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SVAMC-YP Tech Talk with Benjamin Amaudric du Chaffaut | A View from Big Tech on Trends in Dispute Resolution
May 19, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 8:45 am
Please join us for our next SVAMC-YP Tech Talk featuring a discussion with Benjamin Amaudric du Chaffaut, Deputy General Counsel and Head of Litigation and Law Enforcement at Google France on the topic of “Trends in Dispute Resolution.”
Benjamin’s practice involves a variety of issues, from trademark to copyright cases to defamation and privacy lawsuits as well as Internet regulatory matters. He, among others, has handled several cases before the French Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice. Benjamin also handles regulatory matters and investigation from various authorities such as the French Consumer Agency or the French Data Protection agency (CNIL). Before joining Google in 2008, Benjamin was an attorney with the French law firm Gaulle Fleurance & Associés and before that, the French law firm Alain Bensoussan, specializing in IP and IT law. Benjamin also served as a judge before the Commercial Court of Paris in 2014 (pro bono). The discussion will be moderated by Diana Bowman, Legal Manager at VINCI Energies and member of the SVAMC-YP Steering Committee.
These virtual talks are held regularly for SVAMC-YP members to discuss an issue of interest that has implications for the resolution of technology disputes or the use of technology in arbitration or mediation. Feel free to invite your colleagues/contacts to this event. As these Tech talks are for SVAMC-YP members, if they want to participate they will first need to register as a member to attend. Membership is free and open to persons under the age of 40 who are involved or have an interest in technology-related business disputes, including private practitioners, in-house counsel, arbitrators and mediators, academics and students, and others involved in the high-tech business community.
Date & Time:
May 19, 2021
8:00am – 8:45am PDT
11:00am – 11:45am EDT
4:00pm – 4:45pm GMT
5:00pm – 5:45pm CET
45 minute program via Zoom