This webinar will discuss how the differences between the concept of copyright and neighboring rights under the common law countries system and the continental system of law has influenced the conventions thar are applicable to the United States and Europe, and the effects these disparities have in the international protection of neighboring rights, particularly in the area of audiovisual copyrights.
Commonly occurring mistakes in tech- and IP-related agreements can be fatal to both daily operations, as well as to future M&A prospects of a company. Missing, overbroad, or insufficiently scoped IP-related provisions (e.g., ownership, licenses, covenants not to sue, affiliate definitions, representations & warranties/indemnities, liability limitations, assignability clauses, and fee structures) can create waves, if not tsunamis
Open-source software is free of charge, robust, and ubiquitous in software development today. But to use it properly, companies need compliance processes in place to honor the terms of the licenses. This panel will discuss how to put together a workable corporate open-source compliance program. It brings together experts representing the perspective of in-house legal teams, M&A counsel, and engineering tooling providers, with deep expertise in setting up and running open-source compliance programs.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled technology has widespread applications and is increasingly becoming important to the production of goods and services. Commercialization of AI-enabled technology and big data processes requires an incentive system such as intellectual property protection to help promote investment and innovation. This, however, poses legal and ethical challenges. This panel will address IP rights in AI
This webinar explores case law, legal opinions and policies to consider when determining the range of requested damages in a patent case.
State-level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills is at an all-time high. After the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018, multiple states proposed similar legislation to protect consumers in their states. This panel will discuss the commonalities held among recent state privacy legislation and what companies can do to adapt to these recent changes.
Join us for our virtual event "The Patent Office Comes to California"
Save the date for our 46th Annual Intellectual Property Institute: November 3-5, 2022!