Intellectual property (IP) is a practice area for which many clients seek legal advice (or don't know they should). IP issues can be complex and daunting, from patents to copyrights to trademarks to trade secrets.
This webinar will introduce the audience to the developments of the right to privacy and data protection laws in Latin America and current trends in the region.
The EU Digital Services Act is the EU’s most ambitious reform package for intermediary liability and obligations to date. The European Union has adopted a modern legal framework whose scope includes the safety of users online, the establishment of governance with the protection of fundamental rights, and the maintenance of a fair and open online platform environment.
This webinar will provide an overview of how the four basic intellectual property tools (trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets) are being deployed by the legal cannabis industry in the U.S. (with a focus on California businesses and entrepreneurs).
The webinar will examine design law and practice in Japan, including registerable subject matter, requirements for registration, partial design registration system, related design registration system, and protection of technology by design right.
For lawyers and procurement professionals familiar with tech transactions looking to license AI/ML technologies on behalf of their clients, this presentation contains a brief introduction to AI/ML technologies, an exploration of special risks related to these technologies, commonly negotiated license provisions, and risk mitigation measures.
Puya Partow-Navid's clients need help protecting their intellectual property, which includes patents and trademarks. These clients range from startups to Fortune 100 companies. In most cases, clients approach Puya once they've developed…
In our upcoming presentation, we will review patent and copyright challenges presented by generative AI, addressing topics like AI’s role as an author/inventor, the concerns surrounding non-human authorship, the nuanced dynamics of joint AI-human inventorship, and the positions of content creators versus AI service providers with respect to scraping material from the internet for large language training purposes.
You're invited to the 47th Annual IP Institute of the Intellectual Property Law Section in San Diego!
This presentation will explore the rapidly changing impact of AI on Hollywood, including AI's current effects on the WGA and SAG strikes, right of publicity (current law and proposed legislation), copyright (current law and proposed legislation), and restrictions on contracting away replication rights.