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(Day 1, Panel 1) Impacts of AI’s Rapid Rise in the Life Sciences

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 1) Impacts of AI’s Rapid Rise in the Life Sciences Occurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Michelle Chen, In Silico Hans Sauer, BIO AJ Tibbetts, Greenberg Traurig

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  • 60
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  • 11/1/25
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(Day 1, Panel 2) Licensing and Deals Update: Universities and Private Parties

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 2) Licensing and Deals Update: Universities and Private Parties Occurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Ryan Daniel, Fresenius Kabi Georgina Jones Suzuki, Ropes & Gray Todd Trattner, Gibson Dunn

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  • 53
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(Day 1, Panel 3) Life Sciences Funding Models and Mechanisms

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 3) Life Sciences Funding Models and MechanismsOccurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Paul Billings, Biological Dynamics Vern Norviel, WSGR

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  • 38
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  • 11/1/25
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(Day 1, Panel 4) Amgen One Year Out: What Have We Learned?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 4) Amgen One Year Out: What Have We Learned? Occurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Doug Behrens, Covington Sabrina Poulos, Goodwin Moderator: Allison Schmitt, BCLT

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  • 51
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  • 11/1/25
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(Day 1, Panel 5) Obviousness-Type Double Patenting post-Cellect: Strategies and Best Practices

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 5) Obviousness-Type Double Patenting post-Cellect: Strategies and Best Practices Occurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Gabrielle LaHatte, Latham Meghan McLean Poon, MoFo

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  • 51
    Min.
  • 11/1/25
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(Day 1, Panel 6) Anti-Counterfeiting & Patient Safety

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 1, Panel 1) Impacts of AI’s Rapid Rise in the Life Sciences Occurred May 21, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Lori Mayall, Gilead Eva Yin, WSGR David Light, Valisure

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  • 58
    Min.
  • 11/1/25
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(Day 2, Panel 1) Interplay of Patent and Regulatory Exclusivity: National and Global Considerations

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 2, Panel 1) Interplay of Patent and Regulatory Exclusivity: National and Global Considerations Occurred May 22, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Kurt Karst, Hyman, Phelps & McNamara Joel Silver, Gilead Michael Stern, Covington Moderator: Allison Schmitt, BCLT

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  • 85
    Min.
  • 11/1/25
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(Day 2, Panel 2) Future Pandemic Preparedness: Use of IP and Data

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 2, Panel 2) Future Pandemic Preparedness: Use of IP and Data Occurred May 22, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Allison Schmitt, BCLT Richard Wilder, Georgetown/UNH

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  • 83
    Min.
  • 11/1/25
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(Day 2, Panel 3) Trade Secrets v. Patents

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2nd BCLT's Advanced Patent Law Institute (Day 2, Panel 3) Trade Secrets v. PatentsOccurred May 22, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Topical questions to speakers can be sent via their firm biopages or LinkedIn profiles hyperlinked within the agenda and slide deck. Rapid advancement in life sciences technologies has made keeping up with the legal implications more important than ever.  Join us for the 2nd BCLT Advanced Life Sciences Institute, where you will learn from the experts about cutting-edge issues impacting your life sciences practice. Our programming will share key insights and best practices related to the rapid rise of AI in the life sciences and new trends for licensing, deals, and life sciences funding models. We will also have experts reviewing key developments in the law (Section 112, obviousness-type double patenting), anti-counterfeiting and patient safety, and the ever-complex interplay of regulatory and IP exclusivities.  Finally, don’t miss our in-depth discussions on future pandemic preparedness and use of trade secrets v. patents for portfolio protection!   Speakers: Gargi Talukder, Orrick Sue Wang, Sidley

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  • 56
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - An Overview of the International Privacy Landscape: A Comparative Perspective

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

While regulators around the world are interested in protecting privacy, their approaches vary significantly.  How can a company with global users manage these differences?  And what should we anticipate for future differences.  This session explains some of the key differences,  why they exist, and what could happen in the future.  Speakers: Catherine Di Lorenzo, Allen & Overy Professor Jennifer Urban, Berkeley Law & California Privacy Protection Agency   Catharina Glugla, Allen & Overy (Moderator)

  • On-Demand
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  • 58
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Biometric Privacy Abroad

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

This session provides a summary of the key global regulations around biometric data.  From the EU to China to Australia, this session addresses the developments that you need to know about. Speaker: Susan Hintze, Hintze Law

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  • 28
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Biometric Privacy in the U.S.

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The regulation of biometric data continues to be a hot issue -- and one that is deeply personal to those seeking additional regulations.  What are the key regulations?  And what are the most likely emerging regulations?  From Illinois to Texas to Washington, this session addresses the developments that you need to know about. Speaker: Tatiana Rice, Future of Privacy Forum

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  • 29
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Children's Privacy in the U.S.

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The U.S. regulations around protecting children's privacy are some of the most inconsistent privacy regulations.  They are also some of the fastest evolving.  Compliance in one jurisdiction may very well be a catastrophic violation in another jurisdiction.  And compliance yesterday could be a violation today.  This session explains the evolving sources of children's privacy law that lawyers need to watch carefully. Speakers: Julie O’Neill, Morrison Foerster Kalinda Raina, LinkedIn

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  • 36
    Min.
  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Children’s Privacy Around the World

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The worldwide regulations around protecting children's privacy are some of the most inconsistent privacy regulations.  They are also some of the fastest evolving.  Compliance in one jurisdiction may very well be a catastrophic violation in another jurisdiction.   And compliance yesterday could be a violation today.  This session explains the evolving sources of children's privacy law that lawyers need to watch carefully. Speakers: Meghan Farmer, Kilpatrick Townsend Rohan Massey, Ropes & Gray

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  • 30
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - EU Privacy Law: What’s Next for EU-US Data Transfers?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Where are we for EU-US data transfers and how did we get here?  Understanding the past gives us a better idea about the meaning of the current regulations.  This session guides us through the past and gives guidance on what could come next. Speakers: Vinod Bange, Baker McKenzie Professor Niko Härting, HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte

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  • 50
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Federal Privacy Enforcement Trends

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

The FTC is showing ever-increasing interest in consumer privacy.  The FTC currently has an ambitious enforcement agenda with a sharp focus on Big Tech and AI.  The FTC is also showing a willingness to aggressively use its power to create new regulations.  This session describes the issues that lawyers should monitor and the places to get involved with the development of new regulations. Speakers: Kristin Madigan, Crowell Kirk Nahra, WilmerHale

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  • 60
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Privacy Protection in Geopolitical Uncertainty: Data and China

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

China's new regulations present significant risks for companies working with personal data in China.  Mapping a way forward will be key to compliance with the existing regulations and to anticipating the evolution of those regulations.  This session provides guidance on a practical path forward. Speakers: Sherry Gong, Hogan Lovells Ed McNicholas, Ropes and Gray

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  • 53
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - State Privacy Law Developments: California

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

California continues to lead the nation with state-level privacy regulations.  This unique session pairs one of the main forces behind California's privacy regulations, Alastair MacTaggart, with Professor Lothar Determann.  As California moves from the development phase to the enforcement phase, what can privacy lawyers expect?  And what new regulations are on the horizon?  This session helps answer these important questions. Speakers: Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie & Berkeley Law Alastair Mactaggart, Californians for Consumer Privacy & California Privacy Protection Agency

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  • 38
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  • 9/16/24
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11th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum - State Privacy Law Developments: Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

As multiple states launch their own privacy regulations, how can privacy lawyers keep up and comply with these sometimes inconsistent regulations?  And more importantly, how can you keep up with each state and the evolving regulations?  In this session, you can hear from those involved in the rulemaking process and from those trying to keep up. Speakers: Stevie DeGroff, Colorado Attorney General's Office Randy Sabett, Cooley

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  • 27
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  • 9/16/24
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 1 - Panel 1) In-house Trends in Privacy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 7, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Hope Anderson, White & CaseSheila Jambekar, DayforceMaco Stewart, Salesforce   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

  • On-Demand
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  • 46
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 1 - Panel 2) In-house Trends in Cybersecurity

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 7, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: James Dempsey, Berkeley LawFran Faircloth, Ropes & GrayGabriel Gonzalez, Berkeley Law/UC Berkeley   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 48
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 1 - Panel 4) In-house Trends in European Privacy Compliance

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 7, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Ruth Boardman, Bird & BirdPaul Lanois, UC Law SF/FieldfisherMichael Hamilton, AdobePaola Zeni, RingCentral   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 46
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 1 - Panel 6) SEC Cybersecurity: Compliance Best Practices

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 7, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Tracy Davis, Wag! Group Co.Amy Longo, Ropes & GrayF. Paul Pittman, White & CaseAbdul Hafiz, White & Case   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 41
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 1 - Panel 7) Navigating the Increasingly Complex Framework of Consumer Data Privacy Laws

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 7, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Heather Deixler, Latham & WatkinsBrian Emeott, LyftJoseph Hansen, Latham & Watkins   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 45
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  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 2 - Panel 2) Data Protection and Usage for Minors

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 14, 2024 US-focus Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Hope Anderson, White & CaseAnna Morgan, Bird & BirdAaron Ting, ActBlue   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 48
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  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 2 - Panel 5) AI Governance: US vs. EU

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 14, 2024 US-focus Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Shima Abbady, Bird & BirdHope Anderson, White & CaseEdward Machin, Ropes & GrayDavid Rothenberg, Snap   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 48
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  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 3 - Panel 1) The Big 5: Overview of EU Data Laws (Part 1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 15, 2024 Global-focus Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Deirdre Kilroy, Bird & Bird   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

  • On-Demand
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  • 60
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 3 - Panel 2) The Big 5: Overview of EU Data Laws (Part 2.1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 15, 2024 Global-focus Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Deirdre Kilroy, Bird & Bird   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 60
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: (Day 3 - Panel 2) The Big 5: Overview of EU Data Laws (Part 2.2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured March 15, 2024 Global-focus Event Information | Agenda | Resources General CLE & CPE Credits Available With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists.   Speakers: Emerald De Leeuw Goggin, Logitech   Thank you to the 12th Annual Privacy Law Forum Sponsors! (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)  

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  • 25
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  • 3/7/25
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1st Annual BCLT Cyber Security Lecture: Fancy Bear Goes Phishing

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured on April 4, 2024   What makes the internet so vulnerable? How can we respond? Shapiro show us the hackers’ tool kits and offers new answers to those vital questions. This will be a lively discussion of the future of hacking, espionage, and war, and of how to live in an era of cybercrime.   Guest Speaker: Scott J. Shapiro, Southmayd Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, Yale University Discussants: Michael Rubin, Global Co-Chair of the Privacy & Cyber Practice and Global Vice Chair of the Technology Industry Group, Latham & Watkins    Josephine Wolff, Associate Professor of Cybersecurity Policy and Computer Science, Engineering, and Director or the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University Moderator: Paul Schwartz, Jefferson E. Peyser Professor of Law, Co-Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Berkeley Law    

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  • 104
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  • 10/1/25
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2022 APLI: [Litigation] IP licensing and settlements; troublesome terms


2022 APLI's Litigation Track IP licensing and settlements; troublesome terms   Speakers: Mark Mao, Practice Lead, Boies Schiller Flexner Irene Yang, Partner, Sidley Austin

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  • 23
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  • 9/27/24
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2022 APLI: [Prosecution] Key updates on U.S. patent prosecution techniques

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2022 APLI's Prosecution Track Key updates on U.S. patent prosecution techniques   Speakers: Eugene Kim, Senior Director of IP, Twilio Brad Lytle, Partner, Xsensus Janet Xiao, Partner and Head of China Life Sciences, Morrison Foerster

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  • 43
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  • 9/27/24
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2022 APLI: [Prosecution] Spec drafting and 101--a litigator's plea to prosecutors

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2022 APLI's Prosecution Track Spec drafting and 101--a litigator's plea to prosecutors   Speakers: April Isaacson, Office Managing Partner, Kilpatrick Greg Lantier, Partner, WilmerHale

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  • 27
    Min.
  • 9/27/24
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2022 APLI: 101 Developments and the Future

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

101 Developments and the Future Speakers: Carrie Williamson, Deputy Managing Partner, DLA Piper Jane Qu, Partner, Van Pelt, Yi & James

  • On-Demand
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  • 30
    Min.
  • 9/27/24
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2022 APLI: Patent Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Patent Year in Review Speakers: Mark Lemley, Director, Program in Law, Science & Technology, Stanford Law

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  • 45
    Min.
  • 9/27/24
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2022 APLI: PTO Leadership--Limits of the Office and Political Processes

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

PTO Leadership--Limits of the Office and Political Processes Speakers: Joe Matal, Partner, Haynes & Boone Terry Rea, Partner, Crowell & Moring

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  • 45
    Min.
  • 9/27/24
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Biometrics Regulatory Update (Panel 4)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Ramya Chandrasekhar, BCLT, CNRS (France)

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  • 44
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  • 6/2/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Genetic Privacy in the Civil Contexts (Panel 6)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Anya Prince, Iowa Law

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  • 19
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Genetic Privacy in the Criminal Contexts (Panel 5)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Andrea Roth, Berkeley Law

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  • 24
    Min.
  • 6/2/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Housekeeping

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!

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  • 3
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — KEYNOTE FTC Litigation & Enforcement (Panel 3)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Robin "Bobbi" Rosen Spector, FTC Abby Smith, Berkeley Law (2026)

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  • 41
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Navigation of Health Data Laws Beyond HIPAA (Panel 1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Amy de la Lama, Bryan Cave Danielle Manner, Gilead

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  • 65
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Prognostication Panel: What’s Next for Life Sciences Privacy? (Panel 7)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Lokke Moerel, Morrison & Foerster Allison Schmitt, BCLT Shannon Yavorsky, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe

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  • 61
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences — Spotlight on Life Sciences Privacy Litigation & Enforcement (Panel 2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

2023 BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Life ScienceRecorded November 14, 2023 CLE and CPE credit will be offered! Event Information | Agenda This fall, BCLT’s Life Sciences Law & Policy Center and Privacy Law at Berkeley are excited to launch the new BCLT Privacy Law Forum - Life Sciences conference!  Building on the success of the Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum (which regularly sees many thousands of registrants), the Privacy Law Forum: Life Sciences conference will explore key issues at the interface of life sciences technologies and privacy and cybersecurity legal regimes.  In-house counsel, practitioners, regulators, and academics will join to share their perspectives, research, and analysis of what you need to know now to handle urgent privacy concerns, and what you will want to watch for the future.  This is a must-view program for anyone who is encountering privacy issues in the context of the life sciences ecosystem. For specific program questions, please email bclt@berkeley.edu or bclt@law.berkeley.edu!   Speakers Hale Melnick, Wilson Sonsini Tracy Shapiro, Wilson Sonsini

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  • 28
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  • 6/2/25
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2023 US Geolocation Privacy

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Presented by: Womble Bond Dickinson With new regulations coming on line and more on the horizon, geolocation data is a hotspot for personal data regulation.   This session brings us a fascinating discussion about the different sensitivities around geolocation data and how those differences could impact product development and personal privacy.  What next?  This session helps get started with the answers. Speakers: Ted Claypoole, Womble Bond Dickinson Katie Hyman, Womble Bond Dickinson   General CLE and IAPP (CPE) Credit Available: Credit certificates will be automatically emailed to attendees once the viewing has been completed. Please check if your email is up-to-date in your account settings. Certificates can also be found in the 'My Programs' section once viewing has been completed. IAPP (CPE) Directions: Can be found in the materials section

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  • 40
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  • 12/1/25
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2024 David E. Nelson Memorial Lecture


Program occured on March 20, 2024 Event Information   How can we best fulfill the Constitution's mandate to promote the “progress of science and the useful arts”? In this public lecture, Professor Colleen Chien will argue for a shift in our understanding of "progress" to emphasize the importance of a diversity of innovators to the enterprise of innovation. She’ll talk about the “innovator-inventor gap,” the much lower rate at which women and underrepresented innovators become inventors, and steps lawmakers, policymakers, and companies can take to ensure that the best ideas, from all innovators, are considered and developed. The lecture will also highlight the work of the Diversity Pilots Initiative (diversity pilots.org), a partnership among leading academics and companies to foster inclusion in innovation through empirical research methods, including randomized control trials.   Join BCLT for the 2024 David E. Nelson Memorial Lecture. This not-to-be-missed annual event will once again be held at the spectacular University Club, atop the California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. Introductions will be made by Andrew Perito (Morrison Foerster) and Edlene Miguel (IP Law Society and Women in Tech Law, UC Berkeley School of Law).

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  • 84
    Min.
  • 9/1/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 10) AI and the practice of law: ethical and practical issues

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 10: AI and the practice of law: ethical and practical issues CA Legal Ethics MCLE Credit Available   Speakers: Colleen Chien, Berkeley Law Lisa Ouellette, Stanford Law Bijal Vikal, Allen & Overy Moderator: Miriam Kim, Munger, Tolles & Olson   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 49
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 3) Enablement & written-description requirements in a post-Amgen world

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 3: Enablement & written-description requirements in a post-Amgen world   Speakers: Chris Mammen, Womble Bond Dickinson Allison Schmitt, Berkeley Law Jill Schmidt, Genentech Maya Skubatch, Wilson Sonsini   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 45
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 6) World Intellectual Property Organization, International Guide to Patent Case Management

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 6: World Intellectual Property Organization, International Guide to Patent Case Management   Speakers: Judge Jeremy Fogel (Ret.), Berkeley Law Peter Menell, Berkeley Law Eun-Joo Min, WIPO Judicial Institute   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 43
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 8) Protecting trade secrets through contracts: employment agreements and NDAs

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 8: Protecting trade secrets through contracts: employment agreements and NDAs   Speakers: Bethan Hopewell, Powell Gilbert Jeff Pade, Paul Hastings Bessie Ye, King & Wood Mallesons   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 28
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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24th Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute: (Day 1, Panel 9) Patent Law Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured December 7-8, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Day 1 Panel 9: Patent Law Year in Review   Speakers: Mark Lemley, Stanford Law   NOTE: B-CLE is only certified to give credit for California. If you are seeking credit for another jurisdiction, please check with your state bar to determine if California CLE credits are recognized, through reciprocity, in your jurisdiction.

  • On-Demand
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  • 53
    Min.
  • 6/20/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Designing Rules for Content Moderation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Panel 1: How the DSA Shifts Responsibilities of Online Service Platforms Speaker: Martin Husovec, London School of Economics Moderator: Erik Stallman, Berkeley Law School  

  • On-Demand
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  • 72
    Min.
  • 1/28/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: General DSA Architecture and Approach

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: Martin Senftleben, University of Amsterdam

  • On-Demand
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  • 41
    Min.
  • 10/8/24
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Rules for Hosting Providers, Online Platforms and Very Large Online Platforms

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: Martin Husovec, London School of Economics

  • On-Demand
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  • 35
    Min.
  • 10/7/24
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A discussion of truth and accountability programs as an intervention to detoxify a workplace

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

This dialogue features Kelly Dermody (Managing Partner of the San Francisco office of Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP.) and Ann Noel (Former General Counsel, California Fair Employment and Housing Commission). The discussion dives into truth and accountability programs in the private employment and institutional setting.   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting    If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 60
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  • 8/7/24
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A Global Report on Sexual Harassment/Violence: Seven experts from five continents

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A discussion between seven experts from around the world regarding a global report on sexual harassment and violence. Speakers (bios linked): Natasha de Silvia (Australia) Puja Kapai (Hong Kong) Katharina Miller (Spain) Robin Runge (US) Furaha-Joy Sekai Sangweme (Tanzania) Purna Sen (United Nations) Karen Vandekerchkhove (Belgium) Rachel Vogelstein (US)   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu  

  • On-Demand
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  • 105
    Min.
  • 7/23/24
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AI as an Inventing Tool: AI as a tool to promote fair access to the patent system (Panel4/Closing)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Prof. Colleen ChienBCLT, Berkeley Law   Prof. Keith RobinsonWake Forest University School of Law

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  • 38
    Min.
  • 6/3/25
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AI as an Inventing Tool: AI’s challenges to Patent law – Inventorship (Panel 2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Prof. Dennis CrouchUniversity of Missouri School of Law Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law Nalini MummalaneniUSPTO Moderator Prof. Robert MergesBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 59
    Min.
  • 6/3/26
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AI as an Inventing Tool: Beyond Inventorship (Panel 3)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Ali AlemozafarPartner, Wilson Sonsini Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law Prof. Peter LeeUC Davis Law Prof. Robert MergesBCLT, Berkeley Law Moderator Prof. Colleen ChienBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 51
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  • 6/3/25
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AI as an Inventing Tool: Using AI as an inventing tool – the technological basis (Panel 1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Calvin ChinFounding Partner, E14 ventures Ali Madani, PhDCEO, Profluent Moderator Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 50
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  • 6/3/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: Tech Transactions Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 21, 2023   Focus Areas: IP, Tech, & Life Sciences Transactions Privacy & Cybersecurity   Speakers: Chelsea André-Vandenberg, Cooley Tracy Rubin, Cooley   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 71
    Min.
  • 1/23/25
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BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023: U.S. Privacy Year in Review

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Week 3 Premiered June 21, 2023   Focus Areas: Privacy & Cybersecurity Trade, Regulation, & Competition   Speakers: Fran Faircloth, Ropes & Gray Edward McNicholas, Ropes & Gray   Have specific questions regarding a topic? Please feel free to contact the speakers in the hyperlinks provided. View the Agenda and Focus Area Categories of BCLT's IP & Tech Month 2023.   IAPP Directions in Attachments

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  • 48
    Min.
  • 1/15/25
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Biotechnology & Inventorship – What You Need To Know | Inventorship Determinations: Disputes and Best Practices (Part 1)


Part 1: Inventorship Determinations: Disputes and Best Practices In part one, Inventorship Determinations: Disputes and Best Practices, join BCLT Life Sciences Director Allison Schmitt in conversation with Brent Sokol, an experienced biotech litigator, and Micheal Hebert, a leading life science patent prosecutor. We discuss the legal standard for inventorship, provide case examples, and share best practices for determining inventorship and handling disputes during prosecution.

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  • 64
    Min.
  • 4/4/25
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Biotechnology & Inventorship – What You Need To Know | Trade Secrets and Inventorship: Disputes and Best Practices (Part 2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Part 2: Trade Secrets and Inventorship: Disputes and Best Practices In part two, Trade Secrets and Inventorship: Disputes and Best Practices, join BCLT Life Sciences Director Allison Schmitt in conversation with Brent Sokol, an experienced biotech litigator, and Greg Bombard, a widely-recognized trade secret trial lawyer provide an overview of trade secret law. We recommend best practices for trade secret protection, and explore inventorship issues as they arise in the context of trade secret disputes.

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  • 75
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  • 4/4/25
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Biotechnology & Inventorship – What You Need To Know | Transactions and Inventorship: Best Practices for Diligence and Covenants (Part 3)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Part 3: Transactions and Inventorship: Best Practices for Diligence and Covenants In part three, Transactions and Inventorship: Best Practices for Diligence and Covenants, join BCLT Life Sciences Director Allison Schmitt in conversation with Brent Sokol, an experienced biotech litigator, and Prashant Girinath, a top life sciences patent strategist. We examine the law of inventorship, recommend best practices for transaction readiness and diligence, and provide case examples in which an inventorship dispute impacted a commercial transaction.

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  • 70
    Min.
  • 4/4/25
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Commercial digital wellness

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Panel 3: A deep-dive into biometrics in digital wellness technologies. A legal expert, social science expert and computer science expert delve into the ways in which biometrics are generated and used for digital wellness and the legal regulation of these activities in the USA.

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  • 58
    Min.
  • 10/16/24
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Cybersecurity, SEC disclosures, and the Boardroom

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Tuesday, September 12, 202311:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PT) Presented by Womble Bond Dickinson General CLE Credit and CPE Credit Available The SEC’s new rules on cybersecurity disclosures provide a threshold level of good-governance practices.  They also leave those preparing 8-Ks and 10-Ks with significant ambiguity and risks. Ted Claypoole of Womble Bond Dickinson gives us an introduction to the SEC rules and the new role–at least new for some–of the board, corporate attorneys, and cybersecurity professionals.

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  • 30
    Min.
  • 3/7/25
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Digital ID and service delivery

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Panel 1: A deep-dive into biometrics and Digital ID. Legal and social science experts discuss biometrics-based Digital ID in India, Brazil and USA. They also discuss what regulation of Digital ID should achieve to ensure fair, non-discriminatory and privacy-enhancing use of biometric data.

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  • 57
    Min.
  • 10/16/24
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Dispute resolution through community conflict resolution

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

Part II of the 2023 Sexual Harassment Program presents a panel of members of the Community Conflict Resolutions Unit (CCRU) of the California Civil Rights Department (bios linked): Marquez Equalibria (Assistant Deputy Director, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department), Christina Teixeira (Fair Employment and Housing Counsel, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department), and Greg Mann (Senior Fair Employment and Housing Counsel, Dispute Resolution Division, CA Civil Rights Department). The panel gives an overview of their work at the CCRU and techniques for successful conflict resolution. The first panel is followed by a second, which discusses the work of the Dispute Resolutions Unit, presented by Chhaya Malik (Deputy of Dispute Resolution, CA Civil Rights Department). Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting    If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu

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  • 8/8/24
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Facial recognition and AI

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Panel 2: A survey of biometrics in facial recognition AI applications. Legal and social science experts from India, Brazil, Asia-Pacific, USA and EU discuss the ways in which biometrics are used for facial recognition, the actors involved in this AI ecosystem, the types of regulation we are seeing, and the social effects of both the technology and the regulations.  

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  • 10/16/24
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: (Keynote) Orly Lobe

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE The author of “The Equality Machine” will offer her perspectives on societal benefits of AI and reflections on today’s demonstration and panel presentations. -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speaker Orly Lobel, University of San Diego Law School

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  • 4/24/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: (Panel 1) Disruptive Technologies

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Focus on ways in which societies have adapted to previous disruptive technologies and the prospects of societal adaptations to generative AI technologies -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speaker Tyler Ochoa, Santa Clara University School of Law Matthew Sag, Emory Law School Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law School

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  • 4/23/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: (Panel 2) Artistic Uses of Generative AI

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Discussion of pro-social and pro-creativity uses of AI. -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speaker Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley Alexander Reben, Stochastic Labs   Ajay Jain, Genmo 

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  • 4/2/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: Demonstration and Q&A session about the Picasso AI reconstruction project

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speakers Anthony Bourached, University College, LondonDavid Stork, Stanford University

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  • 4/24/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: Framing Remarks

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Focus on the current state of discourse about generative AI. So far, it has largely focused on various societal risks and the copyright lawsuits, but more attention is needed to understand why some authors and artists are using generative AI to enhance their creative outputs. -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. SpeakerChristopher Jon Sprigman, NYU Law School

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  • 4/1/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: Wrap-up & Conclusions

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Audio difficulties - cut off Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speaker Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law School Christopher Jon Sprigman, NYU Law School

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  • 4/24/25
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ID&E in Tech: Steps Tech Employers Can Take to Reach Their ID&E Goals


DEI CLE credits available Tech company employers are facing pressure to accelerate progress on their ID&E goals, not only to address the disparate impacts arising from the pandemic, but also to advance ID&E as workplaces engage in post-pandemic transformation. What key actions can today's tech employers take to develop and meet meaningful ID&E goals? How does the tech industry compare to other industries? How do trends in the U.S. compare to global trends? Baker McKenzie answers these questions by level-setting with meaningful survey data from compliance, legal, HR, and diversity professionals around the globe. (This data is available with the program materials.) One key takeaway: though progress is being made, it is slower than most management teams want. Another key takeaway: measuring and tracking ID&E data is imperative to promoting ID&E growth in tech. Marredia Crawford and Autumn Sharp walk us through several important considerations for tech employers looking to advance their ID&E goals--from the necessity of using a data-informed strategy, to legal and employee trust issues around ID&E data collection, to the benefits of pay equity audits and employee resource groups. Whether you are starting a new program or looking to improve an existing ID&E initiative, this webcast is a great guide.

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  • 10/26/24
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Navigating the Maze of New Cyber & Privacy Regulations

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Presented by Baker McKenzie Thinking about privacy and data regulation as a career path?  What does that path really look like?  And what will it look like in a few years?  Privacy law is one of the fastest developing and changing areas of law.  Understanding what that means for a career path can be challenging.  This session provides important guidance. Speakers: Cynthia Cole, Baker McKenzie Brittney Justice, Baker McKenzie

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  • 10/4/24
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Talk II: Commercialization Landscape of Gen-AI 2024

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured on April 30, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Presented by Asia IP & Competition Law Center ITalk II was dedicated to unraveling the emerging commercialization landscape of Gen-AI. This talk featured insights from two vanguards in the field: Di Li, the visionary Founder and CEO of XiaoIce, Microsoft’s renowned AI spinoff, and Chlon Tang, the esteemed Founding / Managing Partner of Berkeley SkyDeck Fund. Together with Yuan, they explored the transformative journey of Gen-AI from cutting-edge technological novelty to indispensable market solutions. As the initial excitement surrounding AI technologies gradually gives way to a demand for real value and comprehensive user experiences, the speakers dissected the critical elements driving the success of Gen-AI ventures, delved into the emergence of killer applications, and shared strategies for creating deep value that fosters active user engagement. This session illuminated the path towards building enduring businesses and innovation in the Gen-AI ecosystem, highlighting the notable approaches and mindsets required to navigate this rapidly evolving commercial landscape. Hopefully, this talk will provide our audience with a deeper understanding of how Gen-AI is starting to reshape innovative and creative industries.   Discussants:  Li Di, Xiaoice Dr. Yuan Hao, BCLT Chon Tang, Berkeley SkyDeck

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Talk III: How Fair is “Fair Use” in the AI Age?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured on April 30, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Presented by Asia IP & Competition Law Center Conventionally, the fair use doctrine has been serving as a safety valve in balancing the copyright protection of expressive creativity and necessary access for cumulative creativity. Despite the modern US Copyright Act’s legislative intent of having broad exclusive rights and narrow limitations however, for some reasons in past decades the supposedly limited fair use doctrine has turned essentially into a  broad transformativeness test, i.e. the secondary work is transformative as a matter of law “[i]f looking at the works side-by-side, the secondary work has a different character, a new expression, and employs new aesthetics with [distinct] creative and communicative results.” This simplistic inquiry has arguably caused, among other confusions, a serious collision between authors’ right to derivative works and the transformative-use dominated fair use defense. This collision is likely to be further exacerbated with the rapid deployment of generative AI tools in the creative industry, where consumption of large amount of copyrighted works (as “raw materials”) in the training process has been forcefully argued by some as fair use, due to the “transformativeness” of the AI outputs. But is this “fair use” indeed fair, particularly in light of the fact that many such AI outputs constitute competitive commodities with the original copyrighted works created by human artists?  On a deeper level, is such a broad fair use doctrine consistent with the principles of the IP system that has been running for centuries to incentivize and honor human creativity? In the wake of Warhol v. Goldsmith, a landmark case in which the US Supreme Court took great pains to clarify the decade-long confusion prevalent in the interplay of fair use and author’s right to derivative works, please join me in an in-depth discussion with my esteemed Berkeley colleagues Prof. Peter Menell, Prof. Robert Merges: how fair is “fair use” in the AI age?   Discussants:  Dr. Yuan Hao, BCLT Prof. Peter Menell, BCLT Prof. Robert Merges, BCLT

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The Law of Using Third Party Content and Data for Training Algorithms and Generative AI

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

IAPP Directions in Materials Section With the rush to use AI technology, many are exposing themselves to unnecessary risks.  Undoubtedly, the exact boundaries of permissible uses are still in flux.  Some boundaries, however, are already well marked.  Developers are simply ignoring them.  In this wonderful program, Ian Ballon describes the boundaries that we know and the boundaries that have yet to be set.  He even gives important tips about dealing with these boundaries in typical tech transactions and product development. Speaker: Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig

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  • 4/10/25
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The Legal Ethics of Independent Workplace Investigations

  • Author/Instructor:  Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law

A discussion between three experts regarding unbiased and independent workplace investigatons, which includes 1 hour of ethics credit. Speakers (bios linked):  Amy Oppenheimer, Founder and Partner of Oppenheimer Investigations Group, a California law firm Mark Tuft, Certified Legal Malpractice Specialist and Partner at Womble Bond Dickinson Tanya Venter, Advocate of the High Court and CEO of Tokiso   Thank you to our conference benefactors: Oppenheimer Investigations Group, LLP Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, A Professional Law Corporation Lozano Smith, Attorneys at Law SCR Investigations Inc. Noel Workplace Consulting   If you need assistance accessing any of this information and/or would like to submit your evaluation, please email Charlie Tsunoda at charlietsunoda@berkeley.edu  

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  • 8/21/24
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