Dr. Valentina Moscon

Senior Research Fellow

Intellectual Property and Competition Law

+49 89 24246-447
valentina.moscon(at)ip.mpg.de

Fields of interest:

Copyright Law and Copyright-related Rights (European, International and National); Information Regulation; Open Access and University Technology Transfer;  Intellectual Property and Competition Law (in particular with regard to Technology- and Content-driven Markets);  Law & Economics; Civil Law (in particular, Contract Law and Tort Law); Comparative Law.

Work Experience

2016 - ongoing

Senior Research Fellow
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition

2009 - 2016

Research Fellow
University of Trento, Trento, Italy

2014 - 2016

Legal Advisor at the Technology Transfer Office of the University of Trento
Technology Transfer Office of the University of Trento, Trento, Italy

2007 - 2013

Freelance Lawyer - Trento Bar Association
Self-employment, Trento, Italy

2011

Teaching Assistant
Summer School  on Legal Translation for Legal Education

University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy

2009

Teaching Assistant
Summer School on International Intellectual Property Law

University of Trento - Bocconi University of Milan - Scuola S. Anna di Pisa Scientific Italy

Teaching Assistant
Academic Course, Introduction to Private and Public Law
University of Trento, Faculty of Economics, Italy

2004 - 2006

Trainee Lawyer
Peterlongo - Failoni - Zanoni Law Firm, Trento, Italy

2005 - 2009

Research Assistant in Comparative Private Law and Private Law
University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Trento, Italy

2002 - 2003

Contract Researcher in Toponomy
Trento Government (PAT), Department of Culture, Trento, Italy

1999 - 2003

Primary School Teacher
Trento Government (PAT), Department of Education, Trento, Italy

Education and Training

2015
Course on Human Resources Management- Responsibilities of a Human Resource Manager
List of principal subjects covered: HR Management and assessment; responsibilites of a human resource manager; recruitment; selection and appraisal processes; Business culture and ethics; Managing employees and Change (employee Motivation, employee Relations; Managing Change).
Alison e-learning


2015
Training Course on Intellectual Property, Ethics & the Utilization of Academic Research in Health/Life science
Health-2-Market Training
List of principal subjects covered: Integration of research and innovation; managing intellectual assets, property and capital; academic value creation; governance of projects on research and moral considerations.
University of Gothenburg, Sweden


2012
Summers School - Networks do matter. Inter-firm Networks for Innovation: an Intellectual Property Perspective
List of principal subjects covered: The Summer School was dedicated to the relationship between innovation and the role of intellecutal property in the construction and operation of inter-firm networks.
University of Trento and Bocconi University of Milan, Italy


2009 - 2010
Post-graduate Course on Legal Professional Training
Teachers: Francesco Caringella, Roberto Garofoli, Giuseppe Chiné
List of principal subjects covered: Administrative Law; Private Law, Criminal Law.
Private School: Lexfor - Milan, Italy


2010
Specialisation Course on Mediation in Civil and Commercial matters
List of principal subjects covered: Legal framework of mediation, ADR & ODR; ADR in practice: key features and techniques; Applying core mediation skills; The role of the lawyer, the mediator and the parties; Mediation advocacy; B2C & B2B mediation.
Resolutia and Trento Bar Association, Trento, Italy


2005 - 2008
Ph.D. in European and Comparative Private Law
PhD thesis subject: Copyright, Contract, Digital Rights Management and Technological Means to Translate Law Regulation into Computer Code. Supervisor: Prof. Roberto Caso.
Department of Legal Science - University of Trento, Italy


2007
Admission to the Italian Bar Association
Trento Bar Association; in Written exam in 12/2006; Oral Exam in 09/2007


2006
Course on Criminal law Legal Defence
List of principal subjects covered: Criminal Law; Procedural criminal Law; professional ethics and code of practice.
Trento Bar Associatio


2005
Post-graduate Course in High Legal Education  - Private School
List of principal subjects covered: Administrative Law; Private Law; Criminal Law.
C.S.I.M.A. Bologna, Italy


1999 – 2004
Juris Doctor 110/110 with summa cum laude
Master Thesis subject: Valore della vita e risarcimento del danno extracontrattuale (Tort Law, Death Damages and Value of Life)
Supervisor: Prof. Roberto Caso
Faculty of Law, University of Trento, Italy


2001
National Qualification in Teaching
Ministry of Education - Italian Government


1994 - 1999
High School Diploma (Diploma di maturita')
Istituto magistrale - Liceo classico "Alcide Degasperi" Cles, Trento, Italy

Academic Prizes and Awards

2014Merit Based Research Grant “Giovani ricercatori 2014”
University of Trento (Italy)


2012
Prize of Ph.D. Thesis in IT Law "Premio Nazionale Vittorio Frosini"
Assigned by a Scientific Committee composed of Prof. Pietro Rescigno, Prof. Tommaso Edoardo Frosini and Prof. Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich.
Premio Nazionale Vittorio Frosini (Preis für die Dissertation).


2011
Merit Based Research Grant 
Italian Bar Association ("Consiglio Nazionale Forense")

 
2005 - 2008
Merit Based Research Grant for PhD Candidates
University of Trento (Italy)


2005
Prize for the Graduation Theses in Life Insurance and Tort Law
"Premio Fondazione Mario Gasbarri - Alleanza Assicurazioni"

International Research Experience

2015
Visiting Researcher
Institute of European Comparative Law, University of Oxford


2013 - 2014
Visiting Researcher
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich, Germany


2011
Visiting Researcher
Institute of European and Comparative Law, University of Oxford, UK


2008
Visiting PhD Candidate
Universiteit van Amsterdam - Institute for Information Law, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Institutional Appointments

2015
Member of the "Date Monitoring Board"
having Consultant functions as an expert on Intellectual Property Law
Ca'Foscari University of Venice, Italy


2014 - 2015
Member of Evaluation Committee 
Evaluation committee for the recruitment of a graduate qualified to be tenured at the Techology Transfer Office of the University of Trento, Italy


2014
Member of the Commission on Open Access to Scholarly Works
University of Trento, Italy

Voluntary Activities and Memberships

2018
Member of ALAI


2016 - 2017
Member of ATRIP International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research of Intellectual Property
An academic non-profit-association
http://atrip.org/


2015
Co-founder, board member and secretary of AISA (Associazione Italiana per la Promozione della Scienza Aperta – Italian association promoting open science)
A cultural non-profit-association


2014
Italian referent as “National copyright expert”
Research project “A EU comparative legal study on the concepts of originality, digitization, and derivative works in copyright law”
Institute for Information Law of the University of Amsterdam


2014
Contributor to the Magazines "Know Transfer" and "Unitrentomag" of the University of Trento


2014
Member of the Alumni Association of the Max Planck Institute for Information and Competition Law
http://www.mpg.de/alumni_activities


2013
Co-founder MUSIUS (Music and Law)
A cultural non-profit-association with the aim to developing Regulation and education in the field of music


2013
TEDx Speaker on “Attori del cambiamento: La casa come spazio di condivisione e relazione”
(Actors of Change: The house as a space for sharing and relationship)
TEDx TRENTO “Qualità della vita” (Quality of Life) (http://tedxtrento.com/)


2010
Italian referent as “National copyright expert”
Research project “The Public Domain Calculator”
Europeana Connect project coordinated by the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek 


2008 - 2015
IRIS network correspondent, Strasbourg  (http://merlin.obs.coe.int/newsletter.php)
76 Allée de la Robertsau F – 67000 Strasbourg - France
Tel. +33 (0) 90 21 60 00
E-mail: obs(at)obs.coe.int

Publications

Edited Works

Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12 ), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 208 pp. (together with Reto M. Hilty).

Contributions to Collected Editions, Commentaries, Handbooks and Encyclopaedias

Neighbouring rights: in search of a dogmatic foundation. The press publishers' case, in: Taina Pihlajarinne, Juha Vesala, Olli Honkkila (eds.), Online Distribution of Content in the EU, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA 2019, 40 - 61.

Permitted Uses in Copyright Law. Is There Need for an International Instrument?, in: Shyam Balganesh, Haochen Sun, Loy Wee Loon (eds.), Comparative Aspects of Limitations and Exceptions in Copyright Law, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2019, forthcoming (together with Reto M. Hilty).

Part F - Claims to Fair Compensation (Article 12 COM(2016) 593 final), in: Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon (eds.), Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 89 - 98 (together with Reto M. Hilty).

    Part E - Protection of Press Publications Concerning Digital Uses (Article 11 COM(2016) 593 final), in: Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon (eds.), Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 79 - 88 (together with Reto M. Hilty).

      Part D - Copyright Contract Law (Article 10 and Articles 14-16 COM(2016) 593 final), in: Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon (eds.), Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 71 - 78 (together with Reto M. Hilty).

        Part B - Copyright Exceptions and Limitations, Chapter 4: Implementation of Marrakesh Treaty (COM(2016) 596 final and COM(2016) 595 final), in: Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon (eds.), Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 51 - 60 (together with Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon).

          Part A - General Remarks, in: Reto M. Hilty, Valentina Moscon (eds.), Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Modernisation of the EU Copyright Rules - Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper, No. 17-12), Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich 2017, 13 - 23 (together with Reto M. Hilty).

            Open Access, Open Science, Open Society, in: Fernando Loizides, Birgit Schmidt (eds.), Positioning and Power in Academic Publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, IOS Press, Amsterdam 2016, 75 - 86 (together with Roberto Caso et al.). DOI

              Open Access Implementation: From a Bottom-up Order to a Top Down Disorder? The Italian Work, in: Raquel de Román Pérez (ed.), Propiedad Intelectual en las Universidades Públicas: Titularidad, Gestión y Transferencia, Editorial Comares, Albolote (Granada) 2016, 377 - 393 (together with Roberto Caso).

                Proprietà intellettuale e scienza aperta, in: Giovanni Pascuzzi (ed.), Il diritto dell'era digitale (Manuali), Il Mulino, Bologna 2016, 289 - 304.

                  Academic Freedom, Copyright, and Access to Scholarly Works: A Comparative Perspective, in: Roberto Caso, Federica Giovanella (eds.), Balancing Copyright Law in the Digital Age, Springer, Berlin; Heidelberg 2015, 99 - 135. DOI

                  • The right to academic freedom protected both under international treaties and national constitutions is at the very heart of social, cultural, and economic development. As far as scientific research and teaching are concerned, copyright has to be considered within the context of a proper balancing of rights. This issue will be addressed taking into account the traditional publication model in light of the peculiarities of scientific research, including the mechanisms of evaluating research and the relevant stakeholders’s interests that differ from those characterizing other sectors of content production. We will analyze whether the current practice in academic content dissemination and legal framework are compliant with academic freedom principles, considering the role of copyright in science. Since effective protection of academic freedom also depends on the possibility of access to knowledge, we will examine whether and how the open access model can achieve a proper balance between the rights at stake, looking at legal instruments recently issued by Italian, German, and US legislatures. Proposal for copyright provisions tailored to specific needs of the scientific field will be considered as well.

                  University Knowledge Transfer: From Fundamental Rights to Open Access Within International Law, in: Guiseppe Bellantuono, Fabiano Teodoro Lara (eds.), Law, Development and Innovation (SxI - Springer for Innovation / SxI - Springer per l'Innovazione, 13), Springer 2015, 147 - 189. DOI

                  • Education, research, cooperation, and social participation all play a role in innovation as a catalyst for economic and social progress. Universities are among the chief stakeholders in this process. Nonetheless privatization of scientific outputs weakens the benefits of science to society and undermines the norms of science, which are based on accessing and sharing knowledge. Indeed, there is growing disorder in setting university missions whereby IP is evaluated as a value in of itself. Yet, scientific results are a collective achievement, built on vast quantities of publicly funded research and university knowledge transfer occurs mostly through open conferences, databases, and publications. This chapter focuses on scholarly publishing as a segment of knowledge transfer. It will examine open access as a tool that, according to a holistic approach, contributes to establishing a balance among all basic rights at stake, including academic freedom. The idea of a pluralistic system of knowledge transfer where “open” and “proprietary” models are not mutually exclusive will be defended. Moreover, an incentive-oriented copyright change, tailored to the specific needs of research, might be built on the TRIPS flexibility. While TRIPS prohibits discrimination, it does not prevent States from treating different situations differently. Accordingly, we might imagine a paradigm shift in the protection of academic works. Indeed, while moral right is a cornerstone, commercial exploitation of publications is not the aim of academic authors. Therefore, applying a “functional” perspective to IP the work should be protectable as long as its market needs to be preserved.

                  Proprietà, possesso e detenzione. Disponibilità materiale della cosa e animus possidendi nella giurisprudenza della Suprema Corte (Ownership, possession and detention in Italian case law), in: Teresa Pasquino (ed.), Antologia di casi giurisprudenziali. Materiali per lo studio del diritto privato (Case law on private law), Giappichelli 2015, 151 - 164.

                    Autonomia negoziale e contratto atipico. Il caso del contratto di edizione musicale (Freedom of negotiation and atypical contracts. Music Publishing Contracts), in: Teresa Pasquino (ed.), Antologia di casi giurisprudenziali. Materiali per lo studio del diritto privato (Case law on private law), Giappichelli 2015, 175 - 192.

                      Misure tecnologiche di protezione (diritto d’autore) (Technological Proctection Measures - Copyright), in: Rodolfo Sacco (ed.), Digesto delle discipline privatistiche - Sezione civile, Aggiornamento 8, UTET, Torino 2013.

                        Le regole della musica nell’era digitale. Tecnologie, modelli di business e paradigmi giuridici (Music, business models and rules in the digital age), in: Alessandro Valenti (ed.), Musica e diritto. La legislazione per lo spettacolo e le attività musicali - norme, contratti, diritti, obblighi, sanzioni (Music and Law), Giappichelli, Torino 2012.

                          Obbligazioni pecuniarie e datio in solutum: può considerarsi estintivo del debito il pagamento a mezzo assegno circolare, senza consenso del creditore? (Contract law and datio in solutum), in: Teresa Pasquino (ed.), Antologia di casi giurisprudenziali. Materiali per lo studio del diritto privato (Case law on private law), Giapichelli, Torino 2011, 127.

                            Obbligazioni soggettivamente complesse e condominio: di quelle condominiali i condomini sono responsabili in solido o pro quota? (Joint ownership and liability), in: Teresa Pasquino (ed.), Antologia di casi giurisprudenziali. Materiali per lo studio del diritto privato (Case law on private law), Giapichelli, Torino 2011, 107.

                              Il ruolo creativo della giurisprudenza nella definizione del sistema di risarcimento del danno non patrimoniale alla persona: dal codice del 1942 alle pronunce di S. Martino (Case Law on Tort law), in: Teresa Pasquino (ed.), Antologia di casi giurisprudenziali. Materiali per lo studio del diritto privato (Case law on private law), Giapichelli, Torino 2011, 227.

                                "Etica della virtù": una rilettura della riforma del copyright canadese, traduzione italiana di D. Lametti, How Virtue Ethics Might Help Erase C-32’s Conceptual Incoherence, in: Michael Geist (ed.), From "Radical Extremism" to "Balanced Copyright": Canadian Copyright and the Digital Agenda, Irwin Law, Toronto 2010, 309 (together with Giulia Dore).

                                • Also published in: Diritto dell'informazione e dell'informatica, 2013, 657

                                Rappresentazione informatica dei diritti e diffusione della conoscenza (Knowledge dissemination and digital rights management), in: Roberto Caso (ed.), Accesso aperto alla conoscenza scientifica e sistema trentino della ricerca (Open Access and scientific knowledge dissemination). Proceedings of the Trento Faculty of Law Conference 5 May 2009, Trento 2010, 147.

                                • Nell’ambiente digitale, lo sviluppo del Digital Rights Management (DRM) dimostra – non solo nell’area del diritto d’autore – il ruolo centrale della tecnologia, votata a rafforzare e talvolta a sostituire la regolamentazione giuridica. Nell’ambiente informazionale, ogni avanzamento della tecnologia può migliorare l’accesso alla conoscenza e la comunicazione individuale, ma allo stesso tempo può determinare il massimo controllo sul comportamento del singolo. Nello spazio digitale il prevalente strumento di regolamentazione non si identifica nella regola di diritto, ma in ciò che si definisce «architettura»: i comandi sono incorporati nei protocolli di comunicazione di Internet e nelle applicazioni software. Lo standard tecnico, sotto il controllo di chi lo predispone, conferisce di fatto a quest’ultimo il potere di «governare» il comportamento dei fruitori, divenendo dunque fonte di regola. La «rivoluzione» delle tecnologie digitali, in tal senso, investe il sistema delle fonti del diritto. La regolamentazione del controllo delle informazioni digitali trova le sue fonti non solo nel diritto statale, ma anche nel contratto e nella tecnologia (oltre che nella consuetudine). In tale contesto, posto che tra regole informatiche e giuridiche sussiste una sostanziale differenza, sia in termini di legittimazione democratica che di struttura, il diritto è chiamato a rivendicare la propria supremazia, disciplinando la tecnologia e, al contempo, a servirsi di quest’ultima per perseguire i propri obiettivi, così giungendo alla creazione di nuove regole, che non si limitino a reagire alle trasformazioni indotte dalle tecnologie, ma contribuiscano a determinarne i modi di utilizzo . Al fine di comprendere e governare situazioni complesse, quali quelle conseguenti ai mutamenti tecnologici, il costante dialogo tra i saperi e l’analisi interdisciplinare, costituiscono un punto di partenza dal quale non si deve prescindere. Nella società dell’informazione gli eventi umani – fatti dell’uomo – hanno un’effettività sociale particolare in quanto rappresentati in forma di dati all’interno di sistemi informativi. È attraverso la rappresentazione informatica – la forma di espressione maggiormente diffusa – che si svolge gran parte delle attività dotate di implicazioni giuridiche, economiche, amministrative e politiche. Con riguardo alla produzione e diffusione della conoscenza, l’ambiente digitale muta profondamente gli scenari che caratterizzavano il diritto d’autore tradizionale, innescando nuove problematiche. Le tecnologie informatiche e soprattutto l’impiego progressivo di Internet hanno trasformato il meccanismo di trasmissione della conoscenza e di riproduzione della medesima. In particolare, l’antica dinamica di chiusura e apertura del sapere viene riproposta secondo nuovi lineamenti tecnologici. Ad un controllo rigido e accentrato dell’informazione si contrappone un controllo flessibile e decentrato. Da una parte, troviamo un modello giuridico di circolazione della conoscenza basato sul self-enforcing del contratto , mediante misure tecnologiche di protezione (MTP). Questa tipologia di controllo si identifica nel DRM, il cui obiettivo è rendere i termini della licenza per l’accesso e l’uso dell’informazione riconoscibili dai software e dagli apparecchi costruiti per la fruizione dell’informazione. Il DRM, infatti, affida la sua forza all’autotutela tecnologica piuttosto che alla tutela statale . Per mezzo di sistemi DRM – composti sia di tecnologie di gestione delle informazioni sulle regole di utilizzo dei contenuti (metadati e Rights Expression Languages o RELs), sia di tecnologie in grado di dare esecuzione ai medesimi (MTP), impedendo, per esempio, la copia laddove non consentita – è possibile l’applicazione automatica (in personal computer, telefoni cellulari, televisioni, etc.) delle regole contrattuali impiegate per la distribuzione dei contenuti digitali . Dalla parte diametralmente opposta si colloca l’idea dell’accesso aperto alla ricerca scientifica, che ha dato vita al movimento rivoluzionario internazionale oggetto del presente convegno. Puntando ad allargare il ventaglio dei modelli di produzione e commercializzazione dell’informazione scientifica, essa muove dalla necessità di contrastare il rischio che il controllo rigido ed accentrato colonizzi la conoscenza scientifica, anche e soprattutto valorizzando l’uso delle tecnologie informatiche, della Rete, del web e dei nuovi intermediari (archivi istituzionali, motori di ricerca Internet come Google Books Search e Google Scholar, etc.). Tale ultimo profilo presenta aspetti di particolare interesse ed è oggetto di attenzione nel presente contributo; la circolazione dell’informazione in Rete diviene un tema cruciale anche nell’ambito della distribuzione dell’informazione secondo il modello Open Access. Nel tentativo di ovviare alle barriere all’accesso e di favorire la massima visibilità dei risultati, attraverso la creazione di archivi aperti e di riviste di qualità liberamente accessibili, nell’ambito del movimento Open Access (OA) hanno preso vita numerose iniziative, non solo sul piano infrastrutturale, politico, istituzionale e culturale, ma anche tecnologico, per l’interoperabilità e il riuso dei contenuti digitali. Se, infatti, scopo principale del movimento è quello di garantire massima diffusione e riutilizzo dell’informazione e se lo spazio principale di circolazione dei contenuti è rappresentato dal web, gli studi intorno alle tecniche di catalogazione e classificazione dell’informazione e dei relativi diritti nello spazio virtuale meritano particolare attenzione. L’interesse scientifico, di policy e applicativo, è dimostrato non solo dalle diverse iniziative volte alla creazione di standard per la rappresentazione delle informazioni digitali e dei diritti connessi alle risorse digitali, ma anche dalla mobilitazione di organismi internazionali come la WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organisation) e della stessa Commissione Europea. Tutti i progetti che fanno riferimento alla logica OA mostrano forti analogie e, a ben vedere, si intersecano con l’ideologia sottesa alle licenze Creative Commons Licenses (CCLs), ove lo sviluppo e la valutazione della conoscenza si basano sulla collaborazione di una comunità aperta di persone. Le licenze CC sui contenuti digitali rappresentano nuovi modelli di distribuzione della conoscenza in cui gli autori, attraverso l’adozione di un contratto manifestano il consenso allo sfruttamento della propria opera da parte del pubblico. Il movimento CC – da cui promana il progetto Science Commons focalizzato sulla conoscenza scientifica – rappresenta pertanto un importante punto di riferimento, non solo sotto il profilo ideologico e contrattuale ma anche tecnologico: le licenze CC, avvalendosi di alcune tecnologie di riferimento dei sistemi DRM, si manifestano all’utente oltre che in forma leggibile all’uomo anche secondo un modello comprensibile alla macchina (machine-readable). Le stesse tecnologie che consentono ai sistemi DRM di esercitare un rigido controllo sull’informazione, sono sviluppate da CC per facilitare la diffusione e la fruizione dei contenuti, mirando all’opposto obiettivo di un controllo flessibile e decentrato. CC dal 2002 sta infatti lavorando ad un progetto di incorporazione delle regole in codice informatico facendo leva, per prima in questo campo, sulle tecnologie di base del web semantico, allo scopo di rendere le opere distribuite sulla Rete quanto più possibile rintracciabili e riutilizzabili. La realizzabilità di tale progetto presuppone l’elaborazione di metadati a contenuto giuridico destinati a circolare a livello globale; un’impresa che richiede un notevole sforzo di concettualizzazione e rappresentazione delle categorie giuridiche, ponendo in evidenza le questioni connesse alla traduzione ed incorporazione di queste ultime nell’architettura informatica. L’analisi dello stato di avanzamento tecnologico dei RELs rivela gli evidenti limiti delle nuove forme di «comunicazione» destinata alla macchina. Limiti consistenti essenzialmente nel fatto che i linguaggi informatici non sono in grado di supportare la complessità dei concetti giuridici, che sempre implicano interpretazione e specifica applicazione al caso concreto. Scienza giuridica ed informatica sono poste dunque oggi di fronte ad una sfida di grande complessità: consentire la circolazione e fruizione dell’informazione nel web, integrando regole di diritto nell’architettura informatica. Nei successivi paragrafi si intende fornire una breve descrizione di quelle che sono le tecnologie informatiche sviluppate nell’ambito dei sistemi DRM, prima, e da Creative Commons, poi, per la traduzione delle regole in codice informatico, mettendo in luce le differenze e soprattutto i diversi obiettivi perseguiti. Nell’affrontare tale tematica emerge la necessità di calcare percorsi interdisciplinari, gli unici in grado di fornire al giurista gli strumenti per svolgere il proprio ruolo anche nell’ambito di quello che viene definito «spazio digitale».
                                • http://eprints.biblio.unitn.it/archive/00001785/
                                • Event: Trento Faculty of Law Conference, Trento, 2009-05-05

                                Journal Articles

                                Copyright Law on Blockchains: Between New Forms of Rights Administration and Digital Rights Management 2.0, IIC 50, 1 (2019), 77 - 108 (together with Michele Finck). DOI

                                • This article examines the potential and limitations of blockchain technology and blockchain-based smart contracts in relation to copyright. Copyright has long been enforced through technological means, specifically Digital Rights Management. With the emergence of blockchains, many are now predicting a new era regarding the administration and enforcement of copyright through computer code. The article introduces the technology and related potential and limitations while stressing its capacity to act as a form of normative ordering that can express public or private objectives.

                                The Council Negotiating Position on Article 13: Warning, Creators are also Part of the Game!, Kluwer Copyright Blog 2018.

                                The Recommendation on Measures to Safeguard Fundamental Rights and the Open Internet in the Framework of the EU Copyright, EIPR 40, 3 (2018), 149 - 163 (together with Christina Angelopoulos et al.).

                                • Article 13 of the Proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market and the accompanying Recital 38 are amongst the most controversial parts of the European Commission’s copyright reform package. Several Members States (Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands and Germany) have submitted questions seeking clarification on aspects that are essential to the guarantee of fundamental rights in the EU and to the future of the Internet as an open communication medium. The following analysis discusses these questions in the light of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union. It offers guidelines and background information for the improvement of the proposed new legislation.
                                • Also published at SSRN

                                The University as a Developer and Keeper of Open Science - The Role of Research Managers and Administrative Staff, European Association of Research Managers and Administrators Newsletter March - May 2016 (2016), 1 - 3 (together with Vanessa Ravagni).

                                Perché scegliere l’open access - La libera diffusione dei risultati di ricerca favorisce la collaborazione tra università e imprese, Knowtransfer 4.10 (2014).

                                Open Access in Italy, Newsletter in IRIS 2014,1 (2014), 24.

                                  Open Access to Scientific Articles: Comparing Italian with German law, Kluwer Copyright Blog 2013.

                                  Reform in the Field of Neighbouring Rights, Newsletter in IRIS 3 (2012).

                                    Lazio: New Law for Cinema and Audiovisual, Newsletter in IRIS 4 (2012).

                                      Italian Broadcaster Rai Must allow Sky Italia to Broadcast its Channels Free-to-Air, Newsletter in IRIS 8 (2012), 21.

                                        Rights Expression Languages: DRM vs. Creative Commons, J-LIS.IT 2.1 (2011), 4593-1 - 4593-26, 15.06.2011. DOI

                                        • IT technologies and especially the progressive use of Internet have transformed the mechanism of knowledge transmission and its reproduction. We find, on the one hand, a model of knowledge circulation based on contract self-enforcement, through technological protection measures (TPMs). This kind of control is identified in Digital Rights Management (DRM), whose goal is to make the license terms for access and use of information recognizable by the software and equipment made for the use of information. Through DRM systems an automatic application (in personal computers, mobile phones, televisions, etc.) of contractual rules used for the distribution of digital contents is possible. On the other hand, stands the idea of Creative Commons Language which starts from the need to contrast the risk that a rigid and centralized control might colonize knowledge and above all to enhance the use of information technologies, Network, Web and new intermediaries (institutional archives, Internet search engines such as Google Books Search and Google Scholar, etc.). This latter aspect presents features of particular interest and is worthy of attention in this paper. The circulation of information on the Web becomes a key issue. Indeed, if the main purpose of Creative Commons is to ensure maximum diffusion and reuse of information and if the main space for the circulation of content is represented by the Web, the studies on cataloguing techniques, classification of information and the relevant rights in virtual spaces deserve special care. According to Creative Commons licenses (CCLs), the development and evaluation of knowledge are based on the collaboration of an open community of persons. The CC movement represents a landmark, not only from an ideological and contractual point of view, but also from a technological one: CC licenses, using some system technologies similar to those of DRM, appear to users in a readable form and also in a machine-readable form. The technologies which allow DRM systems to exercise strict control over information are developed by CC to facilitate the diffusion and the use of content, aiming at a flexible and decentralized control. The essay is intended to first provide a brief description of the IT technologies developed in DRM systems and by Creative Commons and then, for the translation of rules into IT code, to highlight the differences and, especially, the various achieved purposes.

                                        The Italian Google Verdict, Newsletter in IRIS 6 (2010).

                                          Anti-Piracy Measures Outweigh Private Copying, Newsletter in IRIS 1 (2010).

                                            La “giustizia” del sinallagma contrattuale è rilevante per l’ordinamento giuridico? (Bona fides in contract law), In Pactum 1 (2010), 20.

                                              La rappresentazione informatica dei diritti, tra contratto e diritto d’autore (Computer languages, contracts and copyright law), Ciberspazio e diritto 2010, 587.

                                              • Il presente saggio si colloca nell’ambito di uno studio interdisciplinare che si propone di analizzare alcune problematiche relative alla proprietà intellettuale ed al diritto dei contratti nella costruzione dei linguaggi di rappresentazione dei diritti digitali, nuove tecnologie destinate a costituire uno degli assi portanti della gestione del diritto d’autore nella società dell’informazione. Da una parte si delinea un modello di circolazione della conoscenza basato sul self-enforcing del contratto, dall’altra emerge il modello dell’accesso aperto all’informazione. Puntando ad allargare il ventaglio delle forme di produzione e commercializzazione dell’informazione, quest’ultimo modello muove dalla necessità di contrastare il rischio che il controllo rigido ed accentrato colonizzi la conoscenza, anche e soprattutto valorizzando l’uso delle tecnologie informatiche, della Rete e del Web. In tale contesto si colloca l’emergente scuola di pensiero (cosiddetta Value-Centerd-Design, VCD), che, partendo da un approccio al mezzo informatico quale strumento neutro, immagina sistemi di gestione dei diritti interoperabili e rappresentativi degli interessi di tutte le parti coinvolte (sia con riguardo alle problematiche legate al copyright, ma anche alla libertà contrattuale, alla privacy, etc.). La sfida proposta alla scienza giuridica ed informatica, dunque, è di grande complessità: consentire la circolazione e fruizione dell’informazione nel Web, integrando regole di diritto nell’architettura informatica. Ma, ci si chiede, tali ambiziosi obiettivi sono verosimilmente perseguibili e, soprattutto, sono davvero auspicabili? ENGLISH ABSTRACT This interdisciplinary study, starting from the legal perspective, is aimed at analyzing some issues related to intellectual property and contract law in the construction of digital rights representation languages, new technologies intended to be a cornerstone of copyright management in the information society. On one hand we find a juridical model of knowledge circulation based on contract self-enforcement, on the other the idea of open access to information. Aiming at increasing the range of patterns of production and commercialization of scientific information, the latter model starts from the need to contrast the risk that a rigid and centralized control might colonize scientific knowledge and above all to enhance the use of information technologies, Network, Web and new intermediaries (institutional archives, Internet search engines such as Google Books Search and Google Scholar, etc.). In this context can be placed the emerging “Value–Centered–Design” approach which proposes rights management as interoperable systems and representing the interests of all parties involved. Therefore, legal science and informatics are nowadays in the position of facing a challenge of great complexity: that is to consent the circulation and use of information on the web, integrating the right rules into IT architecture. Are these ambitious goals achievable and, especially, really desirable? Questo paper © Copyright 2011 by Valentina Moscon è pubblicato con Creative Commons Attribuzione-Non commerciale-Non opere derivate 2.5 Italia License. Maggiori informazioni circa la licenza all’URL:
                                              • http://eprints.biblio.unitn.it/1930/

                                              Commission authorizes Italian film production tax incentives, Newsletter in IRIS 3 (2009).

                                                Regulation on the SIAE Sticker, Newsletter in IRIS 6 (2009).

                                                  Italian Tax Credits Clear Last Hurdle, Newsletter in IRIS 6 (2009).

                                                    End User License Agreement (EULA) e diritto dei contratti nell’era digitale (End User License Agreement and contract law in the digital age), In Pactum 3 (2009), 8 (together with Roberto Caso).

                                                      Case of Centro Europa 7, Newsletter in IRIS 7 (2008).

                                                        Tax Credit and Tax Shelter: New Ways of Financing Italian Cinema, Newsletter in IRIS 9 (2008).

                                                          Government approves the final transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting, Newsletter in IRIS 11 (2008).

                                                            Quale responsabilità per il professionista tecnico? (Professional liability in private law), Scienza e Mestieri 1 (2008), 10.

                                                              Cenni all’interpretazione del contratto nell’ordinamento italiano (Contract interpretation in Italian law), In Pactum 2 (2008), 2.

                                                                La responsabilità penale del professionista tecnico (Professional criminal liability), Scienza e Mestieri 3 (2008), 6.

                                                                  L'interpretazione del contratto nell’ordinamento italiano (Contract interpretation in Italian law), Esmape (Revista da Escola Superior da Magistratura de Pernambuco) 13, 28 (2008), 591.

                                                                    Diritto d’autore e protezione del software: l’irrisolta questione dell’originalità (Software protection, originality requirements under Italian and US copyright law), Diritto dell'Internet 4 (2007), 349.

                                                                      Il danno da morte. Itinerari di giurisprudenza (Tort law and wrongful death), Danno e Responsabilità 6 (2006), 621 (together with F. Lorenzato).

                                                                        Case notes

                                                                        Annotation to Corte di Cassazione 23 febbraio 2005, n. 3766 on tort law and death damages, Foro Italiano I (2006), 2464.

                                                                          Research Papers

                                                                          La quantificazione del danno non patrimoniale: teorie e prassi giuridiche (forthcoming), 2019.

                                                                            Copyright, contratto e accesso alla conoscenza: un'analisi comparata (Trento Law and Technology Research Group Research Paper, n. 17), 2013, 222 pp.

                                                                            • Along with a comparative perspective that takes account of the U.S. and Italian law, this work aims to explore the interface between copyright and contract lae in publishing process. In the current publishing environment, contracts and technology play a dominant role in the exploitation of copyrighted works. Publishers are granted by assignment of all copyright rights to reproduce and publish the work, but also to exercise control over its contents through technological protection measures. At the same time, mass digitization allows libraries and other organizations to make contents available online, which it entails a redefinition of the traditional publishing process and introduces new players to the scene (e.g., Google Books). Hence, technology proves to be a powerful instrument for the spread of knowledge and it is on this pattern that Open Access (OA) is rapidly gaining ground. Mostly based on a bottom-up approach that is on soft law, institutional policies and contracts, OA designs a new legal environment targeting the objectives of free accessibility, further distribution, and proper archiving of publications. These aims can be achieved through the creation of new open access business models to publish on OA journals (gold road) or to self-archive in institutional or disciplinary repositories works that have been originally published in conventional journals (green road). However, in order for OA to be fully developed it is necessary to devise a principled and feasible approach to the dissemination of scholarly works against the current social, economic and legal background. Indeed, the importance of OA is steadily recognized by legislators who integrate OA provisions into their legal system. This is an innovation of great significance, which was first fostered in the USA, and then extended in some European countries such as Italy and Germany in the European framework. Nevertheless, considering the different law systems, the formal law need to be combined with national strategies and institutional policies providing adequate incentives to the authors, while also promoting academic freedom and the right to knowledge access.
                                                                            • Available at SSRN

                                                                            Opinions

                                                                            Article 13 of the Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market - Answers to Questions Raised by Member States, 2017, 16 pp. (together with Reto M. Hilty).

                                                                            Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition on the Proposed Modernisation of European Copyright Rules, PART C: Out-of-Commerce Works (Articles 7-9 COM(2016) 593), 2017, 13 pp. (together with Reto M. Hilty, Tao Li).

                                                                            Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition on the Proposed Modernisation of European Copyright Rules, PART B: Exceptions and Limitations, Chapter 3 - Preservation of Cultural Heritage (Article 5 COM(2016) 593), 2017, 7 pp. (together with Reto M. Hilty, Tao Li).

                                                                            Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition on the "Public consultation on the role of publishers in the copyright value chain", 2016, 9 pp. (together with Kaya Köklü, Reto M. Hilty).

                                                                            Presentations and Lectures

                                                                            12/07/18

                                                                            Ein Recht auf Referenz im italienischen Urheberrecht
                                                                            Symposium on Creative reference culture and copyright in global change
                                                                            Location: University of Mannheim, Germany


                                                                            10/22/18

                                                                            The Making Available Right: Realizing the Potential of Copyright’s Dissemination Function in the Digital Age
                                                                            Moderation of a Seminar with Cheryl Foong
                                                                            Location: Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competiti0n, Munich, Germany

                                                                             

                                                                            09/28/18

                                                                            National Systems for Distributing Revenues Collected for Copyright-Permitted Uses of Works
                                                                            Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest
                                                                            Location: American University Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA


                                                                            06/07/18

                                                                            Article 13: A New Parallel Liability Regime for Online Content Sharing Service Providers. Where are we are going?
                                                                            Copyright Expert Session
                                                                            Location: European Parliament, Bruxelles, Belgium


                                                                            2017

                                                                            Where does copyright law end and do neighbouring rights begin?
                                                                            Online Content Distribution Conference
                                                                            Location: University of Helsinki - Faculty of Law, Finland


                                                                            2017

                                                                            New Neighbouring Rights for Press Publishing
                                                                            36th Annual ATRIP Congress
                                                                            Location: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zeeland


                                                                            2017

                                                                            Critical Aspects of the European Proposals on Copyright Law in the Digital Market
                                                                            2nd Joint Research Workshop on Prosumerism and Copyright
                                                                            Location: Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich, Germany


                                                                            2017

                                                                            European Copyright Law and Information Technology
                                                                            XIth Transatlantic Intellectual Property Summer Academy, Internet Technology, Intellectual Property and International Economic Law
                                                                            Location: Bocconi University, Milan, Italy


                                                                            2017

                                                                            Harmonization of EU Copyright Rules
                                                                            Curso Breve os Direitos de Autor na Comunicao social held at the Faculty of Law
                                                                            Location: University of Coimbra, Portugal


                                                                            2017

                                                                            The Modernization of EU Copyright Rules
                                                                            Graduate Course on Intellectual Property Law held at the Faculty of Law,
                                                                            Location: University of Lisbon, APDI, Portugal


                                                                            2017

                                                                            Towards an International Instrument on Permitted Uses in Copyright Law
                                                                            Global Expert on Copyright User Rights annual meeting and symposium
                                                                            Location: American University Washington College of Law, US


                                                                            2016

                                                                            Wissensschaftschranken. Europäische Vorschläge: Text and Data Mining
                                                                            ALAI Conference: Wissenschaftsschranke Neue Vorschläge aus Berlin und Brüssel.
                                                                            Location: Faculty of Law, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany


                                                                            2016

                                                                            Open Access: In Search for a Comprehensive Regulatory Approach
                                                                            Conference:  Propriedad Intectual en las Universidades Públicas 
                                                                            Location: Faculty of Law, University of Burgos, Spain


                                                                            2016

                                                                            Open Access, Open Science, Open Society
                                                                            20th International Conference on Electronic Publishing
                                                                            Location: Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, Germany


                                                                            2016

                                                                            Open Access e Open Data in Europa e in Italia
                                                                            (Open Access and Open Data in Europe and in Italy)
                                                                            Workshop Progetti di ricerca Nazionali, Europei e internazionali (National, European and International Research Projects).Organized by CODAU (Convegno dei Direttori Generali delle Amministrazioni Universitarie)
                                                                            Location: University of Turin, Italy


                                                                            2015

                                                                            Open science in Italia e in Europa: a che punto siamo?
                                                                            (Open Science in Italy: Where are we?)
                                                                            Conference Nostra res agitur: la scienza aperta come questione sociale (Nostra res agitur: Open science as a social issue).
                                                                            Location: University of Pisa,  Faculty of Political Science, Italy


                                                                            2015

                                                                             New Challenges in Intellectual Property and International Trade
                                                                            IXth Transatlantic Intellectual Property Summer Academy (TIPSA)
                                                                            Location: University of Barcelona, Spain


                                                                            2015

                                                                            Il plagio musicale: un processo simulato
                                                                            (Plagiarism in the music field: a moot court)
                                                                            Academic Seminar
                                                                            Location: Trento Bonporti Music Academy,  Italy


                                                                            2014

                                                                            Copyright and google books
                                                                            Academic Seminar
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            2014

                                                                            L’implementazione dell’Open Access nella legge tedesca
                                                                            (The implementation of Open Access in the German law)
                                                                            Academic Workshop: Open Access e scienza aperta: stato dell’arte e strategie per il futuro
                                                                            (Open access and open science: state of the art and future strategies)
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            2014

                                                                            Diritto d’autore e autotutela: la disciplina delle misure tecnologiche di protezione
                                                                            (Copyright and self-protection: technological protection measures)
                                                                            Training seminar for attorneys: La tutela dell’opera musicale in rete (Protecting musical works online)
                                                                            Location: Fondazione Forense Bolognese, Bologna, Italy


                                                                            2014 

                                                                            Better to Kill than to Maim? Loss of Life as an Autonomously Recoverable Damage of the Primary Victim in Personal Injury Law.
                                                                            Workshop: Second Private Law Consortium
                                                                            Location: University of Pennsylvania Law School,  US


                                                                            2014

                                                                            Copyright and digital information
                                                                            Seminar for PhD candidate, researchers and professors of the University of Udine 
                                                                            Location: University of Udine, Italy


                                                                            2014

                                                                            Chair
                                                                            Workshop Stakeholders Event @ Nottingham: Open Access Publishing - CREATe Creativity, Regulation, Enterprise and Technology
                                                                            Location: University of Nottingham, UK 


                                                                            2013

                                                                            Sulla strada dell'accesso aperto alla scienza: declamazioni e regole
                                                                            (On the Open Access way: principes and rules)
                                                                            Seminar Copyright, evoluzione tecnologica e bilanciamento die diritti (Copyright, technological Evolution and balancin of rights)
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            2013

                                                                            Accesso aperto alla ricerca scientifica e diritto d'autore
                                                                            (Open Access to scientific knowledge and copyright)
                                                                            Seminar Ridefinire i diritti: autore e lettore nella prospettiva dell’accesso aperto alla letteratura scientifica (Redefining rights: author and reader in relation to open access to scientific literature)
                                                                            Location: University Amedeo Avogadro, Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli, Italy


                                                                            2013

                                                                            The public interest in copyright: approaching creativity, originality and novelty from a law and technology perspective,
                                                                            Seminar Copyright and Public interest: some interdisciplinary perspectives
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            2013

                                                                            Ricerca scientifica, diffusione della conoscenza e diritto d’autore dell’era digitale
                                                                            (Scientific research, knowledge dissemination and copyright law in the digital age)
                                                                            Seminar in the Doctoral Programme in Comparative and European Legal Studies
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            2013

                                                                            La regolazione multilivello dell’accesso aperto: legge, regolamenti istituzionali, contratti
                                                                            (The multilevel regulation of open access: law, institutional regulations, contracts)
                                                                            MedOANet – National Workshop
                                                                            Location: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Rome, Italy


                                                                            2013

                                                                            Scientific research, knowledge dissemination and copyright law in the digital age
                                                                            Day of Study on Il diritto d’autore dell’era digitale e le biblioteche (Copyright law and Libraries in the Digital Age)
                                                                            Location: University of Trieste, Italy


                                                                            2012

                                                                            Accesso aperto, deposito su archivi istituzionali e regolamenti universitari
                                                                            (Open Access, Institutional Repositories and University Policies)
                                                                            held at the Conference: Conferenza dei Rettori delle Università Italiane (CRUI)
                                                                            Location: Rome, Italy


                                                                            2012

                                                                            La musica nell’era digitale: dal copyright al copyleft
                                                                            (Music and copyright law in the digital era: copyright and copyleft)
                                                                            Seminar
                                                                            Location: G.B. Martini Conservatory of Music, Bologna, Italy


                                                                            2012

                                                                            Interdisciplinary IP Class: Teaching Plagiarism in a 'Copyright and Music' Course
                                                                            European Intellecutal Property Teacher's Network sicth EIPTN Workshop
                                                                            Location: Bocconi University, Milan, Italy


                                                                            2012

                                                                            Tecnologia, mercato e regole. Profili metodologici
                                                                            (Technology, Business Models and Legal Rules. Methodological Aspects)
                                                                            Seminar
                                                                            Location: Faculty of Law,University of Trento, Italy 


                                                                            2011

                                                                            La Circolazione Inter Vivos delle Opere d'Autore nel Sistema di Copyright Statunitense: written works and new media
                                                                            (Copyright Circulation in the American Copyright System: Written Works and New Media)
                                                                            Seminar on Copyright and Contract Law
                                                                            Location: University of Foggia, Italy


                                                                            2010

                                                                            Titolarità e Circolazione del Copyright in Ambito Accademico: un'Analisi Comparata
                                                                            (Legal Ownership and Circulation of Copyright in Universities: A comparative Analysis)
                                                                            International Conference on Copyright Law in Higher Education
                                                                            Location: John Cabot University, Rome, Italy 


                                                                            2009

                                                                            Copyright law, Contract law, Rights Expression Languages and Value-Centered Design Approach
                                                                            Workshop on Law and Technology
                                                                            Location: European University Institute, Florence, Italy

                                                                            2009

                                                                            Copyright Law, Metadata and Semantic Web
                                                                            Summer School on Intellectual Property Law
                                                                            Location: University of Trento, Bocconi University Milan, Scuola Sant'Anna, Pisa

                                                                            Teaching Experience

                                                                            2016 - 2018
                                                                            Lecturer in Copyright Law and Art
                                                                            Holders of the course module concerning national and EU copyright Law in the field of Music
                                                                            Law Faculty, University of Trento, Italy


                                                                            2015 - 2016
                                                                            Lecturer at “Scuola di Specializzazione per le professioni legali”
                                                                            (Postgraduate law School for Legal Professions - Lawyer and Judge -) 
                                                                            Lectures on Copyright law in the Digital Age
                                                                            University of Verona, Italy


                                                                            2014 - 2015
                                                                            Online course in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Transfer in Universities
                                                                            Recipient of the online course: PhD candidate, researchers and professors of the University of Trento
                                                                            Recipient of the course: PhD candidate, researchers and professors
                                                                            University of Trento, Italy


                                                                            2012 - 2013
                                                                            Lecturer at the Crash Course on Intellectual Property and Research Funding
                                                                            Teaching Subjects: University Knowledge Transfer, Fundamentals of Copyright Law, Copyright in the digital era, Contract Law and Copyright Licensing, Open Access to Scientific Knowledge, Open Data
                                                                            Organized by Transfer Knowledge Office
                                                                            University of Trento, Italy


                                                                            2013 - 2014
                                                                            Lecturer in Contract Law and Tort Law
                                                                            Holder of the Course on “Typical and atypical contracts”.
                                                                            Lectures in the Course of Civil Law, held by Prof Giovanni Pascuzzi and Prof Roberto Caso
                                                                            University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            Since 2009
                                                                            Lecturer in European Copyright Law
                                                                            Holder of the Course
                                                                            University of Trento, Faculty of Law; F.A. Bonporti Conservatory of Music, Italy


                                                                            Since 2006
                                                                            Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law and Transfer of Knowledge
                                                                            Lectures in the Course of Comparative Intellectual Property Law and Information Law held by Prof. Roberto Caso and by Dr Paolo Guarda
                                                                            University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy


                                                                            Since 2006
                                                                            Supervision of Bachelor and Master Dissertation


                                                                            Since 2005
                                                                            Lecturer in Private Law
                                                                            Lectures in the Coruse of Private Law, Held by Prof. Teresa Pasquino
                                                                            University of Trento, Faculty of Law, Italy