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January 30, 2014

Protecting Your Company's IP Position: Trademark, Copyright, Trade Secret, and Unfair Competition

IP/Technology Year in Review and Forecast, Arnold & Porter Webinar

With the rapidly evolving case law it may be challenging to ensure your company's intellectual property rights are protected. Please join us as we discuss the implications of significant cases from the past year, and help you anticipate trends for 2014.

This two-day webinar, presented by the firm's Los Angeles and San Francisco intellectual property lawyers, focused on patent law the first day and copyright, trademark, and trade secret law the next day.

To view the Copyright, Trademark and Trade Secret Law webinar conducted on January 30, 2014, please click here.

COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARK and TRADE SECRET LAW

Our experienced panel will review the significant cases and legal developments over the last year, including:

  • Copyright: the on-going battle over the public performance right and the streaming of broadcast television over the Internet (Aereo and other cases); fair use, secondary liability and DMCA issues (including the Ninth Circuit's Fung decision, and YouTube and Veoh updates); the Supreme Court's Kirstaeng decision and its implications for the first-sale doctrine; and the Raging Bull case.
  • Trademark: contributory trademark infringement (Petroliam Nasional Berhad v. GoDaddy.com), the presumption of irreparable injury in trademark cases (Herb Reed Enterprises, LLC v. Fla. Ent. Mgmt., Inc.), and recent amendments to China's trademark laws.
  • Trade Secret: recent developments in a pending measure to federalize trade secret law and notable decisions regarding the UTSA and CFAA.

 

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