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Deepfake Audios and Videos: What Lawyers Need to Know
Deepfakes can impact our relationship to information and the tools we use to work with it. How will this new horizon impact the trustworthiness of evidence and will the legal profession have the tools needed to test what they see or hear? What are the implications for the Rule of Law and our elections?

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Temporary Non-Use of Trademarks In The Age of COVID
At times, trademark owners must delay or discontinue use of their trademarks whether domestically or across multiple jurisdictions. This program addresses the legal implications of temporary non-use and how brand owners and their counsel may address them.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
Literary Publishing: Where the Roles of Lawyers and Agents Intersect
Lawyers and agents both play important roles for clients interested in publishing, marketing, selling, or licensing their works. This panel will discuss the role agents and lawyers play in negotiating deals for their clients and the legal limitations of those interactions. It will also discuss the differences between agents and lawyers and their roles in literary publishing, how and where those roles overlap, and the industry norms and regulations that guide and shape them. Additionally, it will discuss how lawyers and agents can work together to best serve their publishing clients.

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
The Fight Against Counterfeiters from In-House, Outside Counsel and Criminal Perspectives
A panel discussion of current anti-counterfeiting issues and remedies from three different perspectives: Inhouse counsel for one of the largest online marketplaces in the world, a representative of the FBI's anticounterfeiting task force; and outside civil litigation counsel with a focus on anti-counterfeiting and intellectual property theft.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Following the Musical Dollar: Music Law and Monetization 101
Identify the variety of ways an artist's music may be monetized and the legal considerations associated with these transactions.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Legal Issues in the Making of a Sports Documentary
Understand the business and legal issues involved in making a sports documentary.

American Bar Association

$115

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57 minutes
Proactive Measures To Avoid Potential Data Breaches & Cyber-Attacks (WIPL)
Hackers love exploiting weakness. As data breaches increase in frequency and size, corporate legal departments must be armed and ready to proactively tackle these crises and reduce risk and damage to the company.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Beyond the Horizon: Privacy Concerns For 2021
Join us for this interactive roundtable discussing trends and predictions for privacy law in 2021. Will federal privacy legislation finally gain momentum? Will Washington State pass its comprehensive privacy law? How have companies’ CCPA compliance processes changed and how will they continue to evolve in light of enforcement and litigation activity? In addition to legislative updates, we can discuss how companies are adapting to industry-led privacy developments and requirements such as Apple’s iOS 14, browser blocking of third-party cookies, and industry CCPA/advertising opt-out solutions. We look forward to sharing our thoughts and hearing yours as discuss the current state of play regarding these issues others for 2021.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Virtual Teams: Does Remote Working Have a Place in the Future of the Profession
No one could have anticipated that 2020 would be the year that the legal profession went virtual. In 2019, we talked as it this was 10 years away. Today, legal departments, law firms and courts all across the world have embraced and implemented these technologies and new working practices. This transformative shift for the legal profession has brought new opportunities and risks for General Counsel. The imposing risks have been quick to appear, but understanding the opportunities has been much more clouded. In this new digital age, how can you managing a remote workforce, continuing to drive productivity and inclusivity, over these new digital platforms?

General Counsel Conference

$65

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