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In the second part of this comprehensive beverage law program, Danielle Teagarden, business attorney and author of the popular Brewery Law Blog, discusses common intellectual property law issues affecting the industry, covering best practices for proactive client...
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With the craft beer market on the rise and small breweries and distilleries popping up everywhere, the demand for alcohol industry-savvy attorneys is growing. This program takes introduces viewers to this type of practice, covering the history of alcohol beverage law in...
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This class will provide an introductory overview of trademark and service mark law in the United States, including topics such as securing rights, federal registration of marks, and enforcement of rights.
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In order to successfully represent professional sports clients, it is important to view sports as the multifaceted business it is, know the individuals and organizations involved, and understand how various types of law operates within the industry. In this program,...
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The typical business structure of professional sports is unlike any other industry. Join Brandon Leopoldus, sports lawyer and former professional umpire, as he unravels the many complexities surrounding this area of the law, including league filing status, their...
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Non-compete/non-solicitation agreements are a hotbed for judicial review. While each state differs in how they approach this area of law, there are some identifiable trends. In part 2 of this program, employment lawyer Bob Fitzpatrick continues his in-depth discussion...
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Any attorney with a general practice is likely to encounter numerous intellectual property issues of varying complexity throughout their career. In this program, IP attorney Eric Hanscom has assembled a group of attorneys practicing in different areas for a round table...
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Non-compete agreements are a hotbed for judicial review in the United States. While each state differs in how they approach this area of law, there are some identifiable trends. In this program, employment lawyer Bob Fitzpatrick dives into the recent case law...
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This program will provide an introductory overview of the area of copyright protection in the United States, including topics such as establishing copyright, federal registration, fair use, and enforcement.
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With the death of Justice Scalia and the resulting empty seat on the bench, 2016 shaped up to be one of the more interesting Supreme Court terms in recent history. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he talks about the current makeup of the Supreme Court, discusses trends in the...
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In 2016, Congress enacted the most significant trade secret reform legislation in several decades. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he dissects the Defend Trade Secrets Act taking us through its principal provisions and highlighting areas that attorneys need to be...
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This program will provide an overview of the three primary fields of the US intellectual property law system: copyright, patent, and trademark. The speaker will also dive into the statutes which govern intellectual property and the methods of procuring and defending...
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Attorneys counseling startup businesses encounter a myriad of legal issues spanning several practice areas. In this program, four attorneys specializing in different areas are interviewed about the most common issues they see when counseling a startup client.
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While roughly half of the states have adopted some form of medical marijuana program, the legalization of recreational marijuana use in the U.S. is a relatively new concept, but one that is quickly gaining in popularity. This program looks at the similarities and...
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Crowdfunding has emerged as a great tool for artists and entrepreneurs alike to raise capital for their endeavors. With the popularity of the reward/discount model made popular by websites such as Kickstarter, and the recent changes to the law paving the way for equity...
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Adobe is increasing its license compliance and software audits. These Adobe audit demands can be burdensome and extremely expensive. In this program, technology attorneys Robert Scott and Julie Machal-Fulks cover these audits in-depth.
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Because IBM products like WebSphere, DB2, etc. are expensive, and companies cannot easily verify compliance, the risks associated with IBM licensing can be severe. Join Julie Machal-Fulks as she discusses some of the challenges with trying to ensure compliance with IBM...
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