Employee-Created Intellectual Property: Securing Ownership Rights in a Remote Working Envi...
Structuring Assignment Agreements and Third-Party Contractor Agreements, Navigating Carve-...
November 2, 2021 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide IP counsel with guidance on securing ownership to IP created by employees or independent contractors. The panel will discuss strategies for structuring employee assignment agreements and third-party contractor agreements. The panel will also address key provisions, carve...
Embedding Photos and Videos From Social Media and Copyright Infringement
Recent Court Treatment, Responding to Unlicensed Use, and Ensuring Policies are in Place t...
October 5, 2021 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will guide IP counsel on embedded photos from social media and the associated copyright issues. The panel will review recent court treatment of these issues. The panel will discuss what companies can and should do if they have unlicensed third-party content currently embedded on thei...
Nonfungible Tokens and Copyright: Ownership, Digital Exhaustion, and Resale
September 21, 2021 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will guide IP counsel on copyright issues related to non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The panel will examine ownership, digital exhaustion, resale, and collective rights management. The panel will offer best practices for ownership and resale of NFTs and addressing infringement issues.
Protecting Copyrights on the Internet: Latest Approaches and Developments
Navigating Fair Use, Infringement Claims, DMCA Safe Harbor and Secondary Liability Issues
May 13, 2020 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will prepare copyright counsel to police and protect against copyright infringement on the internet. The panel will outline the tools available to monitor IP rights and examine fair use defenses and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor.
Managing IP While Using Open Source: Copyright and Patent Licensing
Assessing Software Options, Mitigating Risk of IP Infringement in Software Development
April 1, 2020 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will guide counsel on managing IP while benefiting from using open source. The panel will review the risks and benefits of using open source software and ways to appropriately manage IP rights while participating in the open source community. The panel will also discuss patent issues...
New European Copyright Directive: Fundamental Shift From U.S. Policy
Enforceability for U.S. Companies, Required Licensing Agreements, Take Down Policies, Prep...
July 10, 2019 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will discuss the new European Copyright Directive and what it means for U.S. companies. The panel will explain what exactly it means procedurally and discuss its enforceability as well as the consequences for failing to comply. The panel will also discuss what steps U.S. companies sh...
Evaluating Fair Use for Copyrights
Making Tough Calls on Excluding, Obtaining Permission, or Relying on Fair Use
August 29, 2017 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance to IP counsel on the fair-use evaluation process, review recent court decisions, and offer best practices for the use of third-party copyrighted works.
Navigating DMCA: Limitation of Liability, Notice, Takedown Procedures and Safe Harbors
Best Practices for Copyright Holders and Online Service Providers
August 10, 2016 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), limitation of liability and safe harbors. The panel will discuss notice and takedown procedures, offering best practices for copyright owners and subscribers as well as online service providers.
Open Source: Copyrightability, Fair Use and Due Diligence
Navigating IP Protection for Application Programming Interfaces
May 27, 2015 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance to counsel for companies, developers and licensees on the implications of the Federal Circuit's Oracle v. Google decision for open source software. The panel will discuss best practices for IP protection for software development and licensing going forward.
Open Source: Implications of Oracle v. Google
Understanding the Complexities When Assessing the Software Copyright Options
April 3, 2013 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance for counsel to companies, developers and licensees on the implications of the recent Oracle v. Google decision. The panel will explain the boundaries of copyright law as it relates to software and offer best practices to minimize IP infringement
Copyright Recapture 2012: Strategies for Owners and Transferees Facing the New Termination...
Navigating Complex Statutory Provisions, Lessons Learned From Initial Lawsuits
June 26, 2012 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance to counsel for copyright owners and copyright transferees on the steps to recapture rights when a rights termination window opens under the 1976 Copyright Act. The panel will offer best practices for copyright owners and the transferees of those rights.
First Sale Doctrine After Costco v. Omega
Protecting IP Rights in the Gray Market and in Electronic Distribution
August 18, 2011 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will provide guidance to IP counsel to companies in the supply chain to understand the first sale doctrine. The panel will discuss recent case law developments, analyze when and where the doctrine applies, and outline effective approaches to protect IP rights.
Open Source Licenses: Copyright and Trademark Compliance
Minimizing Risk of IP Infringement in Software Licensing
July 7, 2010 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE course will prepare licensors and licensees of open source software to understand and cope with the legal risks of open source creation and use. The panel will provide best practices to minimize intellectual property infringement through effective licensing agreements and monitoring of open...