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2018 Technology Law

UT Law’s 31st Annual Technology Law Conference 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 and security, and emerging technology for the latest issues affecting the industry. This year’s program features: A presentation by Texas Law Professor Robert M. Chesney on National Cybersecurity Policy and Security Issues. GDPR is Effective Today!, with updates and discussion on compliance considerations. Advanced licensing strategies and updates; plus discussion on the enforcement of open source and community licenses through copyright infringement. A look at Core Aspects of Federal Procurement Law in Technology Transactions including the new cyber-security requirements for government contractors. Practical tips for navigating ethical issues that arise in negotiating commercial and technical contracts abroad. An in-house counsel discussion on current cybersecurity challenges and trends. An easy-to-understand overview of cryptocurrencies, tokens, blockchain and other applications. The latest law and policies surrounding self-driving cars and drones. “Make or break” legal issues for startups, from entity formation to financing to regulatory compliance. Key Considerations in the Acquisition of Private Technology Companies. An essential ethics presentation on Law Firm Data Security and the Ethical Duty for Technology Competence. Multiple opportunities for networking, including the Thursday Evening Reception for all attendees. Plus, Texas attorneys can earn ALL 15.00 hours, including 3.00 hours of ethics, to fulfill their annual MCLE requirement. more



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2017 Cybersecurity

Data breaches are increasingly inevitable—and potentially devastating—to companies of all sizes. Essential Cybersecurity Law is a one-day, extensive program designed to walk through key phases and legal issues relating to breach preparedness and response. Hear directly from top officials at HHSC, DOJ, and the SEC, get the latest updates on regulatory actions and litigation, and gain detailed and practical guidance for implementing internal controls and responding to a data breach. Topics include:  Cybersecurity Regulation and Enforcement, including HIPAA Compliance and HHS Enforcement Litigation Update Internal Controls and Compliance Incidence Response and Breach Disclosure Cybersecurity Insurance Privacy and Data Security in an Increasingly Globalized World The In-House Perspective on Managing Cybersecurity If you are a practitioner, in-house counsel, or board member undertaking cybersecurity issues for your organization, this one-day course is for you. more




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2017 Technology Law

UT Law’s 30th Annual Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. more




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2016 Cybersecurity

Data breaches are increasingly inevitable—and potentially devastating—to companies of all sizes. Essential Cybersecurity Law is a one-day, extensive program designed to walk through key phases of breach preparedness and response. It provides detailed and practical guidance for implementing internal controls, developing an incident response plan, and responding to a data breach, as well as update on regulatory actions and class action litigation. Topics include: Top 10 Myths About Cybersecurity Internal Controls and Compliance HIPAA Breach Reporting Developing and Testing an Incident Response Plan Responding to a Data Breach Cybersecurity Insurance Policies Regulatory Actions and Civil Litigation Update The In-House Perspective: Latest Challenges and Solutions in Managing Cybersecurity If you are a practitioner, in-house counsel, or board member undertaking cybersecurity issues for your organization, this one-day course is for you. more




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2016 Technology Law

UT Law’s 29th Annual Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. This year's program features: Advanced licensing—learn practical negotiation and drafting strategies, including key clauses in light of recent developments Open source software licensing and developments in compliance initiatives The Evolving U.S. and EU Privacy Framework, with insight from Dell and BP International Ethical issues involved in the use and regulation of big data, as well as the intersection of data mining and political activities Cybersecurity—recent legal and regulatory developments, tips for developing and testing incident response plans, and best practices for cyber risk management Protecting Trademarks and Copyrights Online A look at how technology is changing the employee-employer relationship—agreements for protecting yourself from the “moonlighting employee,” as well as the evolving difference between employees and “end-users” when Working for the App Key Issues in Corporate Transactions, plus legal and business considerations for taking a company public A panel of U.S. District Court Judges discuss current issues in technology law and best practices as they occur in federal litigation more




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2015 Technology Law

Join a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security at UT Law’s 28th Annual Technology Law Conference for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. This year’s program features: Advanced licensing—learn practical negotiation and drafting strategies, including key clauses in light of recent developments Cloud computing—gain insight into business, legal and regulatory issues, as well as negotiation strategies for  service agreements Explore key issues and challenges that arise in spin-out and carve-out transactions What’s New with Crowdfunding and the implications of changes to the Texas Securities Act Better to Ask Forgiveness than Permission? GCs from HomeAway and Green Dot Corporation discuss the legal and ethical issues faced by tech startups with innovative business models Hear an update on the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act and get tips for minimizing risk when hiring key talent from direct competitors Responses to a Data Breach: Incident Response Planning and Advanced Preparedness Examine dispute resolution clauses used in technology transactions and gain practical advice on drafting and negotiating key contracts A distinguished panel of U.S. District Court Judges and practitioners discuss the Ethics of Electronic Discovery and New Technology Recent developments in technology case law, plus the latest on open source licensing, digital media streaming, and more more




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2014 Technology Law

UT Law’s Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. This year’s program features: Robert Scoble, Rackspace US, Inc. Startup Liaison Officer, presents Age of Context: Views of Privacy from the Future of Sensors, Wearable Computers and Big Data Explore social media’s expanding role and its related issues around technology in the workplace during Best Practices for Social Media in the Workplace with Brian Wassom of wassom.com Learn advanced licensing negotiation and practical drafting tips Hear the latest updates on risks, compliance and enforcement—FCPA, Open Source and Antitrust Essentials, as well as the new SEC rules on crowdfunding Listen to discussions on the globalization of e-Commerce, digital money and emerging electronic payment networks, and cybersecurity and liability insurance Take away the top ten things you need to know when selling a technology-focused business or patent portfolio Earn up to 3.50 hours of legal ethics credit more




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2013 Technology Law

Now in its 26th year, UT Law's Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of leading technology, licensing and M&A counsel along with experts in copyright, trademark, open source, public-private technology collaborations, and data privacy and security sophisticated and practical presentations and discussions. The program also draws a prominent audience and sponsorship from leading technology companies as well as their legal, financial and data security advisors. 2013 Program highlights include: Privacy from the Outside In—an overview of the FTC's privacy principles and enforcement activities, as presented by the Commission's Chief Privacy Officer, offers suggestions and best practices for incorporating privacy requirements into business operations Antitrust Enforcement in the Licensing and Technology Arenas—with tremendous activity in anti-trust enforcement in the technology sector this year, this session helps business executives and licensing counsel understand the evolving changes in antitrust regulation and emerging case law in patent licensing Better than Plastic-The Evolving Mobile Payments Ecosystem—with mobile payments expected to exceed $214 billion in the U.S. by 2015, the way we transact business is changing, both on and offline. Learn about the mobile payment solutions currently taking shape in the marketplace, along with the related legal and regulatory issues Patents for General Technology Lawyers-Implications of the America Invents Act—a look at the America Invents Act from the perspective of a technology lawyer, with a focus on the implications of the First-to-File régime and the impact of the new post-grant procedures for invalidating patents Town Meets Gown: Developing Successful Technology Collaborations with Universities—learn best practices as expert panelists discuss the unique aspects of working with universities and university faculty on technology collaborations, including sponsored research, technology licensing, and consulting and other direct engagement with faculty members more



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2012 Technology Law

In its 25th year, UT Law's Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of leading technology, licensing and M&A counsel along with experts in copyright, trademark, open source and advertising for two days of sophisticated and practical presentations and discussions.  The program also draws a prominent audience and sponsorship from leading technology companies as well as their legal, financial and data security advisors. 2012 Program highlights include: Anatomy of a Facebook Scam – uncover how deceptive practices used to exploit the social network earn massive advertising revenue and the legal issues associated with the scams. Advertising in the Digital Age: Privacy Snafus in Data Collection, Marketing and Messaging – learn how key federal and state regulatory enforcement and industry best practices are establishing a framework for compliance of legal privacy and consumer protection. Protecting Your Company’s Data from Hackers and Disclosure: Are You Ready for Anonymous? Contract Employees in the Technology Sector: Employment Issues, IP Protection and Export Control M&A in the Technology Sector Workshop more



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2011 Technology Law

UT Law's Technology Law Conference includes a nationally-recognized faculty and focuses on key issues involving licensing and technology agreements, opportunities for filing and litigating in European forums, open source enforcement, and managing a dispersed, mobile workforce. The 2011 program features special coverage of M&A in the tech sector, and robust sessions on third-party information-handling including privacy and security in the cloud and legal and transactional issues in mobile applications. more



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2010 Technology Law

UT Law's Technology Law Conference includes a nationally-recognized faculty and focuses on key issues involving licensing and technology agreements, trade secrets, open source compliance and litigation, outsourcing copyright and trademark, and privacy and security in the cloud. The 2010 program includes special coverage of M&A and bankruptcy in the tech sector as well as effective use of social media. more



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2009 Technology Law

The conference brings together an impressive cross-section of the industry including corporate counsel; business and technology lawyers; governmental and VC investors; and presenters from leading technology law firms and companies, e.g. Intellectual Ventures, AOL, Dell, EDS, SolarWinds, Rackspace and Cisco. This year's program includes special coverage of legal issues involving open source, cloud computing, outsourcing, and new sessions on patenting and funding of green technology investments. more



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2008 Technology Law

Join business lawyers, corporate counsel, IP and licensing practitioners at the 2008 Technology Law Conference. A nationally-recognized faculty will address the latest developments and emerging trends in the technology sector. Registration includes a superb set of conference materials, the Wednesday evening session on Internet gambling and fantasy sports, and lunch presentations on Thursday and Friday. more



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2007 Technology Law

Join business lawyers, corporate counsel, IP and licensing practitioners at the 2007 Technology Law Conference. A nationally-recognized faculty will address the latest developments and emerging trends in the technology sector, including: • Advanced licensing issues—best practices for creating successful channels and supply chains • Developing and licensing IP in China • Open source developments, including latest drafting techniques • Fee agreements in technology litigation • Internet trademark developments • Copyright and digital copyright developments, including third-party content issues with commentary from YouTube • Click fraud issues and online advertising • Import and export compliance issues • Electronic discovery—key issues and practice tips • Non-competition agreements in the tech sector • Antitrust issues in the technology sector • Accounting red flags and revenue recognition issues for technology companies • International tax strategies for developing sourcing and moving IP Registration includes a superb set of conference materials, the Wednesday evening session on advanced technology licensing, and Thursday’s lunch presentation. more



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2006 Technology Law

The 2006 Computer and Technology Law Conference brings together leading members of the high-tech sector from Austin to Silicon Valley, including IP faculty from Stanford Law School and in-house counsel from Google, for a unique gathering that blends coverage of new developments and emerging trends with practical sessions on digital copyright, nanotechnology, protecting trade secrets, open source development, VoIP, e-discovery, and licensing deals. more



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2005 Technology Law

The University of Texas School of Law's 2005 Conference Technology Law brings together leading members of the high-tech sector from Austin to Silicon Valley, including IP faculty from Stanford Law School and in-house counsel from Google, for a unique gathering that blends coverage of new developments and emerging trends. more



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2004 Technology Law

The University of Texas School of Law's 2004 Conference on Computer and Technology Law brings together leading members of the high-tech sector from Austin to Silicon Valley for a unique gathering that blends coverage of new developments and emerging trends with practical sessions on licensing, drafting, open source, business developments, M&A, and IP strategies. more



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