December 3 – A Panel Discussion on the Book by Dr. Uroš Ćemalović “Intellectual Property Law and Digital Transformation – Some Current Issues

On Friday, December 3, starting at 11 a.m. (CET), the Institute for European Studies is organizing

A Panel Discussion on the Book by Dr. Uroš Ćemalović

Intellectual property law and digital transformation – some current issues

The discussion can be followed live or via Zoom, at the link:


  • Prof. Nataša Golić, full professor, head of the Sector for Technology Transfer, Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetic Research (IMGGI) University of Belgrade
  • Dejan Manojlović, director of the Organization of Music Authors of Serbia (SOKOJ) / Pavle Pavičić, legal expert at SOKOJ
  • Dr. Uroš Ćemalović, Institute of European Studies, author

The monograph Intellectual Property Law and Digital Transformation – Some Current Issues (Pravo intelektualne svojine i digitalna transformacija – neka aktuelna pitanja) aims to present the conditions for legal protection of various forms of human creativity in a clear, interesting and interdisciplinary approach, placing them in the context of accelerating technological development and, in particular, digital transformation. .

Through special chapters dedicated to industrial design law, copyright, trademark law and patent law, attention is paid to case law and the most current legal norms at the international, European and national level, as well as the growing challenges posed by the digital environment.

Although primarily dealing with legal issues, this book is intended not only for lawyers, but also for the widest circle of readers who are interested in, among other things, how to ensure copyright protection in the digital environment and what the recently adopted European Union Directive brings, what dilemmas does 3D printing present in the field of industrial design law, how the development of artificial intelligence, cloud computing and the Internet of Things affects existing patent law rules or how a trademark may conflict with freedom of enterprise, speech and information.

The book won the World Intellectual Property Organization Medal for Creativity Award in 2019.