Digital Piracy is one of the largest financial threats that IP rights holders currently face. Companies must not only educate their consumers but it also plays a role in future IP content creation. LAIPLA presented an all-start in-house panel to inform litigation, transaction and in-house counsel how to protect their IP rights. Discovering the new methodologies companies combat digital piracy. Discussions included how content providers struggle with the larger ISPs.
The panel was moderated by MPAA’s Tom Nolan. Panelists included CBS’s Mitra Eskandari-Azari, Medium’s Alex Feerst, VidAngel’s David Quinto, Ueno’s former General Counsel, Genevieve Rosloff and UCLA Professor Susan Akens.
**Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hours.
Judiciary/Professors: No Charge
UCLA Law Students: $15 ($25 after April 14)
LAIPLA Student Members: $25 ($35 after April 14)
Student Non-Members: $40 ($50 after April 14)
LAIPLA Members: $50 ($65 after April 14)
Non-Members: $75 ($90 after April 14)
Pre-registration deadline is Friday, April 14 10. After Friday, March 10, the registration fee increases by $15 ($10 for students). Cancellations must be received by the pre-registration deadline of Friday, April 14.
Parking is not included in attendance, and is available at UCLA. Parking options can be found on our website.
Sponsored by Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy, Ziffren Center for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law, and UCLA School of Law.