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Enhancing Reporting Procedures and Conducting Investigations

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

REBECCA WALKER: Now that my eight-year-old can make fabulous movies himself, not to mention my 17-year-old, having our employees put together our training for us? That's a fabulous idea. So much easier. OK, so I'm going to go ahead and start the introductions for the next panel because we're a couple minutes behind. And after this we'll have a 15 minute break. But the next panel is going to discuss reporting procedures and investigations. Always, ...

Compliance Program Auditing, Monitoring, Assessment and Other Forms of Checking

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

REBECCA WALKER: OK, I know it's been a rather packed early afternoon. But we will have a break after this. And there are only two more panels for the day. So that should sustain you. We are going to next be talking about auditing, monitoring, assessment, and other forms of checking. And Ravi Inthiran is joining me here to talk about that. We're going to work together on this panel. Ravi manages the shared services function in McKesson's Corporate ...

Codes, Training and Communication

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

REBECCA WALKER: OK, we're going to move right on to the next panel on codes, training, and communications. This is often where, for better and for worse, where the program touches the greatest number of employees, how we communicate with them, and educate about the law and compliance requirements. Always challenging to do that effectively. And I think we as a profession have really-- we started out with a very steep learning curve in terms of what ...

Program Structure and Oversight

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

REBECCA WALKER: Thanks so much, Paul. We are going to move right into the next session. Thank you. That provides a fabulous base foundation for the next day and a half with that legal update, really fantastic. And thanks again to Paul for always being willing to give us that comprehensive legal update at the beginning of these programs. We are going to move right into the panel on Program Structure and Board Oversight. And as Paul mentioned really, ...

Accounting Materiality: In Fraud or in Fair Weather

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

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, Accounting Materiality in Fraud or in Fair Weather. 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 ...

Maintaining Employment and HR Information System Data Flows from Europe to the U.S. after Schrems

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

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, Maintaining Employment in HR Information System Data Flows from Europe to the US after Schrems. 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 ...

Creating, Measuring and Maintaining a Culture of Compliance

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

SPEAKER: I like it. OK. OK. Excuse me. We're going to start our last panel of the day. Thank you all for your participation and engagement and staying here to the bitter end. I appreciate it, and I know that our panelists appreciate it. And this last panel is really, in many ways, a summation of everything we've been talking about for the last day and a half. We talked a lot about legal standards and practices and how to create all the various aspects ...

Mental Stability in the Workplace: Assessments, Accommodations and Responses to Threats and Violence

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

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, Mental Stability in the Workplace, Assessments, Accommodations, and Responses to Threats and Violence. 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 ...

The Patentability of Business Methods: The Search for a Clear Rule Goes On (And On)

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: OK. We're going to resume now with the next session, which is on the patentability of business methods. The speaker is Carolyn Blankenship, the senior vice president and associate general counsel for intellectual property at Thomson Reuters and a longtime speaker here at PLI. Carolyn? CAROLYN BLANKENSHIP: Thank, you Chris. Yes. Not only am I a longtime speaker here at PLI, I'm a longtime speaker on this subject. So ignore the fact ...

Joint Defense and Indemnification – Getting Along with Others

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: Thank you. Our last speaker today is Jeffrey Zachmann, who's a counsel in IBM's corporate litigation department. He has a lot of experience handling patent litigation. And Jeff's topic is indemnification and joint defense, an increasingly important topic. Jeff? JEFFREY T. ZACHMANN: Thank you, Chris. And thank you all for sticking around. At 4 o'clock, you can see who the real die-hard CLE guys are who maybe need to fill out their ...

Parallel Patent Office Proceedings

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: OK, we're back. The next speaker is Paul Gupta from Reed Smith, who divides his time between New York and California, who is going to speak on the increasingly important topic of parallel patent office proceedings. Paul. PAUL GUPTA: Thanks very much, Chris and thanks for inviting me back to this great program, which seems that it's been going on for more years than any of us care to remember. And I think actually see a couple of familiar ...

Ethics Issues in Patent Litigation

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: OK. Now we have our last session, and our speaker is Thomas Maffei, who's going to talk about ethical issues in patent litigation. And also I have been asked to announce the winner of the free book in the raffle-- Jean [INAUDIBLE]. And I guess you can pick it up outside on your way out. Congratulations. Tom? Go ahead. THOMAS MAFFEI: OK. Thank you very much. Well, here it is. I just got down this morning, but I guess you folks have ...

Infringement Based on Acts of Multiple Parties

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: Good morning. Welcome back. Our first speaker today is Gene Lee from Ropes & Gray, who's going to discuss the question of infringement by multiple parties-- a question that never seems to get answered completely. Gene? GENE LEE: Thank you, Chris. Good morning, everybody. I believe this is my fourth year presenting on the topic of joint or divided infringement at this program. And this is the issue that's like the gift that keeps on ...

Strategy and Tactics in Patent Litigation – The Factors That Need to be Considered That You Can’t Find in the Statutes, Cases or Rules

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: Our next session is something that the audience from last year requested. More discussion of the things that go into devising patent strategy and tactics that you don't find in cases. All of the nitty gritty issues that you have to deal with in deciding whether to sue, where to sue, and all the things that go along with that. So we have a panel of in-house and outside people. Ray Wood who is the chief patent counsel for ZTE USA, ...

Recent Developments in Patent Law and Their Effects on Patent Litigation

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: So we're just going to get started early here. Our first speaker is Gerry Hadded from Dickstein Shapiro, an old friend and colleague, who is going to talk about the past year and recent developments in patent law and how they affect patent litigation. GERARD A. HADDAD: Good morning. There have been some important Supreme Court and Federal Circuit cases in the last year that I'm going to touch on. And over the next two days, you're ...

NPEs – The Special Issues Arising From Disputes with NPEs

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER HU: OK, we're back. The next topic is the interesting one of the special issues arising with disputes involving non-practicing entities. We have Robert Gilman from Hayes Messina Gilman & Hayes in Boston, Philip Green from Hoffman Alvary & Company, and James Wodarski from Mintz, Levin. I don't know the order here. Bob-- ROBERT GILMAN: I can start, Chris, thank you. And thank you all for being here. We're excited to have the always-desired ...

Recent Supreme Court Decisions in Patent Cases – How Helpful Have They Been?

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

SPEAKER: The next session is going to be a more detailed look at the Supreme Court decisions of the past year. And we have Nick Mitrokostas and William Jay, known to many is Willie, who I think actually argued a couple of the Supreme Court cases that they're going to discuss. Nick? Willie? Nice to meet you. Are you going to stand, or-- NICHOLAS MITROKOSTAS: We're going to just sit down if that's OK. And is this the clicker? WILLIAM JAY: You'd better-- ...

Remedies (Including Injunctions)

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Recorded on: Nov. 17, 2015

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: OK, the next topic is remedies, damages, and injunctions. The speakers are Eric Lobenfield from Hogan Lovells and Richard Marinelli from Orrick. And I have to make a public confession here. I had invited them each individually to speak for an hour and then realized when PLI was printing the program, that I had invited two people. And they've graciously agreed to share the time. And I understand you guys are actually on the same ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...


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