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2021 Technology Law eConference

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2021 Technology Law eConference
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UT Law CLE’s 34th Annual Technology Law Conference virtually brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners; in-house counsel from leading tech companies; and experts in open source, data privacy/security, and emerging technology for the latest issues affecting the industry. This year’s virtual program is three half-days and features:
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Legal and Ethical Considerations, including real-world examples of such concerns, the role AI and ML systems may play, and the associated legal implications
  • Compliance and Cooperation for Open Source in Business focuses on what practicing attorneys should know about the risks and rewards of using open source software, as well as contributing or releasing open-source software written by private companies.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions of Private Companies—discussions on both Recent Developments in Deal Terms and Case Law and Post-Acquisition Integration as Seen from Both Houses.
  • Living it Up in Privacy Law California: Hot Topics in CCPA and CPRA
  • Goodbye Third-Party Cookies: Why They’re Going Away, and What’s the Impact to Adtech for Our Companies?

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 12.25 | 2.50 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2022

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1. Advanced Data Licensing and Other Data-centric Transactions (Jun 2021)

Edward A. Cavazos

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Advanced Data Licensing and Other Data-centric Transactions (Jun 2021)

An overview of fundamental IP concepts as applied to data and practical pointers on drafting and negotiating agreements involving data assets.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Edward A. Cavazos, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP - Austin, TX

2. Employees, Trade Secrets, and Antitrust (Jun 2021)

Danielle Joy "DJ" Healey

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Employees, Trade Secrets, and Antitrust (Jun 2021)

Employee covenants not to compete, non-disclosure agreements, and no-poach agreements are at the intersection of trade secret and antitrust law. This presentation addresses the most recent developments on employee issues and competition as well as other trending issues in trade secret and antitrust law.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Danielle Joy "DJ" Healey, Fish & Richardson P.C. - Houston, TX

3. Section 230: Rorschach Test? (Jun 2021)

Michelle C. Lee

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Section 230: Rorschach Test? (Jun 2021)

Section 230 has been blamed as the law that gave rise to the ills of Big Tech, the root of anti-conservative bias, and the spread of rampant online misinformation. This presentation attempts to separate fact from fiction, and to look into the crystal ball to see what's next for the future of Section 230 and content-based liability in the U.S.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Michelle C. Lee, Pinterest - San Francisco, CA

4. Employment Issues Post-COVID (Jun 2021)

Jason Boulette

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Employment Issues Post-COVID (Jun 2021)

An exploration of the post-COVID workplace, including legal issues surrounding the use of technology to scan and monitor employee symptoms, implement and enforce vaccine mandates, and expand remote and dispersed work arrangements.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Jason Boulette, Boulette Golden & Marin L.L.P. - Austin, TX

5. Advanced Contract Formation in the Digital Age (Jun 2021)

Harold Federow, Michael Standard

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Advanced Contract Formation in the Digital Age (Jun 2021)

Learn how to navigate “clickwrap” agreements, the linked terms, and other digital transactions, while on the journey to contract formation. Plus, Is your technical competence sufficient? And how do you deal with vendors who won’t employ counsel?

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Harold Federow, Port of Seattle - Seattle, WA
Michael Standard, GSK - Warren, NJ

6. Compliance and Cooperation for Open Source in Business (Jun 2021)

Heather J. Meeker

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Compliance and Cooperation for Open Source in Business (Jun 2021)

This presentation covers recent developments in litigation relating to open source licensing and business, new licensing trends such as source available and ethical licensing, and the state of the art in compliance best practices. It focuses on what practicing attorneys should know about the risks and rewards of using open source software, as well as contributing or releasing open-source software written by private companies.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Heather J. Meeker, O'Melveny & Myers LLP - Menlo Park, CA

7. Mergers and Acquisitions of Private Companies: Recent Developments in Deal Terms and an Overview of SPAC Transaction Structure (Jun 2021)

J. Robert Suffoletta, Tracy Feanny, Cori Ulrich

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Mergers and Acquisitions of Private Companies: Recent Developments in Deal Terms and an Overview of SPAC Transaction Structure (Jun 2021)

Discussion of key issues in private company mergers and acquisitions, including best practices in due diligence, use of representation and warranty insurance, and an overview of structuring a SPAC transaction. The discussion includes the perspectives of internal counsel and outside M&A counsel.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

J. Robert Suffoletta, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. - West Lake Hills, TX
Tracy Feanny, NI - Austin, TX
Cori Ulrich, RealPage, Inc. - Dallas, TX

8. Mergers and Acquisitions of Private Companies: Post-Acquisition Integration (Jun 2021)

Bart W. Huffman, Erin R. Boase, Kim Erlanson

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Mergers and Acquisitions of Private Companies: Post-Acquisition Integration (Jun 2021)

Discussion from internal and outside counsel on the importance of M&A integration, including process, best practices, and the role counsel plays in identifying issues.  

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Bart W. Huffman, Reed Smith LLP - Houston, TX
Erin R. Boase, Aviat Networks - Austin, TX
Kim Erlanson, Dell Technologies - Round Rock, TX

9. The Supreme Court’s Decision in Google v. Oracle (Jun 2021)

Van Lindberg

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The Supreme Court’s Decision in Google v. Oracle (Jun 2021)

It was billed the "copyright case of the century." Now that the Supreme Court has weighed in, what is next? How broad—or narrow—is this ruling, and what does it mean for software? And what does the court's discussion of fair use mean for copyrighted works outside of software? This presentation deconstructs the Supreme Court's opinion to identify exactly what the Supreme Court said—and where the next battle lines are likely to be drawn.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Van Lindberg, Taylor English Duma LLP - San Antonio, TX

10. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Legal and Ethical Considerations (Jun 2021)

Hong Shi, Adam Berry, Maria De-Arteaga

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Legal and Ethical Considerations (Jun 2021)

How can people help AI to avoid picking up bad habits or worse, perpetuating discrimination? AI and ML are transforming people’s daily lives, but at the same time raise legal and ethical concerns like bias and discrimination, fairness, IP ownership, and data rights and privacy. This panel discusses real-world examples of such concerns, the role AI and ML systems may play, and the associated legal implications.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Hong Shi, Haynes and Boone, LLP - Austin, TX
Adam Berry, Fourth - Austin, TX
Maria De-Arteaga, The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business - Austin, TX

11. Living it Up in Privacy Law California: Hot Topics in CCPA and CPRA (Jun 2021)

Devika Kornbacher, Thomas Cioce, David Manek

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Living it Up in Privacy Law California: Hot Topics in CCPA and CPRA (Jun 2021)

California continues to lead the way in passing comprehensive data privacy legislation at the state level. The recently passed CPRA is no exception. This panel covers the recent developments in enforcement actions under the CCPA, preparing for compliance with the CPRA, and a reminder of other existing California privacy laws, such as Shine the Light and the California Online Privacy Protection Act.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Devika Kornbacher, Vinson & Elkins LLP - Houston, TX
Thomas Cioce, National Football League - New York, NY
David Manek, Ankura Consulting Group - Chicago, IL

12. Freedom of Motion? Global Developments in International Data Transfer (Jun 2021)

Lisa E. Zolidis, Nicholas Accomando, Andreas Splittgerber

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Freedom of Motion? Global Developments in International Data Transfer (Jun 2021)

Just when you think you’ve got things straight for protecting personal data that must cross borders in business, the regulators, legislators, and courts change up the rules. This panel discusses what steps companies can take to assess and simplify their international data transfers in this evolving global landscape, as well as give some more detailed insights into such developments as the July 2020 Schrems II (III) decision, new draft EU Model Clauses, Brexit implications, the ASEAN voluntary Model Clauses, Japan’s APPI amendments and more. 

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Lisa E. Zolidis, NI - Austin, TX
Nicholas Accomando, GSK - Raleigh, NC
Andreas Splittgerber, Reed Smith - Munich, Germany

13. New Administration Changes Impacting Technology (Jun 2021)

Shiva Aminian, Jennifer L. Richter

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New Administration Changes Impacting Technology (Jun 2021)

New leadership in Washington, in the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Aviation Administration, as well as the Commerce, Treasury, and State Departments, is expected to impact regulation and oversight of technologies every company uses, and the technology sector, in a number of ways. In this presentation, learn more about the issues that are top of mind in Washington and how you can prepare for them.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Shiva Aminian, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP - Los Angeles, CA
Jennifer L. Richter, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP - Washington, DC

14. Goodbye Third-Party Cookies: Why They’re Going Away, and What’s the Impact to Adtech for our Companies? (Jun 2021)

Elizabeth Rogers, Cynthia Cole, Rebecca L. Gerard

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Goodbye Third-Party Cookies: Why They’re Going Away, and What’s the Impact to Adtech for our Companies? (Jun 2021)

The passage of the GDPR and the CCPA forced businesses to make operational and structural changes on their websites that accomplished the lawmakers’ desired effect of granting consumers greater choice over the data that is collected during a website visit. Industry and legal experts discuss what’s next now that the Cookies are crumbling. Will concepts like a universal personal ID satisfy the rigid consent requirements of the GDPR and other privacy laws that regulate tracking technologies? Tune in to the conversation and the solutions they are implementing to help the adtech industry survive.

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Elizabeth Rogers, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP - Austin, TX
Cynthia Cole, Baker Botts - Palo Alto, CA
Rebecca L. Gerard, Walgreens Co. - Deerfield, IL

15. Emerging Trends in Incident Response: Active Defense, Ransomware Mitigation, and Security in a Remote-Work World (Jul 2021)

Anthony D. Glosson, Allyn Lynd

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Emerging Trends in Incident Response: Active Defense, Ransomware Mitigation, and Security in a Remote-Work World (Jul 2021)

This discussion addresses emerging issues in incident response including: What constitutes active defense? What are the legal and practical limitations on active defense? What are some examples of active defense in the real world? How is ransomware changing the cybersecurity landscape? What issues should organizations consider when deciding whether and how to pay ransoms? How has the threat profile changed as a result of increased remote work over the last year?

Originally presented at: May 2021 Technology Law Conference

Anthony D. Glosson, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP - Atlanta, GA
Allyn Lynd, Lodestone - Lewisville, TX

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