Welcome to the 'Tech Law' podcast, where founders and CEOs learn how to grow their asset value by accounting for legal risks and taking advantage of opportunities which most lawyers overlook. We focus on real world ROI solutions provided to growth-oriented companies by innovative counsel who embrace new business models of law. This podcast seeks to 'change the way law is practiced.' Learn more in this unique legal podcast.
Do you sell a good online? Internet sales can be the largest portion of a company's revenue. When you goods are being imitated, copied or stolen online, that hits your bottomline. Suing someone on Amazon, PayPal, Apple App Store, eBay, or facebook for pawning off your goodwill is never the goal. The goals is to take down the infringement ASAP. The ROI of online brand protection can be an easy way to increase asset value.
In this episode of Tech Law Radio, we talk to IP attorney Mallory King. Mallory provides you the basics of online brand protection, from monitoring, to strategy and timing, to threat letter tone, ... Mallory will give you the insights you need.
Are you a Consumer Packaged Good company? Whether you are a start-up or growth company in the CPG space, this podcast will get you thinking and answer some key questions critical to your success. Contact Lorrie at www.traverselegal.com for more information.
Open Source software licensing attorney Russell Gelvin talks about the issues and risks facing open source software companies, and companies which include open source software in their code (which is just about everyone). What happens if your proprietary software includes open source code with a copy left license? How do you find out of your code includes open source software? What do investors need to know when they conduct an audit of any technology company which has, programs or uses software?
If you’re going to be a great trial attorney you have to do more than prosecute cases on behalf of your client. In order to litigate effectively, you need to anticipate the arguments and strategy of the other attorney. In this episode will discuss the importance of being strategic.
You need to deal with a lot of variables when you are litigating the case on behalf of your client. One of the most important variables to aluminate is a motion. Whether it’s your clients emotion or your own emotion or ego, your ethical obligations require you to provide competent legal advice, not emotional reaction.
Everything you need to know about keyword advertising and trademark infringement. Google, Yahoo and Bing all allow your competitors to bid on your trademark. But is the ad descriptive? What about the landing page?
That’s right. In this episode we’re gonna be talking about the concept that litigation is Art. You need to be like an artist painting a portrait. Taking advantage of the brushstrokes, the campus, the colors and the brushes in real time as you are painting the litigation picture. Taking advantage of all the artistic opportunities along the way.
Complex litigation is challenging on many fronts. Your litigation team needs to be a cohesive unit. The lawyers need to be on the same page. The clients need to support the lawyers. Learn more in this episode
If you are a technology, Internet or web company that receives a third-party subpoena, you typically have to act fast. In order to understand your options, you should contact a litigation attorney who specializes in technology company representation. Learn more about third-party litigation subpoenas in this episode.
March 1, 2018
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