Faculty of Law
This book is a practical guide for lawyers, public servants, medical doctors, scientists, researchers and everyone interested in the personalised medicine field.
In this paper, the question is explored whether rights such as claims or the ownership of things can be represented by tokens (awarded the Professor Walther Hug Prize 2021).
In this open access book, the author examines the evolution of data protection law toward data trading law.
In her study of criminal law, the author explores the implications of the use of new micromedical technologies for the traditional dogmatics of euthanasia, taking into account both techno-philosophical and sociological aspects.
The work establishes criteria for distinguishing patentable and non-patentable simulations.
The authors from the fields of law, philosophy, and cultural and media studies examine the interactions between technological and legal change.