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Licensing and Commercializing Data as an Asset (10/10/2019)

Program Number: 29137 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Opportunities to license and commercialize data have grown quickly. While aspects of data transactions can resemble those involving software and other technology assets, data possesses many unique attributes that require special consideration in licenses and other commercial transactions. Join Jason Haislmaier for a look at what you need to know when licensing and commercializing data as an asset.

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IP Protection in Cannabis - How to Make it Happen Around the World! (10/16/2019)

Program Number: 29136 Presenter: David Postolski, Esq.

Cannabis- The intellectual property protection of cannabis and cannabis derivative products is currently exiting out of its Wild Wild West status and finally stabilizing in the US and around the world. Obtaining patent and trademark protection for these types of plants, products and services is a reality with the right strategies, due diligence and planning. This webinar will explore recent decisions in the US and from the around the world on what exactly can be protected today in this emerging field and what is on the horizon!

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Crypto, Broker-Dealers and Beneficial Ownership in the Anti-Money Laundering Hot Seat (09/24/2019)

Program Number: 29134 Presenter: Christian Larson, Esq., Joseph Moreno, Esq.

This webinar analyzes the latest developments affecting the anti-money laundering (AML) programs of businesses dealing with blockchain, cryptocurrency and other digital assets. The webinar also evaluates trends and lessons learned from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) enforcement focus on broker-dealer AML programs. In addition, the webinar reviews the most recent legislative efforts to reform the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and related regulations in 2019, including proposals to tighten beneficial ownership reporting. This webinar is ideal for anyone working in or overseeing AML program design or compliance.

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Effective Use of Exhibits and Demonstratives at Trial (09/24/2019)

Program Number: 29133 Presenter: Michael H. Ginsberg, Esq., Thomas Jackson, Esq. Retired

Effective use of exhibits and demonstrative exhibits at trial can greatly enhance the persuasiveness of your trial presentation and the impact of witness testimony. In another of their series of presentations on trial skills, Tom Jackson and Mike Ginsberg will discuss the use of exhibits and demonstratives at trial to enhance the persuasiveness of the presentation of evidence. Included in the program will be the rules for publishing trial evidence to the jury and suggestions for making the use of exhibits more persuasive. In addition, Jackson and Ginsberg will show and discuss examples of effective demonstratives that illustrate testimony and case themes.

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From Faux Louis Vuitton Purses to Fake Chucks to Counterfeit Printer Cartridges: How to Leverage the U.S. International Trade Commission to Stop Knock-Offs (09/16/2019)

Program Number: 29132 Presenter: Rithika Kulathila, Esq., Aarti Shah, Esq.

Knockoffs, counterfeits, and fakes cost brand owners like Louis Vuitton, Converse, Red Bull and HP billions, and higher tariffs are expected to make this problem even worse. The International Trade Commission (“ITC”) can provide fast and cost-effective relief by issuing a general exclusion order preventing knock-offs from entering the U.S. Further, unlike district litigation, the ITC’s orders are enforceable against fly-by-night makers and there is no need to file multiple actions in multiple districts as a single ITC action provides injunctive relief, which stops all counterfeits and fakes from even entering the United States. Numerous brand owners like Louis Vuitton, CHI, Converse, Sharpie, Red Bull, HP and Otterbox have already taken advantage of the ITC to stop the importations of knock-offs. While navigating the ITC’s procedures is not for novices, obtaining an ITC exclusion order can be one of the most efficient, economical ways for companies to

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You've Been Served - What Now? Strategies for Analyzing and Responding to Employment Discrimination Complaints (09/19/2019)

Program Number: 29131 Presenter: Christopher D. Durham, Esq., Danielle M. Dwyer, Esq.

There is no universal checklist or formula for responding to an employment discrimination complaint in federal or state court. Yet, despite the fact that every case is unique, recent changes to the legal landscape have a significant impact on the strategies that employers may use at the earlier stages of a case to best position a successful defense. Whether it is ensuring that defenses are timely asserted and not waived, challenging jurisdiction, removing a case to federal court, compelling arbitration or any number of other decisions that a defendant encounters at the outset of an employment discrimination case, there are certain opportunities – and pitfalls – of which all employers should be aware. This program will discuss legal developments impacting employer strategies for responding to employment discrimination complaints from the moment of service until the pleadings have closed, including (a) how to analyze a complaint to identify potential defenses and avoid waiver, (

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California Courts Cast Considerable Doubt on Continued Use of “Independent Contractors” (09/03/2019)

Program Number: 29130 Presenter: Tyler Paetkau, Esq.

The California Supreme Court last year set forth a revolutionary new “ABC test” for determining whether workers are properly classified as employees or independent contractors, making it dramatically more difficult for California employers to lawfully retain independent contractors. On May 2, 2019, in Vazquez v. Jan-Pro Franchising Int’l, Inc., the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals determined that the Supreme Court of California’s landmark “ABC” decision, Dynamex Ops. West Inc. v. Superior Court, 4 Cal. 5th 903 (2018), applies retroactively. In applying Dynamex retroactively, the Ninth Circuit noted the “default rule” that judicial decisions have retroactive effect, and reasoned that Dynamex did not fall into an exception under California law for decisions that “change[d] a settled rule on which the parties below have relied.” Vazquez, slip op. at 23. The Ninth Circuit also found persuasive that the Supreme Court of California summarily denied the defendant’s petition for review in Dynamex, which “strongly suggested

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The Land of Lincoln (and Weed): An Analysis of Illinois’s Recreational Marijuana Law (07/23/2019)

Program Number: 29129 Presenter: Irina Dashevsky, Esq., Ryan M. Holz, Esq., Douglas R. Sargent, Esq., David Standa, Esq.

On May 31, 2019, Illinois passed the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, which legalizes recreational marijuana effective January 1, 2020. This webcast will break down the Act’s various components, providing detailed analysis of the key features of the legislation. The speakers will discuss the frenzy of activity that the passage of the Act is causing and their expectations for how the process will play out in both the short term and the long term.

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Moving Target: Understanding Coming Changes to the CCPA and Other State CCPA-Like Privacy Laws (07/30/2019)

Program Number: 29128 Presenter: Jim Halpert, Esq.

The California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee has begun the important work of clarifying significant ambiguities in the California Consumer Privacy Act. The CCPA sets out landmark privacy rights for Californians, but often in language that is either confusing or difficult to operationalize. Several bills approved at the hearing offer encouragement that the legislature may resolve several key compliance ambiguities before the Attorney General's rulemaking begins this fall. At the same time, two other bills that would have introduced new concepts to the CCPA were withdrawn and did not clear the committee in time for consideration this session. Join in as Jim Halpert attempts to unravel some of these newest developments.

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US Artificial Intelligence Regulation Has A Long Way to Go (09/19/2019)

Program Number: 29127 Presenter: Peter Scoolidge, Esq., Jasmine Weg, Esq.

An overview of the regulatory framework around the globe for the development of artificial intelligence technology. In April 2019, the European Commission issued guidance on the ethical issues arising from human interaction with artificial intelligence applications. Among others, the Commission's guidance highlights the importance of notice that one is interacting with an artificial intelligence application. The Commission also touched on the ethical implications of autonomous weapons systems and systematic discrimination and noted the importance of oversight for artificial intelligence decision-making. The technology sector has also made some attempts to identify appropriate limits on artificial intelligence applications. The rules for the deployment of artificial intelligence are being written now and anyone with an interest in regulation of this technology in the private and public sectors should pay close attention to new developments in this area.

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