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TERESA RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL
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- RESEARCH INTERESTS
Prof. Rodriguez de las Heras Ballel is Associate Professor of Commercial Law at University Carlos III of Madrid. Her research interests range from Digital law in commercial transactions and business activities (platforms, intermediary liability, privacy, IA and other emerging technologies, big data, smart contracts, Fintech, Insurtech, Regtech, crowdfunding), international business transactions (legal harmonization), secured transactions and finance law.
Prof. Rodriguez de las Heras Ballel is very active in policy making at European and international level. Indeed, she is a Member of the EU Commission Expert Group on Liability/Technologies formation on Artificial Intelligence, and of the Observatory on the Online Platform Economy, as well as of the UNIDROIT Study Group on MAC Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on international interests.
She is a member of the Council of the European Law Institute, and an arbitrator at the Madrid Court of Arbitration, and at the Spanish Court of Arbitration.
- Challenges of Fintech to Financial Regulatory Strategies, Marcial Pons, 2019
- “La Responsabilidad de las Plataformas en el Control de las Noticias Falsas: Modelos para Mitigar la Desinformación”, in RODRÍGUEZ AYUSO, Juan Francisco & ATIENZA MACÍAS, Elena, Retos jurídicos ante la crisis del COVID-19, Madrid: Wolters Kluwer, 2020, pp. 299-321.
- -. “The Layers of Digital Financial Innovation: Charting A Regulatory Response”, Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, vol. XXV, pp. 381-421, 2020.
- The Emergence of Digital Communities: Generating Trust, Managing Conflicts, and Regulating Globality… Digitality”, en GREENHOUSE, Carol J. & DAVIS, Christina L., Landscapes of Law: Practicing Sovereignty in Transnational Terrain, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020, (Chapter 9), pp. 250-277.
- “Platform-based Models for Facilitating International Trade: A Legal Analysis”, in RAI, Sheela & WINN, Jane (Eds.), Trade Facilitation and the WTO, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019.
Digital law in commercial transactions and business activities (platforms, intermediary liability, privacy, IA and other emerging technologies, big data, smart contracts, Fintech, Insurtech, Regtech, crowdfunding). International business transactions (legal harmonization)
Secured transactions and finance law.