Dr. Sylvie Nérisson

Affiliated Research Fellow

Immaterialgüter- und Wettbewerbsrecht

sylvie.nerisson(at)ip.mpg.de

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Paris II Universität, Magistra Legum an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin 1999, Aufbaustudium zur Rechtsvergleichung in ParisI und Paris II (DEA de droit comparé) 1999-2000, Studium der Kunstgeschichte in Paris I (DEUG) 2000-2001, Wissenschaftliche Referentin am MPI seit 2009, Promotion in Paris I und an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin zum Thema: Die Legitimität der kollektiven Rechtewahrnehmung von Urheberrechten in Frankreich und Deutschland (Docteur en droit) 2002-2011. Maître de conférences im IUT Bordeaux Montaigne und IRDAP (Université de Bordeaux).

Ehrungen und wissenschaftliche Preise

Prix de thèse André Isoré de la chancellerie des universités de Paris spécialisé en Droit et Sciences politiques pour l'année 2012

Prix du centre français de droit comparé (DEA-Arbeit zum Urheberpersönlichkeitsrecht post mortem auctoris in Deutschland und Frankreich) 2000

Mitgliedschaften

  • Mitglied der AFPIDA (französische Landesgruppe der ALAI)
  • Mitglied der Internationalen Vereinigung zur Förderung von Lehre und Forschung auf dem Gebiet des geistigen Eigentums (Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property - ATRIP)

Persönliche Links

Publikationen

Herausgeberschaften

Balancing Copyright - A Survey of National Approaches (MPI Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 18), Springer, Berlin 2012, IX + 1093 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty).

    Monographien und andere selbständige Publikationen

    La gestion collective des droits des auteurs en France et en Allemgne: quelle légitimité? (Bibliothèque de l'Institut de Recherche Juridique de la Sorbonne - André Tunc, 49), IRJS Editions, Paris 2013, 750 S.

      Le droit moral de l'auteur décédé en France et Allemagne (Cahiers IRPI, 4), IRPI, Paris 2003, 123 S.

        Beiträge in Sammelwerken, Kommentierungen, Handbüchern und Lexika

        The Rental and Lending Rights Directive, in: Irini Stamatoudi, Paul Torremans (Hg.), EU Copyright Law - A Commentary, 2. Aufl., Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2021, forthcoming.

          Collective Works in French Law, in: Niklas Bruun, Marja-Leena Mansala (Hg.), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Employment Law (Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property Series), Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA 2021, forthcoming (gemeinsam mit Stéphanie Le Cam).

            L'article 5.7 de la directive 2014/26/UE, une introduction diabolique du droit des contrats dans le droit d’auteur de l’Union européenne, in: Silke von Lewinski (Hg.), Remuneration for the Use of Works - Exclusivity vs. Other Approaches, De Gruyter, Berlin; Boston 2017, 259 - 265.

            • Event: International Congress of the International Literary and Artistic Association (ALAI), Bonn, 2015-06-18

            Collective Management and Exclusive Rights: Friends or Foes?, in: Paul Torremans (Hg.), Research Handbook on Copyright Law (Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property), Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2017, 417 - 441.

              La transposition de la directive 2014/26/UE: aperçu du projet de loi allemand du 11 novembre 2015, in: Liber Amicorum en l’honneur de Gilles Vercken, Cabinet Vercken & Gaullier, Paris 2017, 233 - 246.

                Remaining Scopes for Collective Management of Copyright in the Online World, in: Kung-Chung Liu, Reto M. Hilty (Hg.), Remuneration of Copyright Owners - Regulatory Challenges of New Business Models (MPI Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 27), Springer, Berlin; Heidelberg 2017, 71 - 83. DOI

                • The online world seems to enable creators and other rights holders to know who the users of their works are as well as to control their use. This may involve a shift of the role of collective management organizations towards a decrease of their scope of activity. This chapter defines collective management of copyright as it developed until today, and questions the decrease of the role of collective management of copyright considering the current developments.

                Collective Management of Copyright in France, in: Daniel Gervais (Hg.), Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights, Wolters Kluwer, Alphen aan den Rijn 2016, 175 - 203.

                  How Public Is the Public Domain? The Perpetual Protection of Inventions, Designs and Works by Trademarks, in: Hanns Ullrich et al. (Hg.), TRIPS plus 20 - From Trade Rules to Market Principles (MPI Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 25), Springer, Heidelberg; Berlin 2016, 561 - 599 (gemeinsam mit Kaya Köklü). DOI

                  • There are plenty of trademarks consisting of product shapes that effectively deter competition, although the original work or the invention giving the shape to the product (and to the trademark) is already in the public domain and should be free to be used by anyone. Trademark laws typically contain provisions declaring certain kinds of trademarks not protectable on the basis of absolute grounds for refusal. However, the legal practice reveals that these mechanisms within the trademark laws are not sufficient to safeguard the public domain. Companies frequently try to deter free competition by registering trademarks consisting of the shape of a product after they lose the exclusivity in the patent, industrial design or work that gave its value to the product and meanwhile belongs to the public domain. This problem occurs in particular in relation to popular inventions, but also to designs or characters of works that are of high commercial value. Not only in developing countries, courts seem to hesitate assessing an invention, design or work to be part of the public domain if the popularity and value of the product are significant. The most appropriate approach to solve this problem is to introduce an international mandatory regulation that overarches all intellectual property rights and explicitly safeguards the public domain. Such general principle in international law should particularly ensure that the free use of inventions, designs or works is not affected by trademarks once the underlying intellectual property right expires.

                  Block 1: Procedures to obtain a patent and legal framework, in: Europäsche Patentakademie, Europäisches Patentamt (Hg.), Patent Litigation A to Z, Europäisches Patentamt, München 2015 (gemeinsam mit Matthew Fisher et al.).

                  Recent EU Regulation on Collective Management of Authors’ Rights: The Forgotten Author, in: R. Birštonas Ramūnas, J. Usonienė (Hg.), Autorių teisių ir gretutinių teisių kolektyvinio administravimo reforma Europoje: konferencijos pranešimų rinkinys, Mykolo Romerio universitetas, Vilnius 2015.

                    The Rental and Lending Rights Directive, in: Irini Stamatoudi, Paul Torremans (Hg.), EU Copyright Law, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2014, 149 - 202.

                      Collective Copyright Management and Digitization: The European Experience, in: Ruth Towse, Christian Handke (Hg.), Handbook on the Digital Creative Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2013, 222 - 234 (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty).

                      • This chapter gives an overview of the impact of digitization on the current activities of Collective Management Organizations and provides perspectives on the future of collective rights management in Europe. First, an introduction shows how the traditional system works, namely, by limiting the freedom of contract of right holders and users on the one hand and by transforming the exclusive rights into an entitlement to remuneration for use on the other. The second section presents the turning point of the legal framework applicable to CRMOs on the European level, a move initiated by two of the Commission's DGs (Directorates General): Internal Market and Services (DG Market) and Competition (DG Comp). The third section will examine the current state of collective rights management in the music and visual domains. The chapter ends with the conclusion that the collective rights management system is currently adapting to digitization notwithstanding the interventions by DG Market, especially in the music sector. In fact, the availability of copyrighted works will heavily rely on collective rights management in the future as well - if not more than ever.
                      • Also published as: Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law Research Paper No. 13-09

                      France (national report), in: Frauke Henning-Bodewig (Hg.), International Handbook on Unfair Competition, Beck/Hart/Nomos, München/Oxford/Baden-Baden 2013, 207 - 230.

                        The Balance of Copyright, in: Karen B. Brown, David V. Snyder (Hg.), General Reports of the XVIIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law / Rapports Généraux du XVIIIème Congrès de l’Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé, Springer, Dordrecht 2012, 355 - 392 (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty).

                          Intellectual Property Liability of Consumers, Facilitators and Intermediaries - the Position in France, in: Christopher Heath, Anselm Kampermann Sanders (Hg.), Intellectual Property Liability of Consumers, Facilitators and Intermediaries, Kluwer Law International, Alphen aan den Rijn 2012, 67 - 85.

                          • Event: Intellectual Property Law Seminar, Macao, 2011-05-23

                          Ownership of Copyright and Investment Protection Rights in Teams and Networks - Need for new Roles?, in: Jan Rosén (Hg.), Individualism And Collectiveness In Intellectual Property Law, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2012, 128 - 146.

                            Overview, in: Reto M. Hilty, Sylvie Nérisson (Hg.), Balancing Copyright - A Survey of National Approaches (MPI Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 18), Springer, Berlin 2012, 1 - 78 (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty). DOI

                            • Auch veröffentlicht als: Max-Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition & Tax Law Research Paper Series No. 12-05
                            • Available at SSRN

                            Geistiges Eigentum als Mittel der Entwicklungspolitik – Afrikanisch-europäische Konferenz zum geistigen Eigentum, Jaunde, 15. bis 17. Juli 2008, GRUR Int 57, 12 (2008), 1018 - 1020 (gemeinsam mit Oliver Fischer).

                            • Event: Afrikanisch-europäische Konferenz zum geistigen Eigentum, Jaunde, 2008-07-15

                            Aufsätze

                            De l'indisponibilité de la rémunération équitable et des phonogrammes publiés à des fins de commerce [Of unavailability of equitable remuneration, and of phonograms published for commercial purposes], La Semaine Juridique: Entreprise et Affaires 31-35 (2020), 1326.

                              The MusicMatic Decision of the French Cour de cassation: Creative Commons Licenses versus Mandatory Collective Management of Broadcasting Rights of Commercial Phonograms, GRUR Int 69, 8 (2020), 852 - 854. DOI

                                La réception du financement participatif par la propriété intellectuelle: jusqu'ici tout va bien, Droit et patrimoine 274 (2017), 41 - 46.

                                  Le domaine public en question(s), I2D - information, données et documents 2016/1 (2016), 27.

                                    Du rififi dans l'équitable de la photocopie, I2D - information, données et documents 2016/2 (2016), 27.

                                      Le droit d’exploitation secondaire de l’auteur scientifique, I2D - information, données et documents 2016/3 (2016), 27.

                                        Les contours de l’exception au droit d’auteur en faveur des personnes handicapées, I2D - information, données et documents 2016/3 (2016), 25 - 26.

                                          2016, une année riche en jurisprudence sur le droit de prêt, I2D - information, données et documents 2016/4 (2016), 27.

                                            Has Collective Management of Copyright Run Its Course? Not so Fast, IIC 46, 5 (2015), 505 - 507. DOI

                                              Last Year at Marienbad: The ECJ OSA Decision: Milestones on the Way to a European Law of Copyright and of its Management, EIPR 37, 6 (2015), 399 - 405.

                                                La gestion collective des droits numériques des "livres indisponibles du XXe siècle" renvoyée à la CJUE: le Conseil d'État face aux fondamentaux du droit d'auteur, Recueil Dalloz 191, 7649 (2015), 1427 - 1431.

                                                  La directive 2014/26/UE du 26 février 2014 sur la gestion collective des droits d’auteur et des droits voisins: vol au-dessus de vaches sacrées intouchables, Propriétés intellectuelles 51, 4 (2014), 135 - 150.

                                                    Les arrêts CISAC du 12 avril 2013: retour vers le futur et à une concurrence pondérée?, Revue du droit des technologies de l’information 53 (2013), 41 - 52.

                                                      Europäischer Rechtsrahmen für Verwertungsgesellschaften: die hochfliegenden Pläne der Europäischen Kommission in ihrem Richtlinienvorschlag, ZUM 57, 3 (2013), 185 - 191.

                                                        La lex google d’outre-Rhin, un nouveau droit voisin pour les éditeurs de presse, IRPI-flash 2012 18.10.2012.

                                                          Frankreich - Die erste gerichtliche Entscheidung im Rahmen des HADOPI-Gesetzes, GRUR Int 61, 12 (2012), 1166.

                                                            Kulturförderung, Solidarität und Verteilungsgerechtigkeit in Recht und Praxis urheberrechtlicher Verwertungsgesellschaften, GRUR Int 60, 4 (2011), 283 - 295 (gemeinsam mit Paul Katzenberger).

                                                              Commission clears France's "Carte Musique Jeune" - A Mistaken Measure?, European state aid law quarterly 10, 2 (2011), 207 - 210.

                                                                The French Route to an ISP Safe Harbour, Compared to German and US Ways, IIC 42, 1 (2011), 55 - 73 (gemeinsam mit Rita Matulionytė).

                                                                  Frankreich – Die erste Stufe der Internetsperre bei Online-Urheberrechtsverletzungen soll Ende Juni eintreten, GRUR Int 59, 7 (2010), 637.

                                                                    Perpetual Moral Rights: A Troubling Justification for a Fair Result, IIC 36, 8 (2005), 953 - 961.

                                                                      Rezensionen

                                                                      Rezension von: Jane C. Ginsburg and Edouard Treppoz: International Copyright Law U.S. and E.U. Perspectives – Text and Cases. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA 2015. 880 S. ISBN 978-1-78347-797-5, IIC 48, 1 (2017), 124 - 127. DOI

                                                                        Rezension von: Brad Spitz: Guide to Copyright in France – Business, Internet and Litigation, Kluwer Law International, Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands, 2015. xxxviii + 233 Seiten. ISBN: 978-90-411-5287-9, IIC 47, 1 (2016), 132 - 133.

                                                                          Rezension von: Strowel, Alain / Tulkens, Francois (Hrsg.): Droit d'auteur et liberté d'expression - Regards francophones, d'Europe et d'ailleurs. Larcier, Brüssel 2006, 160 S., ISBN 2-8044- 2107-4, GRUR Int 56, 7 (2007), 631 - 633.

                                                                            Forschungspapiere

                                                                            International Instrument on Permitted Uses in Copyright Law (Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper, No. 21-06), 2021, 66 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty et al.).

                                                                            Overview of National Reports About 'Balancing Copyright' (Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property & Competition Law Research Paper, No. 12-05 ), 2012, 94 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty).

                                                                            Social Functions of Collective Management Societies (CMS) - Provisory Conclusions, 2007, 14 S.

                                                                            Stellungnahmen

                                                                            Positionspapier des Max-Planck-Instituts für Innovation und Wettbewerb vom 1. Mai 2015 zur Umsetzung des WIPO-Vertrags von Marrakesch über eine zwingende urheberrechtliche Schranke zugunsten von Blinden, Sehbehinderten und Menschen mit Leseschwäche, 2015, 15 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty et al.). DOI

                                                                            Stellungnahme des Max-Planck-Instituts für Immaterialgüter- und Wettbewerbsrecht zur Anfrage des Bundesministeriums der Justiz vom 20. Februar 2013 - Zum Referentenentwurf eines Gesetzes zur Einführung einer Regelung zur Nutzung verwaister Werke und weiterer Änderungen des Urheberrechtsgesetzes sowie des Urheberrechtswahrnehmungsgesetz, 2013, 27 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty et al.).

                                                                            Comments of the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law on the Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on collective management of copyright and related rights and multi-territorial licensing of rights in musical works for online uses in the internal market COM (2012) 372, 2013, 35 S. (gemeinsam mit Josef Drexl et al.). DOI

                                                                            • Auch veröffentlicht als: Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property & Competition Law Research Paper No. 13-04
                                                                            • Auch veröffentlicht in: IIC 44,3 ; 322 - 350
                                                                            • The Max Planck Institute welcomes the initiative of the European Commission for a binding legal instrument on collective management of copyright and related rights in the EU. Numerous provisions are to be appreciated (paras 15 and 31). Yet the Commission seems to fail to take account of the full legal framework and factual circumstances that have structured the current system of collective rights management. Disposing of natural monopolies in a two-sided market (paras 5-9), collecting societies (about this terminology, see footnote 2) should not refuse to grant access to their services to rightholders and users. Hence, it is strongly recommended that the European legislature follows the experience of numerous Members States and proposes an obligation to contract with rightholders (para 10) as well as with users (para 11). The critique on the Commission’s approach to cross-border licences for online rights on musical works as set forth in the Recommendation of 2005 (footnote 6) has unfortunately not been duly considered and the Commission’s assessment of the practical effects of the Recommendation is mistaken (paras 9-10, 12, 17, 46 et seq.). Differences of substantive copyright law among Member States still constitute an obstacle to the establishment of an internal market for works. This is why the Institute deems the Commission's sectorial approach to the regulation of cross-border licensing to be problematic. Also such regulation would require further harmonisation of substantive copyright law (paras 13, 20 and 25). Moreover, the Proposal fails to take account of statutory remuneration rights and cases of mandatory collective management (see paras 14, 18 and 36). Both pursue specific protection of original rightholders. In this regard the Proposal’s refusal to distinguish between different categories of rightholders raises concerns (paras 15-18, 28, 55). Since collecting societies manage copyrights and related rights arising from national law, and considering the benefits of an authorisation system (paras 57 and 69 et seq.), which can be found in several Member States, the Institute advises the European legislature to clearly state that the intellectual property exception of article 17(11) of the Service Directive applies to collecting societies (paras 19-24). The Proposal endangers the balance both between different categories of rightholders and between rightholders and users that the established system of collective management of copyright in Europe traditionally seeks to achieve (see paras 32-45, 64). It thereby compromises the laudable goal to foster the establishment of an internal market for online uses of works across Europe (paras 12, 26, 46-65).
                                                                            • Max_Planck_Comments_Collective_Rights_Management.pdf
                                                                            • Available at SSRN

                                                                            Stellungnahme des Max-Planck-Instituts für Immaterialgüter- und Wettbewerbsrecht zur Anfrage des Bundesministeriums der Justiz vom 6. Juli 2011 - Zum Richtlinienvorschlag der Europäischen Kommission über bestimmte zulässige Formen der Nutzung verwaister Werke, KOM(2011)289, 2011, 12 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty et al.).

                                                                            • English version in: GRUR Int 60,10 (2011), 818 - 821 published under the title Comments of the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law on the Commission Proposal for a Directive on Certain Permitted Uses of Orphan Works
                                                                            • Also published as: Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property & Competition Law Research Paper No. 11-14
                                                                            • The Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law comments on the Commission's proposal for a new directive on certain permitted uses of orphan works - COM(2011)289. In principle,the Institute welcomes the proposal of the Commission, which, after years of discussion, is now attempting to create a legal framework allowing libraries in particular both to digitise their archives and to make such archives available in an online library or archive. Instead of addressing the digitisation of public collections or collections as such, the Commission limits itself to orphan works. From the Institute's point of view, this approach raises several - to some extent fundamental - concerns.
                                                                            • Stellungnahme-RichtlinienvorschlagVerwaisteWerke7.pdf
                                                                            • Available at SSRN

                                                                            Vorträge

                                                                            19.09.19

                                                                            Competition and Collective Management of Copyright in the 2019 Directives

                                                                            Veranstalter: ALAI Copyright Congress 2019
                                                                            Ort: Prag, Tschechische Republik


                                                                            07.06.19

                                                                            Die Vergütung der Kreativen: Neues zum deutschen, europäischen und ausländischen Urheberrechtsvertrag - Rechtsvergleichende Perspektive

                                                                            Veranstalter: ALAI Deutschland
                                                                            Ort: München


                                                                            23.02.18

                                                                            Attempts to circumvent the straightjacket of Exceptions and Limitations: (Mandatory) Collective Management of Copyright between Nationalism and Globalism

                                                                            MIPLC 15th Anniversary and 6th Annual Alumni Conference
                                                                            Ort: München


                                                                            16.04.15

                                                                            Recent EU Regulation of Collective Management of Authors’ and Neighbouring Rights: the Forgotten Author

                                                                            Veranstalter: Mykolas Romeris University
                                                                            Ort: Vilnius, Litauen


                                                                            18.06.13

                                                                            The Future of Collective Rights Management in Musical Works – An Assessment of the Proposal for a Directive on collective management of copyright and related rights and multi-territorial licensing of rights in musical works for online uses in the internal

                                                                            Veranstalter: PPE
                                                                            Ort: Europäisches Parlament, Brüssel, Belgien


                                                                            20.03.13

                                                                            Interessenausgleich im Urheberrecht – Probleme und mögliche Lösungsansätze

                                                                            Veranstalter: Goethe-Institut
                                                                            Ort: Lissabon, Portugal


                                                                            07.12.12 
                                                                            Panel-Diskussion zum Thema "Europäischer Rechtsrahmen für Verwertungsgesellschaften"
                                                                            Veranstalter: Institut für Urheber- und Medienrecht
                                                                            Ort: Literaturhaus, München


                                                                            13.11.12 
                                                                            Bewertung des Richtlinienvorschlags zur kollektiven Rechtewahrnehmung
                                                                            Veranstalter: Task Force for IP and data protection of the S&D group
                                                                            Ort: Europäisches Parlament, Brüssel, Belgien


                                                                            06.06.12 
                                                                            The Copyright Challenge: Can Europe ensure that creators’ rights are collected and managed fairly?
                                                                            ​​​​​​​Ort: Europäisches Parlament, Brüssel, Belgien


                                                                            17.02.12 
                                                                            Französische Perspektive: Privatkopie und Geräteabgabe im Lichte der Padawan-Rechtsprechung des EuGH
                                                                            ALAI Deutschland
                                                                            Ort: Max-Planck-Institut für Immaterialgüter- und Wettbewerbsrecht, München 


                                                                            25.11.11
                                                                            Propiedad Intelectual y Universidad: la experiencia alemana
                                                                            as part of the congress: Congreso "Universidad y Propiedad Intelectual"
                                                                            Ort: Valencia, Spanien


                                                                            23.05.11
                                                                            Internet Service Providers – IP Infringers or Innocent Bystanders ? The French Position+
                                                                            Intellectual Property LawSeminar; 23 - 24 May 2011; organized by the Institute of European Studies of Macau (IEEM) about "Consumers, Facilitators,and Intermediaries – IP Infringers or Innocent Bystanders?"
                                                                            Ort: Macao, VR China


                                                                            27.10.10
                                                                            La contrefaçon des sculptures en France et en Allemagne
                                                                            Presentation of the legal situation regarding copyrights protection of sculptures in France and Germany (together with Dr. Agnès Lucas-Schloetter). Symposium of the Fondation Giacometti at Musée Rodin
                                                                            Ort: Paris, Frankreich


                                                                            24.05.10 
                                                                            Ownership of copyright and investment protection rights in teams and networks: Need for new rules?
                                                                            ATRIP Congress about Individualism and Collectiveness in Intellectual Property Law – participated in the panel "Ownership of copyright and investment protection rights in teams and networks: Need for new rules?" with a focus on the collective management of copyrights
                                                                            Ort: Stockholm, Schweden


                                                                            24.06.09
                                                                            Graduated Response – Lösungswege aus dem Digitalen Dilemma?
                                                                            Forum "medienrecht", im Rahmen des medienforum.nrw 2009
                                                                            Ort: Köln

                                                                            Lehrveranstaltungen

                                                                            13.05.19

                                                                            Collective Management of Copyright in EU: an Overview (Law Tech IT seminars)

                                                                            Scientific coordination: Roberto Caso, Giulia Dore, Valentina Moscon
                                                                            Ort: Università di Trento, Italien


                                                                            September 2018 - September 2019

                                                                            Droits des organismes de gestion collective - M2 Droit du numérique

                                                                            Ort: Université de Poitiers, Frankreich


                                                                            Seit September 2018

                                                                            Einführung ins Recht, Informations- und Kommunikationsrecht, Urheberrecht, Arbeitsrecht im Rahmen des DUT information communication du livre (Ausbildung zu Berufen in der Buchbranche)

                                                                            Ort: IUT Bordeaux-Montaigne, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, Frankreich


                                                                            September 2015 - Juli 2018

                                                                            Einführung ins Recht, Informations- und Kommunikationsrecht, Urheberrecht, Arbeitsrecht im Rahmen des DUT information communication du livre (Ausbildung zu Berufen in der Buchbranche)

                                                                            Ort: IUT Bordeaux-Montaigne, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, Frankreich


                                                                            SS 2015

                                                                            Copyright Licensing

                                                                            Ort: MIPLC, München


                                                                            WS 14/15

                                                                            Introduction au droit civil et droit des contrats

                                                                            Ort: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
                                                                            Zeit: Freitags 14 c.t. - 18 Uhr


                                                                            SS 2014

                                                                            Copyright Licensing

                                                                            Ort: MIPLC, München