Lecturing at the Tallinn University
LINKLaw partner Kairi Kurisoo attended this week as a guest lecturer at the Tallinn University with topic “Intellectual property protection and the personal data processing principles”. The interactive seminar gave students an overview of the main types of intellectual property, and the basic principles of law enforcement. Copyright issues were discussed at length – what is protected by copyright? Who will develop the need for copyright? What are the author’s economic rights and personal rights? Why is it important to distinguish between them? In addition, personal data protection fundamental principles were also discussed during the lecture.
Kairi is specialised in intellectual property and IT law, she is a member of the Estonian Bar Association Intellectual Property and IT Law Committee and the Estonian National Group of AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property).
Info about LINKLaw practice area Intellectual Property and IT Law can be read here.