Stopping Software Theft: Copyright Protections and How to Enforce Them

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:

      • Protect
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Mark H. Moore, a Partner at Reavis Page Jump LLP, is a trial lawyer with extensive courtroom and arbitral experience.  Mr. Moore’s areas of litigation span a range of matters, including employment disputes and cases involving intellectual property issues, including copyright, trademark, design patent and trade secret disputes; and other commercial matters.

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Use Copyright Law to Protect Your Software (Part 1: Overview)

Practice Areas:

Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Litigation

Topics:

Intellectual Property Litigation, Litigation & Investigations, Intellectual Property

Tags:

technology copyright copyright infringement software license software patent Copyright Act Software Software as a Service (SaaS)

Goals:

GOAL 1Understand protections for computer software under the U.S. Copyright Act

GOAL 2Weigh the pros and cons of registering with the U.S. Copyright Office

GOAL 3Discuss the legal and practical hurdles to gaining such protection

GOAL 4Touch upon the tactical challenges of enforcing such protection

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All are encouraged to attend this webcast.

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Mark H. Moore, a Partner at the firm, is a trial lawyer with extensive courtroom and arbitral experience.  Mr. Moore’s areas of litigation span a range of matters, including employment disputes and cases involving intellectual property issues, including copyright, trademark, design patent and trade secret disputes; and other commercial matters.

Through thirty years of practice, he has successfully represented public companies, small and medium sized businesses, securities firms, shareholders, brokers, customers, investors, employees and insurance companies.  He has conducted both trials and appeals in state and federal courts throughout the United States, including bankruptcy court, and has represented clients in arbitrations under the auspices of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and private arbitral forums. 

He has participated in numerous successful mediations of commercial and employment disputes. He has received a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating, a peer ranking of the highest level of professional excellence.  He is admitted to practice in New York, the United States Courts of Appeal for the Second and Third Circuits and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Brian Reinthaler is a career transition coach and Founder of Against the Grain Coaching. Before launching his coaching business, Brian spent seven years as a Managing Director at SJL Attorney Search, advising top global law firms and their associates and partners on hiring, job searches and other career and professional development challenges. He began his career in corporate law, working as an associate at Baker Botts LLP and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.

Brian earned his coaching certification through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (CPC and ELI-MP). He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A., Government and International Studies) and Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.).

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Stopping Software Theft: Copyright Protections and How to Enforce Them

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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