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IP Issues in Business Transactions 2017

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From the program: IP Issues in Business Transactions 2017

Released on: Jan. 17, 2017

Attorneys confront intellectual property issues frequently in the context of a variety of corporate, commercial, and other business transactions. In this program, you will acquire, update or refine an in-depth understanding of IP considerations as they arise in business transactions.  The program will begin with a brief update of key developments, and will explore the strategic role of IP in a company and its business transactions.  Learn ...

Critical License Terms: A Clause-by-Clause Review

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

ERIC PRAGER: so are we on? We're on, all right. I'll do some quick introductions to our four folks here. And Steve Weisberg is going to moderate the panel, and stepped out. But we'll use this time while he's out. So this panel is called Critical License Terms, A Clause by Clause Review. And as the title implies, this is more of a hands-on kind of panel, not abstract, not case law, but nuts and bolts about how to consider and negotiate your way through ...

Avoiding Ethics Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

ERIC PRAGER: OK, thanks very much. Thank you all for sticking to the end. It might not surprise you to learn that we use the availability of ethics credits to entice you to stay until the end. You've probably figured that out already, but we're not above doing it. So this presentation is about common ethics issues in IP transactions. And I put this material together a few years back after seeing a number of ethics presentations over the years notice ...

IP in IoT Transactions – Connected Cars and other Computers within the Internet of Everything

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

SPEAKER 1: OK, well, while we're setting up, I'll just do a very quick introduction. So I've got a new toy called Alexa. Anybody else here have that? No? I mean, I-- OK, somebody else is-- two people are as crazy as I am. Anyway, so it's a nice little toy. I come in the morning, and I go down for breakfast. And I ask it, what's today's weather, and it tells me, it's still too cold. And then I ask it some other things, you know, what's playing nearby, ...

New IP Issues Impacting Business Transactions: Copyrights, Trademarks, Domain Names, Patents and Trade Secrets

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

ANDREW BAUM: Good morning. One question we didn't ask in the poll. Of this group, how many primarily practice in the field of IP? How many of you are primarily IP attorneys in your daily practice? OK. We're going to start with copyright, which in my experience probably has the most misconceptions surrounding it, even among IP attorneys. I expect that the IP attorneys here are not primarily copyright folks. Copyright comes up in transactional issues ...

Case Study: Designing, Creating, and Pruning an IP Portfolio

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

ERIC A. PRAGER: Welcome back. Our next presentation is a case study-- designing, creating, and pruning an IP portfolio. We have two speakers who co-present on this topic. Immediately to my left is Mel Garner. Mel is a partner at Leason Ellis in White Plains. He has had a star studded career as a patent lawyer and patent litigator, with tenures as past president of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association and president of the American Intellectual ...

IP Issues for In-House Counsel

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

STEVEN I. WEISBAND: So the original panel was going to be four people, one of which was Kim Youngberg. Unfortunately, due to a family emergency, Kim could not make it. But we still have three great panel members. Eric is going to chair the panel. In addition, we have Carolyn Blankenship. She's a Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel of Intellectual Property at Thomson Reuters. She joined Reuters in 2001 and, before that, held a variety ...

Shared or Jointly Developed IP

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

ERIC A. PRAGER: OK, welcome back for our last session of the afternoon. This one is on shared or jointly developed IP and the issues that can arise when you have two potential owners who are different companies. Our speakers on the subject are Angela Grayson, who is a Principal and Founder of Precipice IP, which is an IP boutique firm that does both legal work and consulting in the IP space. Angela has branched out into private practice after having ...

IP Issues in International Business Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

STEVEN WEISBURD: A good morning, everybody. We're going to get started again today. We've got a lot of good speakers and a very good panel to start off. And we end up with a very good lecture on ethics. And we can get some ethics credit, which is also very good. Pleased to note that it seems a little warmer in here today. The building was able to fix the problem. I wish I could find a way to make it a little warmer outside, but they say it's going ...

Nuts and Bolts of Due Diligence

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

STEVEN I. WEISBURD: Welcome back, everybody. We're in the final stretch. We've got three more lectures today. The first one is on the nuts and bolts of due diligence, and will be given by Jeff Neuburger. Jeff is a partner at Proskauer. He's the co-head of the Technology, Media and Telecommunications group. He's also a member of the Privacy and Cybersecurity group, as well as the editor of the firm's New Media and Technology Law blog. His practice ...

Licensing and Bankruptcy Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

STEVEN WEISBURD: So we're going to start up again. And we have a very interesting lecture today on bankruptcy issues in IP transactions. Something that most IP lawyers probably don't know very much about, myself included, although I did actually do a lecture on it once. But in any event we've got two really excellent speakers today, with both corporate and bankruptcy backgrounds. And I'll introduce them very quickly. So Jeff Osterman is a partner ...

Development and Implementation of an IP Licensing Program

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Recorded on: Jan. 11, 2017

SPEAKER: And with that, I'm going to turn the program back over to Steve and Eric. ERIC A PRAGER: Thanks very much. Welcome back from the lunch break. Our next lecture is on development and implementation of an IP licensing program-- so considerations like what to license, and how much money to ask for, and how to make people pay you. Our lecturer on the subject is Mark Raskin. Mark is a partner at the Mishcon de Reya firm in their New York office. ...

Cybersecurity Best Practices for Legal Services Providers 2017

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From the program: Cybersecurity Best Practices for Legal Services Providers 2017

Released on: Jan. 24, 2017

Legal Services providers are under increasing pressure from government regulators and clients to insure that sensitive client data stored in law firm servers is secure. The Securities and Exchange Commission, for example, is taking a closer look at cybersecurity breaches in public companies – viewing them as fiduciary lapses. Legal services providers, like most vendors, are required to adhere to the same security standards as their clients. Learn ...

Global Advertising Law: Year in Review

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Recorded on: Jan. 19, 2017

Taken from the briefing Global Advertising Law: Year in Review recorded January, 2017 in New York. With the ever-growing importance of social media, mobile marketing, and the internet, advertising has truly gone global. Whether creating traditional advertising, innovative social media campaigns, or sweepstakes and contests with global reach, advising clients on global marketing campaigns is a challenge. Members of the Global Advertising Lawyers ...

Cyber Security Regulations and Risks for Law Firms with Banking/Financial Services Clients

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Recorded on: Jan. 19, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: OK, well that was interesting. You heard a panel on the securities end. Our next panel is going to be more on the banking and financial services topic. And I just came across an article about a report from a major bank-- a major money center, international bank. The report criticizes law firms on information security. And the quote from the report is "The unwillingness of most big United States law firms to discuss, or even acknowledge, ...

SEC Regulation of Public Companies and Law Firms in the Context of Cyber Security

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Recorded on: Jan. 19, 2017

RICHARD: So our first speaker today, our first chair, is Amy Leder. Amy serves as the executive partner of Holland & Knight's New York office and as co-leader of the firm's corporate M&A and Securities Practice Group, Amy advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, strategic alliances, capitalizing transactions, and general corporate matters. And I turn it over to you, Amy. AMY LEDER: Thanks, Richard, for that introduction. ...

How Can Law Firms that work with the SEC and Banking/Financial Services Clients Combat Cybersecurity Issues

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Recorded on: Jan. 19, 2017

RICHARD RAYSMAN: OK. Well, we've heard about the SEC and the public companies, and also the banking and financial institutions. And our panel now on the, how can law firms combat cybersecurity issues, I always call it sort of a best practices panel. We're going to be talking about some practical solutions and practical ways to approach the issues. Our two speakers are-- the first one to my immediate left, your right, is Orrie Dinstein. Orrie is the ...

Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement 2017

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From the program: Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement 2017

Released on: Jan. 27, 2017

This program is designed to bring you up-to-date on developments in intellectual property rights enforcement.  From the physical world to the Internet, learn how to protect your company’s or your client’s investments in IP against infringement by the billion dollar piracy industry. This program will put you in a better position to think outside of the box when it comes to enforcement options and strategies and keep you up to date ...

Storytelling for Trial Attorneys

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

Taken from the briefing Storytelling for Trial Attorneys recorded January, 2017 in New York. To keep a jury (or even a judge) engaged and persuaded by your side of the story, you need to tell a story.  Telling a story is not an easy thing to do.  Few of us are John Grisham and few cases lend themselves to a John Grisham narrative. That said, models for storytelling abound –Pixar, Steve Jobs’ Apple launches, and MLK’s ...

Copyright and Trademark Enforcement Update

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

SPEAKER 1: Time for our next [INAUDIBLE] SPEAKER 2: Yeah. So I will just, as we're getting set up here, I will-- making sure I'm complying with any FTC-type endorsement requirements, I want to say that the influencers that we're having on our next Trademark and Copyright panel, I've worked with both of them over the years. So full disclosure that my endorsement of this next panel has to do with ongoing connections with both of them. [INAUDIBLE] SPEAKER ...

Protecting Software Innovation post-Alice

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

BRIAN W. BROKATE: Welcome back, everyone. It's 11:45, and so we're going to keep moving along with our next panel, which the next panel is entitled Protecting Software Innovation Post Alice. And I think that this is an area we've heard so much about, Alice being one of these cases which has changed the landscape, and things have to be considered in light of this new decision and in terms of strategies. So once again, we've assembled two experts in ...

Anticounterfeiting Update

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

KATHLEEN E. MCCARTHY: Welcome back, everybody, for our afternoon session, where we're going to kick off with anticounterfeiting update from Brian Brokate, who was introduced earlier in the program, and certainly needs no introduction in areas of anticounterfeiting. He's very active, and he knows his stuff. And he has, as usual, done us a great favor by connecting with a brand owner to help him on his program here. And we have John Maltbie, who is ...

Global Advertising Law: Year in Review

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

VALDIR DE OLIVEIRA ROCHA FILHO: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Jeff Greenbaum. JEFFREY A. GREENBAUM: Thanks, Amy. And thanks to all of you for joining us. The Global Advertising Lawyers' Alliance is very pleased to work on this program with PLI. OK, well sorry about that. I don't know what happened with the technical difficulties. So Brinsley, why don't you kick us off and talk about the UK? BRINSLEY DRESDEN: OK. Thank you. ...

IP Remedies

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

KATHLEEN E. MCCARTHY: The next session is a new section we came up with to talk about IP remedies in general, sort of across the board, covering different types of intellectual property. And we have here with us Justin Pierce, who's a Partner and Chair in the IP Property Division at Venable, where his practice covers a wide range of intellectual property matters, including patent litigation, trademarks, and brand protection and international government ...

Ethics: Common Challenges in IP Enforcement

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

BRIAN W BROKATE: OK, welcome back, everybody. And thank you, everybody, for hanging in there. The room still substantially appears the way it did this morning. So thanks to everybody, and thanks to everybody doing the webcast as well. For the next hour, we're going to hear from Katie McCarthy, who is also very well known to you by this point. She's going to talk about ethics. And ethics is such an important topic in the area of IP enforcement, where ...


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