Timelex (www.timelex.eu) is a boutique law firm based in Brussels, specialised in information and technology law in the broadest sense, including privacy protection, data and information management, e-business, intellectual property and telecommunications. Its activities cover all legal issues encountered in the creation, management and exploitation of information and technology, in all of its diverse forms. Timelex as an independent firm was founded in 2007, and many of its lawyers started their career in international law firms and multinational companies. The team is internationally recognised, being both a Legal 500 Top Tier firm in Information Technology, and a Chambers Europe Recommended Firm for TMT - Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Data Protection and Entertainment. Timelex has a proven track record in every aspect of information and technology law, from an academic, business and policy perspective. At Timelex, all legal facets of the modern information society are our area of expertise, which we continuously cultivate by assisting policy makers, public and private organizations with all their legal problems in this area. The Timelex team provides support from a pragmatic perspective as lawyers at the bar of Brussels, and from a policy perspective as advisors to various governments, public administrations and legislative bodies in Belgium, at the European level, and internationally. The Timelex team is specifically known for its European policy studies in a variety of subjects, including data protection, electronic signatures, electronic identity management, e-business and e-government, in which they can rely on an extensive network of IT law experts covering all European countries. From a business perspective, Timelex frequently assists companies in establishing suitable policies and legal frameworks in their data management activities, including with regard to the cross-border transfer and processing of personal data, data security and liability management issues. Its clients include private companies and public sector bodies in the IT sector, financial services, e-health, marketing and e-commerce.
Markus Sabadello has been a pioneer and leader in the field of digital identity for many years and has contributed to cutting-edge technologies that have emerged in this space. He is co-editor of the Decentralized Identifiers specification at W3C, co-chair of the Identifiers and Discovery Working Group at the Decentralized Identity Foundation, and member of the Technical Governance Board at Sovrin Foundation. Markus has spoken at dozens of conferences and published papers about both the politics and technologies of digital identity. He is founder of Danube Tech, a consulting and development company that works on decentralized identity infrastructure products.
We are building the bridges that interconnect all decentralized identity networks globally. This enables interoperable identity applications and services for everyone.