Mar. 27 - 28, 2008
PLI New York Center -- New York, NY
Intellectual property transactions play a critical role across a variety of industries. Whether licensing patents, copyrights, trade secrets or trademarks, the ability to structure, draft and negotiate complex license agreements is critical to a successful transaction. This program is designed to address some of the more complex and practical issues that arise in drafting and negotiating licensing IP licenses. This program will feature updates on current legal developments, best practices, negotiating frequently contested issues, identifying and avoiding common pitfalls, keeping the relationship on track, litigation planning and avoidance, and ethics. The speakers will illustrate both outside counsel and in-house perspectives.
What You Will Learn
- Patent and technology licensing
- Software licensing and open source issues
- Strategic alliances and other joint development agreements
- International licensing agreements
- Trade secret licensing
- Trademark licensing
- Content, entertainment and digital rights licensing
- Database licensing
Simultaneous live webcast of the San Francisco session is available for individual viewing. Webcast participants will receive streaming audio and/or video of the program, view and print the Course Handbook, and have the ability to submit questions electronically.