Nature : 3rd Annual Information Technology Legal Summit (ITLS) 2015
Location : Novotel Techpark, Bengaluru
Contact : As mentioned in the post below
3rd Annual Information Technology Legal Summit (ITLS) 2015
19th June, 2015
Novotel Techpark, Bengaluru
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Lex Witness takes pride in announcing The 3rd Annual Information Technology Legal Summit 2015 scheduled for 19th June 2015 in Bengaluru. Yes, a summit that aims to focus on the nation’s industry sector, which is the world’s largest sourcing destination, accounting for approximately 52 per cent of the US$ 124-130 billion market (Source IBEF).
The 3rd Annual IT Legal Summit has coined a 2 pronged theme that lays down the agenda for discussion ranging from IPR to Contracts.
One, focus on all possible and probable legal complexities that can evolve due to negligence of legal aspects like IPR, FDI, Compliance and Data Protection
Two, focus on how shall a legal counsel today combat all legal complications that might arise in the current new age technology and the online e-commerce/m-commerce boom that the sector is going through.
To begin with IPR. Like any other industry sector, the Indian IT sector has its own demands in place when it comes toManaging an IP Portfolio successfully. Whether protecting an ownership or maximizing monetizing scopes, the sector calls for expert advice and strategy on table from the in-house and external counsel. Competition Law & Taxation related Transfer Pricing issues and other regulations and add on to the niches that an IP portfolio would demand for.
Compliance once again becomes the inevitable bucket that an in house-counsel ought to pledge for. The industry employs about 10 million Indians and continues to contribute significantly to the social and economic transformation in the country. This adds on to the minutest of compliance mandates in the IT sector like the HR Related compliances that need appropriate combating solutions covering aspects like Sexual Harassment, Bulk Firing so on and so forth.
No wonder the online business volumes have been a raffling menace for the country’s economy. India’s internet economy is expected to touch Rs 10 trillion (US$ 161.26 billion) by 2018, accounting for 5 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), according to a report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI). Sadly, the e-commerce and m-commerce struggles through various legal cross roads like RBI Regulations for Payment Platforms, Cyber Crimes, and Data Theft etc.
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