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Cybersecurity: Data Breach Scenario

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Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2017

This course is not currently eligible for CLE Credit. Why You Should Attend Cyber-attacks have wreaked havoc on organizations in nearly every industry sector.  A thorough understanding of this area is particularly important for companies that have not previously been in cyber attackers’ crosshairs and need to consider strategies to confront these sophisticated and persistent threats. The case scenario created by our faculty member, ...

11th Annual Patent Law Institute -- Breakout: Prosecution - Software/EE: Are We There, Yet?

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From the program: 11th Annual Patent Law Institute

Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

Taken from the Web Program 11th Annual Patent Law Institute recorded April, 2017 in San Francisco. Breakout: Prosecution - Software/EE: Are We There, Yet? [01:00:15] Software/EE: Are We There, Yet? Reviewing the big 4 blockbuster eligibility cases: Enfish, TLI Communications, BASCOM and McRo A roadmap emerges: “Back to the Past” when drafting software patents Judge Mayer's anti-patent views – A majority or ...

Breakout: Prosecution - USPTO Guidelines and PTAB Decisions for Chemical, Pharma and Bio Patents

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Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

[INTERPOSING VOICES] JOHN WHITE: I'm going to make the seamless announcement-- the seamless transition announcement. It is now 10 o'clock. We are beginning another hour here of the prosecution breakout. We'll cover the next topic delivered by the same speakers, but if you would like to transition to transactional in the cafeteria area, or upstairs to the conference room, now would be that moment. And likewise, the folks there who want to drift this ...

Breakout: Prosecution - Design Patents: U.S. and International Protection

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Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

JOHN WHITE: Good morning and welcome back. This is the last prosecution breakout. For those of you in the room, we'll be talking about design patents. This is a new hour for us in the prosecution breakout for the Patent Institute. This will be the first year that we have specifically a design patent hour. And so I'm pretty excited about it, the kinds of things that patent attorneys get excited about. Last hour it was CRISPR technology, which had us ...

Breakout: Prosecution - Software/EE: Are We There, Yet?

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Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

JOHN M. WHITE: Welcome to the last breakout of the afternoon. This is our section on software inventions. I try, as the prosecution co-chair, to bring in every technical topic that the Patent Office goes over. And the one that seems to use up a lot of ink, in the popular press and in the patent press, is the business of software-implemented inventions. And this is because 101 has become the talk of the town, as it were, which is interesting, right? ...

Breakout: Prosecution - Recent Developments in Chemical, Pharma and Bio Patents

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Recorded on: Apr. 28, 2017

JOHN M. WHITE: Ready. All right. Good morning. My name is John White. I'm the co-chair for the Patent Institute with respect to patent prosecution. And this is the breakout you are in this morning. We will have a seamless two hours that takes us to our first coffee break at 11:00 AM. But as per usual, for those of us in the room this is being recorded. And so we will adhere scrupulously to the time line, so that we get full CLE credit for those who ...

Financial Services Technology 2017: Avoidance of Risk

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From the program: Financial Services Technology 2017: Avoidance of Risk

Released on: May. 13, 2017

The financial services industry is heavily regulated, especially in the area of data security and privacy - and the regulations are constantly changing. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act changed the industry landscape, and companies must maintain their vigilance to comply with its requirements. Federal and state agencies, including the OCC, FFIEC, Federal Reserve and CFPB, have all issued regulations, guidance and recommendations ...

Financial Services IT - Request for Proposal (RFP) Preparation

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: OK. Welcome back. We have our next presentation where-- we switched presentations. Global investigations is going to go at four o'clock. So our next one is request for proposal preparation. We're fortunate to have three speakers who really have been down in the trenches with preparing RFPs, which are key to really getting a good deal for the customer. The person going to be moderating the panel is to my left, Dennis Conley. Dennis ...

Risks of Social Media for Financial Services Providers

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: With that, I'm going to introduce the chair of our social media panel, and the moderator who's going to be moderating. And to my immediate left is Jennifer Smith Finnegan, who is a general counsel at Herrick, Feinstein, and focuses her practice on professional responsibility, legal ethics, risk management, and compliance issues. Prior to serving as the firm's general counsel, Jenny was a partner in Herrick's legal litigation department, ...

Data Security Issues Facing Financial Institutions - A CISO’s Perspective

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: The issues on social media questions I get-- and I don't know anybody how much this is prosecuted-- but it's copyright and fair use. A client comes and says, well, can I use this photo? It's fair use. And I go back to my-- I like my history when it's a copyright issue. So quiz for everybody. When was the first copyright statute, not necessarily in America, but when was the first copyright statute? Somebody should know this from intellectual ...

Financial Services IT - Strategic Alliances and Ownership of IP and Data

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: We had a number of speakers coming in from Washington, DC today and the people who took the train are here and my partner decided to fly and he's sitting on the tarmac. So my recommendation to everybody here is take the [INAUDIBLE], that's what I do. And I have concurrence from Gary Barnett and a few other people. So welcome to our afternoon session and our first session is financial services-- well, it's strategic alliances, ownership ...

Advanced Trademark Law 2017: Current Issues

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From the program: Advanced Trademark Law 2017: Current Issues

Released on: May. 18, 2017

This advanced level program will provide an up-to-the-minute review of current trends and case law impacting the practice of trademark law today.  Essential for corporate and law firm attorneys who specialize or often find themselves involved in trademark law, this program brings together an outstanding expert faculty of practitioners, industry experts, and USPTO officials and who will provide information on the most recent developments in ...

Trademark Protection for Hashtags, Emojis and Emoticons

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Recorded on: May. 15, 2017

KIERAN G. DOYLE: So our next two speakers, as they make their way up here, I'll introduce them. They're going to talk today about hashtags, emojis, and emoticons. So Joel Schmidt is my friend and partner at Cowan, Liebowitz, and Latman. He's the father of four. And in fact, one of the props that he'll be using today he lifted from his daughter on the way out of his house this morning. Joel handles US and international IP counseling matters. He counsels ...

Cloud Computing 2017: Key Issues and Practical Guidance

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From the program: Cloud Computing 2017: Key Issues and Practical Guidance

Released on: May. 24, 2017

This program will provide practical advice on understanding the context and business realities around which cloud computing exists, understanding key terms for cloud computing contracts, help organizations considering the purchase of cloud services to understand vendor and customer obligations and responsibilities associated with cloud computing services, provide information to cloud service vendors on the compliance obligations and concerns ...

Privacy Considerations in Cloud Computing

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

TANYA FORSHEIT: OK, I think we are back. So, we're going to keep this on time, so we can all have lunch on time. All right, we are ready for our data privacy panel, my personal favorite. And lots of stuff to talk about this year in particular. We are very fortunate to have two fantastic speakers today. First, Alexandra Ross, who is the founder of The Privacy Guru, and Senior Global Privacy and Data Security Counsel at Autodesk, a leader in 3D design, ...

The Business Case for Cloud Computing

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

JOHN HUTCHINS: OK, so we're going to start this morning with a presentation by our first three speakers in combination on "The Business Case for Cloud Computing." Jeffrey Batt-- did I say that right, Jeffrey? JEFFREY BATT: It's "baht." JOHN HUTCHINS: "Baht," like the Thai currency, except spelled differently. Jeffrey is the Vice President of Marsh's cyber practice. In his capacity, he develops cyber risk management and transfer solutions for large ...

Cloud Computing in the Courts: A Consideration of Litigation Issues

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

JOHN P HUTCHINS: OK, so now we're going to move to Cloud computing and the courts. And joining me for this portion of the program is my friend Paul Karlsgodt from Baker and Hostetler in Denver, where he is the leader of Baker's national class action defense practice team. He focuses his practice on class action defense and privacy and data security. Paul has significant experience defending class actions in complex and cutting edge area of data privacy. ...

Legal Ethics and the Cloud

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

JOHN HUTCHINS: OK, so our next presentation is on ethics. And you're in for a real treat because we have somebody who I think is one of the best ethics presenters that I've ever heard, Mary Baldwin-- MERRI BALDWIN: He keeps saying that so I'll come back year after year. JOHN HUTCHINS: We always try to give her not the ethics spot at the end of the day, but give her a good spot because she always does a good job for us. Merri Baldwin's a shareholder ...

Contract Issues in Cloud Computing Deals

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2017

TANYA L. FORSHEIT: OK, we're going to get started right on time. For anyone who can hear me out in the hall who's watching the CNN scrolling headlines, come join us. I know it's more interesting out there. No, we're going to make this really interesting. So this is the most exciting part of the day when all of your questions, your burning questions about contracts, and how to negotiate them, or how not to negotiate them are finally answered. Actually, ...

Using the SAFETY Act to Demonstrate “Reasonable” Cybersecurity Plans

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Recorded on: May. 26, 2017

Taken from the briefing Using the SAFETY Act to Demonstrate “Reasonable” Cybersecurity Plans recorded May, 2017 in New York.. While the federal government may be entering a temporary period of loosening cybersecurity requirements, states across the nation are plunging ahead with far more detailed and proscriptive requirements. State agencies such as the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) are implementing decidedly stringent ...

Using the SAFETY Act to Demonstrate “Reasonable” Cybersecurity Plans

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Recorded on: May. 26, 2017

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 using the Safety Act to demonstrate reasonable cybersecurity plans. 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 material ...

Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility

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Recorded on: Jun. 6, 2017

Taken from the briefing Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility recorded June, 2017 in New York. By 2030, estimates suggest that 15% of cars sold will contain self-driving technology. In Los Angeles, New York, and Dallas alone, as many as 8 million people will rely on self-driving technology. The road to driverless mobility, however, will need to bridge many legal obstacles and pass through a period of regulatory uncertainty. ...

Legal Issues and the Driverless Car: Moving Towards Mobility

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Recorded on: Jun. 6, 2017

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-- Legal Issues and the Driverless Car-- Moving Toward Mobility. 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 ...

Eighteenth Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law -- Cybersecurity: Managing the Risk & Cyber Attack Simulation

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From the program: Eighteenth Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law

Recorded on: Jun. 7, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Eighteenth Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law recorded May, 2017 in New York. Cybersecurity: Managing the Risk & Cyber Attack Simulation [02:04:45] The critical role of the Board of Directors and C-suite in addressing cybersecurity risk Proactive readiness activities Cybersecurity insurance: the good, the bad and the ugly Mock cybersecurity event to walk through each aspect ...

Cybersecurity: Managing the Risk & Cyber Attack Simulation

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Recorded on: Jun. 7, 2017

LISA SOTTO: All right. Welcome back to our second day. And yesterday was just fantastic. I thought we had some incredibly good speakers and learn learned quite a bit. Today we're going to start with a deep dive if you can stomach it, on cybersecurity. We've been reading so much. So we thought this year, it's a little bit different from last year and prior years. We're going to do a full two hours. We're going to break it up for you. You're going ...


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