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?
Following the conference, attendees will receive a bonus eSupplement to ensure practitioners can earn their required 15.00/3.00 Texas MCLE hours for the year.