Data Economy Posts
The European Law Institute has voted approved ALI-ELI Principles for a Data Economy: Data Rights and Transactions, marking the completion of the first joint project between ALI and ELI.
The response outlines how the ALI-ELI Principles for a Data Economy can provide guidance on several of the policy questions the European legislators will need to address in the Data Act.
The ELI is scheduled to vote on this project next month.
On June 1, the European Law Institute hosted its Decennial Celebration. Lance Liebman (former Director of The American Law Institute (ALI)), reminisced about guiding ELI to its establishment and the good working relationship of the ALI and ELI ever since.
The first segment of this year’s virtual Annual Meeting adjourned last week. Below is a summary of the actions taken on May 17 and 18. All approvals by the membership at the Annual Meeting are subject to the discussion at the Meeting and the usual editorial prerogative.
At this week’s 2021 Annual Meeting, members of The American Law Institute (ALI) voted to approve Tentative Draft No. 2 of ALI-ELI Principles for a Data Economy.
Have you ever wondered what exactly goes into completing an ALI project? There’s nobody better to talk about the ALI process than four veteran Reporters whose projects may be completed at the 2021 Annual Meeting.
As Principles for a Data Economy, a project conducted jointly with The American Law Institute and The European Law Institute, heads toward its finalization, a new website providing in-depth insights into the project has recently launched.
At its meeting on January 21 and 22, 2021, the ALI Council reviewed and discussed Council Drafts and approved drafts and portions of drafts as listed below.
We read, see, and hear much in the news about data issues. Much of it concerns questions of privacy, real and property rights to data, and the proper use of data collected in the course of everyday lives and business.