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Anatomy of a Master Services Agreement

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Recorded on: Nov. 5, 2013

BILL TANENBAUM: It's now my pleasure to introduce very quickly John, because he was already introduced and there's no need to introduce him further except to say that he has tremendous experience and a tremendous reputation in the field of outsourcing. And I'm now happy to turn it over to him to discuss the anatomy of an MSA. JOHN F. DELANEY: Thank you, Bill. Hello, everyone. I have a lot of material to cover so I'm going to move pretty quickly through ...

Angel and Venture Financing for New Developers/Publishers and Exits

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Recorded on: Oct. 24, 2013

SPEAKER 1: Jeff's helping-- DAN OFFNER: OK, thanks. Hi, all. Dan Offner. We're back with Greg Roussel. GREG ROUSSEL: Hi, everyone. DAN OFFNER: Jeff is finishing up a deal in the hallway, which is fitting for this panel. We're going to cover angel and venture financing for new developers, publishers, and exits. And we have a two-hour session, with the first hour kind of going through the initial financing phase, and then touching on second-round ...

An Update: Get Ahead of the Curve in Handling Emerging Marketing Techniques

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Recorded on: Sep. 19, 2013

SPEAKER 1: All right, welcome back everybody. Hope you had a wonderful lunch. Now you may normally have to worry about going into a carbo coma and drowsing after lunch. But I guarantee today that's not going to be a problem, because we have a living dynamo as our next speaker. Lisa Thomas is a partner at Winston & Strawn's Chicago office, where she's been specializing for more than 15 years in privacy and advertising issues. You've got her full ...

Art Law and Copyright

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

RICHARD DANNAY: OK. Welcome back. I hope everyone had a good lunch. We have a great panel for this afternoon. Unfortunately, the moderator's voice is barely in play, but I'm going to introduce all three of our speakers as I did in the morning. And then Simon will begin. To my right and our first speaker in the afternoon is Simon Frankel, who is a litigation partner in the San Francisco office of Covington & Burling and chair of his firm's intellectual ...

Art of the Deal 2.0 - Web 2.0 Issues in Technology Acquisitions 2013 (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2013

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, "Art of the Deal, Web 2.0 Issues in Technology Acquisitions." Before I begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to materials for this briefing via the course handbook ...

A View from the Trenches: Hot Issues, Creative Solutions

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Recorded on: Feb. 8, 2013

JOHN DELANEY: OK, we're back. A couple of housekeeping matters. As I mentioned at the beginning, we look forward to your feedback. Let us know what you like. Let us know about other topics that we can cover next year. We hope to have you back next year. So if you have thoughts about other issues you're seeing in your own practice that we haven't been able to touch upon in a day long conference, we'd love to hear about it. So please fill out the evaluation ...

Best Practices at Home and Abroad Panel

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Recorded on: Feb. 14, 2013

SPEAKER 1: Welcome back everyone from the break. This is our final session of the day. Last but certainly not least, we've saved some of the best for the last. I'll be very brief, and we'll just get rolling. But I'm going to introduce Sharon Sandeen, professor Sandeen again. She was with us very early this morning and gave us the trade secret crash course. And she's going to talk with a wonderful panel about best practices at home and abroad regarding ...

Big Data

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Recorded on: Nov. 19, 2013

LORI LESSER: Hi. So for our last panel, we have Mary Ellen Callahan, who is the chair of Jenner & Block's privacy and information governance practice. She has unique and broad experience with interfacing the protection of privacy civil rights and civil liberties with cyber security and national security issues. A nationally recognized privacy attorney with over a decade of outside counsel experience, she has also served as Chief Privacy Officer ...

Big Data in Outsourcing

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Recorded on: Nov. 5, 2013

WILLIAM A. TANENBAUM: We're going to get started. All of you out in the foyer, we invite you to come back. I'm going to start with two public service announcements before I introduce our next speaker on big data. First, at the end of the presentation, in an hour, would you kindly sign out of your iPads. I guess that's a Cloud requirement from PLI. And also, if you will fill out your evaluations today and tomorrow, what John and I would like to do, ...

Breakouts: Copyright/Licensing

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

WILLIAM SLOAN COATS: And so I guess, in contrast, I'm talking about the least interesting copyright cases of the [INAUDIBLE] months, just to show some contrast with Lateef, who gets the important stuff. Copyright update-- but I've just entitled it "Some Recent Interesting Copyright Cases." And as a criteria, of course, I'm using the stuff that was interesting to me. Now hopefully it's interesting to you also. But I would be unsurprised, ...

Can Fair Use Be Fixed? If So, How?

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

PETER JASZI: In fact, I actually am going to give a presentation today that will at least initially be a little more upbeat than the title suggests, the title being, Can Fair Use Be Fixed, implying, I think, that it needs to be fixed. And I actually would like to throw into doubt or open up for argument the question about whether any fix is required or, indeed, whether any fix is likely to do more good than harm. So let me start by going in at the ...

Can The DMCA Be Fixed? If So, How?

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

LATEEF MTIMA: OK. This is like that Bette Davis line, "Fasten your seat belts, this is going to be a bumpy ride," not only because this is DMCA, but, literally, talk about up-to-the-minute developments. Some of the latest key decisions on the DMCA have been happening over the last couple of weeks. And in fact, we had a decision just yesterday. So last night I'm tinkering getting this stuff in. OK. So I'm going to talk about the DMCA. And ...

Class Action Status

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Recorded on: Nov. 14, 2013

SPEAKER: Welcome back. I'm going to go ahead and introduce Scott Kamber while he's making his way in. This is the Class Action Status panel. I think it's likely to be the highlight of the day today, and it's likely to be terrific. Scott Kamber, who's about to make a grand entrance, is the founding member of KamberLaw, the leading plaintiffs' firm to focus on individual rights in the digital age. He has led the successful resolutions of dozens of ...

Cloud Computing

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Recorded on: Nov. 19, 2013

SPEAKER 1: In the last session, there was a lot of discussion about cloud computing, and some general talk. We're now going to focus in on a much more detailed analysis of cloud computing. I can tell you from my own practice, and from the practice of many of my clients, there is a strong push to offer a greater number of services on the cloud, and to make them available under new business models. I can also tell you, as somebody who used to live in ...

Contract Issues

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2013

TANYA FORSHEIT: Hey, are we on? Can everyone hear us, hopefully? We're going to go ahead and get started with our next panel, which is on contract issues. And I'm going to introduce-- everyone knows who I am already since I've been here all morning. I'm going to introduce my co-panelists, one of whom, Perry Robinson, is here and one of whom, David Bloch, will be joining us momentarily. He is caught up somewhere. But he will be here very soon. So ...

Contributory Trademark Infringement / Ownership and Title Issues

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2013

SPEAKER 1: Welcome back, everybody to our afternoon session of this advanced trademarks program. We are going to hear this afternoon from Jonathan Hudis, Vanessa Soman, and Joseph Drayton. Jonathan will address the topic of dual ownership of a trademark. And then Vanessa and Joe will address the topic of contributory infringement. I'll introduce all three of them now. Jonathan Hudis is a partner in the trademark and copyright practice group of Oblon, ...

Copyright Enforcement Update

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Recorded on: Feb. 12, 2013

KATHLEEN E. MCCARTHY: Welcome back, everyone. We're starting off the afternoon with copyright enforcement update where we're going to get two experts here talking about fair use, gray goods, and computer software protection issues in the copyright area. The first speaker is Dale Cendali who's a partner at Kirkland and who has argued before the supreme court not once, but twice, won the Harry Potter Lexicon case in a trial that was hotly followed and ...

Counterfeits and the Internet: Stopping the Flood

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Recorded on: May. 17, 2013

PETER: So with that, let me introduce our first speakers who will be talking about the subject of counterfeiting. Deborah Greaves is the Secretary and General Counsel of True Religion brand jeans-- a product which my wife has particular familiarity with-- which is a premium apparel company listed on NASDAQ. Deborah has worked as an attorney working on premium brands for over 16 years. And her key practice areas obviously include brand enforcement, ...

Cutting-Edge Developments in Technotainment Litigation

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Recorded on: Sep. 19, 2013

SPEAKER 1: All right. Back for more litigation, time for the scary topic. But, actually, the very important one. Because we're going to have the year in review and convergence cases by Rhonda Trotter. Rhonda is a partner at Kaye Scholer. She's a trial lawyer. God bless her, because at least somebody is willing to do that. Rhonda is also co-chair of her firm's copyright, trademark, and false advertising group. Long ago, or at some point in her past, ...

Cybersecurity

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Recorded on: Nov. 19, 2013

PETER BROWN: Okay. All right. After that large mouthful of information, we're going to take you into the fascinating world of cybersecurity. Our two speakers are genuine experts in this field. The first speaker I want introduce is professor Dad-- DAVID W. OPDERBECK: Opderbeck. PETER BROWN: Opderbeck. I'm sorry. It just didn't come out today. Sorry there-- who is a member of the faculty of Seton Hall law school. He focuses on regulation of access ...

Developments in Privacy and Data Protection

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

ROBERT P. TAYLOR: Our next speaker is going to be David Bender. And David's going to be talking to us about data protection and the rapidly emerging area of privacy. DAVID BENDER: Now, let me start out with a question. How many of you have actually handled a privacy matter, one or more, in your practice? Not a lot. We had actually one-quarter in New York, but far fewer-- for those of you in webcast land, we had maybe 5% raise their hands here, which ...

Drafting and Updating Social Media Policies and Guidelines

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Recorded on: Feb. 8, 2013

JOHN DELANEY: I think we're back. Next topic up is drafting and updating social media policies and guidelines. And one thing I will say. So much has happened in this area of the law since we last met a year ago that I can say with quite some confidence that, if your company hasn't updated its social media policy or guidelines in the past year, they're probably out of date, just because so much has happened in this area. And we're very fortunate to ...

eDiscovery and Litigation Issues

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Recorded on: Jun. 11, 2013

J. ANTHONY BOWEN: OK. For our next panel, we have two presenters. One of our presenters will be joining us via conference call, and so he will be on the phone. And we have Steven Hunter is here, who will be live. And so I'll start by introducing our conference call participant faculty, and that is Joseph DeMarco. Joseph is a partner at DeVore & DeMarco LLP, where he specializes in litigating and counseling on complex issues involving information ...

Effective Business Practices in the Open Source Cloud

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Recorded on: Dec. 16, 2013

LARRY ROSEN: Welcome back, everyone. Again, it's my unfortunate task to keep everyone precisely on schedule. It is now 11:30 Pacific Daylight Time, and we're going to start with the next presentation. I have two speakers I want to introduce, one of whom is sitting here, and the other one will soon be here. So let me start with Adam Cohn, whom some of you may remember from previous presentations at these programs in previous years. Adam was at Cisco ...

Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals

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Recorded on: Nov. 5, 2013

JOHN F. DELANEY: You know, whenever we think of ethics in outsourcing, we know a lot of people want to make sure they get their ethics credit. But we also want to make the presentation interesting. And we're very fortunate to have a speaker who's been able to figure out a way to make ethics an interesting topic. So I hope, Maddie, you can live up to that. So I'm happy to introduce Maddie Batliboi. Maddie is a senior counsel at the Travelers, where ...

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