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Acts of Multiple Parties – When Do They Constitute Patent Infringement?

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER HU: The next session is on divided infringement, and the speaker is Carol White, intellectual property council for WL Gore and Associates in Delaware. CAROL WHITE: Good morning, everyone. And thank you for your time. I'm very pleased to be here this morning. I want to think Chris Hu and the PLI team for the opportunity to present today. I thought I'd share a little bit about my background as sort of a little perspective for you as litigators ...

Advertising Claims and How to Substantiate Them

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Recorded on: Oct. 21, 2016

SPEAKER: So we are going to move into our first speaker of the conference, Jordan Heinz. And Jordan is from Kirkland and Ellis. He's a partner there in IP litigation in Chicago. I understand he flew in yesterday, so hopefully you're doing OK. And he focuses both on intellectual property and in general litigation, working largely in Lanham Act litigation and trade secret litigation across a broad range of industries. Also deals with things like TCPA ...

A Lawyer’s Guide to Navigating the Tracking, Targeting, and Analytics Ecosystem

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Recorded on: Oct. 25, 2016

D. REED FREEMAN JR.: --Alan Chapell, a long, longtime friend, and worked together on many, many, many projects over the years. He's going to discuss AdTech business models, from contextual to cross-device and attribution; the nuts and bolts of addressability-- from cookies to web beacons to platform IDs and other pseudonymous identifiers; the development of privacy rules for digital advertising-- all the way from DoubleClick Abacus, in 1999 or 2000, ...

Analysis of a Patent License Agreement

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Recorded on: Sep. 30, 2016

MARK HOLMES: Welcome back. This is where we look at terms in a patent license agreement. And if you have any questions during this time, ask them. You don't have to wait. To your right is Meredith McKenzie. She is with Juniper Networks. She joined as vice president and deputy general counsel in 2012. She has 20 years of IP experience, 18 years in house. And she's done M&A work, licensing, privacy the whole ball of wax. Next to her is Winston Henderson. ...

Antitrust Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So it's my pleasure to introduce our next speaker, Will Tom, who is sitting to the far right. Will, are you going to sit to speak or are you going to-- WILL TOM: I'll come to the podium. SPEAKER 1: OK. So Will is senior attorney, senior partner in the Antitrust Group of Morgan, Lewis. And the antitrust practice there, Will's practice, was recently recognized by Best Lawyers publication as being the best antitrust practice at a law firm ...

Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: En Banc Federal Circuit (Re)Defines Appellate Function in Patent Cases

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Recorded on: Dec. 14, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Ira Levy of Goodwin Procter. IRA LEVY: Amy thank you very much. And hello, everyone. Thanks for joining us today for this briefing on Apple v. Samsung. And, again, just to be clear, we're going to focus today on the recent en banc opinion from the Federal Circuit not the more recent Supreme Court decision on Apple v. Samsung. The cell phone wars, in addition to keeping the companies busy, ...

Applying What You've Learned: Hypotheticals in OBA and Programmatic

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Recorded on: Oct. 21, 2016

ROBERT H. NEWMAN: All right, so we're going to go back into this nonsense for one more hour. This time, Alice and I are going to be speaking together a little bit about some of these issues. We have this concept of applying what you've learned, hypotheticals, and OBA and programmatic. We will do some hypotheticals near the end of the hour. We'll ask you to talk to your neighbors a little bit and see where you come out on a few questions. But I want ...

Awareness of Ethics for the Open Source Practitioner

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Recorded on: Nov. 2, 2016

LORI E. LESSER: All right, so I'll introduce my co-panelists and then we'll tell you how the format is going to work. Our ethics expert today is Kathy Rose. Kathy is a lecturer in law and professional responsibility at Columbia University Law School. She's also taught ethics at University of Chicago Law School. She belongs to the New York City Bar Committee on Professional Responsibility, is an adjunct member of the New York City Bar Ethics Committee, ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER: Hello and welcome back. We will now have a session on IP issues and bankruptcy from a real expert in the area. Lillian Stenfeldt is partner and chair of the bankruptcy department at the Sedgwick firm. She works on complex intellectual property issues and bankruptcy cases and represents international technology and other clients on the various aspects of licensing and bankruptcy law. Lillian frequently advises clients on purchasing IP assets ...

Basics of Open Source Licensing and Best Practices for Open Source License Compliance

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

HEATHER: We're going to start off today with a panel that kind of has two parts to it. First, we'll be talking about the basics of open source licensing. And then we'll move on into best practices. So for the first part of our first session, we have two fantastic speakers to talk to you today. And then we'll introduce the other speakers who are coming up for the compliance part a little bit later, so that you don't get fatigued with introductions. First ...

Best Practices for License Enforcement and Avoiding Litigation in Open Source Software

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Recorded on: Nov. 2, 2016

LORI E. LESSER: Welcome back. We're going to start our 11 o'clock session on litigation and license enforcement. So Terry is joining us again, and with him, we have Jeff Osterman, who is a partner in Weil Gotshal's technology and IP transactions practice, where he concentrates on matters with deep commercial or technical complexity. He has extensive experience in patent licensing, technology transfer, outsourcing, technology integration, content licensing, ...

Big Data and Online Behavioral Advertising (OBA): An Advertiser's Perspective

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Recorded on: Oct. 21, 2016

ROBERT H. NEWMAN: All right. Well, welcome back from lunch everyone. Thanks for making it back. So we're sort of on our second part of the series around the OBA area. As I mentioned at the beginning, I'm Rob Newman. I'm sort of introducing myself here today. I am a partner at Winston and Strawn in Chicago, in our advertising, marketing, and privacy law practice. As I mentioned before, we used to be this advertising, marketing, and entertainment group. ...

Biosimilar Developments

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Recorded on: Nov. 15, 2016

DANIEL REISNER: So our next speaker is David Barr, my partner and friend and co-editor and author of this book. David's practice concentrated in patent trade secret in unfair competition. His experience includes litigation in federal and state courts and also before the PTO and the Federal Circuit. He's been lead trial counsel in many cases. He's got extensive experience in IP transactions, licensing, acquisitions, due diligence, and he's drafted ...

Case Study: Managing Compliance Risk in Multi-Country Sourcing

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Recorded on: Nov. 8, 2016

JOHN DELANEY: Our next speakers are coming up. And while they're setting up I'll introduce them. Our next topic is going to be a case study on managing compliance risk in multi-country sourcing. We've heard numerous times yesterday about multi-country, multi-jurisdictional outsourcing. And Brad Petersen, you'll remember, mentioned it as one of the major trends over the last decade in the sourcing space. And we're very fortunate to have two experts ...

Commercial Speech and Advertising Law

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Recorded on: Nov. 14, 2016

JEFFREY P. CUNARD: Welcome back, everyone. We're ready to start the afternoon sessions. This panel is Commercial Speech in Advertising Law. We haven't had a Commercial Speech panel for a couple of years, but we're delighted that it's back on the program. There's a lot to talk about. As in past years, the speaker for this is Steve Brody, who is a partner in the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, based in New York, and he's sitting at the very, very, ...

Copyright

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2016

BOB TAYLOR: Good afternoon. I'm Bob Taylor, and this is the copyright breakout session from the Institute. We have three speakers lined up to talk about topics of current interest in copyright law. I'm going to introduce all three of them at once and then they can just follow one another in order. Our first speaker is Howard Shire, who will be talking about recent developments in fair use and transformative use. Howard is a partner in the Andrews ...

Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK. So we're going to continue our morning theme of what some people call soft IP licensing. And I certainly don't mean that in a pejorative way. That's kind of the lingo. Soft IP licensing refers to copyright and trademarks and entertainment. And people use hard, or a tech IP licensing for technology and software and patents. Our next speaker is Paul Thomas, to my right. Paul is an attorney at Pillsbury Winthrop in Palo Alto. And he's ...

Corporate Counsel Panel: Protecting Trade Secrets and Other Confidential Information in the Digital Age

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK, we have four panelists who are going to speak on the general topic of protecting trade secrets and other confidential information in the digital age from an in-house perspective. Seated nearest to me is Pauline Wen of Viacom, Joel Wolfson, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Terry Wood, IBM, John Hamlin-- where is John? There he. OK, Marsh McLennan. OK. John, I think you're up first. TERRY WOOD: Are you down here? PAULINE WEN: No, he's ...

Counseling Suppliers - Negotiate to Win in Outsourcing

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Recorded on: Nov. 8, 2016

JOHN DELANEY: OK. We're back. Hope everyone had a nice break. So we are fortunate, as I mentioned before the break, to have George Kimball, who's one of the co-chairs of this conference, speaking on the topic of Counseling Suppliers - Negotiating to Win in Outsourcing Deals. George is a member of the technology and outsourcing practice at Wiggin and Dana. Before joining that program, George was an Associate General Counsel at HPE, where his responsibilities ...

Critical Ethics Issues for the IP Lawyer

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2016

SPEAKER: All right. OK. Yeah. OK. Well, welcome to our ethics presentation, which is going to be given by Steve Bennett of Park Jensen Bennett here in New York. Steve? STEVEN C. BENNETT: OK. So this is the eat your peas portion of the program. I'm keenly aware that the only thing between you and afternoon cocktails is me, so I will try to keep it as lively as possible and in particular encourage questions at any point along the way. So this is my ...

Cyber Attack Simulation

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Recorded on: Sep. 21, 2016

LISA SOTTO: All right, I am delighted to introduce my co-panelist for this next session. Emily Stapf is a partner in PWC's forensic technology practice. She focuses on incident response, threat management, and cyber security strategy. Emily helps a panoply of companies prepare for, respond to, and mitigate the impact of unplanned events. I have worked with Emily for about a dozen years, I think. EMILY STAPF: That's right. LISA SOTTO: Is that about ...

Cybersecurity: A Hacker’s Perspective

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Recorded on: Sep. 21, 2016

LISA SOTTO: All right, as we're figuring out seats, so this is always one of my favorite panels-- the hacker's perspective. So we're going to hear from our panel as to how hackers operate, how they're thinking about these issues, and not how our chief information security officers, who are coming next, are thinking about these issues so we can challenge them a bit. Vinnie Liu is a partner at Bishop Fox. It's a cyber security consulting firm. And he ...

Cybersecurity: U.S. and Global Legal Landscape

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Recorded on: Sep. 21, 2016

LISA J. SOTTO: All right, welcome back to our third panel of the day. This panel is going to address the US and global legal landscape. So very important to understand the legal landscape when we're dealing with breaches. So as you've heard from our two prior panels, there are lots of players in the mix. Lawyers really need to be front and center. And I have had a number of people say, within companies, say to me, I don't understand why lawyers need ...

Cybersecurity Insurance and Negotiating Cyber-Related Contract Provisions

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Recorded on: Sep. 21, 2016

LISA J. SOTTO: Welcome back. I hope you had a nice lunch, and we are welcoming our next panel. So our next panel is going to cover two issues that are disparate issues, but certainly related, cyberinsurance and negotiating cyber-related contract provisions. We are welcoming to the panel Andy Cadel. Andy is the General Counsel of Technology, IP, Data Protection, and Anti-Trust law at JP Morgan Chase. And previous to this post, he was at IBM, and also ...

Delivering An Effective Opening Statement in Patent Cases (Plaintiff v. Defendant)

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: Welcome back for the start of the second day afternoon session. The next session is on openings and storytelling and the burden of persuasion and, in just general, persuasion. The panelists are, from my far left, Keith Hummel from Cravath, Swaine, & Moore; Candice Decaire from Kilpatrick, Stockton; and my old friend, Dr. Gil Calvillo, a superstar jury consultant from Los Angeles. So I'm going to turn it over to Gil. And because ...


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