Terroir and Innovation in Food Law

2 maggio 2018
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Aula 4, Facoltà di Giurisprudenza - Via Verdi 53, Trento
ore: 17.00 -19.00

The concept of Terroir, with the legal protection granted to Geographical Indications (GIs) in European Law and via other legal tools in Canadian Law, is a powerful driver of innovation in the food sector. Quebec introduced a new regime for the protection of geographical appellations for food stuff, modeled on the European GIs law.The Seminar will discuss the legal role of Terroir in a transystemic comparative perspective, focusing on European and Canadian law.

Chair

dott. Matteo Ferrari, Università di Trento

Speakers

prof. Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse, Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy, McGill University

prof. Ferdinando Albisinni, Full professor of Agrarian Law, Università della Tuscia

Comitato Scientifico

Dott. Matteo Ferrari
Prof. Umberto Izzo

Con il patrocinio dell’Associazione Italiana di Diritto Alimentare