The 3 November 2004
Mr. Stéphane Cottin, Head of Computer Services and Registrar at the Constitutional Counsel in France : A Comprehensive List of Juridical Data that Should be Stored and Eternally Accessible on the Internet by Public Powers
Mr. Fabien Waechter, Director of Lexbase Documentation, France : The Storage of Published Legal Products existing only via Electonic Mediums: a Realistic Contractual Commitment?
Ms. Claire Germain, Edward Cornell Law Librarian and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York -U.S.A. : The GPO Project aimed at conserving the Entirety of Public American legal data
Ms. Véronique Abad, Associate Editor, CanLII, LexUM, Public Law Research Centre, University of Montreal
Mr. Ivan Mokanov, Head Editor of CanLII, LexUM, CRDP, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada : Quality management in the free access to law publishing model: a canadian perspective
15:45 p.m. : Break
Ms. Catherine Lupovici, Director of the Digital Library Department, Services and Networks Division, National Library of France: The Implementaion of Digital Legal Depositories in France
Maître Thierry Blanchet, Conseil Supérieur du Notariat, France : The Implementation of the Minutier Central of Notaries in France (The Storage of Authentic Digital Acts)
Mr. Bassem Asseh, Project Head, National Company of Account Commissioners (CNCC), France : The Dematerialization of Company Accounts - The Exchange and Storage of the Data Involved
Mr. Charles du Boullay, CDC Zantaz General Director, France : The Dematerialization of Exchange: Which Documents are Involved and What Companies are Affected?