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Aereo: What Does the Supreme Court's Decision Mean for Other Internet Video and Cloud-Based Services? (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2014

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Bruce Keller. BRUCE KELLER: Welcome everybody. We're going to organize today's briefing by having a series of questions that we've created largely based on comments that we've seen in the press, in the blogosphere, all public record information and all part of the intense interest that has accompanied this case since it was filed. And we thought that since it's an audio conference only, ...

Access

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2014

LEE LEVINE: Give the panelists a second to get seated, and then we will begin. After a year's hiatus, I am happy to report and to introduce to you the return of the access panel. We took a year off last year because we had so much to talk about with respect to Snowden and leak investigations and everything, but access is back, and we're very happy to have as our principal speaker this year David McCraw. David is Vice President and Assistant General ...

Access

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2012

LEE LEVINE: You ready? Are you ready? LUCY A. DALGLISH: Yes, he's ready. LEE LEVINE: All right, we're going to get started, if everybody could take their seats. We move rapidly now into the law of access. And our principal speaker is David Schulz of the Levine Sullivan firm here in New York, who is not only, for my money, the leading authority on access law out there today but is bringing the good word of First Amendment rights of access down all ...

Cable's Role in Wireless

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Recorded on: Jan. 30, 2014

TARA M. CORVO: OK. We're going to jump right into our last panel of the conference which is cable's role in wireless. I'd like to introduce our panelists. To my left, is Michele Farquhar. Michele is a partner with Hogan Lovells. She focuses her practice on commercial and private wireless and mass media regulation, strategic planning on complex spectrum allocation, and auction related transactional issues, and global telecommunications and competition ...

Developments in First Amendment Jurisprudence

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2014

LEE LEVINE: All right, everybody. We're going to start back up. If you could get your seats. We move now from the halls of the regulatory agency to the halls of the Supreme Court, and to some extent the courts of appeals. This is our annual session on developments in First Amendment jurisprudence. I will introduce the rest of the panelists after the principal presentation. And that presentation will be made again this year by Paul Smith. Paul is ...

Developments in First Amendment Jurisprudence

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

LEE LEVINE: OK, let's get started. Welcome to "Development in First Amendment Jurisprudence." it's been an eventful year, both in the Supreme Court and elsewhere, on the overarching First Amendment front so we have a lot to talk about today. I'm going to introduce our principal speaker now and then the rest of the panelists after Paul gets done with his initial overview. Our principal speaker, as always, is Paul Smith. Paul is a partner at the Jenner ...

Developments in First Amendment Jurisprudence

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Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

LEE LEVINE: Welcome everyone, to the second panel of the morning-- our First Amendment panel. Unlike the previous panel, I'm very pleased to report that we have no changes in the faculty on this panel. For this year, we return our all-star cast of the last several years. I will introduce all of them to you after the principal presentation. The principal presentation this year will be made by Jack Weiss-- who has, in many previous years, for those ...

Developments in First Amendment Jurisprudence

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2012

LEE LEVINE: Welcome back, everyone, from break. This is the time in the proceedings where we traditionally take a look at what's going on specifically at the Supreme Court, and more generally, with respect to developments in First Amendment jurisprudence that overarch all of the other subjects we talk about for the rest of the conference starting now. Our principal speaker, as he has been for each of the last five years, is Paul Smith, who is the ...

Developments in Newsgathering Liability

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

LEE LEVINE: This is Newsgathering Liability, our last session of the day. I will start by introducing our principal speaker. But before I do that, I want to remind everyone to please fill out your online evaluations of the program. We really do read them carefully and take them into account in how we plan next year's event, so we really encourage you to do that. We've made it as easy as possible by putting them on those iPads, and you ought to be ...

Developments in Reporter's Priviledge and Anonymous Speech

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

LEE LEVINE: All right, everyone. If you could take your seats, we're going to get started again. This is Reporter's Privilege and Anonymous Speech. Much like yesterday, this panel will be followed immediately at 11:15 without a break by the access panel. So please do not get up and mill around after this panel. And if folks on this panel could exit stage that way, the access panel will come this way. Dave, you can stay seated, and it will be very ...

Developments in the Law of Access

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

LEE LEVINE: I will introduce our principal speaker, who is David McCraw. David is vice president and assistant general counselor in The New York Times company. He's walking behind me, right now as we speak. To pick up on what Greg was saying, he is the lead counsel in more than 25 FOIA suits brought by The New York Times, so he knows of whence he speaks. And before coming to The Times he was deputy general counsel at the New York Daily News, among ...

Developments in the Law of Defamation

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

LEE LEVINE: All right, if everybody could take your seats. We're going to get started for the afternoon session. A word of advice, there is no break between this session and the one that immediately follows it. So don't get up. Don't walk around. Just stay in your seats. And we will have a very efficient and choreographed movement of people exiting and entering stages right and left. This is defamation. And as is my custom, I'm going to start by ...

Developments in the Right of Publicity and Related Claims

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

JEREMY FEIGELSON: It's on? OK. Hi, everybody. We're actually going to get rolling right away so thanks for your attention. And I've been asked to just grab the mic and start introducing our panel even while they are still standing up in some cases. Our keynote speaker is Kelli Sager. Kelli is a partner at Davis Wright in Los Angeles and I'm going to have to shorthand the introductions a little bit in the interest of time and not mention all of everybody's ...

Electronic Media Regulation

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Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

SEEMA LAL MEEHAN: Now it's my pleasure to introduce to you the co-chairs of today's program, Bruce Keller, Lee Levin, and Jeffrey Cunard. Bruce Keller is a partner at the New York office of Debevoise & Plimpton and leads the firm's intellectual property litigation practice. During his career, Mr. Keller has litigated a number of widely publicized IP, First Amendment, and other entertainment-related cases. He has written and lectured extensively ...

Halliburton and Trends in Securities Class Actions

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Recorded on: Jul. 15, 2014

HOWARD: Our next panel is going to talk more about some recent class action developments in the securities litigation field, particularly the Supreme Court's very recent decision in Halliburton. And for this presentation we have-- It's going to be like point, counterpoint. We've got a leading lawyer on the plaintiff's bar side, who I'll introduce in a moment, and a leading securities defense counsel. And I'm glad I'm not in between them, because there ...

Hot Issues in Social Media

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Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

JEFFREY CUNARD: Ahem, ahem, ahem. It's time to get seated. We have a tremendous panel to talk about hot issues in social media. Two reminders. First, as you know by now, if you have any questions, you can email them to webcast at pli.edu. And second, speaking on behalf of my co-chairs, we would very much appreciate your filling out the evaluations, which are accessible through your personal iPads there. And without any further ado, let me introduce ...

Hot Issues in Social Media

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2012

JEFFREY P. CUNARD: Welcome back to the last panel of the first day. And now for something really special and different. So for those of you who were here this morning, you heard me talk about how we've been doing this for first 35 years with Jim Goodale, and then for the next five years with Lee Bruce and myself. But what we've never done before, as we move into the 21st century, is have a panel on social media. So we thought we would try that this ...

Hot Issues in Social Media

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2014

EMILIA SIMA: Jeffrey, without further ado. JEFFREY P. CUNARD: Thank you, Sima. Well, thank you all for staying for what I like to think is among the most exciting of the panels at this program. It's particularly exciting for me this time, because unlike the usual PLI communications law panel, where it's the same people more or less year after year-- we have great people-- this year, aside from RonNell, we have all new panelists. So, I want to welcome ...

Hot Issues in Social Media

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Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2015

JEFFREY P CUNARD: Thank you very much. So take what Seema says very, very seriously. We as co-chairs always do. But the most important thing that she's just said is, you need to fill out the evaluations, because it really helps us year to year in figuring out how we're doing, what we can do better, and who to invite. And without any further ado, the last panel-- but certainly not the least of these fantastic two days of a great program-- focuses ...

Hot Topics in Telecommunications

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Recorded on: Oct. 13, 2011

PATRICK L. DONNELLY: Good morning, I'm Patrick Donnelly, again, the executive vice president general counsel of SiriusXM. Welcome this morning to our second panel, Hot Topics in Communications. Just so we can calibrate this discussion a little bit, how many people practice before the FCC, have pending matters before the FCC? Just by a show of hands. Good. I like it. All right, so this should be one of the more entertaining panels of the day. Contrary ...

Intellectual Property

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2014

BRUCE P. KELLER: All right, everybody, it's Friday afternoon. We're going to try and keep on time so we can conclude on time. So I am going to begin the intellectual property section of the program by starting with the introduction of our principal speaker, Mary Snapp, who's back again and, every year, takes us around the world of intellectual property developments that relate to communications law, and will do so again. Mary, for those of you who ...

Intellectual Property

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Recorded on: Nov. 28, 2012

BRUCE P. KELLER: Welcome back, everybody. We are now going to turn to what I like to refer to as the entertainment portion of the program, on intellectual property law. And I think what I'll do first is simply briefly introduce Mary, who is reprising her role as the speaker, and will take us through a tour of some of the interesting cases that have evolved since last time we met. Mary, a 23-year veteran at Microsoft, leads the work of over 200 lawyers ...

Intellectual Property

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Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

BRUCE P. KELLER: We're going to start with the intellectual property segment. And as is always the case, we kick it off with a tour around the intellectual property world presented by Mary Snapp, who's Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of the Products and Services Division in Microsoft's Law and Corporate Affairs Department, where she oversees the work of over 200 lawyers and legal professionals who provide support to all of Microsoft's ...

Latest Regulatory Developments Affecting Cable's Voice Buisness

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Recorded on: Jan. 30, 2014

HOWARD J. SYMONS: I guess people will trickle in. Welcome back to our final panel of the day. This one is a real test to see if you're awake. JOSE M. JIMENEZ: Hey. HOWARD J. SYMONS: Oh, I'm sorry. These guys have thick skin. It's OK. This is the panel on the cable voice services on the issue confronting cable operators as providers of voice. And as I mentioned this morning, in the introduction, this has been, for a number of years now, an important ...

Latest Regulatory Developments Affecting Cable's Voice Business

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Recorded on: Feb. 3, 2012

HOWARD J. SYMONS: Welcome back. We'll get started with our afternoon sessions the first session this afternoon is Developments Affecting Cable's Voice Business. We're going to first focus on an overview of voice regulatory issues affecting the delivery of voice service then drill down on a couple of specific ones. And to present we've got three panelists who bring a wide range of experience and depth to these issues. First Brian Rankin who's the ...


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