In-House IP Manager Forum Webinars
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Copyrights and Trademarks in the Technological
and Digital World
Faculty: Ms. Yael Riemer and Dr. Omri Rachum-Twaig,
FBC - Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co
Wednesday, March 10 | 16.00 – 17.00 IST
Topic description: True Courtroom Stories
The session will discuss practical tips for protecting your IP and avoiding litigation.
Copyrights – how to analyze copyright risks and avoid infringement claims, based on recent case law, focusing on copyright challenges in the modern times, including software copyright protection, "look and feel", as well as copyright infringement in the cyberspace and social media.
Trademarks – the session will discuss the various aspects of trademark infringement on top of the "classic" infringement, such as domain names infringement and parallel import issues.
Amendment No. 5 to the Israeli Copyright – Israel's attempt to keep up with technology
The session will discuss the new provisions in the Israeli Copyright Law providing explicit court authority to issue IP blocking and content removal orders for copyright infringement, identifying anonymous infringers and providing indirect liability for linking to infringing content in certain circumstances.
These new provisions were seldom reviewed by courts but raise many questions both in terms of technological feasibility and international comity.
AI and the Obscure World of Software Related Patents in Europe: Find out Why and How You Can (and Should) File Patent Applications in these fields with Confidence
Faculty: Micaela Modiano, Alessandro Sanchini & Kevin Cranman
Wednesday, February 10 | 16.00 – 17.00 IST
Most IP professionals, as well as their Clients, still believe (or fear) that the EPO would never grant software related patents.
This topic was recently kindled by debates on Artificial Intelligence, which added a new branch of discussion into the often-misunderstood world of so-called computer implemented inventions.
Find out with Micaela, Alessandro and Kevin, what "the technical character" rule set out by the EPO actually means, and how to draft claims that will give a boost to your patent portfolio of software related inventions.
Title: Complex IP Licensing Transactions:
Faculty: David Kappos (Cravath) and
Asa Kling (Naschitz, Brandes, Amir)
Wednesday, January 13 | 16.00 – 17.00 IST
As industries from bio/pharma to information technology and materials/chemicals have become more specialized in recent years, intellectual property licensing -- as a supplement to or replacement for in-house technology development -- has become increasingly complex in Israel, the U.S., and indeed globally in view of the many options and considerations to be taken into account. This session will examine the benefits and the risks of licensing, while also exploring how to best structure and negotiate complex licensing agreements to ensure effective results for both licensor and licensee.