Il 1 luglio 2019 si terrà a Milano, la sala conferenze “Eligio Gualdoni” (1° piano del Palazzo di Giustizia), l’evento
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN COURTS: MILAN MEETS BUDAPEST
3:00 P. M. – Participants’ registration
3:15 P. M.- Introduction of the visiting colleagues composing the Hungarian Delegation and of all the other speakers.
Giuseppe Fiengo – Judge
Chairman: Stefano Caramellino – Judge
3:25 P. M. – ICT and civil trial: overview on the applications enabling the clerk’s office and the judges to populate with new content and consult the same data repository.
Viola Nobili – Judge
3:40 P. M. – ICT and criminal trial: overview on the website enabling to consult trial tapescripts and on applications for digital notifications, clerk’s office records, consultation of procedural data by magistrates, justice expenses. Future perspectives.
Alberto Carboni – Judge
4:00 P. M. – ICT and criminal trial: the perspective of lawyers: assets and liabilities of the digital notifications, e-tapescripts, remote hearings.
Alessandro Bastianello, Andrea Del Corno – Lawyers
4:20 P. M. – Digital developments in Hungarian Courts.
Veronika Antal, Maria Maka – Judges
5:20 P. M. – ICT and criminal trial: the perspective of lawyers: certified email notifications, remote delivery to the clerk’s office of parties’ submissions, consultation of dematerialized files, e-payment of litigation fees and former stamp duties, remote sale of distrained goods.
Daniela Muradore – Lawyer
5:40 P. M. – ICT: possible further developments on the existing applications. Doubts and hypotheses about artificial intelligence in Court.
Enrico Consolandi – Judge
6:10 P. M. – Public discussion.
6:30 P. M. – End of the conference.
Il corso è aperto a 60 avvocati e a 30 magistrati, anche in tirocinio, nonché ai giudici onorari, giudici ausiliari ed ai giudici di pace; è necessaria l’iscrizione secondo i metodi tradizionali.