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Acts of Multiple Parties – When Do They Constitute Patent Infringement?

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER HU: The next session is on divided infringement, and the speaker is Carol White, intellectual property council for WL Gore and Associates in Delaware. CAROL WHITE: Good morning, everyone. And thank you for your time. I'm very pleased to be here this morning. I want to think Chris Hu and the PLI team for the opportunity to present today. I thought I'd share a little bit about my background as sort of a little perspective for you as litigators ...

Antitrust Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: So it's my pleasure to introduce our next speaker, Will Tom, who is sitting to the far right. Will, are you going to sit to speak or are you going to-- WILL TOM: I'll come to the podium. SPEAKER 1: OK. So Will is senior attorney, senior partner in the Antitrust Group of Morgan, Lewis. And the antitrust practice there, Will's practice, was recently recognized by Best Lawyers publication as being the best antitrust practice at a law firm ...

Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: En Banc Federal Circuit (Re)Defines Appellate Function in Patent Cases

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Recorded on: Dec. 14, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Ira Levy of Goodwin Procter. IRA LEVY: Amy thank you very much. And hello, everyone. Thanks for joining us today for this briefing on Apple v. Samsung. And, again, just to be clear, we're going to focus today on the recent en banc opinion from the Federal Circuit not the more recent Supreme Court decision on Apple v. Samsung. The cell phone wars, in addition to keeping the companies busy, ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER: Hello and welcome back. We will now have a session on IP issues and bankruptcy from a real expert in the area. Lillian Stenfeldt is partner and chair of the bankruptcy department at the Sedgwick firm. She works on complex intellectual property issues and bankruptcy cases and represents international technology and other clients on the various aspects of licensing and bankruptcy law. Lillian frequently advises clients on purchasing IP assets ...

Basics of Open Source Licensing and Best Practices for Open Source License Compliance

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

HEATHER: We're going to start off today with a panel that kind of has two parts to it. First, we'll be talking about the basics of open source licensing. And then we'll move on into best practices. So for the first part of our first session, we have two fantastic speakers to talk to you today. And then we'll introduce the other speakers who are coming up for the compliance part a little bit later, so that you don't get fatigued with introductions. First ...

Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK. So we're going to continue our morning theme of what some people call soft IP licensing. And I certainly don't mean that in a pejorative way. That's kind of the lingo. Soft IP licensing refers to copyright and trademarks and entertainment. And people use hard, or a tech IP licensing for technology and software and patents. Our next speaker is Paul Thomas, to my right. Paul is an attorney at Pillsbury Winthrop in Palo Alto. And he's ...

Delivering An Effective Opening Statement in Patent Cases (Plaintiff v. Defendant)

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: Welcome back for the start of the second day afternoon session. The next session is on openings and storytelling and the burden of persuasion and, in just general, persuasion. The panelists are, from my far left, Keith Hummel from Cravath, Swaine, & Moore; Candice Decaire from Kilpatrick, Stockton; and my old friend, Dr. Gil Calvillo, a superstar jury consultant from Los Angeles. So I'm going to turn it over to Gil. And because ...

Enforcement of Open Source Licenses

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Thank you for that great panel. It's really interesting stuff going on in-- shall we say, private ordering of addressing patent issues. So now we're going to move on to enforcement. And most of you heard-- Mark introduced it at the beginning of the program. But just in case you missed it, Mark is a partner at DLA Piper. And he's been involved in the open source space for-- , say longer than it's been cool. And is really one of the best ...

Ethical Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Welcome back, everybody. We're here in the ninth inning. And I'm delighted to introduce Alison Buchanan as our speaker on ethics and licensing. Alison is a shareholder with the Hoge Fenton firm in San Jose, where she focuses her practice on business litigation , professional liability, and legal ethics. Alison is a certified specialist in legal malpractice law as certified by the State Bar's Board of Legal Specialization. She has tried ...

Ethics in Open Source Practice

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

SPEAKER 1: OK. So we're going to get started here. This panel is on ethics issues in the practice of open source law. Of course, one of the very important purposes of this panel is to get you your ethics credit for your CLE. But in addition, as an extra added bonus we're going to make it interesting. JEFF LUSZCZ: Don't oversell it. PATRICK E. KING: That's a big promise. SPEAKER 1: No, I don't think I'm overselling it. So we're going to talk today ...

Ethics Issues in Patent Litigation

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER HU: OK, our last talk today is on Ethics and the speaker is Robert Faber from the firm of Ostrolenk and Faber. As you know, the author of the famous book on patent claim drafting. And Bob, it's all yours. ROBERT FABER: Thank you. CHRISTOPHER HU: Thanks. ROBERT FABER: Thank you, Chris. I'm going to talk to you this afternoon about the two issues in ethics. Is there anybody-- everybody can hear me, I assume, right? If there's any issue ...

Hot Topics: APIs and Open Source

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

HEATHER J. MEEKER: This conference has been going on for quite a number of years. And I'd like to take this opportunity to thank a couple of people. One person who is not here is Larry Rosen, who was a former chair of this conference for many years. And I thought Larry was going to be here today, I don't see him in the room. But it's worth just noting that he did a ton of work putting together this conference for years. And this year he has laid down ...

International Considerations in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Robert Blamires, who is counsel in the intellectual property group of White and Case, with a focus on technology transactions and data privacy. Robert has more than a decade of experience advising clients on complex IT and IP contracts, data privacy, consumer protection, and other transactional and commercial matters, especially with an eye toward international expansion and cross-border and multi-jurisdictional issues. Robert works ...

Joint Defense and Indemnification in Patent Litigation – How to Work with Others in the Same or a Sunken Boat

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRISTOPHER K. HU: Our last presentation today is from Jeffrey Zachmann, who's counsel in IBM's corporate litigation department. Jeff is a regular PLI speaker, and he's going to talk about the joint defense agreements and all of the associated risks and benefits of joint defense, as well as some other topics. Thank you. JEFFREY T. ZACHMANN: Thank you, Chris. Good afternoon. And I stand here before you, the only obstacle between you and the cocktail ...

Judge’s Panel on Trade Secrets Litigation

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Recorded on: Dec. 6, 2016

VICTORIA CUNDIFF: Welcome back. We're heading into one of the high points of today's discussion, because we get to hear from people who have sat in an elevated position in the courtroom who will be sharing their thoughts with you about trade secrets litigation, and more generally resolving disputes in this area. Marti Johnson from Skadden, Arps has identified and worked with our judges and put together a very interesting discussion. Marti is like ...

Learning About Competitors Lawfully

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Recorded on: Dec. 6, 2016

VICKI CUNDIFF: Well, we've talked a lot about protecting trade secrets, what to do when you suspect encroachments, how to deal with litigation, and to boot mediation of trade secrets claims. But one of the things that we should focus on is not all defendants in trade secrets disputes have misappropriated trade secrets. We've talked about the fact that it's perfectly lawful to independently develop the same information that the plaintiffs in a trade ...

License Drafting for Litigation

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Hello and welcome back. So this is the afternoon of day two and we will be continuing our theme of special topics. And I'm very pleased to introduce Ira Levy as our speaker on litigation issues related to licensing. If any of you takes the follow-on course to this one, the advanced licensing program, you'll see a lot more of Ira. He and I co-chair that follow-on program, which we will have here in San Francisco, and then also in New York ...

Mock Negotiation of a License Agreement

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Hello, everybody and welcome back. This is the final program of the day AND this is where it all comes together. We have a mock negotiation of a license agreement and we have three really terrific panelists who are here to share with us their experiences and do the mock negotiation. Starting from your left and going right, we have Karen Spencer down at the end. Karen has over 25 years of experience counseling clients on patent strategy, ...

NPEs – The Special Issues Arising From Disputes with NPEs

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

SPEAKER 1: Our next session is on the special issues involving non-practicing entities. The moderator is Eric Lobenfeld, who will introduce the other panelists. Eric, are you going to stand, sit? ERIC LOBENFELD: Yes. Yes. [CHUCKLING] ERIC LOBENFELD: He asked me if I was going to stand or sit, and I thought "yes" was an appropriate answer. Like Yogi said, when you get to the fork in the road, take it. So good afternoon, everybody, and thank you ...

Parallel Patent Office Proceedings

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

SPEAKER: Welcome back. The next session is on parallel proceedings in the Patent Office and the Speaker is Rich Martinelli from Orrick, Rich. RICHARD MARTINELLI: Hi there everybody. It's my pleasure to be here today to talk about parallel proceedings. Just for a brief overview, we're going to be addressing the strategic concerns that litigants face when they're in a district court for ITC action and simultaneously dealing with proceeding before the ...

Patent and Technology Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 9, 2016

JOSEPH YANG: Welcome back. I hope everybody had a nice lunch and a nice break. And, at this point, we will be moving into what some people call the hard IP or the more technology-oriented IP. And I will leave that off with a segment on patent and technology licensing. Can you all hear me in the back? Yeah? OK, great. So it's interesting. In every one of these programs that organizations like PLI do, patent and technology licensing is always taken ...

Patent Remedies (Including Injunctions): The Aftermath of Recent Federal Circuit Decisions

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

CHRIS: Good morning, welcome back. The first session today is Damages and Remedies. The speakers are Paul Gupta from Reed Smith and Peter Schwechheimer, an economist from Analysis Group. Paul, Peter? PAUL GUPTA: Thanks very much, Chris. It's great to be back here again. This is a room I know all too well. And Peter and I are particularly pleased that we get to be the warm-up act for the judges. We know you're all here for the judges, not for us, ...

Patents and Open Source

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Recorded on: Dec. 22, 2016

MARK RADCLIFFE: Excuse me, if I could have your attention, please. We'd like to get started again. My name is Mark Radcliffe, and I'm the other co-chair of this presentation. And we're very fortunate today to have two people who are very knowledgeable about patents. Patents are an increasingly important part of the ecosystem and raise concerns, which still remain unresolved in many open source licenses. I think it's fair to say that many open source ...

Protecting Trade Secrets in and Outside the U.S.

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Recorded on: Dec. 6, 2016

PAMELA PASSMAN: As they're getting settled, I'd like to introduce to you our next two panelists. They are Laura Wen-yu Young and Pamela Passman. And they're are going to be talking to us about protecting trade secrets with a particular focus on what many clients tend to think of as the nightmare scenario, they feel that they can control their trade secrets domestically in their or an organization. They're very concerned about, so what if they transfer ...

Recent Developments and Their Effects on Patent Litigation

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2016

JOHN BENNETT: Good morning everyone. My name is John Bennett. I'm an IP Litigation partner in Goodwin's Boston office. Most of my area of focus practice is in the pharmaceutical and biotech fields. I have a lot of Hatch-Waxman experience in particular. I've been doing a lot of Hatch-Waxman work really ever since coming out of law school a little over 15 years ago. But our practice, of course, spans a number of different areas. But at least for me, ...


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