Our breakfast briefing series, designed for in-house lawyers, features analysis of the latest legal developments that impact Silicon Valley technology companies of all sizes.
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Please join us for a lively presentation that will cover copyright authorship, originality, and registration and enforcement of AI and other automated works.
Technology companies face a variety of antitrust issues, including recent enforcement actions and areas of focus, such as investigations into platforms and emerging big data issues.
Companies today have employees, counsel, and outside advisors located throughout the world. This creates a complicated web of communications that must occur for the business to operate. Join us for a presentation that will explore how to identify and protect privileged communications that span multiple jurisdictions.
Our discussion will include analysis of the Federal Circuit and district court Section 101 landscape. In that context, we will also discuss practice tips and pointers in view of the USPTO's "2019 Revised Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance" announced on January 4, 2019.
Over the last five years, the ITC has issued more than 50 exclusion orders, including 14 general exclusion orders, restricting access to the US market for a broad swath of companies and industries. Successfully obtaining an exclusion order, however, is only half the battle. Both the ITC and US Customs offer independent avenues to either enforce, or work around, an existing exclusion order.
This talk will also give you an opportunity to ask questions about artificial intelligence. In fact, you can submit questions in advance, and our partner, David Sanker, will provide detailed answers.