The research carried out intends to frame and deepen the dimensions of risk in today's communicational and technological society, which are projected in law, in all its dimensions, including environmental law, but also in all the privatístic sectors, from civil rights to the commercial rights. The technological revolution poses especially delicate legal challenges: from the protection of databases to intellectual property law, from personality rights to the control and transparency of society, from classic commercial contracts to electronic contracts, from traditional or subjective liability to liability punishment, from hiring at a distance to consumer protection, from genetically modified products to artificial intelligence, etc.
Whereas commercial contracting (pre-contractual, training, content, effects, transfer, modification, and termination) has moved away from the traditional models, and new contractual types (socially typed), and taking into account that different sectors of the law intersect (from intellectual property to competition law, not forgetting the right of consumption), and internationalization, standardization, objectivization, and commodification of contractual models, it is intended to elaborate a set of texts based on the risk of current societies and the technological revolution we are witnessing that is reflected in commercial contracting, both within the contracting and in its conformation, and reflect on these concerns and projections in law. This set of texts could serve as the basis for the publication of a book on modern commercial contracting (new problems in a technological and risk society).
Write a book addressing the following issues (it is an exemplifying list):