály Ficsor,
prof. Bernt Hugenholtz,
Sylvie Nérisson, Gadi Oron,
EMP Pavel Svoboda,
prof. Raquel Xalabarder
The ALAI 2019 Copyright Congress will take place at Grandior Hotel Prague.
Online booking will be opened in October 2018.
Grandior Hotel Prague provides five-star level accommodation and superior services for business and leisure travellers who prefer design contemporary style of accommodation in walking distance to city centre. Most of the Prague´s points of interest are within walking distance from the hotel location.
- 2018 – Canada – Le droit d’auteur en action:Perspectives internationales sur les recours
- 2017 – Copenhagen – Copyright, to be or not to be
- 2016 – Rome – Applied Arts under IP Law: the uncertain border between beauty and usefulness
- 2015 – Bonn – Remuneration for the use of works – Exclusivity vs. other approaches
- 2014 – Brussels – Moral Rights in the 21st Century – The changing role of the moral rights in an era of information overload
- 2013 – Cartagena de Indias – Dissemination and Management of Works of Authorship on the Internet
- 2012 – Kyoto – Copyright and Related Rights in the “Cloud” Environment
- 2011 – Dublin Expansion and Contraction of Copyright: Subject Matter, Scope, Remedies
- 2010 – Vienna – The Duration of Copyright and Related Rights
- 2009 – London “From 1710 to Cyberspace”, celebrating 300 years of copyright and looking to its future
- 2008 – Dubrovnik – Cultural Diversity: its Effects on Authors and Performers in the Context of Globalisation
- 2007 – Uruguay – The Author’s Place in XXI Century Copyright
- 2006 – Barcelona – Copyright and Freedom of Expression
- 2005 – Paris – Exploring the Sources of Copyright
- 2004 – Oaxaca – Infringement of Works of Authorship: from Traditional Piracy to the Liability of Internet Enterprises
- 2003 – Budapest – Protection of Creators’ Rights in the Information Society
- 2002 – Neuchâtel – A Copyright-Internet World
- 2001 – New York – Adjuncts and Alternatives to Copyright
- 2000 – Stockholm – Copyright, Related Rights and Media Convergence in the Digital Context