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LES San Diego Chapter: Data Ownership – Licensing and Legal Issues
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LES San Diego Chapter: Data Ownership – Licensing and Legal Issues

When: Wednesday, March 28, 2018
6:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: Becton Dickinson (CareFusion)
3750 Torrey View Ct.
San Diego, California  92130
United States
Contact: Ben Anger

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Data Ownership – Licensing and Legal Issues 
Panel Discussion presented by the Licensing Executive Society (U.S. and Canada) - San Diego Chapter

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With the advent of the internet, advanced computing, and related technologies, the value and importance of “data” in many contexts has grown. The first event of 2018 by the San Diego Chapter of LES will focus on licensing and other legal issues pertaining to big data, artificial intelligence, health data, cloud networking, data privacy issues, and more. Come for networking and socializing, and then listen to a great panel of guests discuss licensing and legal issues and trends in this new era of “data.”

Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served!

Panelists (likely to be more):

Christopher DiLeoPartner, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear

Christopher is a partner at the intellectual property and technology law firm Knobbe Martens. His practice focuses on acquiring, monetizing, and enforcing IP rights. His primary emphasis is protection strategies for computer, software, and network systems. He also advises clients on data privacy and terms of use. Christopher's clients span a variety of industries including education, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, clinical research tools, gaming and game development, product designs, sensor systems, biomedical devices, and artificial intelligence systems.


Ruben Flores-SaaibDirector of Commercialization, UC San Diego

Dr. Flores-Saaib is Director of Commercialization for the Office of Innovation and Commercialization (OIC) at UC San Diego. He has held a variety of positions in R&D, marketing, business development and technology commercialization. He was Vice President of Business Development and Technology Transfer for the Los Angeles BioMedical Research Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center, where he focused on fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem for startups in Los Angeles. His professional career also includes Biosite (now Inverness), where he helped design, initiate, negotiate and monitor clinical trials; and later joined Chemicon (now Millipore-Sigma), where he managed R&D, worldwide clinical-trial operations, and marketing activities for diagnostic products. 


Johnny ManriquezOf Counsel, AH General Counsel Services

Mr. Manriquez is Of Counsel at AH General Counsel Services in San Diego. Prior to joining AH, he spent over ten years in both transactional practice and litigation where his expertise included commercial litigation, data privacy, and technology transactions for both regional and AM 100 law firms. As a skilled intellectual property and corporate lawyer, he has built his career by helping businesses protect and monetize their IP. He assists companies by providing general counsel services, focusing on the legal priorities that will scale and help grow the business. He is experienced with negotiating software, technology, collaboration and other agreements, and helps to fill the void between hiring outside counsel services and staffing up with full-time in house counsel services.

 Location:  Date/Time:
Becton Dickinson (CareFusion) 
3750 Torrey View Ct.  
San Diego, CA  92130
Wednesday, March 28
6:30-8:00 p.m.


Member: $20.00
Non-Member: $35.00


The event is at the CareFusion facility, now owned by Becton Dickinson. You must register by March 27th, in order for security at the facilities to process your RSVP. 

The San Diego Chapter uses online registration for both members and non-members.  Registration is easy on your computer and smart phone.


This event is generously sponsored by:


Cancellations are non-refundable after March 21.  Substitutions are accepted.  Contact LES at (703) 234-4058 for assistance.


ADA/Dietary Needs
Requests for ADA accommodations and special dietary needs should be submitted to the event contact listed above. 


Photography Consent
By registering for this event, you permit LES and its chapters to use photographs of you with or without your name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and web content.

Registration Difficulty
If you have difficulty registering for this event, call LES Member Services at (703) 234-4058 between 9:00-5:30 ET for assistance.



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