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Inside Counsels' Perspectives on Securities Law Issues

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Recorded on: Dec. 16, 2014

SPEAKER 1: I'm going to do our last panel, which is on the insider counsel's perspective. And we have two returning speakers. We have Lori Bostrom from Oppenheimer's general counsel of the Oppenheimer funds. And then we have Ken Josselyn, who's the general counsel on the finance area of Goldman Sachs, and then our new edition, is Andrew Siegel, who is the general counsel of Perella Weinberg. So we have a lot of interesting perspectives. And we tried ...

New World of Collaborative Consumption 2014

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Recorded on: Dec. 16, 2014

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn the speaking over to David Balabanian. DAVID BALABANIAN: Hello everyone, and welcome to the first PLI course on collaborative consumption. One thing I can say with assurance, it will not be the last. With me on the panel is RJ Hendricks, the labor and employment partner at Morgan Lewis, Brian Rocca, an anti-trust and regulatory partner at Morgan Lewis, and Robert Morgan, who, despite his name, is not at Morgan ...

Securities Act Exemptions/Private Placements

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Recorded on: Dec. 16, 2014

N. ADELE HOGAN: Well, we're delighted to be back. And I want to introduce to my left, Anna Pinedo. She is a partner at Morrison Foerster, and she has a huge practice in a very complicated area of securities law. She does general securities law, of course, but she also is very specialized in securities and derivatives and how they interplay. She does a lot of work in the structured products area. A lot of the most complex questions in New York City ...

Basics of Export Controls 2014

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Recorded on: Dec. 15, 2014

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello My name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, "Basics of Export Controls 2014." Before we 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 Materials tab in the ...

Effective Business Practices in the Open Source Cloud

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LAWRENCE ROSEN: Hello, everyone again. Please take your seats so we can get started again. I want to acknowledge the fact that I have a bunch of questions which I have purposely chosen not to answer yet because I thought they would, if you will, interrupt the flow. For those of you who have asked questions, please make sure that I have your email address associated with the question so that if I don't answer it or get an answer for you today, I'll ...

Best Practices for License Enforcement and Avoiding Litigation

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LARRY ROSEN: I want to introduce, I was hoping to introduce three speakers. But I'm only going to introduce two of them because of a problem in Boston-- weather. JILAYNE LOVEJOY: Big shoes to fill. Big shoes. LARRY ROSEN: Pardon? JILAYNE LOVEJOY: Big shoes to fill. LARRY ROSEN: The two speakers today are going to be talking about how to avoid business risks, how to avoid litigation. And they are both working for companies that I think have that ...

Royalty-Free Patents and Open Standards in Open Source Software

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LAWRENCE ROSEN: Next panel, please. I don't know how many of you pay attention to these email lists that I'm on all the time. But I have been nagging, bitching at the Apache organization, and in Creative Commons, and at W3C about doing different things with respect to patents and standards. And so I begged, and pleaded, and actually got some willing people who are going to tell you about what they're doing in order to effectively make standards and ...

Hot Topics: Critical Issues and Important Cases in FOSS

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LAWRENCE ROSEN: OK, we're cued to take our seats. I appreciate your continuing attention. This panel is always news to me. I don't really know in advance what they're going to talk about other than the fact that everyone that's invited here is an expert, with great knowledge of companies, law, and everything. So they can help answer some questions. But the question we're trying to address in this particular session is, what we need to look out for ...

Ethics Issues for the Open Source Practitioner

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LARRY ROSEN: Welcome back, everyone. We're going to try to get started again. I notice that the room here is not as full as it was before lunch. The people who aren't here need ethics, so I hope they will show up soon. And for those of you who are out there on the web, I appreciate your attendance. And I'm looking forward to introducing our two speakers for this ethics presentation. We work pretty hard to come up with an ethics presentation every ...

Open Source Technology and License Overview

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2014

LAWRENCE ROSEN: So with that, I'd like to turn it over for our first presentation on community. And again, I want to introduce Jim Jagielski, who is Mr. Apache to me. JIM JAGIELSKI: Good morning, everyone. There is a change. We are going to go and do the community slides first. So as we wait for those to get switched over. OK. First of all, as Larry said, my name is Jim Jagielski. I want to thank Larry and all of PLI for inviting me here today to ...

Market Update: CMBS and RMBS

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

FRANK POLVERINO: OK, I guess we're ready to move on to our next panel. This is our first panel that will be sort of focused on specific asset classes. And this is specifically dealing with providing a market update in the CMBS and the RMBS markets. Let me introduce our panelists. To my left is Kim Diamond. Kim is a Senior Managing Director and Head of Structured Finance at Kroll Bond Rating Agency. Next is Stephen Kudenholdt. Stephen is a partner ...

Patent and Technology Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: OK, welcome back. I hope everybody had a nice lunch. At this point we're going to pick up with patent and technology licensing, which is my topic. Can you guys hear me, in the back? Good. OK. Before we start, could I get, by a show of hands, how many of you are corporate attorneys? OK. How many IP? OK. About half and half. Any litigation folks? OK, great. That's a very nice mix. So I'll try to put my comments in the appropriate context. So ...

International Considerations in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: Good morning, and welcome back. I hope everybody had a good evening last night. And welcome to the second day of our program. This morning, we start with the European licensing and international licensing, but in particular European licensing talk. And then we'll follow that with a presentation on US antitrust issues. But there really is a lot of commonality between those two areas, because, as you'll hear from Lindsey in a moment, a ...

Rights of Publicity and Entertainment Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

J. YANG: Hi, folks. Welcome back. At this point it's my pleasure to introduce our two next speakers, Kristina Dinerman-Cooper to my immediate right, and Brian Thompson to my far right. Kristina's Vice President at Yahoo, where she's head of business and legal affairs for media marketing commerce and Yahoo Studios. She oversees Yahoo's Global Content Media and Technology Legal Team, responsible for Yahoo's editorial business marketing video and all ...

Ethical Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: Hello everybody. Welcome back. We are now down to the last inning of today's game. And it's my pleasure to introduce Merri Baldwin, who is a shareholder at the firm of Rogers Joseph O'Donnell, here in San Francisco. Merri is vice chair of the State Bar of California's Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct and co-chair of its Legal Malpractice-- sorry, the Legal Malpractice section of the Bar Association of San Francisco. ...

Regulatory and Government Issues in IP Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

SPEAKER 1: Thanks. By the way, just to make some linkages, when I was getting my talk and I talked about some of these five or six Federal Circuit cases where the courts had blown through the short form disclaimers, the General Protecht and the Intel case that [? Ira ?] mentioned, those two cases are examples of those five cases. And then I also mentioned in my talk yesterday that if you don't use the right steps or verbs, you can get into trouble. ...

Drafting for Litigation

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: Hello, and welcome back. We are beginning our afternoon session, and I'm pleased to introduce Ira Levy from the Goodwin Procter firm in New York, who's going to be speaking to us on litigation issues and licensing. Ira is a member of Goodwin Procter's litigation department and its IP practice, where his practice focuses on the litigation of patent, trademark, copyright, false advertising, and related matters for a wide variety of industries ...

Examining Key Regulations Through a Global Lens

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

FRANK POLVERINO: Welcome back, everyone. Hope you enjoyed your lunch. I'd like to move into the first panel of this afternoon. This actually has a lot-- a lot of meat to this panel here. It's going to be examining the key regulations through a global lens. And frankly, if at the time we were putting this program together back in the early summer, late spring, if you had known all of these regulations would have been released in the late summer and ...

Antitrust Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: So our next speaker-- who I guess I would characterize as the US counterpart to Lindsay, because we've been talking about European antitrust and competition law, and then Willard Tom will do American antitrust law-- is Willard Tom. Willard is a distinguished expert in the field. He's a partner at Morgan Louis's antitrust practice, having worked in the antitrust feel for more than 30 years both in private practice and in government. From ...

Developments in Risk Based Capital Rules

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

FRANK POLVERINO: Ready for our final panel presentation for this morning. And this one is going to be dealing with the developments in the risk-based capital rules. It's an area that I personally don't spend a lot of my time focusing on, but I will be very interested in listening to this panel because it is a very important area for the securitization markets. If you're a transactional lawyer like me, you don't necessarily get involved with the front ...

Trademark Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: So that's our program for the two days. At this point, I'm pleased to introduce our speaker for the first hour, Sally Abel, to my immediate right. Sally, I think many of you know, if you're here in the Bay Area or even from other cities. Sally is a preeminent trademark attorney. She founded and chairs the Trademark Group at Fenwick & West LLP, where she specializes in international trademark and brand counseling, including the development ...

Overview of Other Securitization Markets

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

FRANK POLVERINO: So the final panel that we have for you today is covering the overview of the other securitization markets. We had a panel earlier today on RMBS and CMBS. We almost finished a CLO panel. And so this panel is really going to talk about all of the other asset classes within the ABS market. So quick introduction of the panelists. To my left is Andrew Faulkner. Andy is a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom here in New York. ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: Hello and welcome back. For this session, we have Lillian Stenfeldt speaking to us on IP issues and bankruptcy, or maybe bankruptcy issues and IP. Lillian is chair of the bankruptcy department and a partner at Sedgwick LLP, here in San Francisco. She's worked on IP and bankruptcy issues, both here and abroad, for more than 25 years, representing international and domestic clients on all aspects of licensing and bankruptcy law, frequently ...

Software Licensing and Open Source Licenses

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

J. YANG: So, at this point, it's my pleasure to introduce Cliff Allen and Jason Buttura. Cliff, to my immediate right, is a senior attorney at Microsoft Corporation. I just used your company as an example of a large company that shouldn't be entitled to $100,000 all-you-can-eat lunch. CLIFFORD ALLEN: For sure. J. YANG: Cliff is the lead attorney in developing Microsoft's open source policy, it's open source approval tool and it's open source compliance ...

Mock Negotiation of a License Agreement

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Recorded on: Dec. 10, 2014

JOSEPH YANG: All right. We are now into the last session of the afternoon and this is a mock negotiation of a license agreement. So this is where, I think, a lot of the concepts and principles that we've heard, the best practices, over the past couple days kind of get pulled together into the context of a real agreement. There is a handout outside. It is on the table. And it's the sample agreement that our speakers will be using for their negotiation. ...

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