Join us for an hour-long webcast with one of our experts
12pm ET, Wednesday, July 25
Proprietary computer software developed by a company is often its most valuable asset. Protecting this key intellectual property from competitors requires planning prior to the existence of a dispute and effective advocacy once a dispute arises.
This webcast will emphasize practical advice rather than legal niceties, and draw on Mark’s deep experience in multi-year litigation over these issues. Attendees of this live, CLE event will gain familiarity with:
• Protections for computer software under the U.S. Copyright Act
• The pros and cons of registering software with the U.S. Copyright Office
• The legal and practical hurdles to obtaining copyright protection for software; and
• The tactical challenges of enforcing such protection
*CLE accreditation pending in the states of New York & California (Professional Practice, 1.0 credit). CLE credit requires: (a) attendance for the entire live webcast (start to finish), and (b) completion of post-webcast survey.
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