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  • Description
    Intellectual property issues are one of a myriad of issues that can arise during business transactions. This comprehensive CLE course will provide an in-depth understanding of intellectual property issues such as key IP clauses in M&A agreements (including royalties, ownership, restrictive covenants, and employee issues) as well as licensing matters with reference to scope, quality control, assignment and termination. The course will also present trademarks, patents, copyrights and trade secrets. The impact of case law and recent legislative developments related to intellectual property such as the applicability of the work-for-hire doctrine in software contracts and the impact of the Defend Trade Secrets Act will also be discussed.
  • Instructor Bio

    Eryn Truong

    Eryn Y. Truong chairs the Intellectual Property & Technology group at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP. Her practice encompasses a wide range of intellectual property matters including trademarks, copyrights, patents, trade secrets, privacy rights, licensing disputes, and domain name dispute resolution. Eryn manages trademark portfolios for national retail stores and manufacturers. She is well versed in conducting infringement analyses and regularly counsels clients on potential or pending infringement problems.

    A Silicon Valley native, Eryn also litigates intellectual property matters and complex business litigation in courts on both coasts. She successfully represented a photographer in a copyright infringement lawsuit, resulting in a $1.32 million jury verdict. The case was one of the first ruled in favor of a photographer under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Other noteworthy litigations include conducting a high stakes trade secret trial for an emerging medical device company in Delaware Chancery Court as well as obtaining a verdict against sub-brokers on RICO claims in the Agape Ponzi scheme litigation.

    Eryn also serves as outside counsel for a major retailer, managing their local counsel and the direction of their litigation across the United States and abroad.