Protecting Intellectual Property Globally When Doing Business Through the Internet

Events / May 14, 2015
8:00-10:00 a.m.
45 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10111

New York State Bar Association, International Section – Global Law Week

Join us on Thursday, May 14, 2015,  from 8:00-10:00 a.m. at BakerHostetler's New York office for Protecting Intellectual Property Globally When Doing Business Through the Internet.

As part of the International Section of the New York State Bar Association’s Global Law Week, BakerHostetler will host a discussion titled “Protecting Intellectual Property Globally When Doing Business Through the Internet.” Protecting intellectual property on the internet has long been part of our everyday challenge. Content and brand owners spend considerable time, effort, and money on creating content and developing goodwill. Technology continues to provide new means for making and globally distributing perfect (or nearly perfect) replicas, without authorization. Because the economic barriers to infringement continue to decrease, protecting intellectual property against (sometimes anonymous) infringers is a difficult task that requires strategic thinking and more planning. The goal of the panel is to discuss some of the challenges and/or strategies for intellectual property exploitation and protection in this environment. The discussion will be led by BakerHostetler partner Oren Warshavsky, and panelists will include:

  • Lauren Middlen, World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.
  • Michelle Ozog, TuneSat, LLC
  • Reuven Ashtar
  • Luge Pravda, MarkMonitor Inc.
  • Gayle McFarlane, Cordery
  • Elisabeth Logeais, UGGC Avocats
  • Alan Pate, BakerHostetler and IAC

For questions, please contact Jill Madeo at 212.589.4215.

2.0 CLE credits will be offered.

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