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The emerging patent landscape related to blockchain and smart home technology

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Tuesday, April 14th • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit )   An intellectual property (IP) protection strategy is critical to the success of an emerging technology company. The Open Source and decentralized nature of blockchain implementations does not insulate innovators from risk of patent assertions. Marc Kaufman will outline the patent landscape

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Crisis Management at the Intersection of Marketing, Privacy, Security and Reputation

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Tuesday, April 23rd • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit ) You can view the presentation materials here. Now, even more than ever, as increased numbers of people are working, schooling and playing at home or at other remote locations, the value of online and mobile advertising and promotions has increased substantially. At the same time, the

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Leases and loans feeling the COVID-19 pain

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Thursday, April 2nd • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit) With Shelter-in-Place directives causing non-essential businesses to close, this webinar addresses how borrowers, tenants, landlords, and lenders should handle their lease and loan obligations. Download the presentation slides here.   Presenter: Phillip Wang,  Phillip

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Legal watch - 10 things SMB’s should be doing now

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Tuesday, March 31st • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit) There is no playbook for dealing with once in a century events. This webinar highlights 10 important issues that SMB’s should be addressing now. Click here to download the presentation slides. Presenter: Dror Futter, Dror Futter focuses his practice on startup companies

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Seed-stage financing for life sciences ventures

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Thursday, April 16th • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit )   Learn the ins and outs of the frequently-used convertible debt financing transaction model including a line of credit component for pre-revenue start-ups.     You can view the course materials here.   Presenter: Mark Mirkin, Mark Mirkin focuses his practice on

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Software licensing

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Tuesday, April 7th • 1 PM ET - (1 CLE Credit ) Although Software as a Service has decreased the amount of Software license agreements done, Software Licensing is still a substantial part of many lawyers' practice. Software licensing is often a highly contentious and negotiated area of law. In this CLE the instructors will

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Rimon’s Complimentary CLE Webinar Series 2020

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Welcome to Rimon's Complimentary Annual CLE Webinar Series which will be held each Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm ET. Each course is presented by a Rimon Partner with extensive subject-matter experience. CLE credits: These programs are approved by the CA State Bar for 1 hour of CLE credit for each course. NY bar members are also eligible for 1 CLE

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Rimon’s Complimentary 2019 CLE Webinar Series

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Welcome to Rimon's Complimentary Annual CLE Webinar Series. Each course is presented by a Rimon Partner with extensive subject-matter experience. Read more about our team. CLE credits: These programs are approved by the CA State Bar for 1 hour of CLE credit for each course. Certification is pending in NY, but NY bar members are also

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Complimentary CLE Webinar: Law and Behavior: Ethics in Deception before the PTO, AIA Proceedings and Enforcement Presentations - Recording

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(1 CLE Credit and 1 Ethics Credit) Inequitable conduct before the USPTO and the Courts continues to be significantly ongoing. Ethics in this arena and subject is a substantial concern. Here presented is the present evolution of the problem and the historical basis for the reasons, results and unexpected remedies for such improper behavior, legal and

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Complimentary CLE Webinar: Copyright and Trademark Law: The Uncomfortable Interface - Recording

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(1 CLE Credit) Copyright and trademark law both create different federal rights that provide different terms of protection. Some courts have a difficult time evaluating when (1) both are or should be available to a plaintiff in litigation, (2) the ownership of one constitutes a defense against infringement of the other in litigation, and (3) one is or

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