A DISCUSSION ON UPDATES FROM THE US After Aqua Products, SAS, In re Cray and other critical cases
PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS for the IL Company
IP LICENSING AGREEMENTS
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
16.30 – 16.45/50 Gathering and Networking, Refreshments
16.45/50 – 17.45 Bringing Home the Take Aways. A Prediction of How Recent Court Decisions in the U.S. will affect U.S. Patent Strategy, Prosecution and Litigation in 2018: after Aqua Products, SAS, In re Cray and other Important Cases. Adam Samansky, Member Mintz Levin
17.45 – 18.00 Networking and Refreshment Break
18.00 – 19.00
Protection of Trade secrets - Practical Aspects for the IL Company
Trade secret could be one of the most important assets of a company, if they are managed appropriately. In the lecture we’ll discuss what would Israeli law define as a trade secret, how to maintain a trade secret, how to pursue it, and we will provide tips from cases that were brought before Israeli Courts. Adv. Yael Riemer, Partner, IP and Litigation practices, FBC.
IP Licensing agreements – Main Issues to be Considered
IP licensing agreements vary from basic and simple one sided agreements to extremely complicated and intensively negotiated ones. However, for all IP licensing agreements, when structuring a deal and drafting a legal document, there are certain important common factors and concerns to be considered. We will be discussing those essentials. Adv. Amit Dat, Partner, IP and Cyber & IT practices, FBC.
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C
Adam’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation. He handles patent, trademark, and trade secret matters on behalf of innovators and investors in a range of industries. His core practice includes patent and trade secret litigation involving complex technologies in the pharmaceutical, medical, high-tech, and defense industries. Adam has tried cases before multiple US District Courts, briefed and argued cases before the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and has briefed bet-the-company issues before the US Supreme Court.
Adv. Amit Dat, Partner, IP and Cyber & IT practices, FBC
Mr. Dat is the head of the Intellectual Property and Information Technologies practice in FBC’s Corporate Department.
Mr. Dat’s practice concentrates on technology oriented legal matters. He provides legal counsel to individuals, private companies and public companies (local and multi-national) with respect to intellectual property, information technology, privacy, data protection, information security, commercial activities in the cyberspace, internet law, gaming, and media and entertainment law.
Adv. Yael Riemer, Partner, IP and Litigation practices, FBC
Mrs. Riemer is a partner in FBC's Litigation Department. She specializes in intellectual property litigation, data and privacy protection, commercial disputes, and class actions.
Mrs. Riemer provides legal counsel to individuals, private companies, and public companies with respect to intellectual property, information technology, and Internet law, including with respect to patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, privacy protection, and database usage
There will be light refreshments.
The event is hosted by FBC