Laws can often seem complicated and inaccessible to those not sufficiently familiar with them. New technologies are typically regarded in the same way. And yet, all e-activities (e-business, e-government, e-health, e-learning, ...) are expected to be easy to use, secure, trustworthy, and an improvement to your life. Finding the right balance between legal certainty and user friendliness in this environment can be quite a challenge. None the less, challenges exist to be met.
So allow me to welcome you to this website. I am Hans Graux, an IT lawyer at the bar of Brussels, and a founding partner in the IT law firm time.lex. Since obtaining a Law degree (2002) and completing a complementary study in Informatics (2003), I have been involved professionally in IT Law throughout my professional career.
Over the past few years, this has given me the opportunity to build up an extensive experience in a variety of IT-related legal fields, to meet a lot of interesting people, and to have a good time along the way.
This site is more or less an online business card for me, and does not contain a lot of frequently updated content.