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The Formation of Blockchain-based Smart Contracts in the Light of Contract Law

Are smart contracts marking the end of contract formation as we know it? In an event held by the Jean Monnet Module on Liability of Robots, top experts examine the formation of (blockchain-based) smart contracts and discuss whether the traditional common law concept of contract formation is seriously challenged by the rise of smart contracts.

The Jean Monnet Module on Liability of Robots: A European Vision for a New Legal Regime (LEGROB) granted to IE Law School is devoted to teaching, researching and debating on how the EU is going to take action on the regulation of the Liability of Robots.  “Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme- Jean Monnet Activities of the European Union

Learn more about the first event held by the Jean Monnet Module where Dr. Mateja Durovic, Lecturer in Law at King´s College London; Andre Janssen, Chair Professor at Radboud University Nijmegen; and Francisco de Elizalde, Professor at IE Law School and Director of the EU Jean Monnet Module, examine the formation of (blockchain-based) smart contracts and discuss whether the traditional common law concept of contract formation is seriously challenged by the rise of smart contracts. Are smart contracts marking the end of contract formation as we know it or is it just much ado about nothing?

12 Feb 2019

 

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Professor Marina Aksenova receives the Paul Guggenheim Prize for her book Complicity in International Criminal Law

IE Law School´s Marina Aksenova, Professor of International Criminal Law and Director of the ARTIJ Initiative, received The Paul Guggenheim Prize in ...

01 Feb 2019

 

Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, News

The Negotiation Table: Full Course, Main Dish or Dessert?

This article outlines the importance of a focus on time in a negotiation and the underlying significance of negotiation to the growth and/or success ...

30 Jan 2019

 

Business and Corporate Law

Two papers authored by Professor Giulio Allevato have been recently published

In the last book “Combating Tax Avoidance in the EU”, Professor Allevato analyses the main peculiarities, under a legal perspective, of the ...

28 Jan 2019

 

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Skills for a successful career in a changing legal market

What are the skills for a successful career in today´s changing legal market? Our Vicedean Soledad Atienza shares her thoughts in this article ...

16 Jan 2019

 

Business and Corporate Law, Global, Comparative and European Law, Management Skills, News

IE Law Professor´s Francisco Marcos articles among 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law

Concurrences has chosen two of Professors Francisco Marcos articles among the 100 best academic articles of Antitrust Law published in 2018.

16 Jan 2019

 

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