leanor M. Lackman joins the “IP Licensing Issues” panel, part of Practising Law Institute’s IP Issues in Business Transactions 2013 program. The program runs for two full days, Thursday, January 3 and Friday, January 4, 2013, beginning at 9:00am, in New York City. Ms. Lackman’s panel, “IP Licensing Issues,” is on Thursday, January 3 at 2:15pm.
This panel features experts in copyright, trademark and patent law and will address intellectual property considerations including: what IP is necessary to achieve business goals, protecting against negative scenarios, grant back provisions, cross licenses, first sale issues, sublicensing and assignability, and issues raised by e-commerce and social media.
Ms. Lackman focuses on litigation and counseling in copyright, trademark, digital media and entertainment, with a specialization in matters at the intersection of intellectual property and new technology; she lectures and is published widely in the field.
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November 14, 2012