Conference Materials


Jurisdiction &
Dispute Resolution
in the Internet Era:

Governance and Good Practices


Conference Materials



Day one: June 17, 2015
Day two: June 18, 2015


Day one: June 17, 2015

Session 1

Conflict of laws / private international law in the Internet era: which courts shall decide
Internet-related disputes?

Reccording of Session 1 (1st part) is available: here

Reccording of Session 1 (2nd part) is available: here

Jurisdiction in Internet-related intellectual property disputes (presentation) (57 Ko, pdf)
Jurisdiction in Internet-related intellectual property disputes (article) (112 Ko, pdf)

Prof. Edouard Treppoz, University of Lyon III, France

Jurisdiction in Internet-related privacy/defamation disputes (127 Ko, pdf)

Dr. Michel Reymond, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

Panel discussion

Session 2

What alternative resolution systems for Internet-related disputes today and tomorrow?

Reccording of Session 2 (1st part) is available: here

Reccording of Session 2 (2nd part) is available: here

The implementation of the right to be forgotten by Google: issues and challenges of massive online micro-justice (883 Ko, pdf)

Prof. Alain Strowel, Université Catholique de Louvain/Université Saint-Louis, Brussels, Belgium

The protection of the rights to be forgotten: lessons and perspectives from Open Data (153 Ko, pdf)

Prof. Alessandro Mantelero, Polytechnic University of Turin/Nexa Center for Internet and Society

ADR mechanisms for Internet domain name disputes: a model to be generalized? (307 Ko, pdf)

Prof. Jacques de Werra, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

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Day two: June 18, 2015

Session 3

What mechanisms for solving disputes in the ICT industries? The case of the licensing
of Standard Essential Patents (SEP) under Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory
(FRAND) terms

Reccording of Session 3 (1st part) is available: here

Reccording of Session 3 (2nd part) is available: here

The perspective of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) (249 Ko, pdf)

Antoine Dore, Senior Legal Officer, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

The perspective of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (767 Ko, pdf)

Maïssa Bahsoun, Legal Advisor, European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)

The perspective of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center (1 169 Ko, pdf)

Dr. Heike Wollgast, Senior Legal Officer,  WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center

Panel discussion and

Session 4

How shall jurisdictional immunity and inviolability apply in the Internet Era?

Reccording of Session 4 is available: here

Immunity and inviolability of the Internet root zone (1 102 Ko, pdf)

Dr. Jovan Kurbalija, founder of Diplo Foundation, Head of the Geneva Internet Platform

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