Former staff
David Korteweg

Curriculum Vitae

David Korteweg was working on the research project 'Digitization of audiovisual content for heritage institutions: models for licensing and remuneration', a project commissioned by Beelden voor de Toekomst/NL Kennisland (Images of the Future / Knowledgeland).

He received his LL.B. from Utrecht University (2008, cum laude) and a Research LL.M. in Information Law from the University of Amsterdam (2010). His Master's thesis dealt with the possibilities of a harmonised choice of law rule governing cross-border defamation within the framework of the Rome II Regulation.

David is now working as a lawyer for Kennedy Van der Laan.


(with P.B. Hugenholtz) Digitization of audiovisual materials by heritage institutions: Models for licences and compensations (summary), study commisioned by Images for the Future/Knowledgeland, April 2011.


(with T. McGonagle) The Digital Dividend: Opportunities and Obstacles, in: Switchover to the Digital Dividend, IRIS plus, 2010-6.

The lead article in this IRIS plus sets out to trace the main lines of relevant law and policy debates about the digital dividend at the European level. It identifies the key issues at stake and critically analyses how the Council of Europe and European Union are engaging with the same. Other international standards and debates on other international platforms are examined too. The article concludes with a distillation of continuing and expected opportunities and challenges relating to the digital dividend.



Updated 03.07.2012