Navigating the Hazards of Cyberspace
The Sacramento Intellectual Property Association proudly invites you to a presentation on Navigating the Hazards of Cyberspace. This event is scheduled for January 13, 2009 and admission is free. The foremost experts in the field will be discussing the fundamentals and nuances in the following areas:
Internet advertising, including aspects of Trademark and Unfair Competition;
Copyright, the DMCA and User Generated Content litigation;
Secondary trademark and copyright liability for Internet content and misconduct;
Privacy regulations and pitfalls;
CAN-SPAM Act case law and regulations;
Limiting liability with online contracts; and
Suing anonymous and pseudonymous infringers and tortfeasors -trends and strategies.
Ian Ballon, Eric Goldman, Scott Pink, Gregory Meath and Kayden Kelly.
LOCATION & KICK OFF
The presentation will be at California Railroad Museum in Old Sacramento, 111 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814. Doors Open at 5:30 pm. Complimentary wine and hor d'oeuvres will be served.
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Ian Ballon represents technology, media and entertainment companies in complex Internet, copyright, and intellectual property litigation and counseling.r. Ballon was named one of the top 100 lawyers in California in 2008 by the Los Angeles Daily Journal and San Francisco Daily Journal and has been named one of the top new media lawyers in the United States by CyberEsq. magazine, one of the 100 most influential lawyers in California by California Law Business, one of the top 50 IP Litigators in California and one of the top 25 copyright, trademark and patent lawyers in California by The Daily Journal.
Eric Goldman is an Associate Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law and directs the school's High Tech Law Institute. Before joining the SCU faculty, Professor Goldman taught at Marquette University Law School, was General Counsel for Epinions.com, and practiced law at Cooley Godward LLP. Professor Goldman's scholarship is primarily focused on the legal and social implications of new communication technologies.
Scott Pink is Special Counsel at DLA Piper in Sacramento. Mr. Pink has served as chair of local, state and national intellectual property organizations, including the California State Bar’s Intellectual Property Section, the American Corporate Counsel Association’s national Intellectual Property Committee and the American Bar Association's Cybersecurity Task Force. His practice concentrates in advising technology, media and entertainment companies on intellectual property protection and litigation, advertising and promotional issues, gift cards, sweepstakes and loyalty programs, trademark protection, commercial and technology transactions, e-commerce and Internet law, and privacy and security issues.
Gregory Meath is an intellectual property attorney and Adjunct Professor of Law at Pacific McGeorge School of Law, where he teaches Computer and Internet Law. Prior to forming his own firm. Mr. Meath practiced law at Pillsbury Winthrop LLP. Mr. Meath is a grower of Cabernet Sauvignon wine grapes in California's Central Valley and represents a host of Vintners in the Central Valley .
Kayden Kelly is the CEO, Managing Director of Blast Advanced Media and has over 10 years of experience in ecommerce and online marketing. Kayden is a regular speaker at online industry conferences and has experience working with startups to big brands like Hewlett-Packard, Lockheed Martin, Sysco, Lennar, Brocade and Marvell. He has also led the development of several web based software products including Video SEO Producer and Motivity. Motivity is a website marketing and management platform for marketing teams who need search engine optimized ecommerce and content management solutions that tightly integrate with online marketing and tracking tools such as Google Analytics, Adwords, Website Optimizer and Affiliate Marketing.
RSVP REQUESTED BY JANUARY 8, 2009
SEND ALL REQUESTS AND RSVPs TO
Ian A. Rambarran
801 K Street, Suite 2800
Sacramento, CA 95814
Ph: 916-444-7573 (x) 4205
Legal Assistant: Monica Parra
The Sacramento Executive