WHOIS, GDPR and ICANN: Policing and Protecting IP Rights Post-GDPR
November 14, 2019 • CLE • Live Webinar
This CLE webinar will guide IP and brand counsel on the WHOIS system and brand protection after the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The panel will examine the impact of the GDPR and offer best practices on protecting brands during this period of uncertainty.
Emojis: Trademark, Copyright, Rights of Publicity and Other Considerations
June 13, 2019 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel for protecting emojis under trademark and copyright law. The panel will discuss the potential challenges of getting protection as well as emoji trolling. The panel will also address issues that may arise related to the interpretation of emojis and the use of em...
Domain Name Rights Protection Mechanisms & ICANN Developments
Opportunities and Risks of RPMs, Sunrise and Trademark Claims Services
June 5, 2019 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will guide trademark counsel on recent developments from the latest Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) meeting. The panel will also discuss the current review of rights protection mechanisms, including the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy (UDRP), Sunris...
URS, UDRP, ACPA and Beyond: Domain Name Enforcement in the New gTLD Era
Strategies for Brand Protection, Leveraging Recent Decisions, Weighing the Pros and Cons
June 26, 2018 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to trademark counsel on the advantages and disadvantages of the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) system, the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA). The panel will examine the considerations in deter...
Fair Use and IP Infringement on Instagram, Facebook and Other Social Media
Policing and Protecting Licenses, Copyright and Trademark Rights
April 26, 2018 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will guide counsel on when sharing content on social media sites is protected by fair use and when it crosses the line into unauthorized infringement. The panel will outline steps for counsel to advise companies on monitoring and protecting against unauthorized use of their brands a...
Trademark Threats on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social Media
Policing and Protecting Against Infringement and Counterfeiting by Website Users
September 19, 2017 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will provide best practices for attorneys on confronting the trademark infringement and counterfeiting threats by users of social networking websites. The panel will outline strategies for businesses and their counsel to police and protect against unauthorized use of their brands on...
Online Counterfeiting: Combating the Exploding Worldwide Threat
Policing and Protecting Brands to Enforce IP Rights Against Counterfeiters and Secondary I...
October 3, 2013 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will provide strategies for counsel to IP owners to monitor and protect against online sales of counterfeit products. The panel will explain key components for a comprehensive online brand protection program, methods to monitor brands online, and enforcing IP rights against online c...
Challenging Unfavorable ICANN Objection and Application Decisions
Leveraging the Appeals Process and Courts to Overcome ICANN Determinations Absent Guidance
September 26, 2013 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will discuss the avenues of appeal for objection and application decisions by ICANN. The panel will offer best practices for challenging unfavorable ICANN determinations.
Keyword Advertising and Trademark Infringement
Best Practices to Protect Brands and Avoid Liability in Online Advertising
August 27, 2013 • CLE • CLE On-Demand, Download
This CLE webinar will prepare counsel to businesses using keyword advertising in e-commerce to anticipate and address trademark abuses and infringement. The panel will provide best practices to protect the client or company's trademarks from keyword abuse and to avoid infringing a third party's IP r...