Start – 2018 | End – 2024 Duration – 6 years
The development of technologies for contracts involving the substitution of the third party by computer technology is making significant progress, requiring changes to be made in state legislation. The future of contractual obligations involves an analysis by the legal community in order to facilitate their legal implementation.
The first case study focuses on Debt collection. It will analyse existing traditional and technology mechanisms for debt collection in three jurisdictions (France, Belgium and Québec) and aims to design a smart contract, using the blockchain technology, in order to make the procedure more efficient and effective.
The second case study is currently under discussion within the working group.
The working group will compile an inventory of cases in which the use of the blockchain has failed as a mean to implement legal solutions.
The second inventory will sed light on the diverse categories of smart contracts from a legal perspective.
Publications of our researchers
- Mylopoulos, J., Amyot, D., Logrippo, L., Parvizimosaed, A., Sharifi, S. (2020) « Social Dependence Relationships in Requirements Engineering. » 13th International i* Workshop (iStar'20), Zurich, Switzerland, September.
- Parvizimosaed, Alireza. 2020 « Towards the Speciﬁcation and Veriﬁcation of Legal Contracts », School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Ottawa ; Ottawa.
- Sharifi, S., Parvizimosaed, A., Amyot, D., Logrippo, L., Mylopoulos, J. (2020) « Symboleo: Towards a Specification Language for Smart Contracts.» 28th IEEE Int. Requirements Engineering Conf. (RE’20), RE@Next! track, Zurich, Switzerland, September. IEEE CS
Conferences of our researchers
Web-conference : Exploring Compliance Technologies for Privacy
Rebroadcasting available here !
This content has been updated on 7 July 2020 at 12 h 32 min.