In late 2021, we launched a call for articles for a special issue entirely devoted to the national transpositions of the DSM Directive 2019/790.
We are now delighted to inform our readers that the ‘DSM Special Issue’ is just about to be released and that, on 8 June 2022, we will be hosting a webinar during which the Authors of accepted articles will present and discuss the various national approaches to the implementation of some of the Directive’s most important provisions.
Join us for an afternoon of DSM-focused discussions!
- Bernardo Calabrese, author of Scientific TDM exception and communication to the public: did Italians do it better … or at least not worse?
- Ana Lazarova, author of Bulgaria falls into all the traps set by Article 5 of the CDSM Directive
- Zyad Loutfi, author of Press publishers’ right in France: a tale of Odyssean gods
- Caterina Sganga and Magali Contardi, authors of The new Italian press publishers’ right: creative, fairness-oriented… and invalid?
- Michalina Kowala, author of The Polish transposition of the press publishers’ right: waiting for the miracle?
- Samuli Melart, author of The Finnish transposition of Article 17 of Directive 2019/790: progress or regress?
- Simona Lavagnini, author of The Italian implementation of Article 17 of Directive 2019/790: complaints, appeals and the new powers of AGCOM
- Miquel Peguera, author of Spanish transposition of Arts. 15 and 17 of the DSM Directive: overview of selected issues
- Ludovico Bossi and Jacopo Ciani Sciolla, authors of The transposition of the transparency obligation pursuant to Article 19 Directive (EU) 790/2019: an Italian perspective
- Jelizaveta Juřičková, author of Something old, something new: Czech transposition of disputes under the DSM Directive
- Eleonora Rosati, Editor of the DSM Special Issue