Eleanor M. Lackman Joins “IP Licensing Issues” Panel at PLI

Eleanor 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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