1. Second Life Terms of Service Community Meeting October, 2013


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    Hosted by the beautiful Rose Theatre, sponsored by the SL Bar Association and the United Content Creators of SL, experts discuss the ramifications of Linden Lab's current terms of service as they pertain to various laws and to individuals in the virtual world. Filmed by Petlove Petshop, Emmo Wei, and Secret Rage for broadcast on the AviewTV network, this lengthy discussion is a must listen.

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    • U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Randall Rader addressed key issues in patent law today


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      During his lecture to the William Mitchell community on April 21, U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Randall Rader shared insight with the William Mitchell community about some of the most pressing issues in patent law today. To kick-off the event, coincidentally held on Rader’s birthday, he received a warm welcome that featured a few words of praise from his colleagues and even a birthday celebration done in William Mitchell fashion.

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      • Protecting and Enforcing your High Technology Intellectual Property


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        Our panel of Knobbe Martens partners hosted this complimentary and informative webinar to discuss the state of software and hardware IP protection and enforcement. Challenges to obtaining broad software and hardware IP protection are coming from every side. The Supreme Court may decide this year whether certain software even qualifies as patentable subject matter. The USPTO is also examining certain types of software applications with higher scrutiny. Many recent decisions at the Federal Circuit have made it harder to enforce the IP that you do obtain. In addition to those difficulties, pending patent reform legislation may force a “loser pays” approach in court, where a company may have to pay millions of dollars in legal fees if they don’t win their litigation. Our panel explained these issues, and provided real-world strategies to help maximize the protection and enforcement of your intellectual property.

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        • Copyfraud and Other Abuses of Intellectual Property Law


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          From phony copyright notices attached to the U.S. Constitution to lawsuits designed to prevent people from poking fun at Barbie, from controversies over digital sampling in hip-hop to Major League Baseball's ubiquitous restriction on sharing any ‘accounts and descriptions of this game,’ overreaching claims of intellectual property rights are everywhere. Jason Mazzone will discuss overreaching, show its economic and creative costs, and tell you how to stop it.

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          • Can I Do That Online? Copyright Law and Online Posting


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            Websites all over the Internet invite you to "share" their content with your Facebook friends or tweet it to your Twitter followers. But what are the legal limitations on what you can share and where you can post it? Can you post an entire newspaper article to your personal blog? Make your professional wedding photos into an album on Facebook? Upload that amazing news story to YouTube? During the hour-long seminar, Daliah Saper, Principal Attorney at Saper Law, answers these questions and more.

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            • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Lecture


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              This video is a copyright of Rexcel Cariaga. I wanted to discuss more about the Intellectual Property Law of the Philippines but due to time (and syllabus) constraints, I just tried to highlight some important portions of our IPR. LinkedIn Profile: ph.linkedin.com/pub/rexcel-cariaga/79/5b8/512/ If you liked this video, help me get into law school by donating money to my paypal account (ryekis@gmail.com) Your donations will be HIGHLY APPRECIATED =D

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              • America Invents Act - Critical changes to contracting practices- By Michael Oliver of Bowie & Jensen


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                Bowie & Jensen's Michael Oliver explains the legal impact of the recent America Invents Act (AIA) and what type of changes it means for intellectual property law.

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                • Something To Talk About #411 Knock Knock-Off: Fashion Brand Protection Law


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                  Producer/host Bonnie D. Graham welcomes NYLS graduate [as of late May 2013] Allison Tenenbaum and intellectual property attorney Marc Misthal for a lively discussion about how the law protects fashion brands from illegal copies. Allison Tenenbaum is a 3rd year law student at New York Law School, concentrating her studies on intellectual property law and brand protection. She graduated from University of Michigan in 2010 with a BA in both Psychology and Communications. At NYLS, Allison has served as Chief Operating Officer of the Fashion Section of the Media, Entertainment and Fashion Law Association (MEFLA); a Campus Advocate; Dispute Resolution Team Member; and a member of IP Jobtrack: Fashion Practicum. She has interned at Chanel, Inc., where she engaged in anti-counterfeiting efforts and domain name protection. As a law clerk at Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C., she concentrates on trademark and copyright prosecution, and domain name issues. She is a contributor for the Second Edition of Fashion Law: A Guide for Designers, Fashion Executives and Attorneys. Marc Misthal, a principal in Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, an intellectual property boutique, counsels a wide range of clients from around the world, including businesses in the fashion, apparel, computer technology, restaurant, entertainment, jewelry, luxury goods, furniture, cosmetics, retail and consumer goods industries. His practice focuses primarily on trademark and copyright matters, with particular emphasis on protecting consumer products and domain name and Internet issues. To protect consumer products, Marc has registered numerous product configurations as trademarks and developed overall enforcement programs to protect the configurations. Marc has been quoted extensively in The New York Times, and Entrepreneur and Metropolis magazines, and is a frequent lecturer. Thank you to dedicated crew George Cutler, director, supported by Colette Thaw, Desiree O'Kane, and PATV staff Erica Bradley, Mike Peters and Jason Hodge. Appreciation to long-time sponsors Bagel Mentch and Third Dimension Hair Salon in Great Neck, New York.

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                  • Digital Brand Building


                    from Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C. / Added

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                    Fiona Goldstein, Digital Brand Manager at Thompson Hotels, explains developing high impact online strategies.

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                    • Waterford Crystal: The History of its Art and Business


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                      Speech by Associate Dean Brian F. Havel on the history of the art and business of Waterford Crystal, including some treaty and intellectual property law dimensions, delivered at the annual conference of the Dublin (Ireland) Solicitors Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, September 18, 2009

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