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Advanced Patent Licensing 2017

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From the program: Advanced Patent Licensing 2017

Released on: Oct. 5, 2017

In the current legal environment, with patent litigation on the decline, patent licensing (and related transactions) are heating up. Experts in patent licensing will discuss how to negotiate patent license agreements, review examples of best (and, in some cases, worst) practices, and share current legal developments affecting patent licensing. Practical tips for structuring, negotiating and drafting patent licenses, with strategies for both the licensor ...

Patent Monetization Tactics

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2017

MARK S. HOLMES: Thanks, Ivo. Good morning. We're very fortunate this part of the program to have two experienced litigators. We have Andrea Gothing, who is the partner in the Intellectual Property Litigation Department at Robins Kaplan. She's a registered patent attorney, and she's been involved in many large multi-patent lawsuits. And to her right, Bob Taylor also has extensive experience. He's now the owner of RPT Litigation Strategies, which provides ...

Analysis of a Patent License Agreement

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2017

MARK HOLMES: If you would please turn to the section Specimen Provisions from a Patent License Agreement, and on the cover, it says, "Please note, these are not model terms. This is not an agreement. These are provisions taken from actual agreements." I've been asked many times, why don't you come up with a model agreement? There is no such thing as a model agreement. There's no model plea agreement. You've got two sides. They oppose each other. ...

Mock Deal Negotiation of a Patent License: A Panel of Patent Licensing Specialists

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2017

JOSEPH YANG: And with that, I think I'd like to turn it over. I don't know which one of you guys is going to kick it off. Maybe one of you give us a brief overview of this agreement before you start mock negotiating. JAKE HANDY: Sure. JOSEPH YANG: And the guys in the control room are going to put the agreement up, and if you mention the section number that you're mock negotiating, they will actually track you and put it up on the screen for the ...

Structuring the Patent License Agreement Grant

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2017

SPEAKER: Joe, your mic's on. JOSEPH YANG: OK. Welcome back for the second presentation of today's session. Bob and Andrea talked about some of the considerations, particularly litigation risks that come up when deciding to approach a potential licensee, and talked about DJ injunctions and other kinds of issues. And at this point, we will assume that that discussion has gone well, or at least satisfactory, and the parties are actually getting into ...

Year in Review: Summary of Recent Case Law Affecting Patent Licensing

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Recorded on: Sep. 28, 2017

JOSEPH YANG: All right. Welcome back. Can you guys hear me in the back? Good, OK. I've lost the first couple of rows here. Forgive me, I've got a scratchy voice. My allergies are bothering me, so I will be clearing my throat a bit. I'd like to spend the next hour going through a review of recent developments in IP and tech licensing from a case law perspective. But I'll do that from the perspective of a licensing attorney. So I've arranged the cases ...

Intellectual Property Law Institute 2017 -- DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe?

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From the program: Intellectual Property Law Institute 2017

Recorded on: Oct. 4, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Intellectual Property Law Institute 2017 recorded October 2017 in New York. DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe? [00:55:01] What is the balance between content owners and ISP’s? How is the concept of “willful blindness” reconciled with Section 512’s statement that an ISP has no obligation to monitor its system to discover infringements? What are the ...

DMCA Section 512: Are The Online Safe Harbors Becoming Less Safe?

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Recorded on: Oct. 4, 2017

RAYMOND T NIMMER: Let me make an observation. It's a little bit scary to see all these little screens in front of everybody in the room. In the modern day law school classroom, you have everybody has a laptop. And just last week, I had this wonderful experience. Had a student sitting there. And I call on people randomly, and so I call her by first name. And I'm staring at her, and she's staring at her laptop screen. I call on her again. She's staring ...

Breakout Session - Licensing

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Recorded on: Oct. 4, 2017

DAVID BENDER: OK, OK, let's begin. If you're looking for the copyright session, you'll want to be next door. We're going to talk about licensing here, and we've divided the world up into three parts-- the US, Asia, and the EU. We start off with Asia and our speaker is Charan Sandhu, and by the way, notice, we're not giving any long introductions. That's because the bios are on your iPads. And Charan is going to start off with Asia. CHARAN SANDHU: ...

"Technotainment" 2017: Distributing Content Across Multiple Platforms -- Distributing Content in the Modern Era

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From the program: "Technotainment" 2017: Distributing Content Across Multiple Platforms

Recorded on: Oct. 17, 2017

Taken from the Web Program "Technotainment" 2017: Distributing Content Across Multiple Platforms recorded October 2017 in New York. Distributing Content in the Modern Era [01:01:37] The emergence of the Over-the-top (OTT) content distribution models, where audio, video and other media are transmitted digitally via the Internet without the involvement of traditional cable, broadcast or satellite distributors, has open up an entirely new approach ...

Distributing Content in the Modern Era

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Recorded on: Oct. 17, 2017

EDWARD A. CAVAZOS: Thanks very much, Cydney. I'm not sure when you say taking care of bad people, whether you're talking about the other side in litigation or clients, but I'm assuming it's the other side in the litigation. My house is neither on fire, nor did I travel as far as Cydney. I will still say some stupid things, too. I have no excuse, though I'll try to keep it tighter. You know, it's funny. When Cydney was talking about the evolution ...

Antitrust Counseling & Compliance 2017 -- IP Licensing and Antitrust Considerations

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From the program: Antitrust Counseling & Compliance 2017

Recorded on: Nov. 2, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Antitrust Counseling & Compliance 2017 recorded November 2017 in New York. IP Licensing and Antitrust Considerations [01:01:05] What restrictions in licensing agreements raise antitrust concern? Are there any limitations on an IP owner’s right to refuse to license? Can you tie a patent license to the purchase of goods?  Can you tie patents together in a blanket license?  When ...

IP Licensing and Antitrust Considerations

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Recorded on: Nov. 2, 2017

M. HOWARD MORSE: Welcome back, everyone, from the break. We're going to go ahead and get started right away here, so that everyone can then go to lunch and get their full hour of CLE for this session. I will skip introducing the speaker, but I will remind you to check out and download the course materials that are available online as well as the slides being available online. We can only touch on some of the issues addressed there in an hour, but ...

Outsourcing 2017: ITO, BPO and Cloud -- Intellectual Property Issues in Outsourcing

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From the program: Outsourcing 2017: ITO, BPO and Cloud

Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Outsourcing 2017: ITO, BPO and Cloud recorded November 2017 in New York. Intellectual Property Issues in Outsourcing [01:01:17] Recognizing and avoiding common IP pitfalls Copyright, patent and trade secret issues from vendors’ and customers’ perspectives IP representations, warranties and indemnities in outsourcing transactions Open source considerations IP issues in cloud deals           ...

Outsourcing - Getting Deals Done in a Rapidly Changing World

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Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2017

JOHN DELANEY: We have a great faculty lined up today and tomorrow. I'm happy to introduce our first speaker, Brad Peterson. Brad is going to set the table, so to speak, and provide us kind of with an overview of outsourcing, getting deals done, and with a focus on getting deals done given all the change and disruption that's happening in the IT space. And Brad is a co-chair of the Chicago version of this conference which happened last month and went ...

Intellectual Property Issues in Outsourcing

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Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2017

WILLIAM A. TANENBAUM: Good morning. Welcome back to day two of the outsourcing conference from PLI. Our first session this morning is on intellectual property. And our first speaker is Elizabeth Zimmer, who's a partner at Pillsbury, where she works in global sourcing and technology transactions, the firm's group in that area. She has a lot of sophisticated experience working for companies that are too big to fail and other financial institutions and ...

Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2017

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From the program: Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2017

Released on: Nov. 14, 2017

Companies continue turning to licensing because it offers valuable economic and strategic opportunities.  Licensing can be used to gain access to intellectual property at a lower cost than developing or purchasing intellectual property assets, and as a way of generating new sources of revenue out of existing intellectual property assets.  Virtually every business today must confront licensing issues and, therefore, a solid base of knowledge ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: Welcome back, everybody. Our next speaker is Stuart Riback, who is a partner at Wilk Auslander here in New York. He's a business litigator who has handled a wide range of high stakes and novel disputes in the course of his 30-year career, with an emphasis on reaching practical solutions to complex business conflicts. Stewart's practice has taken him to the United States Supreme Court, where he argued a case that helped define the scope ...

Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

BARRY SLOTNICK: OK. [APPLAUSE] SUE: Thank you. Our next speaker is Barry Slotnick from Loeb and Loeb. Barry's a nationally recognized copyright litigator who has represented clients in the entertainment, advertising, licensing, and merchandising industries, and courts throughout the United States. Barry's clients have included entertainment companies such as Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Bertelsmann, EMI Music, Peer Music, Rainbow Music, Broadcast ...

Software Licensing and Open Source Licenses

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: Our next speaker is Jeff Osterman, who is a partner at Weil, Gotshal, and Manges Technology and IP Transactions practice. He's also a member of the cyber security, data privacy, and information management group at that firm. He concentrates on matters with a deep commercial or technical complexity and has had extensive experience with pure patent licensing, technology transfers, outsourcing technology, integration, content licensing, ...

Ethical Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: Welcome back, everybody. We're finally hitting the end of the program for today. Our last speaker is David Rabinowitz, who is a partner at Moses & Singer here in New York. He's the co-chair of the litigation practice group at his firm, and a member of its intellectual property and law firm practice groups. He's a graduate of Columbia Law School, and he's been a partner at Moses & Singer since 1985. And his practice has focused on substantive ...

Rights of Publicity and Entertainment Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Welcome back. So our next speaker is Christopher Chase, who is a partner at Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz, where he practices intellectual property, advertising, sports, and entertainment law. Chris counsels entities and individuals in the advertising and entertainment industries and all aspects of their businesses, including rights clearances, such as copyright, trademark, and rights of publicity, regulatory matters, and risk assessments. His ...

Patent and Technology Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: Welcome back. I hope everybody had a good lunch. We're going to pick up with patent and technology licensing. Kristin Neuman is our next speaker, and she's the executive director of biotechnology licensing at MPEG LA, LLC, which is the world's leader in the management of patent pools and other collaborative licensing programs. Kristin leads the MPEG initiative to form a patent pool for the gene editing technology known as, I'm not even ...

Antitrust Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: OK, our next speaker is Willard Tom. Will is a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Washington DC. He practices in its antitrust practice. And he's worked in the antitrust field for more than 36 years, both in private practice and in the government. Before joining Morgan Willis, Morgan Lewis, I'm sorry, Will was general counsel of the FTC where he was the agency's chief legal officer and advisor. He's worked on antitrust issues at ...

Mock Negotiation of a License Agreement

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2017

SUSAN PROGOFF: So this is the last presentation of this program. It's a two hour mock negotiation. Our presenters are Ryan Colgan who is vice president and deputy general counsel of NTTA America, Inc., which is a subsidiary of NTT Communications. It's a Japanese telephone company. Prior to joining NTT in 2013, Ryan was senior corporate counsel at T-Systems North America, which is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom for two years, and before that he practiced ...


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