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10th Annual Lawyering in the Fashion Industry: A Practical Guide to Licensing, Trademark Protection & Other Industry Issues

To bring value when dealing with their clients’ most pressing issues, fashion industry lawyers draw on a variety of disciplines, including intellectual property, contracts, international trade, and litigation. At this seminar an experienced panel will provide participants with practical insights on how to: structure successful license deals; navigate license disputes; manage trademark/copyright enforcement programs, including litigating trademark actions; deal with issues around fashion modeling, including contract, labor & employment, immigration and IP considerations; understand the ins and outs of customs, imports and related regimes; and implement and administer human rights compliance programs. More


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Are Patent Trolls Ruining US Businesses & the US Patent System?

Patent holding companies, patent assertion entities and other non-practicing entities (“NPEs”)— often pejoratively called “patent trolls”—are back in the headlines. NPE legislation is pending before Congress in multiple forms, over 3,000 infringement suits are being filed each year by patent owners who do not practice their patents, and the Federal Trade Commission is taking a closer look at the impact of NPEs on the economy. More


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Cloud Computing, Privacy & Data Security Law

Privacy and data security issues have become well-recognized concerns for every industry. They are now key concerns of every client and attorneys should be familiar with the general privacy principles and laws that apply in order to properly guide clients in any industry. More


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Copyright Basics

This program will cover the basics of copyright law and how to identify and address copyright issues. Attendees will learn about the nature, scope and duration of copyright protection; ownership and transfer of copyrights; and the litigation process, including the standards for infringement, the availability of injunctive and monetary recovery, and available defenses to claims of copyright infringement, including fair use. More


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Doing Business in India

The buzz for India as an investment destination has died down. The less complimentary realities of doing business in India are sinking in: dense or piecemeal legislations, ad hoc policies, bureaucratic red-tape and discretion, and judicial logjam. At the same time, India remains one of world’s largest untapped markets. More


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Intellectual Property Considerations in China: Doing Deals & Enforcing Your Rights

China continues to grow at a torrid pace and foreign investors need to understand the complexities of doing business in china. Intellectual property issues arise in virtually every deal. Learn what you need to know about Chinese patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret law, and what challenges might arise in a joint venture with a Chinese entity, and the types of agreements that may be necessary to achieve your client’s goals. More


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Legal Issues in Sports Marketing & Media

This program will feature topics that increasingly affect the sports marketing and media world: branding issues for sports properties, media rights deals in the digital age, and the risks for marketers when using athlete endorsers. Expert panelists will examine underlying legal issues for each topic: from trademark issues when developing new team names or logos to grant of rights provisions in media rights agreements to morals and public denigration clauses in endorsement agreements.Program Chair: Christopher R. More


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Legal Protection for New Product Designs--From Mobile Technologies To Fashion

Innovative design is essential to ease of use, visual appeal and effective branding of new products in a wide range of industries. Currently, it has been a challenge for the fashion industry. The increasing affordability and accuracy of 3D scanning and printing is poised to generate widespread copying of product designs across a spectrum of industries. More


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Lessons From the Smartphone Wars: Surprising Developments in Patent, Copyright & Licensing

Apple, Google, Samsung, and a host of others have now been battling over smartphone technology for nearly half a decade in courts and tribunals all over the world. The $4.5 billion purchase of the Nortel patent portfolio by a consortium led by Microsoft, Ericsson, and Apple, as well as Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility for $12.7B, have encountered heightened antitrust scrutiny. More


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Online Evidence for Matrimonial Attorneys: Ensuring What You See is What You Get

This program covers three main topics: (1) the ease with which emails can be faked and how to validate emails used as evidence, (2) preserving web pages, and (3) minimizing costs and eliminating obstacles when subpoenaing an internet company. This seminar includes invaluable resources such as judicial orders, legal articles, statutes and case law, and sample documents for use in practice.Co-Instructors: PETER J. More


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Patents 101

Patents 101 is designed for non-intellectual property attorneys who want to better understand the property right conferred by a patent, by examining the processes for obtaining, enforcing and challenging a patent. Covered topics will include a comparison of the property right conferred by a patent to other intellectual property rights, and overviews of the process obtaining a patent from the U.S. More


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Practical Advice on Handling Legal Issues Confronting the Art World Today

The art world and the art market are arguably in an unprecedented state of crisis. At a time when a number of multi-million dollar forgery schemes have been exposed, scholars and foundations are increasingly unwilling to assist in evaluating the authenticity of artworks. More


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The Patent Reform Act And Other Developments - The Implications For Your Patent Practice

With the passage of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, which President Obama signed into law on September 16, 2011, broad revisions have been made to patent law. Issues such as first to file, prior art, subject matter of patents, prior commercial use and lawsuits by Non-Practicing Entities have all been affected. More


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Trademark Talk: Hot Topics & Recent Developments in Trademark Law

Can't make it to INTA this year? This full-day CLE program in the Great Hall on May 20 2014, will cover a wide variety of topics:•Recent Developments in Chinese Trademark Law•An update on gTLDs•Clearing and Using Marks on Social Media•Trademark Prosecution•Advertising Issues•An Ethics Session on Fraud on the PTOPanelists will include leading trademark law practitioners, both in-house and outside counsel. Agenda9:00-9:10 am Welcome remarks9:10-10:00 am Enforcing Trademark in China & Recent Developments in Chinese Trademark Law10:00-11:00 am Clearing and Protecting IP on Social Media11:00-11:15 am Break11:15-12:15 pm Update on New Top Level Domain Names12:15-1:30 pm Lunch Break1:30-2:30 pm Hot Topics in Advertising2:30-3:30 pm Trademark Prosecution & The PTO: Practice Tips3:30-3:45 pm Break3:45-4:45 pm Fraud on the PTO: Is the Standard Changing?4:45-5:45 pm Trademark Year in Review: Notable Decisions CLE credit: New York: 6.0 professional practice & 1.0 ethics. More


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Trends in E-Data: What to Look for When Employees Leave

In this seminar, you will learn the most effective policies, procedures and strategies employers can pursue to prevent employees from doing harm as they leave, as well as to gather evidence in the wake of their departure. Panelists will discuss what employers can do when employees are suspected of stealing confidential information or otherwise abusing network privileges on their way out the door. More


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