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Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch

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From the program: Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch

Released on: Jan. 29, 2019

Taken from the Audio-only Briefing Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch Recorded January 2019 in New York Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch [01:05:10] Antitrust has become a political hot topic, entering the public consciousness unlike has been seen in decades, both in the U.S. and globally. This trend, along with several pending enforcement actions, means that 2019 is set to be yet another blockbuster ...

Antitrust in 2019: Trends and Developments to Watch

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Recorded on: Jan. 29, 2019

AMY TAUB: It's now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Howard Morse. HOWARD MORSE: Thank you very much, Amy, and good afternoon to everybody joining us by phone. I hope, wherever you are, that you're surviving the snow and ice hitting parts of the country, or if you're lucky enough to be in warmer climates, we're just very jealous. Thank you for joining for this one-hour briefing. For a number of years, our antitrust group here at the Cooley ...

Copyright Law: A Practitioner's Guide (Second Edition)

Treatise  Treatise

Published: January 2019

Written by two nationally recognized lawyers who have litigated major copyright cases, including those involving digital forms of communication, Copyright Law: A Practitioner’s Guide, Second Edition, helps you to: understand the scope of copyright owners’ exclusive rights prove copyright infringement and obtain appropriate remedies renew, restore, and recapture copyrights know when Internet-related activities constitute ...

Fundamentals of Privacy Law 2018 -- Third Party and Vendor Privacy

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From the program: Fundamentals of Privacy Law 2018

Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

Taken from the Web Program Fundamentals of Privacy Law 2018 Recorded December 2018 in New York Third Party and Vendor Privacy [00:59:45] Every client will have vendors and suppliers providing services and supporting their operations, but how do they deal with the protection and safeguarding of personal information that those third parties would collect, use, and disclose on the client’s behalf.  Key is understanding for what ...

Third Party and Vendor Privacy

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Recorded on: Jan. 3, 2019

KEN MORTENSEN: --book. OK. So want to welcome everybody back. Looks like everybody made it and survived the lunch out in the rain. Hopefully, it's actually stopping finally. I'm crossing my fingers that the drive home to Boston will be easy. So we want to get going again. And this time, we want to go into a little bit more with risk management. And this is a topic that we've actually mentioned a number of times this morning. We talked about it in ...

36th Annual Institute on Telecommunications Policy & Regulation

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Course Handbook from the program 36th Annual Institute on Telecommunications Policy & Regulation, held December 2018.

Communications Law in the Digital Age 2018

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From the program: Communications Law in the Digital Age 2018

Released on: Nov. 16, 2018

Media and communications law must respond to new challenges, including those arising from digital and social media. The areas of First Amendment, defamation, privacy, intellectual property, newsgathering, right of publicity, and reporter’s privilege law are rapidly changing. The expert faculty of law firm practitioners, in-house counsel, government officials, and academics will address these issues. Unlike any other program, Communications Law ...

Net Neutrality Returns: Stand-Off Between California and the Feds

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From the program: Net Neutrality Returns: Stand-Off Between California and the Feds

Released on: Oct. 30, 2018

Taken from the Web Program Net Neutrality Returns: Stand-Off Between California and the Feds Recorded October, 2018 in New York [01:02:55] Net Neutrality is back on center stage now that California has passed a net neutrality law that exceeds the Wheeler FCC net neutrality order.  The California law was immediately challenged by the Justice Department and four major trade associations for a range of broadband internet access providers.  ...

Net Neutrality Returns: Stand-Off Between California and the Feds

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Recorded on: Oct. 30, 2018

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Rachelle Chong. RACHELLE CHONG: Good day, everyone. This is Rachelle, and I'm out here in lovely San Francisco in the Republic of California. I am a serial regulator, and I happen to have a very unique perspective of the net neutrality issues from both a state and a federal level. I'm so pleased to present today with my former FCC colleague Michelle Farquhar of Hogan Lovells. She was an amazing ...

Telecommunications Law Answer Book (2018 Edition)

Answer Book  Answer Book

Published: August 2018

Telecommunications Law Answer Book is a comprehensive overview of the issues faced by the many different participants in the telecommunications industry. In an easy-to-read Q&A format, Telecommunications Law Answer Book describes: The duties and obligations that apply to common carriers that provide telecommunications services The impact of and policy goals behind the Communications Act of 1934 and Telecommunications ...

Bridge-the-Gap: Professional Practice for Newly Admitted Attorneys 2018 -- A Primer on Privacy Law

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From the program: Bridge-the-Gap: Professional Practice for Newly Admitted Attorneys 2018

Recorded on: Aug. 9, 2018

Taken from the Web Program Bridge-the-Gap: Professional Practice for Newly Admitted Attorneys 2018 Recorded August, 2018 in New York [01:00:44] The nature of privacy law A review of some U.S. federal and state privacy statutes EU Data Protection Law David Bender The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online: Privacy Law: What’s All the ...

A Primer on Privacy Law

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Recorded on: Aug. 9, 2018

JUSTIN CAPUANO: To our next panel, which is a primer on the privacy law. And I'm going to introduce David Bender. And David is an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center and also at Pace University Law School, where he teaches privacy law. And he is a distinguished fellow at the Ponemon Institute. He has had extensive privacy, intellectual property, and information technology counseling-- excuse me-- litigation and transactional ...

Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting?

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Recorded on: Jul. 6, 2018

AMY TAUB: Hello. My name is Amy Taub. And I'm a program attorney with PLI, a nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Social Media and User Data-- Is the Pendulum Shifting? 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 material for this briefing ...

Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting?

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From the program: Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting?

Released on: Jul. 6, 2018

Taken from the Audio-only Briefing Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting? Recorded June 2018 in New York Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting? [01:03:49] Social media has become an integral part of our business and personal lives. In the wake of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica revelations, social media platforms are facing increasing scrutiny on a number of fronts over user data policies and practices. ...

U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner: Implications for Future Antitrust Merger Enforcement

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From the program: U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner: Implications for Future Antitrust Merger Enforcement

Released on: Jul. 2, 2018

Taken from the Web Program Recorded June, 2018 in New York U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner: Implications for Future Antitrust Merger Enforcement [01:04:27] In U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner, Judge Leon held that the DOJ had not met its burden to prove that the merger of AT&T and Time Warner would substantially lessen competition. The highly-anticipated decision, which paved the way for AT&T and Time Warner to close their $85.4 billion merger, ...

U.S. v. AT&T-Time Warner: Implications for Future Antitrust Merger Enforcement

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Recorded on: Jul. 2, 2018

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello. My name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI, a nonprofit learning organization. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, US versus AT&T Time Warner, Implications for Future Antitrust Merger Enforcement. 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 ...

Substantial Similarity in Copyright Law

Treatise  Treatise

Published: June 2018

The first treatise to fully discuss this pivotal subject, Substantial Similarity in Copyright Law remains the clearest and most comprehensive reference on the topic. Substantial Similarity in Copyright Law gives you in-depth insight into the types of similarities that trigger findings of infringement and those that do not. You’ll learn how substantial similarity tests apply to specific kinds of copyrightable subject matter—from fiction ...

Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2018

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From the program: Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2018

Released on: Apr. 18, 2018

Hear cutting-edge analysis of federal initiatives and FCC regulations, plus examine the latest negotiation and regulatory trends, current case law, and the latest technology forecasts. Join the country’s leading outside and in-house counsel representing cable operators, cable programmers, and online service providers — and the regulators themselves — to gain an understanding of what has transpired in broadband and cable law over ...

Advertising and Commercial Speech: A First Amendment Guide (Second Edition)

Treatise  Treatise

Published: April 2018

Written by First Amendment experts, Advertising and Commercial Speech: A First Amendment Guide examines the origin, meaning, and legal evolution of the Supreme Court’s commercial speech doctrine, focusing on how this central doctrine’s rights and restrictions affect advertising in nearly fifty industries and professions; including advertising for alcohol, financial institutions, prescription drugs, real estate, schools, and tobacco, and ...

The FCC’s new business data services order and other competitive telecommunications issues      

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: Good afternoon. Welcome back from lunch, Everyone Again, my name is Markham Erickson. Along with Tara Corvo, I'm Co-Chair of the PLI, and I have the privilege of being both the moderator for the panel right after lunch and also for the panel right before cocktail hour. And so Tara and I are going to talk after this program is over, and we're going to figure out how that happened. I wasn't paying attention, I think. So this panel ...

The FCC’s spectrum proceedings: what do they mean for cable operators, programming networks and ISPs?                       

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

TARA M. CORVO: Great. Thanks. And this morning, we're going to have our panel on spectrum issues. I'd like to introduce our panelists. To my right is Danielle Piñeres. Danielle is a Vice President and Associate General Counsel at NCTA, the Internet and Television Association, where she focuses on wireless spectrum policy issues. Next to Danielle is Hank with AT&T. Hank represents AT&T at the FCC on a number of issues, including broadband and internet ...

What the FCC’s recent GSN decision – and anticipated responses to pending complaints – means for program carriage disputes

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: OK, hello everybody. We're going right into our next program, our last panel of the day. Again, Tara, we're going to talk about this, because I got the panel right after lunch, and the panel just before cocktails. And I clearly did not think about this the way I should have. But this is going to be a very interesting panel, I find it a very interesting part of the law. So we're talking about-- the panel is called what the FCC's ...

Net Neutrality – the Commission’s anticipated new way forward on this highly contentious issue                                           

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: Good morning, everybody. On behalf of my co-chair, Tara Corvo, this is Markham Erickson, and welcoming you to day two. We have a-- we have three panels this morning. The first at 9 o'clock will go to 10:15. And then we'll have a networking break. And then we'll resume at 10:30 and then go right into our last panel at 11:30 on Privacy and Cyber Security, which will be exceedingly timely because of the events that we've seen in ...

Privacy and Cybersecurity Update

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: Hello, everybody, we're wasting no time in getting settled for our next and last topic of the PLI. Congratulations for making it this far. This is a topic that is in the news currently. So it's very topical. And our panel covers both cybersecurity issues, as well as privacy issues. So there's a lot that can be discussed under those umbrellas. Our panelists have all been recent additions because of some unavoidable personal issues ...

Issues Arising in retransmission consent negotiations and the latest news on ATSC 3.0                                                           

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

TARA: We're going to start our next panel on retransmission consent and ATSC 3.0 issues. I'd like to start by introducing our panelists. To my right is Mary Lovejoy. Mary is the Vice President of Regulatory Affairs at the American Cable Association Mary advocates on behalf of ACA and its members before federal agencies, especially the FCC, and in regulatory matters pertaining to video and broadband services with a particular focus on retransmission ...


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