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 Export to Your Calendar 4/18/2019
When: Thursday, April 18, 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Susan Houchins
703-234-4059

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Cloud Services and Software Subcommittee Present -

 

What Your Mother Never Told You About IP Issues in the Cloud

Thursday, April 18,  2019

(Date changed from April 4th)

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Central Time
11:00 am- 12:00 pm Mountain Time
10:00 am - 11:00 am PacificTime

Details:

As companies continue to rely heavily on cloud computing, IP issues raised by the distributed nature of this ubiquitous platform continue to dominate. The fact that technology has outpaced our legal framework in this area compounds these issues. This webinar focuses on IP issues you need to be aware of in the cloud environment and on ways that you can help protect your clients’ data and intellectual property despite the proliferation and contribution of these assets across devices, across borders and across entities.

Topics to be covered include:

• Addressing cross-jurisdictional concerns for cloud solution licensing
• Ensuring your indemnification against IP claims is sufficient
• Securing patent positions to protect your cloud innovations
• Protecting your client’s data in the cloud

Learning Outcomes include:

• Addressing cross-jurisdictional concerns for cloud solution licensing
• Ensuring your indemnification against IP claims is sufficient
• Securing patent positions to protect your cloud innovations
• Protecting your client’s data in the cloud


Speakers:



Daniel Yannuzzi, Sheppard Mullin, CoChair Intellectual Property

Daniel Yannuzzi is a partner and Practice Group Leader of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. He advises clients in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent and other intellectual property litigation, strategic portfolio development, technology licensing, and transactional matters.

Areas of Practice

Mr. Yannuzzi has extensive experience advising high-technology companies and their stakeholders on complex, business-critical IP matters. Mr. Yannuzzi's practice involves intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on patent litigation; developing IP strategies and IP portfolios aligned with business goals; assessing, avoiding and responding to third-party IP threats; in-bound and out-bound technology licensing, including standards-based licensing; and negotiating IP asset transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and the like. He has advised a wide range of industry leaders, including companies such as Olympus Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, Conexant Systems, Fujitsu, Cadence Design Systems and Targus. Mr. Yannuzzi has served as primary outside intellectual property counsel to numerous electronics, software, telecommunications, and medical device companies.

Previously, Mr. Yannuzzi was a partner and co-manager of the electrical patent practice group at a prestigious Washington D.C. firm. Mr. Yannuzzi also has several years of in-house legal experience, where he served as Vice President of Worldwide Legal Affairs and Assistant Corporate Secretary to Skyworks Solutions, Inc., and as Vice President and Chief Intellectual Property Counsel to Conexant Systems, Inc., a multi-billion dollar semiconductor company.

Prior to entering the legal profession, Mr. Yannuzzi was an engineering manager at Allied Signal Aerospace, where he managed the development and integration of spacecraft communication and tracking systems for various NASA programs. He also led a team of scientists and engineers in the development of high precision satellite laser ranging systems for NASA's Crustal Dynamics Project.

 

Hector AgdeppaSheppard Mullin, Partner

Hector Agdeppa is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm's San Diego (Del Mar) office.

Areas of Practice

Hector specializes in patent application drafting and prosecution in the electrical, mechanical, and computer software arts, and is well-versed in the management and monetization of patent portfolios. He is also experienced in inter partes review proceedings, tech transfer and licensing, IP due diligence, opinion/freedom to operate assessments, and provides patent litigation support for a variety of clients, large and small, covering a broad range of industries.

His technical experience encompasses wireless communications and data networking/network management, optical networking, multimedia delivery and video coding (including HEVC and HDR/WCG content), LCD, LED, and PDP displays, AR/VR headsets, blockchain technologies, data analytics, artificial intelligence and deep/machine learning, enterprise SaaS, edge security, photonics, and automotive technologies (included connected car and autonomous driving).

Previously, Hector was an associate at both a boutique intellectual property law firm, and a large, national general practice law firm. He also worked as a patent examiner for over 5 years with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) where he specialized in examining patent applications relating to telecommunications and data networking, computer-telephony integration and terminal equipment and structures.

Prior to Hector’s law firm and USPTO experience, he worked as a software test engineer for Motorola, Inc. and as a validation engineer for Abbott Laboratories and the Sverdrup Facilities Group.

Registration:
LES Members Price: FREE
Non-Members: FREE
 


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