Natasha Blycha, former Global Head of Digital Law at Herbert Smith Freehills, shared her insights on who is holding the baby on digital assets, ethics in data, AI and robotics, and the stewardship model and ESG reporting.
This conference explored the trend of international commercial and economic Law and its implications based on the analysis of representative areas (e.g., state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and investment rules, merge control).
This session approached this important topic from diverse viewpoints in trade and investment, with the major focus of the presentations ranging from investment obligations, competition law and policy and the regulation of digital platforms.
This panel explored the ongoing efforts of ISDS reform from different institutions (including ICSID, UNCITRAL Working Group III on ISDS Reform) and probes public opinion on ISDS through behavioural experiments.
The campaign of decoupling driven by geopolitics is reshaping our business world. Commercial law plays a critical role in responding to the unpredictable future. This panel discussed these issues and more.
This session focused on two important areas. Merger analysis depends on a difficult forward-looking test which is complicated by the nature of dynamic digital markets and the different aspects of competition and CBDCs.
How would CBDC be issued and operate? What are the right and duty of central banks? What are the different approaches to CBDC? How to address the new challenges brought by climate change to monetary policy?
At this webinar, CIBEL co-director Professor Heng Wang and Professor Duoqi Xu of Fudan University discussed the impact of RCEP on eCommerce from two different aspects of international and domestic law, followed by Q&A with the audience.