Organised by the SCL Media Group
Hosted and sponsored by Osborne Clarke LLP
Date: Friday 7 June 2019
Time: 9 am – 1 pm (Registration, networking and refreshments from 8.30 am, lunch and networking from 1 pm).
Venue: Osborne Clarke, London
Chair: Ashley Hurst, Partner, Osborne Clarke
Nicola Phillips, Head of Legal, ITV Commercial & Group Marketing
Lorna Woods, Professor of Internet Law, University of Essex
Sacha Wilson, Partner, Harbottle & Lewis
Ben McMeechan, Associate, Harbottle & Lewis
Ashley Hurst, Partner, Osborne Clarke
Ian Helme, Matrix Chambers
Digital media law is an area of constant change. The revised AVMS Directive adopted last year is likely to be implemented in the UK, with enhanced rules for the protection of children and extended to cover a wider class of digital media players. There are ongoing discussions about the future of online TV and the regulation of electronic programme guides, and proposed reforms to copyright law and to consumer regulations will impact on media distribution and advertising. And now the Government has released its long-awaited White Paper on Online Harms which proposes a "duty of care" on social media companies.
This half day masterclass led by SCL’s Media Committee will explore these issues in detail.
From 8.30 - Registration, refreshments and networking
9.30 - TV, Tech & Regulation (Nicola Phillips)
10.10 - Consumer Regulation of Digital Content (Sacha Wilson & Ben McMeechan)
10.50 - Coffee
11.20 - The White Paper on Online Harms (Ashley Hurst & Lorna Woods)
12.00 - Round up of digital media law cases (Ian Helme)
12.40 - Close
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