When it comes to legal matters, the web scraping industry often falls into an unclear area. This is exactly why every legal case related to the industry draws a lot of attention.
At OxyCon 2019, Oxylabs legal team presented the most relevant legal cases related to the web scraping industry. Two years later, the heat map prepared by Oxylabs legal team is as relevant as ever.
This year, Denas Grybauskas, Head of Legal at Oxylabs, will overlook the most recent and most impactful cases for the scraping industry. This includes recent SCOTUS decisions on Van Buren v. The United States and HiQ Labs v. Linkedin cases.
Denas will provide a simplified assessment of what happened in the mentioned and other cases and discuss how these decisions or ongoing cases might impact the industry's future.
Join this session, if you:
Work with any web scraping projects
Want to learn about the most recent legal cases related to the industry
Are interested in the future of web scraping
Please note: The views expressed by speakers or moderators are those of the speaker or moderators and not, necessarily, of Oxylabs or other respective organizations. Before engaging in scraping activities of any kind, you should consult your legal advisors.
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Meet the speaker
After spending the founding years of his career in global law firms and large corporate groups, Denas acquired extensive legal experience, business acumen, and the highest level of professionalism in all manners of conduct.
Denas’ skill and interest in the tech world gave him the opportunity to establish himself as one of the leading legal counsels in the industry. His immense experience with commercial contracts and negotiations, compliance, and big data acquisition led him to achieve the position of Head of Legal at Oxylabs.
Denas’ work revolves primarily around leading his team of legal counsels, helping the company navigate through the complex and frequently changing legal landscape. His day-to-day activities include strategic contract negotiations, overseeing compliance issues, and management of the company’s intellectual property and litigation portfolio. All of this while working in a field where industry wide regulations are practically non-existent.
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