Friends Don't Let Friends Steal Your Intellectual Property - Brand Protection and Social Media

Date:

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Speaker(s):

Allan R. Pearlman and Natalie Sulimani, co-chairs, NYCLA's Cyberspace Committee

Location:

NYCLA
14 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10007
United States

Fee:

member $100 nonmember $150

Time:

5:30-9 pm

CLE Credits:

4 hrs

The New York County Lawyers Association plans a seminar titled Friends Don’t Let Friends Steal Your Intellectual Property -- Brand Protection in Social Media.

The event is on Tuesday, September 13, at NYCLA, 14 Vesey Street in lower Manhattan.

The program begins at 5:30 p.m. ands at 9:30 p.m.

A panel of experts will discuss using social media to successfully build brand identity. Participants will learn about business strategies employed by companies to protect their intellectual property and ways to respond when that brand is compromised, including how t respond, when to respond, how and when to deal with cybersquatting. The faculty will pay close attention to the relevant laws and case law in the realm of social media and intellectual property.

The speakers are Allan R. Pearlman and Natalie Sulimani, co-chairs, NYCLA Cyberspace Committee; Andrew Berger, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP; Sarah Feingold, Etsy, Inc.; and James Grimmelman, New York Law School, Institute for Information and Law Policy.

To register for this program visit www.nycla.org.

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