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Worker Misclassification in 2016: The “Gig Economy” and Beyond

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Recorded on: May. 17, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing of over to Allan Bloom. ALLAN S. BLOOM: Amy, thank you. And welcome everybody and good afternoon and good morning to those of you who might be dialing in from the West Coast. And today we're going to talk about independent contractors and misclassification. And this is an issue that is really starting to hit home for just about everybody. I remember about 10 years ago being at a Bar conference ...

How the Private Bar Can Impact America's Indigent Defense Crisis

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello, my name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I'd like to welcome you to today's briefing-- How the Private Bar Can Impact America's Indigent Defense Crisis. Before I 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 ...

Anatomy and Timeline for a District Court Patent Infringement Case

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN MOLENDA: OK, good late morning, everybody. This is John Molenda. I'm one of the co-chairs. And I'm actually going to be talking about the anatomy and timeline of the district court patent infringement case. Just a little bit about myself, I'm co-chair of the health care and life sciences practice at Steptoe & Johnson. I do a lot of tech industry work. I do a lot of work in the pharmaceutical and biotech area. But I also do work in the software ...

Elements and Burdens in a Patent Infringement Case, the Plaintiff’s Complaint, and the Defendant’s Answer

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: Our next speaker is going to appear by video conference. And I see Colleen's there. So let me introduce her to you. Colleen Tracy James is a partner in Mayer Brown's New York office. She's in New York today. She's a member of the firm's intellectual property practice, where she focuses on litigation and trial of patent and other complex intellectual property matters with particular emphasis in the life sciences field. Colleen has represented ...

Patent Prosecution for Litigators

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN: So I'd like to introduce Sanj Dutta, who's one of my partners in the Silicon Valley office of Steptoe & Johnson. We're very fortunate to have Sanj talk to us today. He's going to talk about patent prosecution for litigators. Sanj has a very unique practice, which is he does pretty much everything. He does patent litigation, he does patent prosecution, he does licensing agreements, he does a variety of things. That is a huge premium in our profession, ...

Critical Issues That Win a Patent Infringement Case

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: OK, welcome back, everybody. It's my pleasure to introduce our last speaker of the day. Last but definitely not least is Joe Lavelle who's a partner in DLA Piper's intellectual property and technology practice. Joe focuses primarily on the preparation and trial of patent infringement cases. He's also handled a number of successful appeals to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Joe has more than 25 years of experience litigating ...

Leadership for Lawyers

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I'd like to welcome you to today's briefing, Leadership for Lawyers. 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. Our speaker for today's ...

Global Issues in Green Marketing

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

AMY TAUB: Hello, my name is Amy Taub and I am a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Global Issues in Green Marketing. 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. Our ...

The Markman Process and Hearing

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

JOHN MOLENDA: Hi. Good afternoon, everybody. Thank you for joining us for part 2. We've made it at the halfway point. Again, I encourage you for those of you who have questions and would like to be involved, we want to make this as interactive as possible. We're getting to some of the really exciting stuff with respect to what makes patent litigation go, mainly Markman. And I'd like to introduce Madison Jellins, who is a partner at Jellins Christensen. ...

Patent Litigation at the ITC

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Recorded on: May. 13, 2016

GARY HNATH: Thank you very much, Madison. It's a fascinating area. And as you noted, it's very difficult. The pendulum swings back and forth. And at the same time, different judges are going different ways. And as you say, it really is an art trying to figure out where you are with that particular judge and that particular argument. But often, what the words mean is extremely important. So I'm going to talk about something now completely different, ...

Family Law and Immigration (TRO, Custody, Divorce)

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

LINDA TAM: So we actually have our next two panelists who will be doing family law and immigration. Brenda's going to introduce them. BRENDA: Yeah, I'll go ahead and introduce them. LINDA TAM: And I'm sorry for the people that we didn't to have time-- who sent their questions in via webcast. Sorry. BRENDA: Yeah, and to those people, our contact information was in that last slide. So you should feel absolutely welcome to email me or Carla with any ...

Orientation to Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

L. TAM: All right, welcome back. If you guys in the room can go ahead and take your seats, we're going to proceed with the next panel. It's my pleasure to introduce our next two panelists. We'll start with Amanda Case. As Legal Services Manager for La Casa de Las Madres in San Francisco, Amanda coordinates the agency's legal services program and helps clients obtain domestic violence restraining orders. Prior to joining La Casa, Ms. Case worked with ...

Housing and Immigration

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

BRENDA STAR ADAMS: And while we physically switch over, I will go ahead and begin to introduce the next two panelists who I'm very, very pleased to introduce personally because I have worked with both of them for many years. I'll start with Monique Farris, who is a housing staff attorney at the San Francisco office of Bay Area Legal Aid. Prior to joining Bay Area Legal Aid, Miss Farris spent five years as the managing attorney of the Eviction Defense ...

Client Counseling & Advocacy: The Role of Race, Class and Culture in the Elimination of Bias

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

LINDA TAM: So with that, let's get started. I'm going to introduce Tirien Steinbach very briefly, who I am very proud to work with. She's my big boss at the East Bay Community Law Center, where she is the executive director and a lecturer in residence at Berkeley Law School. And she graduate from Boalt Hall in 1999 and has won many awards since then. So, Tirien. TIRIEN STEINBACH: Because lawyers like to give awards. Hi, good morning. I'm Tirien, ...

Domestic Violence and Housing

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

LINDA: All right, welcome back. We're starting our next session now, and I'd like to introduce our two presenters, my co-chair Brenda Star Adams who was introduced previously and Karlo Ng. Just to give you a brief reintroduction of Brenda, Brenda Star Adams is a staff attorney in the domestic violence unit of the Alameda County office of Bay Area Legal Aid where she represents survivors of domestic violence in family law and immigration cases. Karlo ...

Getting Legal Status Based on Domestic Violence

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2016

LINDA: All right. Good afternoon, everyone. We're here for the last session of the day. So congratulations. You've made it this far. And this is going to be a jam-packed session. We're talking about immigration protections for survivors of domestic violence. And each of these topics could be a multi-day training session. So to cram it all in one hour is gonna be quite the feat. We have with us Eunice Lee. Eunice is the co-legal director at the Center ...

Antitrust Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

SAUL P. MORGENSTERN: OK, so onward to antitrust issues in the pharmaceutical industry. Our speaker for this session is Stuart Senator, of Munger, Tolles & Olsen in the Los Angeles office who came in to speak to you today. Stuart is an experienced commercial and antitrust litigator who has extensive experience in litigating the issues that he will be discussing today on behalf of pharmaceutical companies. He and I have had at least a couple of instances ...

Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So cartels and other competitor relationships. So first let's just start with the antitrust laws in general. What are they about. So the core principles of the antitrust laws are fairly straightforward. To promote and preserve competition. Well, why? What's so good about competition? Because in our experience, in a free economy, it promotes innovation, provides ultimately more choices for consumers, and lower prices and or greater value. And ...

Discrimination in Price and Promotions

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: Good afternoon. Welcome back. You're in for quite a show this afternoon. You have the Robinson Patman Act for about an hour and something. And then we have our ethics components, which I'm sure you're all looking forward to, with Ted Banks who actually does it quite nicely, so you'll like it. So it'll be an enjoyable ethics presentation. But now we're going to start, if I get on the right page-- go back, go back, go back. There ...

Current Issues in Monopolization

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: Welcome back, thank you. We begin the next portion of the morning program of our first day. We are so excited to have Daniel Swanson. Here Daniel is a partner at Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher, both in Los Angeles office, where I practice, and in Brussels, where I don't practice. And Dan is in both those places it has an office in both and has been part of some of very exciting cases over the years at Gibson-Dunn, including the recently ...

Current Legal Problems at the Interface of IP Law and Competition Law

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

SAUL MORGENSTERN: Good morning, everybody. Welcome back. This morning we have our kickoff session on antitrust and intellectual property law, recent developments. Sitting up here with Harvey and me this morning are Michael Lawrence of Google and Bob Taylor, both from the Bay Area who've come in today to talk to you about this subject. So Mike Lawrence is the senior competition counsel at Google. His primary focus these days is on handling antitrust ...

What Lawyers Need to Know About International Antitrust Law

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So welcome back to part two of the afternoon session, What Lawyers Need to Know About International Antitrust Law. Our speaker on the subject is Lisl Dunlop. Lisl is a partner in litigation department of Manatt, Phelps, and Phillips. She is co-chair of the Manatt antitrust practice. Lisl advises leading US and multinational companies in a wide variety of antitrust issues and in the mergers and acquisitions area. She's been in media technology ...

Corporate Compliance and Ethics

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: Welcome back. We're almost on time and you get Ted Banks. Not only is Ted a master on ethics, he also is an expert on the Robinson-Patman Act. So if you get tired of ethics and you want to ask him about the Robinson-Patman Act, he can talk to you about the Robinson-Patman Act. He's a partner at Scharf, Banks and Marmor. He is a tremendous person and a tremendous lawyer out of Chicago. THEODORE L. BANKS: Thank you, Harvey. And ...

Acquisitions and Mergers

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

YVONNE S. QUINN: I missed my press, I guess. Sorry that I couldn't be here this morning, but I was off being a practicing attorney, antitrust lawyer, and doing some business with the Department of Justice. It happens. Well, in the next hour, I'm going to try and hit as many topics as we can on merger analysis in 60 minutes. So let's get started. What I'm going to hit fast is the general statutes, I'm going to spend most of my time on horizontal mergers-- ...

Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints

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Recorded on: May. 10, 2016

HARVEY SAFERSTEIN: Good afternoon and welcome back to the afternoon session of the first day. We have a great start to the afternoon. Holly House is here from San Francisco, where she's a partner of Paul Hastings, to talk about vertical restraints. Holly will tell you, and you could tell them yourself, that she was partners with Tom Rosch for many years, and used to give this program with Tom Rosch when Tom was alive. So Holly is a perfect person ...


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