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IP and Related Issues Concerning Data, Social Media, and Online Assets

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

LOTHAR DETERMANN: --transactions, I have the pleasure to introduce Susan again. She's helped this panel before. She has about 17 years of practice, and focus very much in the last dozen years, on privacy and data, which is not unusual here in the Silicon Valley to consider as part of property. We made the observation yesterday that data is not copyrightable, but nonetheless it's a very important asset for a company. And Susan has served as the co-chair ...

Critical License Terms: A Clause-by-Clause Review

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN BALLACK: Well, we are going to jump into our next presentation, and it is a panel discussion on critical license terms. We have with us today our moderator and three panelists, who I'll introduce to you now. Our moderator is Aaron Rubin, and he is directly to my right. Aaron is a partner at Morrison & Foerster, and he is the co-chair of the firm's technology transactions group. His practice focuses on transactions and counseling involving intellectual ...

Development and Implementation of an IP Licensing Program

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN: Hi, everyone. Welcome back to the afternoon session. I hope you enjoyed your lunch. We are going to start off this afternoon with our speaker, Mary Fuller. Mary is the chief IP counsel at Maxim Integrated Products, where she has global responsibility for developing and implementing Maxim's strategy to protect, enhance, and capture the value of its intellectual property. As Maxim's chief IP counsel, Mary's responsibilities extend to all facets ...

Case Study: Designing, Creating, and Pruning an IP Portfolio

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN: OK, welcome back everybody. We are going into our next segment, which I am participating in with Adam Noah, my co-speaker. Adam is the Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of Intellectual Property at GlobalFoundries, the world's second-largest semiconductor foundry. He's responsible for all aspects of the company's IP law operations and strategy, including patent portfolio development, strategic IP transactions, monetization, and patent ...

Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN BALLACK: Welcome back everyone. Thank you for sticking around to listen to our last, but not-- I mean our very favorite presentation, last presentation, on the subject of ethics. The great news is Eric is a wonderful presenter. So even though it's 4 o'clock on a Friday afternoon, you will not be sorry you stuck around-- I promise that. Sorry, Eric, I made a pretty big promise there. So let me introduce Eric to you, before he starts on his presentation. ...

Licensing and Bankruptcy Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

LOTHAR DETERMANN: We're back. Welcome back after our little break. And after the international range and data, we have another very important topic. And that is IP rights in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is not transactions as such, but need to be considered when you are doing a transaction. And we're excited to have Debra Dandeneau to join us from New York and came in for that here today. That's wonderful. Debra is a partner in the Business Finance Restructuring ...

New IP Issues Impacting Business Transactions: Copyrights, Trademarks, Domain Names, Patents and Trade Secrets

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN N. BALLACK: I'd like to just spend a few minutes to briefly set the stage for the great agenda topics that we have for this two day program. And as you all know, it's entitled IP Issues in Business Transactions. So first, what kinds of transactions are we talking about here? And really what we're talking about and what you will see and hear by attending this conference is, we're talking about a vast range of business transactions. We're not ...

Nuts and Bolts of Due Diligence

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

KAREN N. BALLACK: OK. Welcome back, everyone. Hope you had a good lunch. For those on the East Coast via the web, hope you had a good break. We are going to kick off this afternoon's program with the topic of nuts and bolts of due diligence. And I know over the course of the past day and this morning, various of our segments touched upon diligence issues here and there within their topics, but we now have a dedicated segment to due diligence. And ...

IP Issues in International Business Transactions

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

LOTHAR DETERMANN: We will kick off today with a panel on international matters, where just like yesterday when we went to the intersection of intellectual property and business transactions under US law, and very specific for us here, today we want to cover some of the points that US lawyers should think about when they're dealing with foreign jurisdictions. To make this panel authentic, we have foreigners here. As you know, I'm a recent immigrant ...

Shared or Jointly Developed IP

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

SPEAKER: OK. Thank you for coming back so promptly, so we can start our last session of the day. This afternoon, we have speaking in our last segment, Shared or Jointly Developed IP, Mark Radcliffe, who is a partner in DLA Piper Silicon Valley office, where he works with both startups and Global Fortune 100 on intellectual property transactions ranging from open source to cloud to the internet of things. He has worked on a wide variety of intellectual ...

IP Issues for In-House Counsel

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Recorded on: Feb. 29, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK, well, while we get our panel situated here, I'm going to start with some introductions. So our next presentation is entitled IP Issues for In-House Counsel. And I am pleased to introduce our moderator, Ed Medlin, and his panelists today. Ed is the general counsel and senior vice president of Maxim Integrated Products. As general counsel, Ed oversees all of Maxim's global legal practice and the operations of Maxim's legal and administrative ...

M&A Default Rule Roulette: Winning the Bet with the Law You Pick

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Recorded on: Feb. 26, 2016

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, "M&A Default Rule Roulette-- Winning the Bet with the Law You Pick." 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 ...

Discovery, Summary Judgment, Trial and Settlement

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Recorded on: Feb. 23, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Hope you enjoyed your break. Before we move on, just a programming note. Sharon [? Jermal ?] was supposed to be a panelist for this session, but she was ill and unable to join. So Scott Maurer has graciously agreed to take her place for this panel. And we also have one new panelist for the session. So you already met Nelson and Scott. Now we have Elizabeth Letcher also joining us for this panel. Elizabeth is a consumer advocate, an attorney ...

Complaint and Motion Practice

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Recorded on: Feb. 23, 2016

NELSON GOODELL: All right, good morning, everyone. As I said, I'm Nelson Goodell. This is Scott Maurer. And I guess the first way to begin is when you get a case, right, and someone walks in the door. They have a problem they need you to help fix. And for me, personally, people usually will have a story. There's always a narrative. That's with every case, there always should be a narrative. You should start thinking from the beginning is if this case ...

Legal Update

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Recorded on: Feb. 22, 2016

CHRISTINA SWARNS: Thanks so much for having me here today. I'm going to talk about a handful of cases that have come down over the last year or so that address issues of diversity and civil rights. And then I look forward to having a conversation with my panelists and the rest of you about issues that you think are important and you'd like to hear more about. So I obviously could not begin this conversation without starting and talking about Obergefell ...

SEC/ FINRA Exam and Enforcement; Practical Compliance Considerations In Connection with Supervising Advisory Activity

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Recorded on: Feb. 22, 2016

CLIFF: Thanks. Thanks, Lauren. And welcome back to our next session where we, as we sort of laid out, we talk about supervisory challenges. And we're pleased to be joined by Joe Gallo. Joe is three down. Joe is a Senior Counsel at Lincoln. And also, pleased to welcome Lisa Francomano, Executive Director, CCO at UBS Financial Services. Cece's back, and John is back. [LAUGHTER] And John, it reminds me of the Republican debate now. Like, Lauren's been ...

Types of Advisory Services Offered By Broker-Dealers; The Regulatory Framework

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Recorded on: Feb. 22, 2016

CLIFFORD E. KIRSCH: And with that I think we're ready to go to the first panel, which as I said, I was hoping to talk about the type of advisory services and the legal framework. And I have a great co-panelist for that. To my left is Cece Mavico. Cece is with LPL. And Cece today lives with every day with these type of issue. She really deals day to day with LPL, which is one of the large independent broker dealers, one of the largest in the country, ...

ABCs of ETFs

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Recorded on: Feb. 22, 2016

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, ABCs of ETFs. 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 program window. Today's speakers are Jay ...

Dual-Registrant Advice in the Retirement Marketplace

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Recorded on: Feb. 22, 2016

CLIFFORD KIRSCH: Welcome back. And Jason, they are so warmed up for you, this crowd. They have a broker deal adviser. And in fact, in the last panel I had sort of given you a mini introduction, but I'm going to give you the full introduction now. I'm very pleased, again, to be joined this year by Jason Roberts, who's the CEO, Pension Resource Institute and a part of the Retirement Law Group. And Jason's firm delivers strategic consulting training, ...

Managing Global Intellectual Property Litigation in Asia

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Recorded on: Feb. 19, 2016

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Doug Doskocil. DOUGLAS C. DOSKOCIL: Hi, I'd like to welcome everybody. I would like to comment that of course I can't see all your faces. That's probably good news for you, because that means I would be more reluctant to tell any jokes. But as Amy mentioned, today's focus will be on Asian litigation. And I basically wanted to cover three different topics. First is why managing IP litigation ...

Recent Developments in Spin-Offs

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Recorded on: Feb. 18, 2016

MATTHEW SALERNO: OK so we're now going to start our last panel of the morning. This panel will look at recent developments in spinoff transactions. And somewhat surprisingly, at least to me, for a transaction structure that is as mature and developed a structure as the spinoff is, there have been a number of interesting and significant developments in the last really just 12 months or so. Ranging from the IRS's developing position on granting private ...

Variations on the Spin-off

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Recorded on: Feb. 18, 2016

SPEAKER: All right. So I think we'll get started with our second panel of the day, variations on the spin-off or separation alternatives, during which we'll talk about different flavors of spin-offs and alternative transaction structures to the traditional spin-off approach. For this panel, we are joined by four of the leaders in the field. To my immediate left is Richard Casavechia. Richard is a managing director in the M&A group at Barclays Capital, ...

The Decision to Separate

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Recorded on: Feb. 18, 2016

MATTHEW P. SALERNO: As always, the views expressed by our panelists and our moderator today-- especially by our moderator-- are own views, and do not necessarily reflect the views of PLI, of our firms or organizations, or the clients we represent. So with that, let me introduce our first panel. To my immediate left is Jim Rossman. He is the head of corporate preparedness at Lazard, and advises clients in connection with preparing for responding to ...

Creating the Securities

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Recorded on: Feb. 16, 2016

JOSEPH FORTE: The next panel is the 10:15 panel, Creating Securities. SPEAKER 1: And that's going to be it? JOSEPH FORTE: And speaking on the panel today, starting from my extreme left, is Erin Stafford, who is a managing director with DBRS, a rating agency. You can read about her bio in the materials, Anna Glick, who is counsel with Cadwallader, Wickersham, and Taft in New York, and Dave Miller, who is a tax partner at Sidley and Austin, and has ...

Creating the CMBS Collateral Pool

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Recorded on: Feb. 16, 2016

JOSEPH PHILIP FORTE: Welcome back. Before we move on to the next panel, I just wanted to answer one question-- a [? WebQuest ?] question. You mentioned no tranching of B-piece under Dodd-Frank exception. Is that the final word on this? The answer is there is no tranching of the B-piece in the structure. That's all I'm going to say. And it's not going to happen. It's not going to change. Whatever else they do within the entity itself, I can't make ...


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