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Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Jul. 1, 2014

KAY: Good after-- good after break. That's it. Not good afternoon, but good after break. We are delighted you're here. Welcome back to what is now the second building block in the fluency immersion class of copyright and all things joyously copyright. This topic is going to be Issues in Copyright Licensing. Again, I commend you to read Marcelo Halpern's bio on the web. He is an accomplished, a remarkable, and a generous knower of most everything regarding ...

Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies 2014 (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Jul. 1, 2014

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, Supreme Court's Landmark Limelight and Nautilus Decisions and Their Impact on Patent Litigation and Prosecution Strategies. 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, and time permitting they will be addressed. ...

New Cases in Copyright Law - Internet and Beyond

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Recorded on: Jul. 1, 2014

KATHERINE C. SPELMAN: Welcome back to part two of the copyright galloping, thorough coverage. In this way, we're getting so we learn all things about copyright, all things that we need to know. And I'm delighted to report that we have Holly Hogan, a partner in the K&L Gates community of lawyers. That would be five continents, 48 offices, and fantastically competent lawyers on so many topics, including copyright. Carla, did you need to make an ...

Analysis of the Patent Landscape; Asserting Your Rights and the New Face of Patent Litigation: District Courts, ITC, IPR, and PGR

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA E. GROSS: Hello. Welcome back. We're ready to start the afternoon session. As I mentioned this morning, I am going to be going first and give a little bit what I consider, hopefully, a bridge between this morning session to what will be later on with the patent litigation and the licensing and M&A. I'm going to wait to introduce the other two panelists until Eric comes here, which he should be here shortly. I'll be speaking for maybe 15 ...

Patent Overview, Part 1

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA: Let's see. So we have polling. Hopefully everyone's logged in to the iPad now. And this is helpful to us because it gives us a feeling of what the audience background is and what areas you're interested in, whether it's evenly distributed over all the topics, whether people have law degrees, what fields that you work in. So I may pause for a little bit. And the reason I'm pausing, for those of you that are in the room and those of you that ...

Doing the Deal: M&A, Licensing and Other Patent Transactions

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Recorded on: Jun. 30, 2014

MARTA E. GROSS: OK, welcome back. We're now on our last session of the day, but this one is where there's going to be a lot of action, in terms of possible business opportunities for companies with their patent portfolio. And so I would like to introduce the next two panelists. To my immediate left is Charles Weiss, and Charles is a partner at the New York office of Holland & Knight, and he's practiced for about 25 years in the areas of technology-driven ...

Conducting the Investigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 27, 2014

RICHARD J. MORVILLO: Welcome back. Thank you. We're going to move into our next panel, which will be focused a bit more on how to conduct the investigation. And we're fortunate to have another outstanding panel. And I'm going to go from my left. I hope I'm going that way. Seated next to me is Steve Fagell who's a partner at Covington & Burling's Washington office. He has a good bit of experience in government service. He was the former deputy ...

Aiding and Abetting Claims in M&A Litigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 27, 2014

GARY A. BORNSTEIN: All right. Welcome back everybody for our last panel of the afternoon. Our panelists to discuss aiding and abetting liability include this time me, where I'm allowed to speak. I'm Gary Bornstein. I already got introduced. To my left is Anne Foster who is a partner at the Richards Layton firm in Wilmington. To Anne's left is the former Vice Chancellor Steve Lamb of the Chancery Court in Delaware who is now a partner in the Wilmington ...

Concluding the Investigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 27, 2014

RICHARD MORVILLO: Good afternoon and welcome back. Hope you enjoyed lunch. We're going to move into a third section of our presentation today, and this will be about concluding the investigation. Just for context, we'll follow along with the hypothetical, and then I will introduce the moderator of the next panel. So you'll remember from before lunch, our friends the CEO is off on the beach somewhere. In mid March, the audit committee counsel met ...

Commencing the Investigation: Considerations at the Outset

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Recorded on: Jun. 27, 2014

STEVEN R. PEIKIN: Great. Thanks, Rich. Let me just take a moment before we dive in to introduce a very distinguished group of panelists we have here today. Sitting to my immediate left is Martine Beamon, who's a partner in the litigation department of Davis Polk. Martine has successfully represented in institutions in a wide variety of white collar and regulatory enforcement matters. Martine spent six years as an assistant US attorney in the Southern ...

Insurance and Risk Allocation

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Recorded on: Jun. 26, 2014

TIM: OK. Thank you. All right, I just want to briefly introduce David Hatem right here. He'll stand at the podium, Sal Perrucci, are going to talk about issues regarding insurance and risk allocation, and how they interrelate with professional liability insurance, and also the particular types of project delivery systems that are involved, and then maybe peek into the future about where some of this is all going. So thanks, David. DAVID J HATEM: ...

Contract Considerations in International (Transnational) Contracting

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Recorded on: Jun. 26, 2014

TIMOTHY R. TWOMEY: OK. Welcome back, everybody. This program goes from 1:45 to 2:45, and it's on globalization and a whole bunch of different considerations, particularly in terms of contract drafting, that one often encounters when you're dealing with projects in many different parts of world. And our speaker is Robyn Miller, who is general counsel at AECOM, a 45,000-person firm, worldwide-- huge, huge operation. As I mentioned earlier this morning, ...

Deconstructing the Standard Design/Build Contract Forms

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Recorded on: Jun. 26, 2014

MEGHAN CARNEY: And now it is with great pleasure that I introduce to you the chairs of today's program-- Patrick J. O'Connor and Tim Twomey. Pat is a partner-- and Pat is a junior, actually. So sorry. PATRICK J. O'CONNOR: That's true. MEGHAN CARNEY: I don't want to forget that. Pat is a partner with the international law firm of Faegre and Benson LLP. Mr. O'Connor's practice focuses on construction, suretyship, and insurance. He also acts as a mediator, ...

What's Hot in Design Build?

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Recorded on: Jun. 26, 2014

SPEAKER: Are We good to go? All right. Welcome back, everybody. This is our last presentation before the lunch time break at 12:45. And Suzanne Harness will be our speaker to talk about what's happening in the field design build. We did a bit of a deep dive this morning into the various standard form documents. Now, we're going to step back, take a broader look at some of the stuff that's happening in the field of design built. Suzanne, I think as ...

Latest Trends in Ethics Issues in Arbitration

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Recorded on: Jun. 26, 2014

TIMOTHY R. TWOMEY: Thanks, Megan. Folks, we have Josh Leavitt, who will address the issue of ethics with us. As I mentioned earlier this morning, Larry Harris, due to a family emergency was unable to attend, but Josh will cover both his and Larry's segments. Josh is a frequent contributor to these programs over the years, and I think you'll enjoy him. Josh, thanks very much. JOSH M. LEAVITT: Hi. Thanks, Tim. I think this is my 10th year-- TIMOTHY ...

International Market and the JOBS Act Amendments Eliminating the Prohibition on General Solicitation and General Advertising Under New Rule 506(c) of Regulation D and Rule 144A (Audio-only)

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Recorded on: Jun. 25, 2014

PRESENTER: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Daniel Winterfeldt. DANIEL K. WINTERFELDT: Hi. Welcome, everyone. And thank you for dialing in. And thanks to Edward and Laura for being here with us. The purpose of today's call IS we wanted to kind of check it with the market and talk about the changes that have gone on under the JOBS Act around general solicitation and general advertising, and visit how those rules are impacting or ...

The Customer Relationship

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Recorded on: Jun. 24, 2014

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: We are ready to continue. Hope you had a nice lunch. This next session we're going to look at the rules, the framework when broker-dealers deal with customers. Where we are. We've talked about requirements to register as a broker-dealer, how do you register, how do you become a FINRA member. Then we talked about how the SEC, FINRA, state rules fit together and how you navigate the different rules. On this session, we want to work ...

Supervision and Compliance Programs (Legal Ethics)

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Recorded on: Jun. 24, 2014

MARK HAPPE: All right. We are back. Two more panels to go. One, this panel on supervision and compliance programs, and also a wrap-up panel on financial responsibility, record-keeping, and exams. On this session, this panel, we want to focus on a broker-dealer's infrastructure and the requirement that a broker-dealer supervise and also have established and administered a compliance program, what this means from a practical perspective. And very, ...

Regulatory Jurisdiction

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Recorded on: Jun. 24, 2014

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: Welcome back, everyone. And this next panel is going to look at SEC, FINRA and state jurisdiction. And what we want to do on this panel is give you a better sense of how the regulatory bodies of the SEC, FINRA and the states overlap, speak to one another, deal with one another, to better enable you to sort of regulate the various regulations. And we have a great panel to be able to do that. To my extreme left is David Freeman. ...

Financial Responsibility, Recordkeeping, and Exams

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Recorded on: Jun. 24, 2014

JOHN R. HEWITT: OK. Thank you, Lauren. I appreciate it. And today we're going to talk about record keeping, examinations. And I'm going to throw it over to you, Jack. And he's going to go through net capital and customer protection. And one of our biggest challenges at the latter part of a day like this is to keep you enthused. And one of the ways I find doing that is to mention $10 million. And from the standpoint of what I'm about to talk about, ...

Ethical Challenges for Audit Committees and Their Adviors: Look Out the SEC and DOJ are Watching

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Recorded on: Jun. 23, 2014

MICHAEL R YOUNG: Ready. JOHN F OLSON: OK. We're now at the final hour. I'm John Olson. I'm back again. We have some of the panelists we've had before. I think you've met all them except for Peter Beshar, who's on the far end. Peter is the executive vice president and general counsel and various other things at Marsh Incorporated, which is the parent of a lot of things, including the Marsh & McLennan and various other entities, including compensation ...

Risk Management & Compliance: What Audit Committees Need to Know

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Recorded on: Jun. 23, 2014

JOHN F OLSON: Good afternoon. I'm John Olson one of your co-chairs. It's my pleasure to introduce the first of the afternoon panels. I was advised over the lunch break-- a little while ago actually before the last panel. This is actually the second year afternoon panels, I just wasn't here for the first one, sorry-- that we had about 200 people online for this program. So for those of you who are not in the room, greetings once again. This panel ...

Financial Reporting Developments: What Audit Committees Need to Know

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Recorded on: Jun. 23, 2014

CATHERINE L. BROMILOW: Well good afternoon, everyone. And welcome back. I'm Catherine Bromilow, the third co-chair. And it's a pleasure to welcome my financial reporting panel. One of the benefits of getting later in the day is I have fewer people to introduce, because you've already met Don Nicolaisen. You really well know Linda. But I will introduce the new member that you haven't met before, Daghan Or. Daghan is a practice fellow with the Financial ...

"Stairway to Heaven": Religious Accommodation and Discrimination

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Recorded on: Jun. 19, 2014

THEODORE ROGERS: All right, we're ready to begin again. Thank you so much for being seated and being ready to roll. Our next panel, "Stairway to Heaven"-- there's one I remember-- religious accommodation and discrimination. We're fortunate to have with us first on Ann's left, Joyce Dubensky, who's the CEO of Tanenbaum, a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization that promotes mutual respect through practical programs, addressing religious and ...

"Stayin' Alive": Ethical Aspects of Employment Discrimination Litigation

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Recorded on: Jun. 19, 2014

SPEAKER 1: We are now about to start the ethics program. It's called. "Stayin' Alive," and it's going to be a fun ethics program, which may be unusual. Sitting to my immediate left is Anne Clark, who is a partner at Vladeck, Waldman. She concentrates on employment discrimination and other employment-related matters. She graduated from NYU, and NYU Law School. Prior to joining the firm, she was a law clerk to the Honorable Raymond Pettine ...

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