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  • Description

    They balance our budgets, plan our vacations and direct us to the most convenient route to the office. Mobile apps have taken over in almost every arena of how we manage our lives and so it is not surprising that a wealth of legal issues have arisen to manage the growing rise in the mobile app market.

    This brand new and leading edge CLE course, presented by technology attorney Glen Westerback, will offer attorneys a comprehensive explanation of apps, and how they are monetized. The course, using industry-specific examples, will then explore various issues such as business arrangements, securing IP rights, choice of platform, development agreements, consumer facing terms and compliance with the law.

  • Instructor Bio

    Glen Westerback

    Glen K. Westerback is an associate in the Technology, eCommerce and Privacy Group and Corporate and Finance Group at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz.

    Mr. Westerback counsels clients on software, e-commerce and Internet issues, including matters related to classic Web-enabled commerce, privacy and data security, blogging and social networking, cloud computing, online advertising, and the development and licensing of websites, mobile apps, and other software and leading edge innovations.

    Mr. Westerback also helps media, technology and other innovative companies organize and reorganize, structure entrepreneurial ventures, and access financing. He has advised clients on mergers and acquisitions, marketing and distribution agreements, licensing of intellectual property, and services agreements, employment, and other corporate arrangements.

    Mr. Westerback currently edits CyberLaw Currents, a Frankfurt Kurnit blog about the law of doing business on the Internet.

    Mr. Westerback is a graduate of The College of William & Mary (BA, magna cum laude, 2000) and Cornell Law School (JD, 2003), where he was an editor of the Cornell International Law Journal. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the New York City Bar.